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September 18, 2019

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Toledo High School seniors’ last first day of school By Merrilee Bark Schools have started up again, and seniors are experiencing their last first day of school. Many are conflicted about their feelings on leaving the high school this year. I talked to a few seniors at Toledo High School to get their opinion on their last first day, and how they feel about graduating. Andrea Jones’ first day went well, especially when she had free pizza for the seniors. "I’m sad to graduate, but also excited to start the next part of my life," she said.

"My last first day was surreal," claimed Michael Echtle. "It felt like another day at THS, but the entire time I had this looming feeling that this is my last year at the school I've loved so much." Michael feels a bit scared of graduation. "I don't feel like it should be over but at the same time I'm excited about what will come after." Levi Lerma felt refreshed to see his teachers and peers, and he feels confident about the upcoming year including graduation. "My last first day of school was pretty boring

and normal, as you would expect. Graduation day can't come soon enough," commented Dylan Thompson. Josiah Smith's day went great. "I got to see friends again, and I'm on track to graduate," he said. As for graduating he said, "I can't wait, because I'm tired of waking up early." "My last first day went really good," claimed Alexis Ball. "I was really excited to finally start my senior year at THS. I started my school day by announcing new upcoming activities for See Toledo Page 6

Rylee Birdwell has undergone more than most young adults will ever have to endure. On July 25, 2019, Rylee’s life changed forever when she had a seizure that led to emergency brain surgery. Rylee Birdwell is a recent graduate of Toledo High School. On July 25, at approximately 11:00 a.m., Rylee had a seizure at a local restaurant. Emergency services were called and she was rushed to Centralia General Hospital. The hospital took a CT scan and the family was informed she had a tumor the size of a golf ball. They immediately sent Rylee to SW Regional Medical Hospital in Vancouver, Washington. Rylee was in ICU for two days. Friday night they informed Rylee and her family she would need extensive brain surgery on Monday, July 29. During the weekend, Rylee was moved to a suite where her family and friends could spend time with her. On July 29 at 12:30 pm, Rylee was in surgery for 7 hours. The Doctors were able to remove most of the tumor, but there is still a small portion left. During the surgery, the surgeon cracked the skull causing brain swelling and pain. After the surgery, Rylee was in ICU for 12 days. She was then moved to inpatient rehabilitation at the hospital. She was in

Photo courtesy of Rylee Birdwell Rylee Birdwell with her mother Lorinne Birdwell in the background.

rehab for approximately 12 days, and in the hospital for almost a month. A long time for a young lady. Rylee was discharged and finally able to come home. Rylee has some lingering blindness in her right eye. She is still using a walker and will continue to endure physical therapy. Donna’s Place is hav-

ing a fundraiser for Rylee on October 5, 2019. She is currently collecting items for a silent auction. Lorinne Birdwell stated, “I am hoping we can raise some money for Rylee to ease up on some of the medical expenses. Rylee will continue to have brain scans and physical therapy See rylee Page 4


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It looks like fall is finally upon us, this week expect a few showers. The one thing beautiful about the fall in the Pacific Northwest is the leaves turning. I have been to the east coast to see the fall foliage and I must say, ours is just as beautiful. Take a trip on the Wildwood road and you will see what I mean. The Winlock Saturday Market continues through the month of September. If you get a chance, stop by and support your local vendors. Don’t forget to shop at the Winlock Thrift Store or eat lunch at the Rowdy Rooster. All proceeds go to help the Winlock-Vader Food bank. Winlock Timberland Regional Library September 18 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. is Kerry Grombacher - A modern Troubadour. Come listen to songs and stories of the American West. September 19 from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. is Junior Page Turners for ages 3-6. Join a lively book discussion, enjoy snacks, and a craft or activity related to the book. Register at the library up to three weeks before the meeting and pick up the featured book, Squids Will Be Squids by Jon Scieszka. Anyone in grades 1-3 is invited. Refreshments are provided by the Friends of the Winlock Timberland Library. September 20 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. is Family Storytime. Music, movement, books and activities for the whole family. All ages welcome. Children must be accompanied by a participating adult. This is an early learning program. September 24 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. is Pour Painting. Mix colors and pour paint over your canvas to make a low-effort, one of a kind artwork! All materials are provided. September 25 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. is Teen Takeover. Teens! This is your time to hang out at the library and play games, or just chat with friends. This event will be held after regular hours, no other library services will be available. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Winlock Timberland Library.

