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Fences for Fido is here to help
Fences for Fido works on creating safe and happy dog spaces.
Fences for Fido is here to help

Fences for Fido is a non-profit that helps families with fences for their dogs. They help families whose dogs are tethered, on chains, or in small areas. The organization is here to help those in Southwest Washington.

Seeing so many dogs running loose in cities, it was time to make people aware of what they do and who they are.

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Vader May Day this Saturday
May Day Parade is coming to Vader this Saturday. In 2018 Boy Scout Troop 324 marched in the parade.
Vader May Day this Saturday

The Vader May Day Festival is Saturday, May 1 and all are welcome to come. Vader May Day started in 1952 by Lena DeAger. At the time, the parade was made up of mostly girl and boy scouts. Lena was the girl scout leader and she encouraged her scouts to decorate whatever they could, pets, bicycles and wagons.

The May Day Queen, in the beginning, was chosen based on how much money she received from donation jars around the community. The Queen was a 1st grader, now they win based on how many buttons they sell. Another tradition was the Cakewalk and May Pole Dance during the festivities. Many of these traditions continue to this day.

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Gardner garners three firsts at sub-district; Anderson wins twice, tallies two seconds
Photo Courtesy Larry Bale - Raymond HS sophomore Morgan Anderson won the high hurdles at Thursday\'s sub-district meet at Raymond HS.
Gardner garners three firsts at sub-district; Anderson wins twice, tallies two seconds

Raymond HS three-sport sensation, Kyra Gardner, won three events and finished second in another at the District IV Pacific League Sub-District Championships conducted at Leo Rubstello Track on the campus of Raymond HS Thursday.

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Last week's surge second highest since beginning of COVID
Last week's surge second highest since beginning of COVID

Over the last week, COVID-19 cases have steadily increased to a high level that may push us back into Phase 2.

"This is the highest case rate we have been at since early December," said Pacific County Department of Health and Human Services Director Katie Lindstrom. "[This spike is the] second highest peak since the beginning of the pandemic. This is the second biggest surge since the pandemic began. We are extremely hopeful that this will go back down, because it starts getting unmanageable at this point. It is a lot of work for our staff, and it becomes difficult to keep up when the cases get this high."

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