Lewis County News November 9, 2022

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November 9, 2022

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Drug overdose in Centralia leads to Winlock Lewis County honors Veterans Day

Photo by Lynnette Hoffman Location of one of the drug busts in Winlock.

By Lynnette Hoffman On Wednesday, November 2 at 8:40 a.m., the Centralia Police Department was dispatched to a residence in the 300 block of S. Pearl St. for a reported 26year-old found unconscious and not breathing by his roommate. The male was declared deceased by the medics present, there were signs it was a drug overdose. They started a Controlled Homicide Investigation that was immediately initiated by Centralia PD Detectives. Due to the suspicion of fentanyl, assistance from the Joint Narcotics Enforcement Team (JNET) was requested. This drug overdose in Centralia led JNET to two addresses in Winlock where they arrested three individu-

als for the Possession of a Controlled Substance with the Intent to Deliver and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm. Both of these homes have allegedly been involved in drug activity for quite some time. During the investigation, Timothy May of Centralia was arrested for his involvement in the death investigation. May was booked for Controlled Substance Homicide (suspected Fentanyl). Through their investigation, detectives learned that May had recently traded a high capacity semi automatic rifle to drug dealers for the illegal drugs. This is where the investigation led to Winlock. Further evidence in the investigation led CPD Detectives and JNET to an address out of Winlock in the 700

block of the Winlock Vader Rd. At this location, 30 year old Brandy Hunter of Winlock and 34 year old Bill Jones of Winlock were arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance (Fentanyl) with the Intent to Deliver. This home had been reported to Sheriff Snaza by phone and later in a text message in the summer of 2021 with no results. Several homes were referred to Sheriff Snaza during the summer, yet no arrests were made by the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. CPD Detectives and JNET continued to follow developing leads which led them to another address out of Winlock, in the 900 block of Byham Rd. The subject living there was connected to the drugs traded to Timothy May. May’s firearm was found at the location and 55 year old Jackie Dean was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance (Fentanyl) with the Intent to Deliver and for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm. This investigation resulted in five firearms being seized and more than 100 suspect Fentanyl pills recovered. This is an ongoing investigation, anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Centralia Police Department at 360330-7680.

By Lynnette Hoffman Veterans Day is this Friday, November 11. There are several different programs throughout the week put on by our local Veterans of Foreign Wars out of Winlock. Veterans Day is a tribute to military veterans who have served in the US Arms Forces, those still alive and those killed in our country’s wars. This observance originated in 1919 on the first anniversary of the 1918 armistice that ended World War 1 and was known at that time as Armistice Day. It was commemorated in 1921 with the burial of an unknown soldier from World War I at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington Virginia. Arlington Cemetery is a cemetery like none other. It is the former home of Robert E. Lee and Mary Custis. During the Civil War, Mary Custis paid her taxes by proxy which was not allowed. The government then seized their home and turned it into a cemetery on June 15, 1864. It has been a national cemetery since that date. Some notable figures are buried at Arlington; Audie Murphy, Thurgood Mar-

shall, John and Jackie Kennedy and many more. The Tomb of the Unknown Changing of the Guard will bring you to tears, it is an experience that is recommended to all who visit Washington DC. You will never forget this experience. Here are the local events. All local veterans are invited and encouraged to attend any and all of these programs. Please note: There are some time/date changes from earlier disseminated information. Wednesday, November 9: Winlock Elementary Little Cards Gym at 9:00 a.m. and a second program at 9:45 a.m. Thursday, November 10: Winlock High/ Middle School at 8:30 am; All Toledo schools at Toledo High School gym at 9:30 a.m. Friday, November 11: "Veterans Day At The Wall", Kemp Olson Park in Toledo at 11:00 a.m. Open to the public. Refreshments will be provided at the Toledo Senior Center immediately after this program.


