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Issues on Aging: Advance Care Planning
Issues on Aging: Advance Care Planning

Advanced Care Planning. Some of you may already be aware of a survey sent out by our Advisory Council regarding advanced care. And some of you are thinking:

I have enough on my plate to just think about care planning. Do I need to think about "advanced" care planning?

Advanced Directives. Does that sound a little more familiar? It's all about issues we've visited before in this space. How to communicate what you want to happen (or not happen) with severe health issues when you can no longer make your desires known.

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Savvy Senior: How to Find Affordable High Speed Home Internet Service
Savvy Senior: How to Find Affordable High Speed Home Internet Service

Dear Savvy Senior,

Do you know of any resources that can help me find affordable high-speed home Internet services? I'm retired and live primarily on my Social Security and would like to find something cheaper than the $40 per month that I currently pay.

Searching Senior

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Castle Rock Curiosities offers unique items
Castle Rock Curiosities offers unique items

Castle Rock Curiosities was opened in November of 2016 by husband and wife team David Schmitz and Elizabeth Halili.

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Fallout lingers from Napavine Council fiasco

The Napavine City Council, consisting of only one member, Jenifer Slemp, convened on Tuesday, Feb. 21, to appoint Craig Sullivan to Council Position #2.

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Prepare for upcoming season
Practicing in Winlock batting cage
Prepare for upcoming season

Through the double doors of the Winlock batting cage you can hear the metallic singing of a bat striking home on a regulation softball. Inside on false grass, girls are practicing, rope nets surrounding them to protect bystanders from the occasional stray ball.

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Sinkhole on HWY 505 and Nevil Road
Sinkhole on HWY 505 and Nevil Road

Photo by Lynnette Hoffman
A portion of Highway 505 at Winlock was closed temporarily due to a sinkhole that opened suddenly on Monday, Feb. 27. Winlock Public Works Superintendent Mike Fisher explained that county and state authorities were on scene within 15 and 30 minutes respectively. At the time of publication there was no timeframe as to how long the road would be closed. Mayor Lonnie Dowell was on hand to work with state and county officials to correct the problem temporarily.

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Winlock book night a success
Maxx Childs with author K.J. Scott
Winlock book night a success

Winlock Miller Elementary School was the place to be on Feb. 15, with over 195 people showing up for the dinner of ham, potatoes, salad, and pie hosted by the Winlock PTSA as part of their Reading Night Book Tasting. The event was sponsored by the Winlock School District Title 1 program.

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'Resistance' group forms in opposition to Trump policies

Pacific County is now home to a group calling themselves Willapa Bay Resistance. The self-described progressive group formed in early January of this year.


A number of groups using the term "resistance" in their names have sprung up around the country in opposition to the current presidential administration.



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'The Shop' undergoes ownership change
Employee David Bale hard at work under a vehicle's hood last week.
'The Shop' undergoes ownership change

Raymond's "The Shop" NAPA Auto Care Center is currently undergoing a transition in ownership with long-time employee Travis Wheeler taking over the reins of the business.

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A tradition of giving
Photo by Vivian Edersheim- Janice Crawford greets clients as they come into Legacy Community Outreach Food Bank in South Bend. The food bank is open each Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p..m. at 227 Water Street, near Bobbie\'s Beauty Bar and South Bend Bap
A tradition of giving

On a quiet side road in South Bend, behind Bobbie's Beauty Bar and across from the South Bend Baptist Church, is the Legacy Community Outreach Food Bank.

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Duetto
Photo by Todd Bennington- Duetto's Victoria Robertson and Bernardo Bermudez performed on Feb. 19 at the Raymond Theatre as part of Sunday Afternoon Live's 2016-2017 Season Series.
Duetto
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Mayor Dunsmoor to step down

Raymond Mayor Jason Dunsmoor announced at the city's Feb. 21 council meeting that he will be stepping down as mayor, effective March 31, due to his taking up of the position of general manager for Pacific County PUD #2, where he will replace the retiring Doug Miller. Interviews for candidates interested in the position of mayor are scheduled to be held at the regular scheduled council meeting on March 20.


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Painter retains fond memories of Raymond area childhood
"Willapa Tidal Flats"
Painter retains fond memories of Raymond area childhood

Edmonds-based artist Judith Perry has spent much of her adult life living out of state but still retains a special fondness for the Willapa Harbor area that she visits often.

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