The name says it all! The Pumpkin Patch, located on 518 Goodrich road in Centralia, is open now until November 1. Ran by Tim and Linda Crockett, it is jam-packed with all sorts of things to do but first, let's talk about the pumpkins. They are huge. If you are looking for big ol' pumpkins this is the place to find them. Right at the front and nicely set out in the field for your convenience.
We live in an area where most of us have guns and we have learned over the years how to handle guns safely. Now, Washington State has a new law, I-1639, which was passed in November of 2018. The new law has included issues relating to increasing public safety by implementing firearm safety measures, including requiring enhanced background checks, waiting periods, increased age requirements for semiautomatic assault rifles, and secure gun storage for all firearms. Many in our area voted against this measure and now you have a chance to stand up against it.
ORDINANCE NO. 597
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF NAPAVINE, WASHINGTON, AMENDING SECTION 13.04.020 CONNECTION CHARGES FOR MULTIPLE SINGLE-FAMILY HOME CONNECTIONS OF THE NAPAVINE MUNICIPAL CODE, PROVIDE FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF.
ORDINANCE NO. 598
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF NAPAVINE, WASHINGTON, AMENDING SECTION 13.08.145 CONNECTION CHARGES FOR MULTIPLE SINGLE-FAMILY HOME CONNECTIONS OF THE NAPAVINE MUNICIPAL CODE, PROVIDE FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF.
PASSED by the City council of the City of Napavine, Washington, at a regularly scheduled open public meeting this 8th day of October, 2019.
The above is a summary of Ordinances 597 and Ordinance 598 may be viewed in its entirety at the Clerk-Treasurer's office, 407 Birch Avenue SW, Napavine.
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One of the historical heritage farms of Chehalis, Wedin Farms is marking it's 101st year in the family, although the farm itself has been around longer than that.
Autumn is officially here! The leaves are turning, the air is crisp in the morning, and the men are in the woods a hunting.
The Winlock High School was faced with a bomb threat this week.
The Winlock High School had a few bomb threats last year and this year seems to have started off with the same problem. What many don't seem to realize is, there are consequences for these types of actions.
The Revised Codes of Washington (RCWs) are very clear, it is a felony to use the threat of a bomb.
It's that time of year and the election season is upon us. Two of our cities are having "Meet the Candidates." Winlock and Vader will both have an event to introduce your candidates.
Winlock is having their Meet the Candidates on October 8 at the Firehouse Restaurant located at 408 NE 1st Street starting at 6:30 p.m. and lasting until 7:30 p.m. The event is being organized by former City Council member Holy Orbino.
Toledo's FCCLA recently traveled to Anaheim California for nationals.
Skye Nyberg and Sydney McClure received gold medals for Live Event Planning. Emma Cline received silver for Chapter and Review. Carol Boyles received bronze in Digital Stories for Change FCCLA had a regional meeting in October, the students' projects began in September. Competition for regionals took place in January, and state was in March. The top two projects in state go to nationals.
Winlock Elementary School is starting a new program called FLASH. The recent scores for math show our school is below the state standard. Winlock Miller Elementary is determined to get the scores up and they need the community's help to do so.
"The school is starting the FLASH Card Math volunteer program with an orientation for volunteers on Monday, October 7 at 2:00 p.m.," said Meg Matheson. "This is the day that volunteers will learn about expectations of the program, tips for working with students, and have an opportunity to meet the students and teachers with whom they will be working. The program will start with our fourth grade classrooms. Each volunteer will have 5 students that they will work with once a week. Multiplication flash cards will be the basis of the learning, with students memorizing facts that will help them with mathematical problem solving. Having the facts memorized will give students the skills to apply this knowledge, when needed, in algebra, geometry and calculus."
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