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Showing 12 articles from January 15, 2013.

TC - Community News

Sandy Miller wins Toledo TV drawing
Sandy Miller wins Toledo TV drawing
Resident Sandy Miller has won a free HDTV from Toledo Tel. in the culmination of their winter donation drive, which raised $920 and 325 food items for the Toledo Food Bank.
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Winlock officials honor community volunteers
Winlock officials honor community volunteers

Mike Hogg, Chris Kambich and Diana Smith were honored with the 2012 Mayor/Council appreciation award during the Dec. 17 Winlock City Council meeting.

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WHH - Sports

South Bend Girls vs Raymond
South Bend Girls vs Raymond
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TC - Sports

Toledo Boys Add Two More Wins

The Toledo boys added to more Trico League wins to their season total with a 67-36 victory over Columbia (White Salmon) Tuesday and a 71-48 win over La Center on Friday.

On Tuesday Austin Trafelet led Toledo with 21 points while Brennan Rakoz added 15. Brent Wood also broke into double figures with 10 points. Friday night saw Grant McEwen score 20 points with solid defense and transition baskets. Brennan Rakoz added 17 points while Trafelet threw in 16 points for the Indians.

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Toledo Girls Come Up Short

Despite playing better ball lately, the Toledo girls came up short in two Trico League matches this week.

On Tuesday, White Salmon bettered the Indians 39-22. Casee Rice led Toledo with 13 points and her sister Chalin Rice grabbed 7 rebounds.

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TWO Wrestlers Continue Toward Goals
TWO Wrestlers Continue Toward Goals

Sometimes, the final score of the contest isn't the whole story. Such was the case when the Toledo/Winlock/Onalaska wrestling team defeated Columbia (of White Salmon) 51-37 and Woodland 51-41 in a double-dual wrestling meet at Castle Rock Thursday night.

Several TWO wrestlers competed at a higher weight class to fill a category, challenge a better wrestler or just to compete at all during the competition.

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Winlock Boys Power to two Big Wins
Winlock Boys Power to two Big Wins

The Winlock boys basketball team has found a bit of a groove as they scored two Central League wins this week. The first was not much of a surprise, but Friday’s triumph in Wahkiakum had a bit of that "shock the world" essence to it.

On Tuesday, the Cards jumped to a 12-2 advantage as Caleb Rose hit a trio of three pointers and Enrique Hernandez hit another for the quick lead. The home-standing Pe Ell Trojans methodically came back and led for much of the second and third quarters. Winlock came back behind the strong play of Hernandez and Mike Blum for a 65-58 victory.

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Winlock girls drop two

The Winlock girls played a strong contest in a loss to Wahkiakum on Thursday, but were then dominated 62-22 by Central League-leading Pe Ell on Friday.

Sydney Bradley busted out for 21 points in an exciting 49-42 loss to Wahkiakum. Winlock will play at Adna on Tuesday this week and then host Mossyrock on Saturday.

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Wrestlers Compete at Hoquiam
Two Toledo/Winlock/Onalaska wrestlers emerged as champions in Hoquiam’s Grizzly Alumni Invitational Tournament on Saturday at Hoquiam Square Garden. Marco Bautista and Tony Raupp both won individual championships while Toledo's Sam Holbrook, Gabe McMahon, Zack Caldwell and Kyle Brown all placed in the top three. Onalaska's Derek Fruin earned the bronze at the 152 weight class.
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TC - Police, Fire and EMS

Sheriff's Office shows off new mobile HQ
Sheriff's Office shows off new mobile HQ

Lewis County’s new Mobile Command Unit is ready to respond at a moment’s notice to wider a variety of emergency needs in the local area.

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TC - LC's Most Wanted

Lewis County's Most Wanted - Roy J. Brown
Lewis County's Most Wanted - Roy J. Brown

Roy J. Brown, 41, of Winlock, is being sought by law enforcement on $5,600 in warrants.

Note: The Sheriff’s Office has since reported this warrant is no longer active.

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TC - Business

Banks the best help when ID theft occurs
Banks the best help when ID theft occurs

A relationship with your bank is primary in preventing breaches.

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