Lewis County News November 17, 2021

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House fire burns in Vader Friday in Vader was not a usual day, there was a house fire which drew a lot of attention. At approximately 11:02 a.m., members of the CowlitzLewis Fire District #20 were dispatched to a reported structure fire at 810 E St. which is in the city limits of Vader. Initial reports from Central Dispatch advised that the residence was fully engulfed in flames. This was a home that had burned before in 2017. When fire district 15 arrived on the scene a singlestory wooden residence with flames showing was observed. Units from Lewis County Fire District #2 and Lewis County Fire District #5 arrived and assisted with the extinguishment of the fire. There were approximately ten firefighters on the scene from different fire districts. The hard work of the fire department helped extinguish the fire within an hour. It was contained in about an hour and firefighters stayed on scene until 3:00 p.m. There was a resident

The remains of the house fire in Vader.

The Winlock Historical Museum

Winlock Historical Museum expands its collection

by Lynnette Hoffman The Winlock Historical Museum had successfully raised enough money to buy some of the items from the Roy Richards Estate. When Roy passed away, there were many items in the Renegade Rooster that many wanted to see displayed in the Winlock Historical Museum. The Winlock Historical Museum was able to raise enough money to complete a transaction with the estate of Roy Richards for the purchase of items in his collection related to the history of the community of Winlock. During the month of October the members of the Winlock Historical Board moved files, photos, and many other artifacts from Roy’s Renegade Rooster See vader Page 3 museum.

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Some articles are now being sorted, cleaned, and organized in the Winlock Historical Museum, located in the old Fire Hall in downtown Winlock. Other items are stored, awaiting additional space for display—the next challenge of the museum. The museum board believes that these purchases have saved important history. Donations have helped make it possible to promote and preserve Winlock’s heritage for future generations. Many in the community are excited to see the purchases. The Winlock Historical Museum board wished to thank the community for the generous donations to our fund-raising program conducted during the summer months.

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Well, it looks like only Wednesday and Friday will be the break we need! Then it’s back to scattered showers, the typical weather for western Washington. Congratulations Winlock Cardinal Football for beating Walla Walla. On Friday, the school had a big kickoff for the kids. At this time we do not know if there will be one before the game. They played hard and fought a hard battle, but in the end it was the win for Winlock. I have been informed that Winlock will not be having their annual Turkey Bingo this year due to COVID. Hopefully, they will be able to bring it back next year. It was a long few hours when the Winlock Railroad tracks were blocked. There are many ways around but unfortunately they are time consuming. It also slows down our emergency services, just know this group knows the backroads and they will be there as soon as they can. Heidi Howland is putting together a group for Christmas Caroling this year, look for more details as they become available. Winlock Food Bank: There has been a huge increase in demand at the local food bank. They will be hosting a donation event from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. More information to follow in coming weeks.

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Toledo is headed for a few days of nice weather and then scattered showers. Wednesday and Friday look great. I get this information off my app on my phone. Is it accurate? Probably not, but it might be close. Toledo High School Art Committee has reviewed the work for the mascot, contact the school for more information on how you can help choose the best mascot. What a comeback! Toledo 3-2 MVC (64th min) header by Marina Smith assist off Rose Dillions corner. (80th Min) freekick by Rose Dillion (2nd OT) Vanesa Rodriguez assist by Marina Smith. Toledo had 12 shots and 5 corners, Daphne Bybee had 14 saves. For those who order from Sahara Pizza, they will be closed so feel free to visit their location in Napavine. Christmas in Toledo is coming. On December 4, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. They will have a lot of gifts. More information to come in. The Toledo Thursday Market is starting to wind down, this is their last full month. If you haven’t been to the Market, I can not recommend it enough. They have so many yummy things! December 4 is the day that Santa will be coming to Toledo City Park. There is more information to come, mark your calendars between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. More information to come. The Scavenger Hunt for seniors is also coming up, it’s not in Toledo but on Hamilton Rd. near Napavine, not that far away. More information to come. There are all types of events happening for Christmas, See Toledo Page 4

