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Larkin running for Attorney General

Matt Larkin

By Lynnette Hoffman Matt Larkin, candidate for Attorney General in Washington State, took time out of his busy schedule to talk to our readers about why he is running and what he hopes to accomplish. He is a young attorney and father. He has concerns about the future of our state. “When I decided to get into this race, I didn’t do it to advance myself or to start a political career,” Larkin said. “I did it because I’m a father of four young kids who are all under 10 years old, and someone needed to step up and fight for them.

This state is not headed in the right direction.” When talking with Larkin, you know he cares about his family and those young who don’t have a say, he stated, “Our kids and grandkids deserve a cleaner, safer Washington, and they deserve it now. We need a fresh approach and an Attorney General who will make Washington State the number one priority. My wife and I can’t even take our kids to the local park anymore because of the tents, trash and needles. This is unacceptable! “ Larkin is also a business owner, he understands the burden put on business owners in today's environment, Larkin continued, “As a business owner myself, I understand how difficult it is to run and own a business in Washington State. Businesses here are overburdened with high taxes and heavy, outdated regulations. This needs to change! I will stand up for small businesses in Washington, and not sue them at every turn like our current AG likes to do.”

Unified Conservative Protest a huge success

By Lynnette Hoffman The Unified Conservatives Protest at the Merten Ranch in Toledo was a huge success. There was thought to be as many as 1500 people in attendance. There were many speakers, but the energy of the crowd kept the room excited for the entire 3-hour event. If you had been to a Culp Rally in the past, this was far and above what his pre-primary rallies were. See larkin Page 4 This was an event for the

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people, to hear what their candidates had to say. This event has been hailed as the biggest event for candidates in Lewis County. The event drew many from all over. The evening started with the Star Spangled Banner and an invocation by Common Ground, the band that tours with Loren Culp. Then, Glen Morgan of “We the Governed” MC’d the entire event. Morgan stated, “I was honored to MC the Culp rally last night. It See protest Page 4

Schools are starting to open up, slowly and in modified schedules but they are opening. Below, is the information from the superintendents of Winlock and Toledo School Districts. Winlock will begin inperson learning first, Toledo will follow the next week. Remember that if your student feels ill, Do Not send them to school. Winlock: Winlock Miller Elementary School reopened for Grades 1-5 at Winlock Miller Elementary School on Monday, October 19. Some opening safety protocols include multiple health attestation stations, 6 feet distancing throughout the building and in the classrooms, staggering recess schedules, having students eat in the classrooms instead of the cafeteria, and the installation of water dispensers instead of water fountains. Kindergarten has been fully open daily since September 28. The schedule beginning Monday is grades K-3 will operate daily Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., and Wednesday 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Grades 4 and 5 will operate at the same time on a Hybrid schedule on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday with Wednesday being a remote learning day. Any family of a K-5 student who wishes to be on a remote schedule may continue to do so. Toledo: Toledo School District Board of Directors approved a plan to gradually return students to inperson instruction. Beginning on October 26, students in grades 2 and 3 will join Kindergarteners at Toledo Elementary School. Students will attend on-campus during either a morning or afternoon session. On November 2, grades 1, 4, and 5 will round out the return to the elementary. “We’re working on making sure that our classes remain in distinct cohorts to reduce the spread of the virus and to aid with contact tracing should someone test positive,” said TES Principal Angela Bacon. Call Today & See Why We Say...

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hearing on the preliminary revenues for the 2021 budget on Tuesday, October 27, 2020, 6:00 p.m. at Napavine City Hall, 407 Birch Ave. SW, Napavine, WA. The NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING preliminary revenues for the 2021 budget Notice is hereby given that the City Council have been filed with the Clerk’s office and of the City of Napavine will hold a public is available to the public upon request. Comments may be made in writing to

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City of Napavine Napavine, Washington Notice of Application and of Public Hearing HEARING DATE: Monday, October 26, 2020 TIME: 6:00 p.m. LOCATION: City of Napavine Council Chambers 407 Birch Ave SW Napavine, WA 98565 SUBJECT: The City Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the applications of Kevin Klumper (Napavine Adventures LLC) for (a) Land Use Application for the construction of 14 multi-family units within 3 separate buildings; (b) a related Environmental Determination of Non-Significance, (DNS), under the State Environmental Policy Act, (SEPA); and (c) Variance Application to waive offsite road improvements. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Napavine has received applications for a Planned Unit Development that provides for the construction of 14 two story multi-family units within 3 separate buildings. Pursuant to NMC 17.88.070, the City of Napavine established

