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How to Protect Yourself from Peripheral Artery Disease
How to Protect Yourself from Peripheral Artery Disease

Dear Savvy Senior,

For the last six months or so, I've been having problems with my hips and legs cramping when I walk, although they feel better once I stop. I thought it was just because I'm getting old, but my friend was telling me about a leg vein disease called PAD and thinks I may have it. What can you tell me about this condition?

Limping at 60

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TALES FROM LIONS DEN

2017. Where did the year go December and then the New Year 2018.

The 51st edition of the Willapa Harbor Lions Community Birthday Calendar is here. Several of our long time Lions who sold most of the calendars have passed away. As a result many past calendar buyers have not been contacted to buy calendars. There are still several ways you can get your new 2018 calendar. Contact any Lion. Here are a few contacts, Dick Woods 509-670-6174; Ron Bell 360-581-1767; Ron Brummel 360-942-8734; and Lori Benton 360-780-1066. They will be available at the Raymond and South Bend branches of Raymond Federal Bank, the Raymond Pharmacy, the South Bend Pharmacy and the Menlo Store. You may also send a check for $8 for each calendar to the Willapa Harbor Lions, P O Box 333, Raymond. Thank you for your many years of purchasing calendars and thank you in advance for your purchase of the 2018 calendar.

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Town Crier News

8th Annual Castle Rock Festival of Lights comes alive

'Twas the month before Christmas, and all through the town, the lights were a'twinkling and the elves were around!

Castle Rock and all of its merry elves invite you to attend the 8th Annual Castle Rock Festival of Lights celebration! This year's festivities continue the traditions of a truly unique Northwest Christmas.

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Napavine Knowledge Bowl places in their bracket
Photo by Jillian Fuss - Knowledge Bowl participants Trevor Keys, Peter Larson, Courtney Marie, Keyana McCain, Dillon Heiner, Caleb Stewart, and Kylie Crawford
Napavine Knowledge Bowl places in their bracket

Knowledge Bowl is a highly underrated club. It is a competitive club involving factual information and memory. There are written exams and a couple rounds of orally read questions.

The Napavine Knowledge Bowl teams were able to compete against other schools in a previous meet. The meet was on Nov. 13. The A Team placed 5th in their bracket. The C Team were placed 2nd in their bracket. Their hard work preparing them for such a meet, had payed off.

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Uncle Harold is alive and well!
Harold Sorensen
Uncle Harold is alive and well!

You are invited to wish Harold Sorensen a Happy 95th Birthday this Saturday.

Celebrate with us on Saturday, Dec. 2 at the Cowlitz Garange from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

And yes. Uncle Harold will be there!

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Willapa Harbor Herald News

Nissell's memory inspires toy drive
Photo by Carte Bisbee - Pictured are Derik Nissell's nephews, Steven Nissell (infant) and Grayson Dickey, along with Derik's niece, Lilly Nissell.
Nissell's memory inspires toy drive

Derik S. Nissell, a local resident who graduated from South Bend High School, was in his mid-twenties when his untimely death on February 29, 2016, sent a shockwave throughout the community of South Bend.

Nissell's obituary recalls that "Derik had a kind soul and would be there for anyone who needed his help," and it's this characteristic of Nissell that has inspired a new charitable event in the form of the Derik Nissell Toy Drive, which strives to spread the spirit of care that Nissell himself exemplified.

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Sheriff's Office employees receive awards
Traffic Safety Deputy of the Year Jesse Eastham receiving his award from Sheriff Scott Johnson as his father Chief Dave Eastham stands by.
Sheriff's Office employees receive awards

On Nov. 15, Sheriff Scott Johnson recognized several Sheriff's Office employees and volunteers for their outstanding service to his office and our community. They were recognized in front a small crowd of relatives and co-workers.

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Tully back on Seagull boys basketball as coach

Raymond HS Athletic Director Mike Tully is back as head coach of the boys basketball team. Tully was head coach at RHS for seven years during the 2007-2012 seasons.

Derek Rask stepped down after four seasons at the helm.

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Classifieds 11.29.17
Classifieds 11.29.17
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