The Winlock Senior Center had their Friday the 13th lunch and many came dressed up. From left to right: Adrian Leblanc, Gary Parkison, Joanne Parkison, Jodie Curtis, Ian Hunter, Rose Alice Robinson, Jan Kramer, Lindsay Giberson and daughter Claire Pinkerton.
The Napavine Fire Department has answered the call of duty and will be assisting in the fires located in Napa, California.
Lewis County Coroner has identified the two brothers who were killed in a murder suicide last week in Winlock Washington. Malone resident Jeff Wachter, 59, who was a former resident of Winlock, shot his brother Paul Wachter, a resident of Winlock.
The Lewis County Sheriff's office is investigating a murder suicide on the Tennessee Road in Winlock, Washington.
Initially detectives and fire personnel were called to the resident at 4:14 p.m. when a 63 year old female accidentally fell into her well while trying to add chlorine. The female had fallen approximately 50 feet, was rescued and transported to the hospital for treatment.
It was during the rescue efforts that two of the females brothers (ages 59 years old and 56 years old) were on the site with the older brother being disruptive. The 59 year old was asked to leave and engaged in a verbal dispute with his brother.
In memory of the nearly 3,000 people who were killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, President George W. Bush asked that each year in the United States we observe Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance. Vader Mayor, Ken Smith, has made sure the citizens in his community have an opportunity to do just that. For six of the past 7 years, the City of Vader has engaged in the National Day of Service held on the Saturday closest to September 11.
On Oct. 6 at 12:01 a.m., the Lewis County Board of County Commissioners and Lewis County Fire Marshal modified the ban on recreational fires for all of unincorporated Lewis County.
Starting on Oct. 16 at 12:01 a.m., the current ban on open burning for Lewis County. For further information visit burnpermit.lewiscountywa.gov.
TOLEDO - Forrest Wallace was the State Champion in the high jump in 2014. A Toledo High School graduate, Forrest went on to EWU where he continues to compete in the high jump. Forrest spent the first part of his freshman year at EWU learning to high jump all over again. Why? Because he'd learned to jump using a horse stall pad at THS. This caused his form to be less efficient and was hindering his progress as an athlete. Forrest was limited by the lack of competitive track and field facilities at THS.
Spilling into the street, the Winlock City Council meeting on August 28 ended with contention over the ownership of the Olequa Senior Center. There are several events that occurred which have upset the seniors and volunteers at the center. The City Council started to discuss the senior center on record in their July 24 meeting and has continued since that date.
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