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Social Club will be having a potluck and Bingo on November 20. Bring your favorite dish to the Community Hall at 5:00 p.m. The meeting will start at 6:00 p.m. with Bingo to follow. They will also be having a White Elephant gift exchange. Bring a small item if you would like to participate. VFW Meeting November 22, 11:30 a.m. inside the Community Hall. Ryderwood History Club meets on November 22 in the Community Hall. Their meeting will be starting at 2:00 p.m. The club would also like to extend their gratitude to Lynn and Doug Miller, and the Ryderwood Library for their gracious contribution of historical books. For more information about Ryderwood History Club contact Norm Meadows at 360-749-9205. Please text or leave a message. There has been a huge increase in demand at the local food bank. They will be hosting a donation event from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. More information to follow in coming weeks. Cafe Menu Reminder reservations are required by Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. for Thursday Dinners. November 18 - Ham served with scalloped potatoes, veggies, a roll and dessert. This meal will be served by Donna Vaughan. No Meal November 25 Every Monday at the Cafe is “Hamburger Night.” Your choice of fish, chicken or veggie burgers along with a soup See ryderwood Page 4

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staying on the property in a travel trailer. As in our small communities, the occupant was removed by his neighbors. He was taken to the hospital in a privately owned vehicle to be checked. His condition is unknown at the time of print. No other injuries were reported. Cowlitz/Lewis Fire Chief Richard Underdahl stated, “The fire could not have been successfully extinguished without the mutual aid agencies, we appreciate their help! The value of loss with both the home and trailer are unknown at this time.” The residence was involved in a previous fire in 2017 and was still standing, but not inhabited. A fire investigator was called and responded to the scene. The incident is under investigation.

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NAPAVINE – Below is the Napavine School District First Semester Honor Roll for students in grades 7 to 12. Perfect GPA’s are indicated with an *. Students with a FPA between 3.51 and 4.0 are on the Superintendent’s list; 3.25 to 3.5 are on the Principal’s list; and 3.0 to 3.24 are on the Honorable Mention list. 12th: *Hallie Denault, *Glade Shannon, *Makensee Taliaferro Bouge; Superintendent’s List: Lucas Dahl, Keith Olson, Gavin Parker; Principal’s List: Sophie Firestone, Patricia Helsing, Natalya Marcial, Victoria Rutherford, Alondra Sevilla; Honorable Mention: Khalil Bell, Nicolas Hayes, Ashtin Landry 11th: * M a d y s o n B e l l , *Amanda Brossard, *Trinket Ettner, *Ethan Pinion; Superintendent’s List: Kairi Ayers, Chloe Ford, Elijah Fulleton, Jennifer Zhikhor; Principal’s List: Lisa Cruz, Dyllan Doxsee, Koltin Landry, Mario Lara, Deacon Parker; Honorable Mention: Kristin Brandt, Austin Chapman, Damein Garcia, Cody Keys, Katelynn Metcalf-

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The VADER CITY COUNCIL will be holding three in person 2022 Budget Public Hearings at 6:00 at City Hall. One on October 28th, 2021, November 11th, 2021 and December 2nd, 2021. Please remember masks are required. Public comment is encouraged. Share comments at the hearing, or BEFORE THE MEETING, by email vadercity@centurylink. net or deliver in writing to City Hall to be read aloud by the City Clerk/Treasurer at the hearing.

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ORDINANCE NO. 624 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF NAPAVINE, WASHINGTON, AMENDING CHAPTER 13.04 NMC; ESTABLISHING AN INCREASE DEMAND CHARGE OF ONE DOLLAR TO WATER RATES FOR RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL CONNECTIONS INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE CITY LIMITS ORDINANCE NO. 625 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF NAPAVINE, WASHINGTON, DETERMINING AND FIXING THE AMOUNT OF REVENUE TO BE RAISED BY AD VALOREM TAXES DURING THE CALENDAR YEAR 2022 ORDINANCE NO. 626

