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Showing 19 articles from January 23, 2013.

TC - Community News

Toledo levy vote coming up
Toledo levy vote coming up
Voters within the Toledo School District are being asked to approve a $995,000 bond levy for 2014 to 2015, replacing a bond of the same amount expiring later this year.
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WSU internship program eying Toledo for Rural Community Development Initiative

Over a dozen community leaders gathered Thursday at the Morgan Arts Centre to show support for Toledo's newest opportunity: the Rural Communities Development Initiative (RCDI).

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TC - Regular Columns

Ryderwood News 1.23.13

My apologies that I didn’t get an article in last week’s paper – that’s the way it goes sometimes. It’s fair to say that not a whole lot has been going on during the cold weather. Bundling up and staying indoors is a good thing at this time of year. Naps are good, too! All are good defenses against exposure to that pesky flu. Avoid “hand to mouth” contact at every turn.

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The Spirit of the Cowlitz: Society and Politics, part 1

Tribal government was in the hands of chiefs, whose offices were either hereditary or obtained by some special merit. The Salish inter-tribal word for the English word “chief” was “Tyee,” which would have been better translated in to English as “headman” rather than chief.

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Toledo News 1.23.13

Toledo Senior Center Garage Sale Jan. 26 kicks off the season. Open 9 a.m. to 3p.m. with $5 lunch. Contact Diana, diana.haug@lewiscountywa.gov or 864-2112.

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Vader News 1.23.13

Greetings Vader community, it's been rather dreary the past few days.  Jan. 17 proved to be foggy along with slightly warmer weather and a temporary burn ban on any kind of fire unless you have a certified wood stove and it's your only source of heat. Contact the Lewis/Cowlitz Fire District 20 or City Hall for weather updates.

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Winlock News 1.23.13
Another week has passed, and I am exhausted. So, basically, same old, same old. Still, you’d think I would have at least caught up on some sleep already…
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TC - Government

Cook trades verbal blows with former employee

Sharp criticism led to bitter exchanges between Mayor Glen Cook and a former city employee during the Jan. 14 Winlock City Council meeting.

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Vader chief candidate opts out, future hinges on regional police cooperative
Officer Lonny McEwen has withdrawn his application for Vader Police Chief, leaving city officials unsure which law enforcement options remain available to them.
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TC - Sports

Cardinals pick up two wins
Cardinals pick up two wins

Enrique Hernandez set off seismic alerts all over Western Washington with a scoring output of 42 points and nine rebounds in a non-league contest against Northwest Christian in Lacey on Tuesday.

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Senior Spotlight: Winlock's Mike Blum
Senior Spotlight: Winlock's Mike Blum

Perhaps there is not a local high school senior more certain of and eager for his immediate post-high school plans than Mike Blum.

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Toledo boys improve record

The Indian boys picked up two more Trico League wins this week with a 68-42 victory over Seton Catholic and a 59-37 triumph over King's Way Christian.

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Toledo girls win two

The Toledo girls picked up two wins in Trico League play as they continue their run for the playoffs.

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Winlock girls fall twice
Winlock girls fall twice

Sydney Bradley scored 10 points but the Lady Pirates ran past the Winlock 64-34 in 2B Central action.  Winlock kept the game close early, but Adna pulled away down the stretch.

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TC - Police, Fire and EMS

Crime and injury report 1.23.13
Two Winlock residents have been airlifted to Vancouver after a rollover collision near Winlock Friday, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.
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Fallen teachers receiving Medals of Honor from Lewis County Fire District 15
Fallen teachers receiving Medals of Honor from Lewis County Fire District 15

After last month’s shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., Lewis County Fire District 15 Commissioner Randy Pennington said he encountered many local individuals who wanted to know how they could help respond to such a tragedy.

Twenty-seven people had been killed that day and the outpouring of toys, monetary donations and other condolences did not seem to match the gravity of what had occurred.

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Toledo School District hit hard by burglars
Toledo police are seeking help identifying those responsible for the recent theft of tools, copper and two trucks from a maintenance and operations building owned by the Toledo School District.
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TC - LC's Most Wanted

Lewis County's Most Wanted - Michelle L. Price
Lewis County's Most Wanted - Michelle L. Price

Michelle L. Price, 31, of Toledo, is being sought by law enforcement on a $2,000 warrant.

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

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TC - Business

Going paperless great, but not last step
Going paperless great, but not last step

Paper was the common denominator in my two incidents of ID theft, nine months apart, so I set out to go paperless. This decision meant updating my 1980s computer skills and learning about the myriad means of more sophisticated ID theft awaiting me.

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