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Assistant Coach KC Oakley give Winlock Girls Basketball heart
KC Oakley
Assistant Coach KC Oakley give Winlock Girls Basketball heart

It takes a special person to coach sports, a person who's heart is in it for the students and the school. KC Oakley is not just any assistant coach, she is the Winlock High School Girls Basketball Assistant Coach and she loves what she does.

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Vader Mayor Pro Tem speaks to the citizens
Vader Mayor Pro Tem speaks to the citizens

The City of Vader has seen some changes this past week. The mayor, Lois Wilson, has resigned and Mayor Pro tem Joe Schey has stepped up to fill in. Also, the City Clerk and Assistant City Clerk have resigned as well. In a recent letter to the Lewis County News, Mayor Pro Tem Schey reassured the citizens.

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Great job South Bend students!
Photo courtesy of Jon Tienhaara
Great job South Bend students!

South Bend students delivered 2,046 pounds of food and $4,067 in cash to the Legacy Community Outreach Food Bank. The donation was the result of a school-wide food drive before Christmas break.

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US Army Corps take action to repair the Shoalwater Bay Barrier Dune
Photo by Sergeant Christopher Boggs, Shoalwater Bay PD - Shoalwater Bay berm before repairs began.
US Army Corps take action to repair the Shoalwater Bay Barrier Dune

In response to a request for aid by the Shoalwater Bay Tribe, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Seattle District has declared a state of emergency for Shoalwater on December 17, 2019. The tribe requested help stabilizing the Federally authorized flood risk reduction berm near Tokeland. The Corps began work on the berm on December 19.

The Corps worked on the berm during low tide shoring up 1,800 linear feet along the Shoalwater Bay Barrier Dune.

"The team of emergency responders worked in two shifts 24 hours a day to place rock along the berm in order to reduce the risk to the Tokeland community," said Anthony Doersam with Seattle District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Emergency Management Branch.

"The flood team and tribe has made significant progress repairing critical areas," said Seattle District Emergency Management Branch Chief Doug Weber.

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Classifieds

Classifieds 1.8.20
Classifieds 1.8.20
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Willapa Harbor Herald ISSUU

January 8, 2020 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
January 8, 2020 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
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Lewis County News ISSUU

January 8, 2020 Lewis County News
January 8, 2020 Lewis County News
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