Peter Larson, the Napavine Spanish teacher, works endlessly for his classes. He currently works with five classes every day, all ranging from Spanish I to Spanish II. Larson is also a leader at the Napavine YoungLife group.
Recently, the Town Crier has published articles about the City of Winlock and some of the activities of the City have been questioned. As a result, the City of Winlock has decided they will no longer use the Town Crier as their legal publication of record.
20th District lawmaker will also continue his role on the Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council
Rep. Ed Orcutt has been named ranking Republican on the House Finance Committee.
Centurylink sustained a nationwide outage that not only crippled phone communications but took down hundreds of 911 dispatch centers. The 911 outage lasted nearly 5 hours before Centurylink engineers were able to locate and repair the issue. The Pacific County Communications Center (PacCom) was one of the many to be running in the blackout.
Outage consumes 911
The outage began early in the morning on Thursday, December 27 affecting millions of Centurylink customers across the United States. It wasn't until around 9:00 p.m. that the outage spread to 911 centers. 911 callers were greeted by a "fast busy signal" according to numerous dispatch centers.
State issues EAS alert
Around 10:30 p.m. the Washington State Emergency Alert System issued an EAS alert informing residents of the 911 outage and told them to "call their local fire department or police department" for help. Numerous dispatch centers immediately took to social media to tell residents that option was limited. They instead asked callers to use the dispatch centers' non-emergency numbers for help or to text 911 from a cell phone.
Two cars collided on US 101 at milepost 61 when a vehicle attempting to turn into a driveway was struck by another car attempting to pass it. According to the Washington State Patrol on Wednesday, December 26 a vehicle was driving southbound on US 101 when it slowed to turn left into a private driveway. A second vehicle, that was also heading southbound, attempted to pass the turning vehicle and struck it.
Senior Matt Pearson continued with his dependable output by leading Willapa Valley to a 68-53 road victory over Ilwaco December 19. Pearson attacked the basket for 26 points on 7 of 10 shooting from the field and 8 of 8 at the foul line. Pearson also took down 6 rebounds and handed out 5 assists.
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