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Richard "Andy" Anderson
Richard "Andy" Anderson: A life of community service

Richard Lloyd Anderson, 81, lifelong resident and community servant of Winlock, passed away suddenly at home on October 22, 2018. Born in Toledo to his parents Lloyd and Hilda Anderson (Sobolesky) on August 30, 1937, he grew up attending the Evaline School through the eighth grade, then graduated from Winlock High School in 1956. He immediately began his career of 42 years working to build bridges for the Northern Pacific Railroad (now BNSF).

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We need a conversation about gun rights

I-1639 Facts
• Raises the purchase age of semi automatic rifles from 18 to 21, it makes possession or use unlawful for 18-20 year olds.

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Indians close out with 26-8 win over Hyaks
Photo by Larry Bale - South Bend quarterback Drew Rose hurdles for a negated TD that was flagged for hurdling as the defender was not on the ground.
Indians close out with 26-8 win over Hyaks

SOUTH BEND - South Bend ended its gridiron season on a positive note by dumping winless North Beach 26-8 before a homecoming crowd of about 350 Friday night at Millam Field. After the game, Joshlynne Johnson was crowned SBHS Homecoming Queen.

"The North Beach game was a great way to end the season," SBHS head coach Shane Byington told the Herald. "To finish with a win is well deserved for the kids. They have been working hard all season. The players have been improving everyday; so to see them rewarded with a victory is great. This group of players will be remembered as special. They were competitive, tough and a fun group to coach."

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Slater's Diner hits the market

The iconic Slater's Diner in Raymond is indeed up for sale, but the owners David and Tammy Slater are in no rush to hand over the keys. Word quickly spread around the county that the diner was for sale and would be closing its doors indefinitely. Fortunately that's not the case. Locals can sit down and relax with the knowledge that the diner will be open until it sells.

The diner opened in December 1999 after its previous location closed months prior and the operation was moved to along US 101. It was first known as The Pizza Loft at the corner of Duryea and 3rd Street in downtown Raymond where Sheila's Kountry Kitchen now sits.

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