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Once again Toledo, you have shown us what you are made of. In a recent article by The Daily News in Longview, it shows test scores for Toledo in Math and English. Toledo was the only school in the circulation that scored higher than the state average. Again Toledo, well done! Fall is here, there is no doubt about it. The rain is here, the leaves are changing colors, it’s a beautiful time in the Pacific Northwest. Cowlitz Prairie Grange is having their monthly breakfast on September 21 from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. This month special is blueberry pancakes. You can have pancakes and eggs or biscuits and gravy. All for only $5 and the proceeds go to benefit the grange maintenance and scholarships. The Toledo Senior Center is continuing its silent auction through September. If you have not had a chance to go down and place your bid, now is the time. The Toledo Food Bank is open from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on the second and fourth Fridays behind city hall. Donations may be dropped off during open hours, or contact city hall for arrangements. Especially appreciated are personal grooming items including ladies sanitary supplies, toilet paper, baby formula, diapers, and pet food. September 28 is the day for the Esther Borte “Walk in the Park.” Another great event in Toledo. Hope to see you there. Coming on October 5 is the fundraiser for Rylee Birdwell. If you have items for the silent auction, please feel free to contact Donna Wallace at Donna’s Place at 360-864-2700 Toledo High School Sports Football: Sept 20th @ Napavine 7:00 bus @ 4:30 JV Football: Sept 16th @ Rainier 6:00 bus 4:15Sept 23rd vs. Napavine 6:00 Soccer: Sept 21st vs Napavine 6:00 Sept 23rd @ Winlock 6:00 bus @4:45 Volleyball: Sept 19th vs Winlock 5:45/7:00 Sept 21st @ Centerville Tournament 9:00 am (Centraila) bus@8:00am Sept 23rd @ Tenino 7:00 bus @ 4:40

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Ryderwood News by CISSY SANDERS 360 295 3813

This summer is unusually cool and damp. It has been a blessing. Rain totals for our region are still way below normal, so the recent rains have provided a timely reprieve. This Thursday evening has the monthly “Sing-Spiration” gospel music on the calendar. Held in the beautiful Ryderwood Community Church at 6:00 p.m., performers should arrive about 5:45 p.m. The new sound system is great! Light refreshments follow. The menu for Friday evening’s café dinner will be Linda’s slow roasted pork chops. The meal includes all the fixin’s (beverage, salad, sides and dessert) for one very fair price with no tax, no tip. Reservations are required: call or text Linda at 360-749-1838 by Wednesday. No reservations are needed for Monday nights at the café. Burgers (beef, chicken, veggie), homemade soups and salads are served from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. The Ukulele Club will follow burgers this week at 7:00 p.m. The menu for the Senior lunch on Tuesday the 24th will be: bean and bacon soup with a turkey half sandwich and sliced oranges. The meals are prepared in CAP’s Grounds for Opportunity Café and Training Kitchen in Kelso and delivered fresh and hot to Ryderwood. Call or text Bridgette at 541-290-2591 by 4:00 p.m. on Monday to make reservations. All readers are invited to all of the above. Saturday afternoon has the Social Club Annual Picnic in the Park. Bring a favorite potluck dish and join the group for a fun time. It starts at 5:00 p.m., and ends when everyone goes home. Ryderwood’s annual Firewise Expo will be held Sunday at the café from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. There will be refreshments and information available. Sunday also has card bingo at the café at 6:30 p.m. For $3, you get an evening of fun and some go home with more quarters than came with. All are invited.

