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Photo by Harvest McCampbell
Photo by Harvest McCampbell

Burn, Baby, Burn!

On the morning of Saturday, February 27, both the Raymond Fire Department and South Bend Frie Department were busy in Raymond with a training exercise. A run-down house on the corner of Second Street (across from HAVA) was set on fire and the firefighters practiced their skills putting the blaze out.

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Ross Baker
Ross Baker

New Raymond Superintendent

Ross Baker has been hired as the new Raymond School District Superintendent of School effective July 1. The action took place at last Thursday's school board meeting.

Baker takes over for Dr. Stephen Holland, who retired as reported by the Herald last December. Holland stepped down after 18 years at Raymond School District. He notified the Raymond School Board of his decision last October.

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The crew from Bob's Lil' Car Hospital (left to right standing) Barbara Daniel, Mike Zwiefelhofer, Ken Tover, Zac Stone, Jeremy Trotter, Loretta Walker, (seated) Kevena and Charlie Zimmerman
The crew from Bob's Lil' Car Hospital (left to right standing) Barbara Daniel, Mike Zwiefelhofer, Ken Tover, Zac Stone, Jeremy Trotter, Loretta Walker, (seated) Kevena and Charlie Zimmerman

Bob's Lil' Car Hospital is here to help your vehicle

When you walk into Bob's Lil' Car Hospital, you know you are walking into a shop that cares. Bob's Lil Car Hospital is located in Lexington just south of Castle Rock on the Westside Hwy. The minute you walk in, you notice how clean the shop is, but you also notice they have experienced individuals working on the vehicles.

Bob's Lil' Car Hospital started as a VW shop back in 1968, it was an air cooled shop and has since evolved into all vehicles, foreign and domestic. They do all types of repairs from oil changes to new engines and everything in between. They also work on shocks and do some exhaust. They work on European vehicles, they had a BMW, Mercedes, hybrid and all different makes and models. They can work on anything.

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Scholarships available from Winolequa Garden Club

Scholarships available from Winolequa Garden Club

The Winolequa Garden Club is offering their scholarship again this year.

For the year 2021, a $3500 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating Winlock senior who has been accepted by an accredited college or university in the study of one the following: horticulture, botany, environmental science, agriculture or related sciences. Those students enrolled in an educational or nursing course of study will also be considered.

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Inslee pauses movement in Healthy Washington plan

Inslee pauses movement in Healthy Washington plan

Gov. Jay Inslee announced Thursday regions would not move backward in the Healthy Washington phased reopening plan, and that the pause would last at least several weeks.

All eight regions have been in Phase 2 since Feb. 14, which allows for more activities including indoor dining at 25 percent capacity. Future phases are still being discussed by state leaders in partnership with stakeholders in local government, business and labor.

Inslee said he is optimistic about current trends in COVID-19 activity, particularly the steady decrease in cases and hospitalizations since the pandemic's third wave peaked toward the end of 2020. These trends coincide with progress in another important front in the battle against COVID-19: More than 1.4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in Washington.

A Third Vaccine

The U.S. is getting a third vaccine to prevent COVID-19. Saturday, the Food and Drug Administration cleared a Johnson & Johnson shot that works with just one dose instead of two. One dose was 85 percent protective against the most severe COVID-19 illness, in a massive study that spanned three continents. In the USA, the two-dose Pfizer and Moderna shots were 95 percent protective against symptomatic COVID-19. J&J's one-dose effectiveness of 85 percent against severe COVID-19 dropped to 66 percent when moderate cases were rolled in, according to The Associated Press.

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Classifieds 3.3.21

Classifieds 3.3.21

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