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Grays Harbor Herald News

Aberdeen VFW receives donation

The Daly family has given the Aberdeen Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post #224 an unrestricted donation.

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Cause of brewery blaze still unknown
Photo by Patrick L. Myers - Just before Thanksgiving the Bogwater Brewery/Cranberry Road Winery went up in flames. The storms this winter have caused more damage to the burned building.
Cause of brewery blaze still unknown

The Bogwater Brewery and Cranberry Road Winery were found to be engulfed in flames on the evening of Tuesday, November 24. The fire cleared the inside of the building out, and caused considerable damage to the structure of the building. By the time the Grays Harbor Emergency Dispatch was notified at around 6pm, the building was already up in flames.

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Crime Reports 1.6.16
Crime Reports 1.6.16

Hoquiam
12/13/2015
12:36 PM
400 Block 7 SREET
Shoplift
12/14/2015
10:56 AM
900 Block SIMPSON
Theft

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Elma News 1.6.16: What we need in the new year
Elma News 1.6.16: What we need in the new year

As I was thinking about the news to write today, I remembered the day I went from Santa Ana, CA to Hollywood, CA to take an exam to qualify for the service. I had received a letter from the government that stated "My friends and neighbors had selected me to represent them in the Army." After we had our physicals we decided to go to a radio show that was being recorded near the clinic. I was selected as a contestant. I had answered two questions and for my final question I was asked what the origin of the word NEWS came from. I attempted to talk all around the subject but didn't say anything the host would accept. He told me the word was from the four directions of the compass N E W S! I had won $65 dollars which was enough to pay the college and get my diploma!

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Free Crisis Intervention Training

Free Multi-Disciplinary Crisis Intervention Training is being offered this coming April 14 and 15.

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GHC offering BA degree soon

Grays Harbor College just received approval from the Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities to offer a Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Management degree, which is planned to start in Fall 2016. This will be the first four-year degree that GHC will offer and will be taught by current full time College faculty, and adjunct faculty who meet qualifications of the accreditation commission.

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New gaming floor opens at Lucky Eagle Casino

Rochester - Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel opened a dramatic 16,000 square foot expansion to its gaming floor on Dec. 30, in time to celebrate New Year's Eve.
Casino visitors were greeted by hundreds of slot machines in the new gaming area, part of a major expansion project that began in February 2015 and is being rolled out in phases. When phase one of the casino expansion is completed in January, visitors will enjoy a new sports bar & grill, increased meeting and entertainment space, and a new player's club lounge.

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New Representative J.D. Rossetti Moving forward with Education
JD Rossetti
New Representative J.D. Rossetti Moving forward with Education

J.D. Rossetti discussed his viewpoints and goals for education. In an interview he revealed his focus on educational issues faced by the 19th District.

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Savvy Senior: Paying Income Tax on Social Security Benefits

Dear Savvy Senior,

Will I have to pay federal income taxes on my Social Security benefits when I retire?

Approaching Retirement

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State seeks to purchase forest conservation easements

OLYMPIA - Do you own forested property that includes habitat for a threatened or endangered species protected under state forest practices rules? The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is seeking owners of qualifying forestland interested in selling permanent conservation easements to the state.

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The Washington State Fire Training & Safety Officer's Scholarship Program open

The Captain Rob McLaughlin Scholarship Program is now available to eligible candidates. This program is intended to model the commitment and dedication demonstrated by Captain Rob McLaughlin.

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Two dealers in Aberdeen caught

Two big players in the Aberdeen illegal drug market will go to trail in January 2016. Jarod Airington and Starla Clemens will have seperate trials, the first of which will be on January 12, and the second on January 5; respectively.

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Vehicle over train tracks cause car derailment

MONTESANO - Six cars of a freight train came off the tracks at the Old Beacon Road intersection in Montesano Monday night December 28. The train had to make an emergency stop East of Montesano because of a pickup parked on the tracks.

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Town Crier News

Beekeeping class start soon

Merry Christmas from Lewis County Beekeepers' Association! Would you - or someone you know - like to get started with beekeeping in the New Year? We have a free orientation coming up on Saturday, January 16, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Centralia Timberland Library (110 S. Silver).

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Cell Phones are not good toys

CHEHALIS - The week following Christmas has seen an increase of false emergency calls to the Lewis County 911 Communications Center. The Chehalis Police Department responded to multiple 911 calls from a child playing with a disconnected cell phone.

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Crime Stoppers 1.6.16
Crime Stoppers 1.6.16

Crime Stoppers of Lewis County and the Lewis County Sheriff's Office are seeking your assistance with a theft investigation which occurred in the 500 block of Silverbrook Road, in Randle.

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EMT Calls

Lewis County Fire District 2 (Toledo)

Cowlitz Lewis Fire District 20 (Vader/Ryderwood)

Lewis County Medic One (Toledo, Winlock, Vader, Ryderwood, Napavine, Onalaska, Salkum)

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LEGAL 79224: CITY OF WINLOCK PUBLIC NOTICE
LEGAL 79224: CITY OF WINLOCK PUBLIC NOTICE
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Master Gardener & Master Recyclers Recycling Christmas Trees, Holiday lights and Styrofoam

December 26 through January 10 from 10am to 4pm Sunday through Friday and 9am to 4pm Saturdays at Lewis County Central Transfer Station, 1411 S. Tower Avenue, Centralia.

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New Representative J.D. Rossetti Moving forward with Education
JD Rossetti
New Representative J.D. Rossetti Moving forward with Education

J.D. Rossetti discussed his viewpoints and goals for education. In an interview he revealed his focus on educational issues faced by the 19th District.

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Ryderwood News 1.6.16
Ryderwood News 1.6.16

Happy New Year! After a weekend of snow, it's a good thing there's not a lot going on this week.

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Toledo News 1.6.16
Toledo News 1.6.16

While you're feasting on seed catalogs and Pinterest pages, check out this 5-minute Vimeo "Age Of The Farmer" linked on Native Soil Farm's Facebook Page: https://vimeo.com/144575429 and remember to support your local food producers and school garden initiatives.

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Vader News 1.6.16
Vader News 1.6.16

Calling all "couch potatoes"! If your New Year resolution was exercise come join the "Vader Walking Club"! We start January 5th. Tues-Sat 8:05 in front of the post office. All you need is 1 hour and a good pair of walking shoes . It will be one mile to start and work up to two miles. See you there!

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Vader-Enchanted Valley Water System


Lewis County Public Works will host a meeting to discuss the proposed water system plan.

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Winlock finishes year end business
Winlock finishes year end business

For the last and final council meeting of the year Winlock gathered together in the city hall for their final meeting. With a busy agenda, full attendance of the council members, and a big audience, the Council Meeting started at 6:30 pm on December 28th.

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Winlock News 1.6.16
Winlock News 1.6.16

Winlock is wonderful small town America, it's a great community and the people here are friendlier than you will find in most places. We love our little town and we take pride in telling people where we are from.

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