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A new program with new educator: Kaylene Kenny
Kaylene Kenny
A new program with new educator: Kaylene Kenny

Winlock High School has a new program this year, Family and Consumer Sciences, basically home economics with a twist. Kaylene Kenny is the new educator who will be teaching this new cool class.

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Saturday, November 5, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. - Walk n Knock is now Drive n Drop

With COVID this year, the Walk n Knock is taking on a different look than years before.

Toledo Food Bank

As many of you know, Walk n Knock is held on the first Saturday of December every year to bring in food and money for people right here in our community.

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The pharmacist who cares: Don Hilley
Don Hilley
The pharmacist who cares: Don Hilley

Winlock Cedar Village Pharmacy Pharmacist Don Hilley has provided many years of service to the community, not just Winlock but all of south Lewis County. Don has the responsibility of keeping prescriptions available to many, a responsibility he does not take lightly. Without Don, many would be lost.

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Winlock students and teachers are back in school
Winlock students back to in-person schooling.
Winlock students and teachers are back in school

Winlock Schools are now open. Even though they are open in hybrid, meaning they aren't in class every day, they are open. Students are attending classes and teachers are very happy to have their students back.

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Meet Sean Swope your new county commissioner
Sean Swope with wife Suzi and children SJ (age 1), Gracie (age 4), and Finley (age 6)
Meet Sean Swope your new county commissioner

Lewis County has two new county commissioners, Sean Swope is one of two new commissioners who were elected this November to serve the citizens of Lewis County.

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New restrictions for COVID-19

COVID-19 is back in full force with numbers being the highest we have seen. Nationally, we have seen numbers increase in the tune of 150,000+ cases per day. Washington State topped 2900 cases on November 12. With the increase in cases comes new restrictions. Unfortunately, the new restrictions will impact several of our local businesses. Please continue to support them as much as possible, it's tough times for everyone.

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