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Lewis County News

Mayor Bradshaw attempts to intimidate new council
Mayor Bradshaw attempts to intimidate new council

On December 9, the new Winlock City Council members took their seats and held their first council meeting. On the agenda was a hiring freeze and city attorney contract, along with a few others, but these two items seemed to drive the mayor to call an executive session.

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Wallin awarded Volunteer of the Year
Carol Wallin with Winlock City Council Member Brandon Svenson with her certificate for the City of Winlock Volunteer of the year.
Wallin awarded Volunteer of the Year

The City of Winlock Volunteer of the Year award could not have gone to a more deserving person. Carol Wallin is a resident of the City of Winlock and volunteer extraordinaire. Carol is Winlock, she is everywhere, and does everything to help her community.

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Student's senior project embraces intrinsic value
Photo by Sally Kunke - Surrounding Jennifer Sanchez, who directed the McTakeover for her RHS Senior Project to benefit the local food bank, include in front Tegen Fleury (left) and Tina Sypaphay, and back from left, Destiny Souvannavanh, Kendall Thompson,
Student's senior project embraces intrinsic value

RAYMOND McDONALD'S - The joint was hoppin' with plenty of Seagull Spirit at the McTakeover inside the Raymond McDonald's last Monday night (Dec. 9).

Raymond HS senior Jennifer Sanchez, and her student staff, were in the house for her RHS Senior Project, which involved generating money for the local food bank. Sanchez and her team of students supported the McDonald's working staff and also set up a work space to sell Raymond Seagull t-shirts and raffle tickets for a couple of nice basket gifts - all to help support the North Pacific County Food Bank (NPCFB) - located at 1899 Park Avenue in Raymond.

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Willapa Valley teachers and students back to school
Photo courtesy of WEA - Unions from around Washington join the teachers while striking last Thursday.
Willapa Valley teachers and students back to school

A tentative agreement between the Willapa Valley School District and the teachers allowed the teachers to start teaching class on Tuesday, December 17.

Last week the strike looked like it would go on until Christmas Break. The district reopened classes for the seniors last Thursday and Friday in a plan to have fewer days for the graduating class to make up. The classes were taught by the district administrators, who still have teaching accreditation.

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Classifieds

Classifieds 12.18.19
Classifieds 12.18.19
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Willapa Harbor Herald ISSUU

December 18, 2019 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
December 18, 2019 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
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Lewis County News ISSUU

December 18, 2019 Lewis County News
December 18, 2019 Lewis County News
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