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We are now in fall weather with our first atmospheric river just passing by. Cold temperatures are on their way with temperatures below freezing. Pinochle Tournament open to everyone at Hope Grange Winlock Saturday, November 12, 2022 with starting time of 11:00 a.m. Be sure to come by 10:45 a.m. For more information contact Carolyne Nixon 360-520-0772. Pinochle is a card game that many grew up watching their parents play. It's a fun game and many in our area used to have pinochle card games in their homes. If you are a skilled Pinochle player or even new, this is a fun event for all. Our Closet is Your Closet will be open again on November 19. They are taking a little break to get ready for your visit! Our Closet is Your Closet is a great option of gently used clothing for all. Holly Orbino has done a great job with this as well as those who volunteer with her. It’s the time of year for warm food. Don’t forget about the Rowdy Rooster. They offer soups, sandwiches and more. The proceeds go to support the local food bank. Go and see Carol Wallin, she is the light of Winlock. She is always positive even with everything she has going on. Carol will put a smile on your face guaranteed! JJ’s tip of the week: All you bone-in pork chop lovers, assorted pork chops bone-in $1.99 a pound and check out my tumbled chicken drumettes in a hot and spicy sauce.

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Well Toledo, it’s changed from warm weather to freezing in our area. With the change in weather so early in November, will this be the year we see ice on the Cowlitz River? Only time will tell but after this rain the Cowlitz River is roaring. Just read something awesome on Facebook, this is what makes Toledo such a great little city. A person’s card was declined so the person stepped out to get it figured out. By the time she returned, the gentleman behind her had paid for her groceries. In order to pay it back, she paid it forward. This is the stuff that warms all of our hearts. Thank you Tiffany Lee for sharing your story! Toledo Football Team has made it to state, Congratulations team! We will all be rooting for you to bring home a trophy! Thursday, November 10 the local VFW will be putLewis County News ting on a program at 9:30 County News is glad to print a.m. at Toledo High School Lewis the views and interests of our readers Gym. On Friday at 11:00 and will accept letters to the editor, a.m. there will be a Veterans photographs, and community anreceived by email or Day at the Wall in Kemp nouncements post the Friday before publication. Olson Park. Refreshments We will decline to print submissions will be provided immedi- which are inaccurate, misleading, or for profit. ately after the program at anonymous, 202B NE First St. • PO Box 10 the Toledo Senior Center… Winlock, WA 98596 www.hometowndebate.com • 360Don’t forget to spread the 785-3151 word! Lewis County News The Toledo Thursday a Flannery Publication product Market is now inside at the PRINTED IN CANADA. Landing.

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Obituaries In Loving Memory of Kyle S. Fanning

Kyle S. Fanning was born August 7, 1987, in Chehalis. He passed away October 22, 2022, in a motorcycle accident. Kyle died doing what he loved, riding his Harley on a sunny day. Kyle spent much of his life riding on two wheels. It wasn’t uncommon to catch him riding his bicycle around town before he could ride a motorcycle. He once rode over 300 miles from his home in Chehalis to the Washington State University campus in Pullman, Washington. He Kyle S. Fanning rode with his best buddies throughout the Northwest. Kyle owned five different motorcycles during his short life. He found much joy in riding with his close friends. After graduating from W.F. West High School in 2005, Kyle attended college at WSU in Pullman. While there, he earned his bachelor’s degree in English and sociology. Kyle was always very social, making friends wherever he went, and college was no exception. He made lifelong friends there while maintaining close relationships with his childhood friends. Kyle continued his education at the University of Southern California, where he began working on his master’s degree. Throughout Kyle’s college career and many years after, he worked in maintenance. He maintained the campuses at WSU See Kyle Page 4

