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An important vote on April 24th: South Bend's new elementary school opportunity

When I was hired as superintendent almost four years ago, one of the questions being asked was how the district might move forward on addressing the Chauncey Davis elementary building. Even though the district maintains its buildings and grounds well, it's a challenge to expect an elementary school approaching 70 years of age to meet the safety and learning needs of our students. Knowing this, the school board and I began looking into possibilities.

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How to Write a Will
How to Write a Will

Dear Savvy Senior,

Though it may seem hard to believe, at age 65, I never have gotten around to making a will, but I'd like to now. My question is: Do I need to hire a lawyer to write my will, or can I do it myself? I want to get my affairs in order, but I hate paying an attorney fee if I don't have to.

Getting Organized

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Mass transit need in south Lewis County

The Lewis County Board of County Commissioners are working on a countywide transportation plan that will open up south Lewis County for transportation to Centralia and Chehalis along with providing services for east County. Currently Twin Transit only operates in the Centralia/Chehalis area. Lewis Mountain Transit currently operates in east Lewis County but there is nothing in the way of transportation for south Lewis County.

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Napavine school hosts a petting zoo
Napavine school hosts a petting zoo

On March 16, the Napavine FFA hosted a petting zoo. Children from the Napavine elementary were welcomed over. Napavine middle school and high school students were also able to visit the zoo.

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Say good morning with Grinder's Espresso
Suzanne Smith
Say good morning with Grinder's Espresso

The definition of staple is something that forms an important part of something else and Grinder's Espresso is that staple of Winlock. Suzanne Smith has owned and operated Grinder's Espresso for over 21 years in the same location. She greets you cheerfully, with kind eyes and a beautiful genuine smile, always ready to please.

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Business Week gives local students insight
Juniors from all three local high schools participated in Business Week on the last week of March.
Business Week gives local students insight

This last week was abuzz with Business Week occurring in downtown Raymond. Juniors from all three high schools participated in a week-long Business Week series sponsored by many local businesses and the GEAR UP Program.

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Lady Gulls sweep NB, lose twice vs Ocosta
Photo by Larry Bale - Raymond\'s Isabelle Silvernail snags a hard hit at shortstop. The Lady Seagulls ran into a powerful hitting Ocosta Wildcat team in a doubleheader night at 8th Street Park in Raymond last Friday.
Lady Gulls sweep NB, lose twice vs Ocosta

Raymond smashed North Beach twice and then had the tables turned when Ocosta whipped the Lady Seagulls twice in fastpitch softball doubleheaders last week.

Last Wednesday (March 28) at North Beach, Raymond stomped the Lady Hyaks 15-5 and 17-6.

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Q&A with Pam Nogueira-Maneman who is challenging Mark McClain for Pacific County Prosecutor
Pam Nogueira-Maneman
Q&A with Pam Nogueira-Maneman who is challenging Mark McClain for Pacific County Prosecutor

Raymond City Council member and attorney of law Pam Nogueira-Maneman has announced she will being running for prosecutor against current elected prosecutor Mark McClain. Nogueira is a University of Washington Law School Graduate and currently practices law at Ingram, Zelasko & Goodwin LLP in Aberdeen.

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