Vader News By Samantha Lovelady

Citizen update: Some of you might remember that Connar Young was in a near fatal accident while driving S. Military on his motorcycle a few months back. This has been a long road, so far. Sadly, I got word from his brother that he might be losing his arm in the near future. This is an extremely rough time for his family and they are asking for your prayers as they continue to struggle with the aftermath of the accident. For info on helping Connar please contact Caleb Young via Facebook. That brings me to another topic. Bikes on the detour roads. Our weather might be turning rough, but there is still heavy motorcycle traffic. Drive safe. Check your blind spots. You might just save a bikers life. I missed the meeting. I was stuck at home unable to walk after getting stung multiple times. I heard it was a great productive meeting. I'll update you all once the recording is posted. See vader Page 3


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Operating hours are Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Phone: (360) 785-4325 Olequa Senior Center Nutrition Lunch Menu: Today, Wednesday, September 18: broccoli chicken Friday, September 20: pork roast Wednesday, September 25: Salisbury steak Nutrition meals are provided to adults 60 years and up with a suggested donation of $3 - $5, and served at noon sharp. Show up early to find your seat and make new friends. Live music every Wednesday here at the senior center from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Join us. Wednesday, September 18: We will have two representatives from Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors here at the center from 11:00 a.m. - p.m. Part of the insurance commissioner’s consumer protection services, SHIBA providesfree, unbiased and confidential assistance with Medicare and health care choices. No appointment necessary, so please stop in if you would like to speak with them about your health

insurance. Thursday, September 19: Thursday lunch and ice cream social. All ages are welcome at these events. Noon we will be serving a $5 lunch that will included pulled pork sandwiches, chips, fresh melon chunks and coleslaw. Coffee and iced tea is always included. Then at one, our ever popular ice cream social begins. Adults 60 years or older get their first scoop for free. Additional scoops and under 60 years $2 per scoop. 16 oz. root beer floats for $3, large banana split for a $5. Monday, September 23: Join DR Zora at 11:00 a.m. for a free presentation on how to recognizethe signs of a stroke. Tuesday, September 24 Breakfast: biscuits & gravy, sausage and eggs. $5. 8:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. All ages, drinks included. Saturday, October 12: Join us for our annual murder mystery dinner. This year’s theme is 1980’s Hawaiian Prom. Tickets are on sale now. $15 presale and $20 at the door. Open to all ages and helps keep our center open. Parts still needed.

Fall is on the way. The spider webs are here. We welcome you to our center. Our operating hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday to Friday. Come and join us in all the activities that we have here. We serve our Nutrition meals every Wednesday and Friday starting at noon. These lunches are funded by the AAA and a donation of $5 is appreciated for those over 60 years of age. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED (call 360-864-2112). Friday, September. 20: pork roast, mashed potatoes with gravy, Riviera vegetables, applesauce, and wheat roll. Wednesday, September 26: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes with gravy, baby carrots, peaches, and dinner roll. Friday, September 27: tater tot casserole, Normandy vegetables, apricots, garlic bread stick, and raspberry sherbet. We are now going to serve Cook’s Choice lunches on Mondays ONLY. No more Thursday lunches. This will still be

a fundraiser and we start serving at 11:30 a.m. Our silent auction is now going on. We have a lot of new goodies for you to see. We are starting a SAIL class on September 17 from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. It will meet every Tuesday and Friday. Erica Castro is our instructor. The class will emphasize low impact, strength and balance exercises. If you are interested, come and join. The cost will be $30 as it is run through Centralia college. On September 21, we will be holding our Harvest Dinner. It will feature roast beef with all the trimmings. The Two Town Tuners will be our entertainment. The cost will be a donation of $3 - $5 as this is an Enrichment Meal. Reservations are required, so please call ahead 360-864-2112. We are offering Free Ukulele Lessons on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month from 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. If you plan to stay for lunch, please call ahead for The City reserves the right to; reject any and Publish: September 11 and 18, 2019 reservations. all responses, waive minor irregularities in 85097 any responses submitted; request clarification

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LAST Reminder: the Open House to discuss Vader's New Comp Plan will be held on Monday, September 23, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at Vader City Hall. For more information please reach out to Jill at city hall. Lions Club has started meeting again on the first

and third Thursday of the month at the Little Crane Cafe. Meetings are from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. But feel free to stop in early for lunch. Vader Lions is a great organization that is vital for our community. Contact Anita at the Little Crane Cafe for more info.

