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Larkin running for Attorney General
Matt Larkin
Larkin running for Attorney General

Matt Larkin, candidate for Attorney General in Washington State, took time out of his busy schedule to talk to our readers about why he is running and what he hopes to accomplish. He is a young attorney and father. He has concerns about the future of our state.

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Pederson running for Commissioner of Public Lands
Sue Kuehl Pederson
Pederson running for Commissioner of Public Lands

Sue Kuehl Pederson is running for Commissioner of Public Lands This is the person who is responsible for ensuring that all of our public lands is managed properly. Pederson has years of experience in natural resources.

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Notice of Application and of Public Hearing

SUBJECT: The City Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the applications of Jerry Nixon (Nixon Construction) for (a) Land Use Application for the construction a 5000 square feet industrial building; (b) a related Environmental Determination of Non-Significance, (DNS), under the State Environmental Policy Act, (SEPA); and (c) Variance Application to waive offsite frontage road improvements.

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Notice of Application and of Public Hearing

SUBJECT: The City Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the applications of Kevin Klumper (Napavine Adventures LLC) for (a) Land Use Application for the construction of 14 multi-family units within 3 separate buildings; (b) a related Environmental Determination of Non-Significance, (DNS), under the State Environmental Policy Act, (SEPA); and (c) Variance Application to waive offsite road improvements.

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Winlock Middle School gains energetic new teacher
Faye Benton
Winlock Middle School gains energetic new teacher

Winlock Middle School has a new teacher, Faye Benton who just finished her teaching degree and Winlock was lucky to get her.

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J & G's Grocery offers locals more than convenience
J & G's Grocery offers locals more than convenience

When you think of a small-town grocery store, you think of a one-room store that offers all the necessities. Vader has just that store. J & G's Grocery is tucked behind The Little Crane and it has a lot to offer those who don't want to run into the bigger city.

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Rescued goats go on the lamb
Rescue goats invade local home.
Rescued goats go on the lamb

The wildfires in Oregon spread with the speed of a tidal wave buffeted by wind gusts of 40-45 MPH. Many people had to evacuate before they could rescue their animals.

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Morton's police chief singled out by activists
Photo by Ricky Deskins
Morton's police chief singled out by activists

On September 28, a few hundred people showed up to the City of Morton's monthly Council Meeting to support the City's Police Chief, Roger Morningstar, while only a handful of people opposed.

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Culp and Freed together on Oct. 13 at Merten Ranch, 1011 Tucker Rd, Toledo
Loren Culp
Culp and Freed together on Oct. 13 at Merten Ranch, 1011 Tucker Rd, Toledo

The Loren Culp - Joshua Freed Unified Conservative Protest is coming on October 13 and it is set to be quite the event. The event will be held at the Merten Ranch in Toledo at 1011 Tucker Rd. The event is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. and last until 8:30 p.m.

The Merten Ranch is located on 40 acres with a large horse arena where the event will be held. The ranch is approximately 1 mile down Tucker Road from Jackson Highway. They have a large gate that says Merten Ranch at the top.

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Kimberly's Coffee House and Things opening soon in Winlock
Kimberly Hartman
Kimberly's Coffee House and Things opening soon in Winlock

Winlock is finally getting a place for everyone to get breakfast or lunch and have a cup of espresso. Kimberly's Coffee House and Things is opening soon. Located in Progress Square, it's a great location with ample parking. She hopes to open this week so keep your eyes open for her signs to be lit up.

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