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Man talked down from suicide atop Megler Bridge
Photo Courtesy Astoria Mayor Bruce Jones - A 28-year-old man was talked down from committing suicide off the top of the Astoria Megler Bridge recently.
Man talked down from suicide atop Megler Bridge

ASTORIA, OREGON - Hundreds of travelers were impacted by a standstill after a 28-year-old Hispanic man climbed atop the girders of the Astoria Megler Bridge and stopped southbound and northbound traffic for five hours last Saturday (July 25) afternoon and evening before being persuaded to come down by his father.

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Protect Honey Bees:  Report sightings of the invasive Asian giant hornet
The Asian giant hornets have been trapped near the Canadian border.
Protect Honey Bees: Report sightings of the invasive Asian giant hornet

OLYMPIA - As summer gets into full swing and people spend more time outside, state and federal officials and local beekeepers hope the public will keep their eyes open and report any sightings of the Asian giant hornet.

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Lewis County Fire District adds new team member
Caity Hoye
Lewis County Fire District adds new team member

Lewis County Fire District 5, also known as Napavine Fire Department has hired a new member of the team, Caity Hoye. She joins a few new staff members that comprise the team that serves the community of Napavine.

Caity is a Olympia High School graduate in 2012, she went to Central Washington University where we earned her Bachelor of Science in Paramedicine in 2019.

Caity worked as an EMT in Yakima County for American Medical Response (AMR). While finishing her studies, Caity worked for AMR in Centralia for 3 years. The year previous to being employed by Lewis County Fire District, she was on contract with AMR serving the Napavine area.

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Lewis County sees rise in COVID-19 cases

Lewis County has seen a rise in COVID 19 cases, as has the entire state. With the increase in cases, new restrictions have gone into place. Governor Inslee continues to keep many county's at Phase 2 or 3 with the chance of moving to Phase 4 off the table.

Lewis County has seen an increase for the past few weeks, since July 15. Lewis County has seen 81 new cases and no new deaths. Washington State has seen over 58,000 cases since January, 2020 with approximately 1600 deaths. Washington has tested over 1,000,000 individuals.

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Willapa Harbor Herald News

Pacific County 4-H Virtual Fair Showcase
Photo by Cassie Merrin - Guy's Homegrown Helpers 4-H Club member Claire Merrin out with her turkeys.
Pacific County 4-H Virtual Fair Showcase

There is a new routine in 4-H homes throughout Pacific County. The challenges of not being able to meet face to face are being conquered. They are keeping families safe and connected.

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Pacific County gains two portable ventilators
Photo by Scott McDougall - Washington Army National Guard landed at the Port of Willapa Airport on Thursday, July 23.
Pacific County gains two portable ventilators

On Thursday, July 23, the Washington Army National Guard flew in two portable ventilators to the Port of Willapa Airport. Pacific County Emergency Management Agency Director Scott McDougall took possession of the ventilators.

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August 5, 2020 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
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August 5, 2020 Lewis County News
August 5, 2020 Lewis County News
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