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Working Families Tax Credit will deliver cash to more than 400,000 Washingtonians
Working Families Tax Credit will deliver cash to more than 400,000 Washingtonians

The Department of Revenue has launched the new website portal for the state's Working Families Tax Credit.

DOR estimates about 420,000 Washingtonians will be eligible to receive a check or direct deposit of up to $1,200. The credit will be available in the upcoming tax return season, and Washingtonians can check now to see whether they might be eligible for the credit at workingfamiliescredit.wa.gov.

Gov. Jay Inslee signed HB 1297 and approved funding for the program in 2021. This is an ongoing program that will allow lower-income families to apply for a rebate every year. DOR will begin an outreach campaign later this year to make sure people are aware of the program and know how to apply.

Partisan Activists Post

Ballot "surveillance" Signs

in Attempt to Intimidate Voters

King County officials discovered and removed hostile signs placed near ballot boxes in the Seattle area, warning voters that the site was "under surveillance." The King County elections office immediately called for an investigation by the Sheriff's office. Gov. Jay Inslee and U.S. Attorney Nick Brown swiftly admonished the illegal tactic to intimidate voters.

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Kathy Chastain, a lady speaking up against Winlock annexation
One of the signs Kathy Chastain is putting out to make her point.
Kathy Chastain, a lady speaking up against Winlock annexation

Winlock has seen a lot of growth, but the biggest concern for many residents is the annexation of the Urban Growth Area (UGA) into the Winlock city limits. This week, signs stating "NO Annexation'' have been placed in the Winlock UGA and it's the work of one lady, Mrs. Kathy Chastain. She lives in the UGA and has already seen the impact to her property due to the timber being removed. Kathy's property has "standing water," for the first time in 36 years. She is just one of many who will see changes if the UGA is annexed.

Kathy has been busy fighting the annexation since she heard that the City of Winlock has applied to annex the UGA. The interesting part is the company that has been pushing the annexation is now on hold due to not enough water hookups, but the annexation is still moving forward. The City of Winlock has determined, through the developers mainly, that they have the required votes to annex in the UGA. The vote is based on value and not the number of residents or even if they live here. It's not about the citizens, it's about the power of corporate America to take over small communities.

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Legal Public Notice
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Politics and Peace in the Park this Friday
Left to right: Ross Nielsen, Pat Saldana, Senator Jeff Wilson, Heidi St. John and Tracy Murphy
Politics and Peace in the Park this Friday

On Friday, July 29, 2022 at 6:00 p.m., Heidi St. John, 3rd Congressional District Republican Candidate will be at the Kemp Olsen Park in Toledo for Politics in the Park.

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Randy Pennington, A true public servant
Randy Pennington as a Grand Marshall during the 2019 Egg Day Parade.
Randy Pennington, A true public servant

Toledo Police Department Reserve Officer Randy Pennington retired a few weeks ago.

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August 2nd: C & C Classic Diner celebrating 1-year anniversary
Photos Courtesy Coby Moreno - C & C Classic Diner is a cool restaurant to enjoy a great dining experience. Stop in Tuesday to help celebrate Chuck and Coby Moreno's one-year anniversary as owners.
August 2nd: C & C Classic Diner celebrating 1-year anniversary

Whether it's a mouth-watering pizza, a thick, juicy burger, yummy oysters or mussels for seafood lovers, or the famous Southwest Washington scrumptious stuffed sandwich, C & C Classic Diner continues to be a staple while offering a tradition-rich top line of delicious food at family prices.

C & C Classic Diner will be open for one year August 2 under owners Chuck and Coby Moreno, and the married team is celebrating its one year anniversary this Tuesday with a special for customers by purchasing one stuffed sandwich and getting the second one at 50 percent off. One lucky customer will receive a $100 gift card, and customers can enjoy cookies and cakes "to let them know we appreciate them."

Chuck and Coby Moreno thanked the community for their continued support, "The most rewarding thing for us has been taking over an existing restaurant, especially one that has been a staple in this community, and making it our own with our focus being quality, consistency, customer service, and really listening to our customers suggestions," Coby Moreno said.

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Johnson brings wide range of background to superintendent's position
Photo Courtesy K.C. Johnson - Recently appointed Raymond Superintendent of schools K.C. Johnson and his wife Kristeen.
Johnson brings wide range of background to superintendent's position

South Bend native K.C. Johnson is the new Raymond School District Superintendent of Schools. Johnson takes over for Kathy Tully, who served as interim superintendent for the past few months.

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July 27, 2022 Willapa Harbor Herald and Pacific County Press
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July 27, 2022 Lewis County News
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