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Barney 10th: *Briza Contreras Sardina, *Caden Mikota; Superintendent’s List: Nikkolena Ahmann, Bryce Bersinger, Karessa Daily, Ashton Demarest, Eden Engel, Maguire Finn, James Grose, Conner Holmes, Case Jeg, Brody Landram, Sawyer Marshall, Gracie Peters, Jarin Prather, Grayson Rushton, Marvic Sandoval Amador, Ignacio Sevilla-Moctezuma, Cael Stanley, Edith Stratis, Anna Thompson, Roberto Vasquez, Jenna Williams; Principal’s List: Cody Aust, Trevor Bowen, Chase Brade, Dawson Cramer, Justin Davidson, Gabe Dickinson, William Donnelly, Natalia Luna, Dylan Mueller, Keira O’Neill, Avery Schutz, Jordyn Watson; Honorable Mention: Grace Gall, Lane Mitchell, Phillip Thomas, Olsen Vazquez 9th: *Jaynalee Anders, *Mason Ball, *Haley Gallagher, *Ji Emily Kang; Superintendent’s List: Ethan Barber, Kaleah Daily, Patience Dour, Maesen Griffith, Riley Griffith, Jadon Hansen,

Keldy Hendricks, Savannah Johnson, Cayle Kelly, Austin Lyons, Jessie McCoy, Landon McNamara, Franklin Pihl, Pablo Ruedas-Guido, Colin Shields, Emma Stewart, Logan Ulmer, Mirella Vasquez, Daniel Webster; Principal’s List: Lillian Massey, Jack Nelson; Honorable Mention: Juan Cruz Jr., Elissa Gilbert, Diego Martinez, Daniel Ross, Nahomi Ruedas-Guido, Adin Stratton, Tyson Williams 8th: *Jeffrey Anderson, * Ethan Ondong; Superintendent’s List: Callon Bullock, Stephanie Camacho Chavez, Hudson Chambers, Nolan Gaskill, Ryan Groves, Hayden Kaut, Lyla Kirkpatrick, Alexis Ludlow, Cindy Mendez-Reyes, Reina Rothbauer, Kaden Smith, Wyatt Stroup, Luke Wachter, Tyler Watson, Grady Wilson; Principal’s List: Lillian Blair, Annabelle Cserni, Taylen Evander, Clara Fay, Hannah Fay, Peyton Hernandez, Masen Jeg, Maya Kunkel, Chase Manion, Abigail Marcial, Hayden North, Gabriella Noszlopy, Kevin Ruedas-

Guido, Landon Schouten; Honorable Mention: Kaitlyn Aschenbrenner, Brianne Brade, Ryder Burkett, Joshua Chisnell, Maddie Dickinson, Charley Hollinger, Kendall Kelly, Brianna Lara, Caleb Odlin, Kennedy Purvis 7th: Superintendent’s List: Lillian Beichler, Landon Engelbertson, Jayla Engkraf, Lukas Lintner, Sydney Ludlow, Macie Mikota, Brycen Milton, Dylan Odlin, Jaxin Prather, Scarlett Schlicker, Alexis Schutz, Autym Sutherland, Nicholle Valentine, Deanna Zagorodniy; Principal’s List: Landon Ambeau, Drake Barnes, Skylar Conradi, Naomi Ford, Archer Freeman, Anna Guenther, Logan Hansen, Luis Hernandez, Eleanor McKinley, Lonna Novak, Nora Schoonover, Justus Stoker; Honorable Mention: Makaylynn Arias, Paylynn Armitage, Calleigh Cramer, Jaxon Gilbert, Beckett Landram, Jenna Libby, Jackson Magana, E lizabeth Massey, Yessenia Mejia Rodriguez, Charlie Stratton, Leighton Watt, Jonathan Woods

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Rake up and bag your leaves so gardeners and composters can put them to good use. Bagged leaves may be dropped off on the event day. Leaves will be available for pickup each day on a firstcome, first-served basis, while supplies last. You can also drop off your block and food-service Styrofoam during the event. Make sure the Styrofoam is clean, dry and free of tape. Put each type in clear plastic bags for drop-off. WSU Lewis County Master Recycler Composter volunteers will be on hand to inspect material for drop off and help the event run smoothly. Please social distance and mask up when participating in the event. Questions: 360-740-1451 or email jason.adams@lewiscountywa.gov. WSU Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local WSU Extension office.


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Local football updates this week Congratulations to Winlock High School Football team for their win over Walla Walla - 64-60. They play November 20 in Quilcene - time to be determined.

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Congratulations to the Toledo Football team for their win over Davenport. The score was 44-35. They will play Kalama on November 20 - time to be determined.

Congratulations Napavine for your win over Adna, next game is November 20 in Forks - time to be determined.

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