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Coastal clam digs get go-ahead
Photo by Ezra McCampbell - clamming on Grayland beach
Coastal clam digs get go-ahead

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) shellfish managers confirmed razor clam digging opportunities at Twin Harbors, Long Beach, and Copalis beaches will continue to run through Friday.

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Post-9/11 Veterans May be Eligible for Free Health Care Under PACT Act
Post-9/11 Veterans May be Eligible for Free Health Care Under PACT Act

The PACT Act is a new law that expands eligibility for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) health care for veterans with toxic exposures and veterans of the Vietnam, Gulf War, and post-9/11 eras. The open enrollment period for expanded VA health care began Oct. 1.

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Red Cross responds to Hurricane Ian devastation;  31 members of the NW Region helping relief efforts in Fla.
Red Cross responds to Hurricane Ian devastation; 31 members of the NW Region helping relief efforts in Fla.

You can help by making a donation or giving blood.

The American Red Cross is working tirelessly to help people devastated by Hurricane Ian. Many communities are unrecognizable after the storm and volunteers from all 50 states and the District of Columbia are helping those affected and will be helping them recover for weeks and months to come.

"People's lives were turned upside down by this massive storm," said Alex Dieffenbach, Northwest Region CEO. "They need your help now. Please consider making a donation to help people affected by disasters or giving blood today (Oct. 4)."

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Jim Walsh wants to be reelected as a legislator
Jim Walsh
Jim Walsh wants to be reelected as a legislator

Jim Walsh, a republican, is running for his third term in the Washington Legislator in the 19th District. Jim Walsh has worked tirelessly in the past 5 ½ years for the 19th District. Anyone residing West of I-5 in the Winlock and Napavine area are now in the 19th Legislative District.

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Kelli Hughes-Ham running in the 19th
Kelli Hughes-Ham
Kelli Hughes-Ham running in the 19th

Hughes-Ham made a decision to run and this is why. Hughes-Ham stated, "I initially ran because no one was stepping up to run. I believe that voters should have a choice! So, I thought, why not me? I'm an experienced educator with extensive experience from within the public education system. I would love for Washington state public schools to be as well-funded and as innovative as the industry in our state. ...

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Ready for Spook-tober
Photo by Randy Pennington
Ready for Spook-tober

Randy and Carrie Pennington have set the scene for their scary Halloween. Too much yard work is a killer.

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Cusack seeks  State Rep Position 2 in 19th Dist.
Cara Cusack
Cusack seeks State Rep Position 2 in 19th Dist.

Democrat Cara Cusack of Chehalis is running for State Representative Position 2 in District 19. Cusack maintains that she is not a politician. "I am a business woman, a mom, a grandmother, a small farmer, a philanthropist and a proud American," she said.

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Getting into the spooky season
Photo by Ezra McCampbell
Getting into the spooky season

The home on the corner of 1st and Ferry st. in South Bend is ready for Halloween. Let us know if you spot a house that is decorated for the holidays. Send the address to karenc@flannerypubs.com.

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Gluesenkamp Perez fights for the working person
Marie Gluesenkamp Perez
Gluesenkamp Perez fights for the working person

Democrat Marie Gluesenkamp Perez of Washougal is running for United States Representative in District 3.

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October 12, 2022 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
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October 12, 2022 Lewis County News
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