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CDC Endorses Updated Boosters Protecting  Against COVID-19 Omicron Strains
CDC Endorses Updated Boosters Protecting Against COVID-19 Omicron Strains

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently authorized updated COVID-19 boosters meant to protect recipients from common COVID-19 Omicron strains. The state Department of Health is planning a fall rollout for the updated booster.

Additions to Assistance Program Will Better Support

Low-Income Washingtonians Age 65+, Blind or Disabled

Effective Sept. 1, maximum payments to Aged, Blind, or Disabled (ABD) Cash Assistance Program participants will increase thanks to funding from the state's 2022 supplemental budget. Individuals who are over 65, blind, or disabled often live on the margins of Washington communities. Increased payments and ongoing legislative focus may help support these vulnerable persons. This is the first increase in ABD grant amounts since 2011.

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Tia Frazier, new Winlock athletic director and counselor
Tia Frazier
Tia Frazier, new Winlock athletic director and counselor

Winlock School District students are back to class and there are new staff as well. Tia Frazier is the new middle school counselor and athletic director for the high school. Tia comes to Winlock from Texas and she has the heart to go with her Texas roots.

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Toledo School bus goes up in flames
A school bus caught fire after school the first day back in Toledo
Toledo School bus goes up in flames

The first day of school at Toledo School District was a first for the schools in our area. After delivering all the students to their homes, a school bus caught fire and is a total loss.

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WVSD welcomes 10 staff members
Photo Courtesy Nancy Morris - In front from left are new Willapa Valley School District educators Willapa Valley Middle-High School Principal Kristeen Johnson, elementary paraeducator Sheila Tjostvolson, middle-high school special education teacher Bethan
WVSD welcomes 10 staff members

MENLO - Willapa Valley Schools got off to a strong start for the 2022-23 school year with two days of educator training last Monday (August 29) and Tuesday (August 30). Students went back to school last Wednesday.

"We welcomed 10 terrific new staff members this year, which in itself is exciting, and many are beginning their first year in the classroom, which has heightened the anticipation for this new school year," Willapa Valley School District Superintendent Nancy Morris told the Herald.

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September 7, 2022 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
September 7, 2022 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
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September 7, 2022 Lewis County News
September 7, 2022 Lewis County News
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