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Leaky Roofs Plague Toledo Schools

TOLEDO - Despite monthly cleaning and annual patching, the roofs of Toledo Middle and Toledo High Schools require restoration or replacement. A recent inspection of the high school roof found 20 areas of water intrusion. Where leaks could be identified, they were patched. This kind of patching has been done for years with each patch having a life expectancy of 12-18 months. Staff report clearing drains and keeping debris off the roof on a monthly basis, but there seems to be no keeping up with time. Like all roofs, there is a time to replace. For both schools, that time was a few years ago.

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Local volunteers help during hurricanes
Bakken gives a piggy back ride to a hurricane victim.
Local volunteers help during hurricanes

Recently, Andrew Morton from Winlock, a volunteer with the Fallen Outdoors, had the opportunity to go to Texas to help with the Hurricane Harvey relief. While he was there he had the opportunity to help several people in need and work along side law enforcement and social media to figure out what towns were in need. Many were small towns like Winlock. Many didn't have FEMA or The Red Cross helping so Andrew and his group made it their mission to help.

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Narcotics bust in Vader

On October 11, 2017, members of the Lewis County Joint Narcotics Enforcement Team (JNET) executed a search warrant at 1904 State Route 506, Vader, in rural Lewis County in connection with an ongoing narcotics investigation involving the illegal cultivation/production of marijuana.

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10k Reward offered for tips regarding Jeff Beach murder

Over the Forth of July weekend back in 2015 a horrendous act occurred on the Long Beach Peninsula. 36-year-old Jeff Beach was found dead, murdered. According to reports he was attacked not once, but twice that fateful night.


"This crime occurred on the Long Beach Peninsula, actually on the ocean beach, not far from Highway 103. One occurred on the beach, in front of some other people, by some unknown assailants, then a short time later, he was walking on a trail, going back to where he was staying and while he was walking on the trail, he was violently assaulted," said Sheriff Johnson.

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Titans take another league title; Hamilton rushes for 228 yds
Photo by Larry Bale - Titan QB Matt Pearson (12) rumbles around the left end as Seagull Reese Garcia (3) slows him down.
Titans take another league title; Hamilton rushes for 228 yds

Make no mistake about it...Pe Ell-Willapa Valley (P-WV) is the undisputed champion of the Southwest Washington Coastal Division for the second year in a row and the Titans are champions for the third straight time counting three years ago when they won the Pacific League. The Titans, who have been a combine for three years, dismantled Raymond after yielding the first score of the game 45-7 before a nice crowd at Raymond.

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Tractor trailer accident causes 5 hour traffic snarl
Photo by Karen Clements
Tractor trailer accident causes 5 hour traffic snarl

According to the Washington State Patrol report, on October 25 at approximately 12:02 p.m. Trooper J Mullins was dispatched to a single vehice accident on US HWY 101 at MP 72 (aka Rock Crusher), just 9 miles south of Cosmopolis, in Grays Harbor County.

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