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We Say We Love So We Do

There is a subject that’s not well understood and one that is not sufficiently practiced in faith-based circles. What is being spoken of here is the kingdom Jesus came to represent of His Father’s love which is in heaven. There are some verses in Matthew 16:21-23 that reveals this truth, revealing to those that read that all love is not created equal. The disciples that were steadfast in following Jesus did not understand this truth until after Christ was resurrected. Comprehension on this subject required much patience as witnessed in God’s only Son, and for this reason He brought His Father’s love to this world. “From that time forth began Jesus to shew unto His disciples, how that He must go to Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and be raised again the third day.” “Then [after listening to Jesus in what He was saying] Peter took Him, and began to rebuke Him, saying, Be it far from thee, Lord: this shall not be unto thee.” This action on Peters part needs no explanation, for each of us would have done the same, for Peter loved His Lord. But prior to this Jesus asked this question addressing His disciples, “but whom say ye I am”? (v.15) Peter put it out there while speaking for the rest of them saying, “Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God” (v.16). For this testimony, one that thrilled the heart of Christ, Jesus in verse 17 begins to call Peter blessed. “For flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but My Father which is in heaven.” This love Peter and the rest of his fellows had for Jesus was commendable, Jesus praised each for their acceptance of what their Father in heaven had revealed to them. Following this, each heart was basking in the praises that had just come from the lips that was to them all together lovely. Then Jesus began to open up to them the realities of His suffering and death, followed by His resurrection on the third day. Each disciple had a tremendous love for their Master, but that love was carnal. A carnal love along with its fallen nature is easily misdirected, something the ministry of Jesus and His mission knew nothing of. Because of sin, this world has a perverted view of what love was meant

to represent. Jesus came to this world to represent true love fashioned after the character of His Father in heaven. If there was no death in this One that came to represent true love, then it would not have been genuine. Peters’ actions in verse 22 in saying, “be it far from thee, Lord: this shall not be unto thee”, were words that Satan inspired in his heart, for his love for Jesus was great. Peter was wanting to suggest to Jesus that He need not go to Jerusalem where they were wanting to take His life. This love Jesus took to the cross was specific. Because of sin and its form of love, Jesus came to uplift His Father’s love, which characteristically is vital in that it now preserves fallen nature. Natures seed has all appearances to have died, its hardened characteristics leaves one to understand that all life has left this one-time vibrant plant while producing seeds after its kind. If those seeds are placed in the earth, the same loving power that raised Jesus from the tomb will bring about new life, producing a plant in the likeness to that which was buried. Peters’ love that was praised by Jesus in one setting and not in the next reveals this controversy surrounding what manner of love. In the beginning a loving God created, what He created did not die till sin entered this world, so upon this earth Jesus came to implant His Father’s manner of love. Now in this fallen kingdom, because of sin, love can only be truly genuine after the one professing it has died to fallen man’s misdirected love. Here Jesus came to show us the way, leaving His followers an example of Whom true love reflects. Our Father in heaven is working for the salvation of this world, He is working with what was delt Him after the choice was made at the tree of knowledge of good and evil. What happens in the seed pod is a mystery that calls forth new life. Each one of us professes to love, but is it a true representation of the example of Jesus, or a manner of love the world puts out there till death deals its final card? This is the great controversy being played out on this earth, the controversy is real, the fruit testifying what manner of love is real. Fruit is what plants the seed, be it good or bad, spreading what manner of love.

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and USC. His most recent years were spent at The Great Wolf Lodge as a maintenance engineer. Kyle was incredibly skilled at many things and worked hard all of his life. Kyle was a fantastic cook. He found joy in sharing his culinary skills with his family, coworkers and friends. He lived with his mother and made sure she was always well cared for. They had a very close relationship. In addition to the culinary arts, Kyle loved the musical arts as well. He started out playing the clarinet in grade school and blossomed from there. He was an incredible banjo, guitar and harmonica player. Music was another way Kyle made connections. He had such a big heart. Kyle was known as Uncle Kyle by his nieces and nephews, half of them related by blood, the other half were Kyle’s chosen family. His love for his own family ran deep as well as his love for his lifelong friends’ family, James and Kendra Maslowski, and their three children. Kyle is survived by his parents Joyce Fanning of Chehalis, and Scott Fanning of Centralia; and brothers Ron (Alissa) Fanning of Chehalis, and Jeremy Fanning of Grand Mound. He is also survived by his two nephews and niece: Abe, Hester and Ezra Fanning. He is preceded in death by his niece Raveena Fanning, and grandparents Faith Secena Vandervort and Charles Henderson, and Jeanette Fifield and Ronald Fanning. Kyle was a member of the Confederated Tribe of Chehalis and his Celebration of Life will be at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 9, 2022, at the Chehalis Tribe Community Center, 461 Secena Road, Oakville, Washington, 98568. The family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations in honor of Kyle Fanning be sent to Rez Animal Resources and Education at P.O. Box 8640, Lacey, Washington, 98509, or St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital at 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee, 38105.

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