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Inslee updates wildfire state of emergency proclamation
Inslee updates wildfire state of emergency proclamation

Inslee updates wildfire state of emergency proclamation

Gov. Jay Inslee Thursday updated the wildfire state of emergency proclamation. The changes were made to clarify that small fires contained in structures on public agency land may be authorized by the public agency landowner, unless otherwise prohibited.

The update also clarifies that the truck driver service hours exemption applies only to drivers who haul aviation fuels. All other service hour exemptions remain the same, including expiration dates.

Inslee Rescinds 2 Proclamations

Related to COVID-19 Pandemic

Gov. Jay Inslee last Wednesday rescinded one COVID-19 emergency proclamation and gave advance notice of the rescission of another emergency proclamation.

Proclamation 20-49: This proclamation prohibits garnishment of bank accounts for consumer debt in certain circumstances. The rescission is effective October 1, 2021.

Proclamation 20-84: This proclamation suspends the implementation date of the Uniform Guardianship Act as it relates to third party custody of minors, which was intended to go into effect on January 1, 2021. The implementation date was suspended at the request of the Superior Court Judges Association in order to prevent delays in finding permanent placements for affected minors. This rescission is effective immediately.

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Bluegrass Festival in Toledo this weekend
Photo By Elaine Thomas Campbell - Crying Uncle
Bluegrass Festival in Toledo this weekend

Mt. St. Helens Bluegrass Festival is this weekend, August 13 to 15 at Kemp Olson Park in Toledo. This is a change of venue due to the construction at Toledo High School. This is an event that is loved by many, some traveling from other states.

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The end of an institution Spiffy's is closed permanently
The end of an institution Spiffy's is closed permanently

The end of a tradition and an institution, Spiffy's restaurant has officially closed their doors. For many, it stood as a symbol of a restaurateur standing up against closing their business, for others it was a place to work as a teenager. Whatever your thoughts are, Spiffy's has been around for 50 years and many of us are sad to see it go.


Rod Samuelson took the time to answer some of our questions, giving us more of a history of Spiffy's. Spiffy's has been open for 50 years. What influenced Rod to stay in business 50 years? He stated, "My background prior to owning Spiffy's was finance administration. As our business grew it fit well into my background. It (Spiffy's) continued on an upward plane. At first it was slow, but steady, then it grew into a most successful and profitable business. I'm not a cook, I'm an administrator, and could probably do a similar job running most businesses."

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Willapa Harbor Herald News

Golf course under new ownership
In the future, many local linksters will not have to go out of town to play a round of golf as Willapa harbor Golf Course was recently purchased and is undergoing renovations.
Golf course under new ownership

The Willapa Harbor Golf course is now owned by Dr. Daniel Hamilton and his wife, Heather Hamilton. The Hamiltons purchased the property from Kosses USA, Inc. (Bong Hyun Back) on July 9, 2021.

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Tokeland Woodfest Is On
Photo courtesy of Tokeland - North Cove Chamber - Jeffrey Michael Samudosky works his magic on a fallen redwood by carving a massive octopus.
Tokeland Woodfest Is On

The premier wood carving, art show and music festival happens on Saturday & Sunday, August 14 and15 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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Classifieds 8.11.21
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August 11, 2021 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
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