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Lewis County News

Remembering loved one with the Winlock Memorial Tree
Remembering loved one with the Winlock Memorial Tree

The Winlock Memorial Tree is a Christmas Tree decorated with names of those who have gone on before us.

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Winlock City Council members sworn in at Toledo
Left to Right: New Winlock City Council Members Lonnie Dowell, Anne Randt and Brandon Svenson along with the Mayor of Toledo Steve Dobosh
Winlock City Council members sworn in at Toledo

For the first time in Winlock History, the majority of Winlock City Council members were not sworn in at Winlock City Hall; instead, they were sworn in at Toledo City Hall.

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Willapa Harbor Herald News

Lady Seagulls blast past Vikes, 'Cats
Photo by Larry Bale - Raymond's Izzy Silvernail drives against Ocosta.
Lady Seagulls blast past Vikes, 'Cats

Raymond HS sophomore Kyra Gardner provided another highlight reel in only the second game of the season while drilling the nets for 30 points during a 60-25 pasting of rival Willapa Valley Thursday night at Tenoski Gym in Menlo. Gardner also snatched 11 rebounds, made 9 steals and handed off 4 assists for the 2-0 Lady Seagulls.

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Teachers' strike closes Valley school for over a week
Photo courtesy of WVEA - Last week the Willapa Valley teachers declared a strike.
Teachers' strike closes Valley school for over a week

Starting Tuesday, December 3, Willapa Valley schools were closed due to the Valley teachers ongoing strike. After months of negotiations, the Willapa Valley School District and the Willapa Valley Education Association are still disagreeing. A state mediator has been called in.

A special board meeting was called on December 3, Tuesday evening to discuss the difficulties of the negotiations. "The Board Chairman and the Superintendent had a powerpoint presentation with information relating to the issue," said Rex Hutchins who attended the meeting. "Then anyone that wanted to speak for a longer period, signed in and were given 3 minutes, then the floor was open to any comments/questions not to exceed 1 minute."

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Classifieds

Classifieds 12.11.19
Classifieds 12.11.19
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Willapa Harbor Herald ISSUU

December 11, 2019 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
December 11, 2019 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
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Lewis County News ISSUU

December 11, 2019 Lewis County News
December 11, 2019 Lewis County News
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