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Lewis County News

Goodbye Town Crier; Hello Lewis County News

As many things are changing all around us, we at Flannery Publications decided it was time for a change for the Town Crier. For over a decade you have seen the Town Crier delivered in your mailboxes, but that's about to change. Starting next week, you will see the Lewis County News delivered weekly.

The Lewis County News is a name recognized by many. As the Editor of the Town Crier, I did not feel it represented the true meaning of what I wanted the newspaper to be. Yes, we are a community newspaper but community here means the entire county. I wanted something that would represent news in the county, thus the easiest thing to do was bring back The Lewis County News.

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New school supply program asks for donations
Trish Williams of Timberland Bank and Evie Leef of Allstate insurance set up the new school supply program.
New school supply program asks for donations

It's that time of year, it's back to school time for many students in our area. With back to school comes the expense of school supplies for many families, yet many families in our area cannot afford all the supplies needed. With this in mind, two businesses in Winlock have started "2019 Winlock Schools Supply Drive."

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Willapa Harbor Herald News

Come and Play at South Bend's 150th Anniversary
Photo by George Kunke - Alathia Markwell, a junior at SBHS, played the flute on the SBHS Band float during last year's Come and Play on Labor Day Grand Parade. This year the band will perform the National Anthem.
Come and Play at South Bend's 150th Anniversary

SOUTH BEND - Come on out to the South Bend Come and Play on Labor Day Festival (Thursday thru Monday) and say "Happy Anniversary" to this tradition-rich little coastal city, she was founded 150 years ago this year!

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Landslide puts a halt on the new Yellow Deli
Photo by Willapa Harbor Drone - Willapa Harbor Drone flew over the Yellow Deli slide on Wednesday, August 21 while workers looked at the scene to determine what could be done. The slide hit the rear of the current building at the location and sections of
Landslide puts a halt on the new Yellow Deli

The Yellow Deli project in South Bend has been put on hold after an unexpected landslide plummeted into the rear of the building and outlying parking lot. The deli was working to remove a toe at the bottom of the slope to give an incoming building more room.

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Classifieds 8.28.19
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Willapa Harbor Herald ISSUU

August 28, 2019 Willapa Harbor Herald
August 28, 2019 Willapa Harbor Herald
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Lewis County News ISSUU

August 28, 2019 Town Crier
August 28, 2019 Town Crier
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