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Legal Public Notice
Legal Public Notice
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Napavine will hold a public hearing on the preliminary revenues for the 2020 budget on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 6:00 p.m. at Napavine City Hall. The preliminary revenues for the 2020 budget have been filed with the Clerk's office and is available to the public upon request. Comments may be made in writing or by appearing before the city council on the hearing date.
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Published: October 16, 2019
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Morton to hold gun rally against I-1639
Governor candidate Loren Culp holding his elk hunting rifle that is illegal for an 18-21 year old to own.
Morton to hold gun rally against I-1639

We live in an area where most of us have guns and we have learned over the years how to handle guns safely. Now, Washington State has a new law, I-1639, which was passed in November of 2018. The new law has included issues relating to increasing public safety by implementing firearm safety measures, including requiring enhanced background checks, waiting periods, increased age requirements for semiautomatic assault rifles, and secure gun storage for all firearms. Many in our area voted against this measure and now you have a chance to stand up against it.

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Backpack program benefits local students
Photo by Vivian Edersheim - Tina Kebow and Deb Sturgill work together to package beans for the backpacks.
Backpack program benefits local students

In 2014, Deb Bronnes Sturgill was volunteering at her grandson's school in Portland, Oregon, when she saw a semi-truck pull up full of food. Curious about it, she learned the truck came from Northwest Harvest and supplied food items that school staff members and volunteers used to fill backpacks for kids who didn't have food on weekends.

"I thought what a wonderful idea," Sturgill said.

More than 30 percent of South Bend's population live below the poverty level, including an estimated 187 students in the South Bend School District. In 2016, the South Bend school board voted to provide breakfast and lunch meals to all students, regardless of income, said Schools Superintendent Jon Tienhaara.

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Sensory friendly pilot program at the South Bend Library

The South Bend Timberland Library is in the middle of launching a pilot program for kids on the Autism Spectrum. On Friday, October 18, they will be hosting their second Sensory Friendly Movie Night. All kids are welcome between the hours of 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m to join in socializing while viewing a new-release animated movie.

"We had a pretty good crowd for the first one," said Library Manager Jenny Penoyar about the first movie night that took place on September 20. "It was an early release day for South Bend. So we had a bunch of kids in the library already, and they were happy to stay after hours for the movie. We ended up with about 10 kids."

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October 16, 2019 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
October 16, 2019 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
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October 16, 2019 Lewis County News
October 16, 2019 Lewis County News
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