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Football: Toledo State Quarter Finals
Photo by Sabrina Warthen
Football: Toledo State Quarter Finals

Toledo High School football team is off to State Quarter Finals on Saturday, November 17 at 1:00 p.m. against Tri-Cities Prep in Pasco, Washington.

Toledo played Reardan High School on Saturday, November 10, 2018. Toledo Indians came out to play and play they did. During the first half, Ethan Buck had a 16 yard run with Andreas Malunat with the kick. Then the 28 yard pass late in the first half to Coleby Cherrington eventually led to the 9 yard run by Duke Schaplow that sent Toledo to the locker room at halftime 14-3 lead with the kick by Malunat.

Election season over; several issues decided by votes from Lewis County residents

The Toledo High School Bond levy passed. Toledo will be getting a new high school with the passing of the bond at 72.66% approval and 27.34% rejecting it. Castle Rock School district improvement bond failed with 65.06% rejecting it and only 34.94% approving it.

The Lewis County Home Charter rule failed with a 55.04% voting no and 44.96% voting yes, therefore there will be no freeholders representing different districts.

Oster Fundraiser

The Nathan Oster Family fundraiser will be held this weekend, November 17, at Donna's Place in Toledo. Nathan was killed in a tragic motorcycle accident. The fundraiser will begin at 8:00 p.m. with music by D.C. Malone and the Jones. Tickets are on sale now for $20, dinner will be served from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with a limited menu during the show. If you would like the Prime Rib Dinner, please RSVP to Donna's place as soon as possible.

Update on Bjorn Roth
Baby Bjorn
Update on Bjorn Roth

Baby Bjorn has been transferred to the care of Children's Hospital in Seattle to undergo a new medical trial since the chemotherapy was not as effective as predicted.

They all gave some........

They all stepped forward to do all that they could
None of them asked if the shouldn't or should!
They came from all across this great land,
Most just a boy, not yet quite a man.

But men they became and courageous ones too
They stood shoulder to shoulder for the Red White and Blue.
Not all were warriors, not all took the fall,
But they all gave some, even though some gave all.

Fundraiser for the  Nathan Oster family
Fundraiser for the Nathan Oster family

On October 18 this year, Nathan Oster was killed in a tragic motorcycle accident. Nathan left behind his partner Jessica Croco along with his 11-year-old daughter and a new 4-month-old baby Ryker. The family is needing the community support to help pay for funeral expenses and other expenses.

Richard "Andy" Anderson
Richard "Andy" Anderson: A life of community service

Richard Lloyd Anderson, 81, lifelong resident and community servant of Winlock, passed away suddenly at home on October 22, 2018. Born in Toledo to his parents Lloyd and Hilda Anderson (Sobolesky) on August 30, 1937, he grew up attending the Evaline School through the eighth grade, then graduated from Winlock High School in 1956. He immediately began his career of 42 years working to build bridges for the Northern Pacific Railroad (now BNSF).

We need a conversation about gun rights

I-1639 Facts
• Raises the purchase age of semi automatic rifles from 18 to 21, it makes possession or use unlawful for 18-20 year olds.

THS Bond is needed

Many students of the Toledo High School are just as passionate about the school bond as the staff, and many of them have a word or two to say about it.

New  interim  librarian
Chris Chrzan
New interim librarian

Winlock Timberland library has a new interim librarian, Chris Chrzan is new to Winlock but is not new to Timberland Regional Library organization.

Chris started at Timberland Library in Centralia in 2013 as an adult services librarian, where he still works on Monday. Chris is at the Winlock Timberland Regional Library Tuesday through Friday.

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