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Sheaffer: Connecting Clients and Caregivers
Sheaffer: Connecting Clients and Caregivers

Let's talk about finding a caregiver.

I know we've talked a lot about caregivers in this space, and will continue to do so because sometimes people need help getting through the day, and the need is not decreasing.

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Tips for Living with Low Vision
Tips for Living with Low Vision

Dear Savvy Senior,

What resources can you recommend to help seniors with vision loss? My husband, who's 76, has macular degeneration that has progressed to the point that he can't do a lot of his routine activities anymore, and has become very discouraged.

Looking for Help

Dear Looking,

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Mediation of police contract between Toledo and Winlock

Toledo Mayor Steve Dobosh and Winlock Mayor Don Bradshaw met to mediate the police contract between the two cities and were able to come to an amicable agreement. The Winlock City Council approved the transition period on June 11, 2018, and the Toledo City Council approved it on June 18.

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New Allstate Agent in Winlock
Evie Leef
New Allstate Agent in Winlock

Winlock's new Allstate Insurance agent, Evie Leef, is already known by many people in our area, as she was a former employee of Farmers Insurance.

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Parwell Farms growing in Vader
Victoria and Mike Parsons
Parwell Farms growing in Vader

When you want all-natural body products and other organic items where do you look when you live in a small community?

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Raymond City Council:

"I have some interest, but I'm also sensing some negativity and someone who seems to know a lot about the process putting in their two cents." ~ Kaley Hanson

The Raymond City Council discussed the hot-button-topic regarding the choice to turn the theatre apartments into an Airbnb along with discussing a couple ordinances during the June 18 council meeting.

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South bend abandons 5% tax hike, proposes 2%

The City of South Bend has dropped the proposed Utility Rate Excise Tax to 2% amounting to roughly $4 per month according to South Bend City Treasurer Dee Roberts. The new rate would extend to 3 years instead of the 5% for 2 years.

The previous tax proposal would have raised the Utility Rate Excise Tax 5% for 2 years costing a household approximately $120 per year.

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Traffic in the Willapa
Photo by Karen Carter
Traffic in the Willapa

Last week a large barge with a crane moved down the Willapa River. The Port is leasing the South Fork pier to the Manson Construction Company. They have been awarded a $19 million contract by the US Army Corps of Engineers to repair the sand berm protecting the Shoalwater Bay Tribal properties in Tokeland. The project will begin this month and probably extend in to September. They will be using the pier to stage equipment for the project.

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June 27, 2018 Willapa Harbor Herald
June 27, 2018 Willapa Harbor Herald
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June 27, 2018 Town Crier
June 27, 2018 Town Crier
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