This past weekend, bluegrass music lovers from around the country congregated at Toledo High School for the Mt. St. Helens Bluegrass Festival, and what an event it was.
Paul's Automotive has been a part of the Winlock community for so many years it's an institution. Paul graduated from Winlock High School in 1961 and went into the military after graduating. He started in the automotive business with his brother in 1965, and he has been here every since.
The Winlock Assembly of God, located at 702 SE First St., is pleased to announce the opening of Our Closet is Your Closet, a clothing bank for the entire community
Richard Woolley and his son Justin have been servicing the area of Napavine, Toledo, and Winlock for the past decade with their Chehalis-based tractor parts and repair business, Farm House Equipment.
Andrew and Shasta Morton seem like just your normal young couple living in the Winlock area, that is until they start to talk about the charity with which they're involved, The Fallen Outdoors. The pair are giving back to our veterans in a big way.
The founders of The Fallen Outdoors are Eric Bakken and Tim Adams, who started the organization in 2009. It currently operates in 39 states with thousands of volunteers nationwide.
The Winlock/Toledo United soccer club has had an unbelievable season. After only allowing three goals to be scored against themselves in league, and being undefeated in league play with no ties, they entered into Districts the prohibitive favorite. However, they would need to accomplish something that is notoriously hard to do in sports--namely beat a very good team for the third time in a single season. They faced White Salmon Thursday night, May 11, in a giant revenge game for the Bruins, who had lost to United 3-0 and 2-0 during the regular season.
Monday, May 8, dawned on the 2B division in fastpitch softball with several teams' fates still undecided. The Cardinals of Winlock, the Chinooks of Kalama and the Toledo Indians all were playing in games that had major playoff implications. First off, the Cardinals would face the Indians. A game that, if won, would keep Winlock in control of its playoff destiny.
The Napavine City Council met for the first time since the former city attorney resigned during a resolution to remove the firm Hillier, Scheibmeir and Kelly as the town's legal counsel.
A noticeable difference was new Interim City Attorney Jim Buzzard, who started the meeting with an executive session to discuss matters important to the City of Napavine.
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