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TAC holds Community Town Hall

The Teen Advocacy Coalition invites you to a Community Town Hall. This free event will take place Thursday, April 12 at the South Bend Community Center. Dinner starts at 5:00 p.m. and the event begins at 6:00 p.m.

Topic of discussion: DEMYSTIFY VAPING

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Baby Titus gets a new heart
Baby Titus
Baby Titus gets a new heart

The family of Baby Titus has been waiting since January to see him improve. Susie Sickles, Baby Titus' grandmother, stated on Sunday in a message to the Town Crier, "Titus got his heart yesterday and all is well!" He will soon be off of the breathing machine and feeding tube. The community celebrates with the family but our hearts go out to the family who lost their young baby in order to give Titus a normal life.

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Lunafest film festival coming soon

Lunafest, a national touring film festival featuring short films by, for and about women, will be coming to Lewis County on April 28 at the Historic Chehalis Theatre. Nine films from all over the world are short, humorous, poignant and thought-provoking.

Sponsored by the Lewis County American Association of University Women (AAUW), all net proceeds will benefit the Human Response Network of Lewis County and scholarships for Lewis County women and girls. Doors will open at 1:00 p.m. for complimentary refreshments from local restaurants, as well as browsing the raffle items. The ninety-minute film festival begins at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are available at Book N Brush in Chehalis, The Station in Centralia, AAUW members and online at www.lunafest.org/chehalis. Ticket prices are $20.

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The Little Crane Cafe gives a bite of history
Damian Dazo (left) and Jason Dailey (right) cooking up a storm at the Little Crane!
The Little Crane Cafe gives a bite of history

Little Crane Café in Vader isn't just a local hangout with awesome food, it's a place that many consider an institution. Jason Dailey operates Little Crane for his family. Customers come from all around to eat a meal and to enjoy the atmosphere.

Jason's parents, John and Ginny Dailey, purchased the restaurant with Ginny's sister in 1988. The Dailey's bought out Ginny's sister in the early 90's. Jason said, "my mom had always wanted a restaurant. She was working at Longview Fibre Mill and she saw this as a way to get out of the woods." The family has owned and operated Little Crane ever since. They also own J&G Grocery, which is located behind Little Crane Cafe.

Jason stated, "the Little Crane has been around since the 1950's and it is still serving the same comfort country food to this day." They recently changed the interior with new flooring, tables and chairs but the food quality and atmosphere has remained the same.

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Avah's Avengers Fundraiser:Her fight against Leukemia
Avah Ogilvie
Avah's Avengers Fundraiser:Her fight against Leukemia

Saturday, May 19 Timbergrounds on Hwy 101 in South Bend will be hosting a fundraiser for 6 year old Avah Ogilvie who has been fighting for her life against leukemia. The fundraiser will be held all day long from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. There will be a bake sale, car wash, and treats from Timber Grounds. All proceeds will go to Avah and her family's expenses for her treatment.

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It could happen, and has: Cascadia Subduction Zone Quake
It could happen, and has: Cascadia Subduction Zone Quake

The Washington State Dept. of Natural Resources has released its findings from a 2,500 year old Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ) Earthquake scenario. The results have given state and local agencies a better picture as to what could possibly be expected if there were to be a large earthquake in the CSZ.

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Raymond throttles past rivals; Freeman rewrites record in shot
Photo by Larry Bale - Willapa Valley's Hannah Cook and Olivia Betrozoff ran one, two in the 100-meter high hurdles Thursday at the Henrie-Weisel Tri-meet.
Raymond throttles past rivals; Freeman rewrites record in shot

Raymond retained its hold on the Henrie-Weisel Willapa Harbor Tri-District championship Thursday on a rainy lukewarm day at the Leo Rubstello Track facility at Raymond HS. Raymond's star track athlete, Karlee Freeman, won four events and upped her school-record length in the shot put to 43 feet. Freeman, who is going to USC in the fall on a track and field scholarship, also won the discus (159 feet, 11 inches), javelin (126 ft) and 100-meter dash (13.44).

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