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Lewis County News

Books, paint, and frames oh my!
Books, paint, and frames oh my!

Book 'N' Brush on Market Blvd in Chehalis may be one of our area's oldest bookstores. The long-standing store is heading into its 51st year after recently celebrating its 50th year just last holiday season. Owners David and Beverly Hartz bought the store nearly 51 years ago only then it was not a store but a humble little stand. They named it Book 'N' Brush and so it has been ever since.

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New Toledo school breaks ground
New Toledo school breaks ground

Toledo High School recently had its Groundbreaking Ceremony on the last Friday of January. It began at 4:00 p.m. and lasted for about an hour. They featured many special guests, and all were invited to come to witness the event. It was a ceremony held in the commons dedicated to the rebuilding and remodeling of the new school.

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Willapa Harbor Herald News

Seven days of razor clam digs set
Seven days of razor clam digs set

Razor clam diggers can return to ocean beaches for seven days of digging beginning Thursday.

State shellfish managers with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved a dig on evening low tides after marine toxin tests showed the clams are safe to eat.

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Valley FFA members advocate for agricultural education
From left are FFA State Officer Mara Soto, Aaron Wilson, Ella Petit. Sen. Dean Takko (D-Longview), Alyssa Brock, and Aubree Triplett.
Valley FFA members advocate for agricultural education

MENLO - Four of the Willapa Valley FFA Chapter Officers had the opportunity to visit the Washington State Capitol building in Olympia January 21.

The four students talked to Sen. Dean Takko (D-Longview) and Rep. Brian Blake (D-Longview). The subject they discussed with the legislators dealt with how each year Washington state gives each Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO) approximately $12,400 each.

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