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Lewis County News

Cedar Village celebrates 40 years in Winlock
Raleigh and Pam Stone
Cedar Village celebrates 40 years in Winlock

When we think of businesses in Winlock, we often think of Cedar Village IGA, one of the longest-running businesses in Winlock. Raleigh Stone started Cedar Village in 1979. With Thanksgiving upon us, it's only fitting to be thanking the family that has been here for 40 years.

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Shop local;  shop Winlock Village Gift Shop
Shop local; shop Winlock Village Gift Shop

If you are looking for that handmade gift for that special someone during the holidays, your shopping needs can be met right here in Winlock. The Winlock Village Gift Shop is made up of local crafters who offer homemade items for your friends and family.

They offer crocheted and knitted items. jewelry, aprons pot holders, kitchen towels, home decor, preserves and pickles, horseshoe yard art, glass home decor, children's clothing, purses, neck pillows, animal planters, birdhouses, woodworking, homemade cards, quilts, and blankets..

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Keep your gift purchases safe; South Bend improves its water quality

"It's the holiday season," said Police Chief Eastham. "Lock your cars."

According to the report Eastman gave to the South Bend City Council meeting on Wednesday, November 13, the reports of car prowling go up starting just before Thanksgiving and continue through to Christmas.

"Don't leave anything valuable in them," he said. "Reports of car prowlers are picking up. We haven't had anything important stolen yet. Just a little cash and change, but if you have something worth money in your car and you do not lock it, it's your fault, plain and simple."

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The Derik Nissell Toy Drive continues into its 4th year
The Derik Nissell Toy Drive continues into its 4th year

2019 marks the fourth year of the Derik Nissell Toy Drive. Beginning in November each year, the toy drive gives people a chance to help out local children who all need a brand new toy to unwrap for Christmas.

The toy drive was set up to honor South Bend High School Alumni Derik S. Nissell. On February 29, 2016 his premature death shocked the community. He was only in his mid-twenties. While working for the Westport Shipyard, Nissell would donate toys to the shipyard's toy drive. The Derik Nissell Toy Drive continues with this tradition.

"So we're collecting toys for underprivileged children in North Pacific County in our area," said Nissell's mother, Joyce Kidd. "We are hoping people will participate. It is a great cause. We collect a lot of toys."

The toy drive will be collecting toys until Friday, December 13.

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Classifieds 11.27.19
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November 27, 2019 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
November 27, 2019 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
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November 27, 2019 Lewis County News
November 27, 2019 Lewis County News
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