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Showing 14 articles from November 23, 2013.

WHH - Front Page

Eight straight days of clam digs start Saturday


Razor clam diggers can rejoice and be thankful. Eight digs are scheduled from November 30 through December 7 on harbor beaches.


WHH - Community

Elf Drive starts Friday
Elf Drive starts Friday

Elf Drive starts Friday

The Second Annual Elf Drive begins at Everybody’s Super Supermarket in Raymond this Friday at 10 a.m.

Free hot beverages at parade


Alliance for a Better Community

Pastor Johnson to speak at Kiwanis

There is one local speakers remaining to address members of the Raymond Kiwanis

Quilting author visits Raymond
Photo by Vivian Edersheim At left is Christina and at right is Sharon Wolfe.
Quilting author visits Raymond


Christina Lane talked about the inspirations and challenges of making quilts for a book, “Quilting Happiness”, which she co-authored with Diane Gilliland.


WHH - Education

Willapa Harbor Lions Club Student of the Month
Emily Fluke
Willapa Harbor Lions Club Student of the Month

Emily Fluke,




Americans Need to be Thankful for What We Have

It is human nature to take things for granted. When you’ve always had something, when it’s been around your entire life, it’s only natural to overlook it, to think it will always be here.

Tips for Keeping Your Christmas Tree Fresh and Green

With Christmas just weeks away, many families will be making the annual trip to their favorite tree farm or retail lot to choose the “perfect tree” for their holiday enjoyment. Once the tree has been cut, consumers want to know how to keep it fresh and green throughout the holiday season.


WHH - Obituaries

Mildred (Moni) Evertson

In Loving Memory of


Mildred (Moni) Evertson, born on June 29, 1922 in Topeka,


WHH - Letters to the Editor

Pacific County PUD Ratepayers Question PUD Commissioners


LONG BEACH – The ongoing battle between Pacific County Public Utility #2 and a group called Concerned PUD #2 Ratepayers around the potential extended service to Tokeland, was presented with a new wrinkle at the final Pacific County PUD public hearing of the 2014 proposed budget on Nov. 19, in Long Beach.

The Ratepayers have continually voiced concerns over cost and PUD practices souurounding the project and are still yet to be satified with the responses of the Pacific County PUD Commissioners.

Here is the letter that was submitted during that meeting:  

Thompson, Hatfield are not Representatives of “government… for the people”


To the Editor:  


One of our great Presidents 150 years ago made this statement at Gettysburg…” We here highly resolve…that government of the people by the people for the people, shall not perish from the earth…”Abraham Lincoln.


WHH - Local News

Dennis Company receives Seattle Business Family Business Awards 2013: Transformation Award


Seattle Business

There are three constants in the 108-year history of Dennis Company. It knew how to recognize an opportunity, it always knew when to adjust and, since 1919, it has been under the sole control of the Dennis family.


WHH - Dining

Senior Center Menu

Thurs, Nov 28: Closed Thanksgiving Holiday


WHH - Humor

December Memorial Event

Harbors Home Health & Hospice invites beach community members to help us honor the memory of loved ones

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