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Off with a bang! Winlock High School’s kick off

CITY OF NAPAVINE, WASHINGTON ORDINANCE NO. 584-B AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NAPAVINE, LEWIS COUNTY, WASHINGTON AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURES FROM THE STREET FUND AMENDING THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2019; AND PROVIDING FOR THE CLERK-TREASURER TO IMPLEMENT THESE CHANGES. CITY OF NAPAVINE, WASHINGTON ORDINANCE NO. 584-C AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NAPAVINE, LEWIS COUNTY, WASHINGTON AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURES FROM THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE FUND AMENDING THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2019; AND PROVIDING FOR THE CLERK-TREASURER TO IMPLEMENT THESE CHANGES.

By Taylor Tait Although school started only last week, Winlock High School has kicked off. We welcome all the new freshmen and our one new teacher, Mr. Tony Lockett. While school has been PASSED by the City council of the City of Napavine, settling, fall sports have exWashington, at a regularly scheduled open public meeting ploded with fans and family this 10th day of September, 2019. CITY OF NAPAVINE, WASHINGTON ORDINANCE NO. 596 AN ORDINANCE OF THE NAPAVINE CITY COUNCIL, ADOPTING THE 2019-2024 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN, AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE THEREOF.

The above is a summary of Ordinances 584-B, 584-C and 596. They may be viewed in its entirety at the ClerkTreasurer’s office, 407 Birch Avenue SW, Napavine. Washington 98565

members. Winlock’s girl’s soccer team, coached by Brian Ziese, played their first game of the season taking their first win over Evergreen Lutheran at 2-1. The Winlock football team, coached by Earnest Samples, crushed North Beach at 49-0, and yesterday had their first

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to regain her strength. Being able to drive, work or even go to college is not a possibility until she is better.” The community of Toledo is generous, and they support their own. Lorrine said it best, “the community has been our rock. It’s been our saving grace. People have called or visited, we feel very blessed to live in this community. If you would like to donate items for the silent auction, please feel free to contact Donna Wallace at 36085098 864-2700.

The Open House will be held on Monday, September 23rd, 2019 at 6:00 pm at Vader City Hall. They wish all who are interested in commenting on the planning and growth of Vader to attend. City Hall is wheelchair accessible however, if you have special needs, please contact city staff in advance of the meeting at 360-295-3222 to make special arrangements. Publish: September 11 and 18, 2019

home game beating Fort Vancouver 47-6. Their next game is a non-conference home game against Clatskanie. Please come and support! The football team is also participating in “Touchdowns against Cancer” to fight child cancer. However, they can’t do it without your help. Please go to pledgeit.org to learn more. Also, thanks to the Cardinal pep band, directed by

Karl Scarborough, for playing at yesterday's home game. Lastly, the varsity volleyball team, coached by Chastity Pennington, had their first home game on Thursday triumphing over North Beach with 3 wins to 1. The tiebreaker game ended with Winlock at 25 - North Beach 19. They will have another home game vs. Ilwaco next Monday. Please come support your Lady Cards! Winlock High School’s first class meetings were held this week, and students are now running for class officer positions. *Results will be posted next week. This year, candidates are officially running. Rather than a hasty vote, candidates will promote themselves. A reminder that one who is running should actually have a plan and intend to participate. *To all students, teachers, and classes with fundraisers, stories, or general announcements they would like in the school articles, please contact ttait@winlock.wednet.edu.


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Tips For Teens: Wisdom Teeth Removal By Melanie Langley Teens and young adults often get their wisdom teeth removed around ages 1725. Mine were removed a couple of weeks ago at age 16. I had never been to a dentist appointment before going in to get my wisdom teeth checked and setting a date for the extraction. I was more than a little nervous about the whole thing. I figured that I’d compile every piece of advice I could in hopes that it helps someone else who is anxious about their wisdom teeth removal. Before you set a date

for the procedure be sure you’ve found a dentist or oral surgeon you trust. Now that seems like what most people do, but people will trade convenience for safety and set an appointment with someone who can get them in earlier rather than wait and have it done by a professional they trust. Never skip asking questions if you’re worried or curious about a specific step or the procedure as a whole. Double check that you know what kind of anesthetic the dentist will use. Follow the instructions given to you the day of the procedure. Depending

