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Willapa Harbor Herald
Lewis County News
Traveler's Companion
(360) 942-3466 • PO Box 706, Raymond, WA 98577


Showing 9 articles from June 22, 2013.


Deer Test Gardener’s Patience
There’s no question that Bambi’s relatives can be charming.
Living Life to its Fullest is Easy to do in this Wonderful Place

I was four years old when my family traveled to South Bend, Washington from California. It was 1964, and Ecklund Park became my home. It was where I rode my bicycle with training wheels next to my house on moving day. It was where I attended Southlin Elementary School and curiously observed frog eggs turn into tadpoles, only to be released before maturing into frogs.


WHH - Letters to the Editor

PUD No. 2 Ignorance, Unaccountability Continues

To the Editor:

Tokeland, a multi-million dollar, power extension project has been underway since about 2004. PUD #2 Management wants to extend power to Tokeland, which is already being served by Grays Harbor; and then to Osterville, and Bay Center, as a back-up or loop connection.


WHH - Dining

Senior Center Menu

Meals are served at 11:45 a.m. for those 60 and over at a $3.50 suggested donation.


WHH - Law Enforcement

Internet purchase of fireworks is illegal
State Fire Marshal Charles Duffy is reminding Washingtonians that the purchase of fireworks over the

WHH - Miscellaneous News

New Statistics Report Issued
The Washington State Department of Revenue's Property Tax Division

WHH - Politics

Herrera Beutler works to protect navigation for small ports

Lack of dredging for port

channels hurts local economies


WHH - Photos + Videos

Exploring the 1880’s
Fifth grade students at Raymond Elementary School had the opportunity to tour and explore at Pioneer Farms in Eatonville. The tour included visiting two homestead cabins built in the 1880's and learning about the families who built and lived in them. The
Exploring the 1880’s

WHH - Humor

Lewis-Pacific Swiss Society to celebrate 50th Schwingfest

50 Years of Schwingen!

The first LPSS Schwingfest was held in 1964 and the Swiss are still Schwingen in Frances today! The celebration runs July 5-7 at the Swiss Hall. As always, contestants from the entire West Coast will compete and a large turnout is expected this year, so stop in and cheer for the local boys. Thanks to some generous donations, the LPSS will be awarding a first place prize of $1,000. There will also be awards of a 50th anniversary t-shirt, and additional prize money to all participating wrestlers.

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