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Leukemia fundraiser this Saturday
Baby Bjorn
Leukemia fundraiser this Saturday

Baby Bjorn is a young man who has gone through more medically than most adults at a very young age. Bjorn was diagnosed around last Egg day with "mixed", meaning two types of Leukemia. While Baby Bjorn continues his fight, his family and friends are by his side; helping with fundraisers for the family to continue their financial struggles of having a very sick little one.

David's company has been very kind in allowing David to take time off. He will have his job waiting for him when he returns home. Amy, however, will need to be home with Bjorn. All of the complications that go along with Bjorn's struggle will require a mother's love to help him.

Winlock notified of another illegal appointment

On Monday evening's Winlock City Council meeting, the council made their decision on who would be the next city council member. Trig Pedersen, husband of councilwoman Barbara Pedersen, was appointed, but it was short lived.

Friday, Lewis County Prosecuting Attorney Jonathan Meyer had made his decision as well, he claimed it was an illegal appointment. This is the second time in a month Prosecutor Jonathan Meyer has informed Winlock that there was an illegal city council appointment. First was Ms. Curtis who the commissioners re-appointed. Pedersen is the second and hopefully last until election time.


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April 3, 2019 Town Crier
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