on your anesthetic the instructions could vary. I had local anesthesia and nitrous oxide (known as “laughing gas”) and I treated it as a normal dentist appointment and brushed my teeth before going. Bring someone with you just in case you don’t feel aware enough to drive afterward, or simply for comfort and support during the surgery. It’s okay to be anxious about this. It’s even okay to have a panic attack. The professional performing the surgery will be understanding and help you the best they can. After the procedure follow the instructions given

to you for the next few days. If you get stitches that don’t dissolve you’ll go in a week after the surgery to get them removed. I got nervous about the stitches too, but it was over in a minute and I didn’t feel a thing. Eat soft foods for a while, you can probably find recommendations online or get them from your dentist. Also, take any prescriptions given to you as instructed. You’ll probably be in mild discomfort or pain for a few days but it will subside. Here I am two weeks later, I survived and I feel back to normal, so you’ll be just fine!

Local student makes Honor Roll at OSU

Napavine - 3.5 or Better: Brittany L. Ross, Junior, Names of students who have made the Scholastic Honor Roll spring term 2019 have been announced by Psychology. Oregon State University. A total of 1,327 students earned straight-A (4.0). Another 4,352 earned a B-plus (3.5) or better to make the listing. To be on the Honor Roll, students must carry at least 12 graded hours of course work. Student on the Honor Roll included:

Napavine fall sports begin

By Melanie Langley Fall sports in Napavine are off to a fantastic start! Sports have always been important to our community, and we have very talented athletes at our high school. This week I went around and interviewed players from our football, soccer, and volleyball teams. I asked them about their own outlook on the season ahead of them, as well as a few goals they wanted to achieve. Starting with football, I interviewed two juniors on the team: Laythan Demerest and Cade Evander. They both say that the team is performing very well during practices, though there are still errors they want to overcome. “I’m proud of how we performed as a team,” Cade remarked when asked about the first game of the season against Liberty. Laythan hopes the team continues to improve and that they prove people wrong by advancing to the championship. The Napavine Tigers won their first game of the season against Liberty 39-12. See napavine Page 8

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One deceased in single-vehicle crash west of Chehalis

Chehalis – Lewis County Fire District 6 crews responded to a report of an unknown-if-injury, singlevehicle rollover collision west of Chehalis Saturday evening. 911 callers reported the crash just after 8:00 p.m. Saturday in the 400 block of Highway 603, west of Chehalis. On arrival, crews located one vehicle off the roadway on its top, with the single occupant of the vehicle ejected. Rescue efforts were

unsuccessful, and the patient was pronounced deceased at the scene. Fire and medic crews cleared the scene, turning the scene over to law enforcement. Crews from the Chehalis Fire Department and American Medical Response also responded. The cause of the crash is under investigation by the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. Further inquiries regarding the collision should be directed to law enforcement.

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In the Matter of the Estate o f G AY L E N D M E R E L L WILMOVSKY, Deceased. No. 19-4-00308-21 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS PLEASE TAKE NOTICE The Personal Representative named below has been appointed as Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of this notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and non-probate assets.

In the Matter of the Estate ofCHRISTIAN GEORGE KAMPBICH, Deceased. No. 194-00309-21 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS PLEASE TAKE NOTICE The Co-Personal Representatives named below have been appointed as Co-Personal Representatives of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Co-Personal Representatives or the Co-Personal Representatives’ attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Co-Personal Representatives served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of this notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and non-probate assets.

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The girls on the volleyball team were undefeated at their jamboree beating out Adna, Pe Ell and Willapa Valley. Junior Vannie Fagerness talks about how they’re playing more as a team this year rather than depending on individuals. Sophomore Skyla Ettner echoed her thoughts telling of how well they work to-

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looking really great this year. Chloe Stewart, a senior on the team is proud of how the team performed during the jamboree. She talked about how this year the team has much better communication and everyone gets along very well. Junior Rissa Luurs is optimistic about the future of the season and believes the team will win a great deal more than they have in the past. Chloe spoke on how there was a ton more commitment to summer practice than there has been in the past, and that everyone on the team will likely

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