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(360) 942-3466 • PO Box 706, Raymond, WA 98577

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Willapa Harbor Herald

Willapa Harbor Herald is a subscription newspaper focusing on local news from Pacific County. We have been gathering news for over 124 years. We cover local government, law enforcement, sports, businesses, and community news.

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Town Crier

Town Crier is a free, general interest newspaper distributed weekly throughout South Lewis County and North Cowlitz County. Founded in 1967 as the Lewis County News, Town Crier began in Winlock and has grown to cover Toledo, Vader, Ryderwood, Napavine, and Castle Rock. We emphasize coverage of local government, law enforcement, sports, and businesses, and feature a special section each week for events planned by non-profit and community groups.

Napavine Drop Off Locations:

Super Mini Mart; 112 2nd Ave NE, Napavine

Taste of Alaska; 114 E. Washington St., Napavine

Annie's Napavine Country Market; 114 Alder Ave NW, Napavine

Sweeny's Ace Hardware; 114 Alder Ave NW #A, Napavine

Sahara Pizza; 114 Alder Ave NW #C, Napavine

Contact Us: (360) 785-3151 or (360) 942-3466

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Our regular staff includes:

Alisa Myers, Publisher


Pat Myers, Editor-In-Chief

Karen Carter, Managing Editor

Lynnette Hoffman, Town Crier Editor

Jeff Clemens, Reporter


Cheri Mitchell, Sales Representative

Jan Capps, Classified Sales


Town Crier's main office at the Village Winlock Building (202 NE First St., Winlock, Wash.)

Those wishing to contact Town Crier may do so through any of the following methods:

Phone - (360) 785-3151

Fax - (360) 785-3530

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Post - PO Box 10 Winlock, WA 98596

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Our business office is also available for questions, particularly about advertising, at:

Phone - (360) 942-3466

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Post - P.O. Box 706 Raymond, WA 98577

Submission Policy:

While we are glad to print the views and interests of our readers, we ask that all submissions be received by the Friday before publication (papers are distributed each Wednesday). We also reserve the right to decline any submissions which are inaccurate, misleading, anonymous or for-profit.

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