a comment period on said applications and the Applications through testimony or written scheduled a public hearing on the applications comments. The public has the right to receive and the proposed development. notice of and to participate in any hearings; to request a copy of the decision once made; and to 1. Case File Name/Number: Sommerville Road any appeal rights that may apply. Development 12. The deadline for submitting written comments 2. Date of Application: September 8, 2020 is October 26, 2020. Written comments received 3. Date Site Plan Application was deemed by the City on or before October 26, 2020, will be complete: September 8, 2020. considered by the City Planning Commission. 5. Date of Notice of Complete Application: 13. A consolidated staff report, the SEPA N/A. checklist, and the SEPA DNS will be available 6. Description of Proposed Project: Applicant for inspection by the public at no cost beginning proposes to construct 14 multi-family units within October 13, 2020. 3 separate buildings meeting the requirements 14. The deadline for submitting a SEPA appeal of the City of Napavine’s Commercial Zoning and/or any appeal of the final decisions on the District. substantive Applications is 30 days following 7. Project permits included with the Applications: final decision on the Applications. None. 15. Name and contact information for owner / 8. Further studies requested by reviewing applicant / applicant’s representative: authorities: None. Owner: Napavine Adventures LLC 9. Other permits not included in the Application: Applicant: Kevin Klumper The Application does not include applications for Representative: Robert Balmelli, PE or relating to building permits. RB Engineering 10. Existing environmental documents that 91 SW 13th Street evaluate the proposed project: SEPA Checklist by Chehalis, WA 98532 Applicant dated July 20, 2020; and Determination (360) 740-8919 of Non-Significance by the City of Napavine dated 16. Description of site: The proposed site is October 13, 2020. Said document(s) are available approximately 9.04 acres in size, vacant, with for review and comment in the same manner as primarily grasses. described herein for the Applications. 17. Information about the applications may be 11. The public has the right to comment on examined by the public from October 13, 2020,

through October 26, 2020, at Napavine City Hall, 407 Birch Ave SW, Napavine, Washington, on business days between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (Note: Closed between 12:00 and 1:00) 18. The authority for this review is described in the Napavine Municipal Code (NMC) 17.28 C and C-1 Districts; NMC 17.88 Administration and Enforcement; NMC Title 18 Environment; NMC Title 12 Streets, Sidewalk and Public Places; and the 2017 City of Napavine Comprehensive Growth Management Plan 2003-2023 (as updated). The public hearing will be conducted in accordance with rules of procedure adopted by NMC 17.88070 and NMC 17.88.100. The final decision on the Applications will be made by the Napavine City Council. For further information, please contact Bryan Morris, Public Works/Community Development Director at (360) 262-9344. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED to attend this public hearing. Dated this 26th day of October, 2020. Bryan Morris Director of Public Works/Community Development Publish: October 21, 2020

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City of Napavine Napavine, Washington Notice of Application and of Public Hearing HEARING DATE: Monday, October 26, 2020 TIME: 6:00 p.m. LOCATION: City of Napavine Council Chambers 407 Birch Ave SW Napavine, WA 98565 SUBJECT: The City Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the applications of Jerry Nixon (Nixon Construction) for (a) Land Use Application for the construction a 5000 square feet industrial building; (b) a related Environmental Determination of Non-Significance, (DNS), under the State Environmental Policy Act, (SEPA); and (c) Variance Application to waive offsite frontage road improvements. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Napavine has received applications for a Binding Site Plan that provides for the construction of a 5000 square feet industrial building. Pursuant to NMC 17.88.070, the City of Napavine established a comment period on said applications and scheduled a public hearing on the applications

and the proposed development.

1. Case File Name/Number: Nixon Industrial Storage Building 2. Date of Application: September 22, 2020 3. Date Site Plan Application was deemed complete: September 22, 2020. 5. Date of Notice of Complete Application: N/A. 6. Description of Proposed Project: Applicant proposes to construct a 5000 square feet industrial building meeting the requirements of the City of Napavine’s Commercial/Industrial Zoning District. 7. Project permits included with the Applications: Fill and Grade Permit 8. Further studies requested by reviewing authorities: None. 9. Other permits not included in the Application: The Application does not include applications for or relating to building permits. 10. Existing environmental documents that evaluate the proposed project: SEPA Checklist by Applicant dated March 11, 2019; and Determination of Non-Significance by the City of Napavine dated October 13, 2020. Said document(s) are available for review and comment in the same manner as described herein for the Applications. 11. The public has the right to comment on the Applications through testimony or written

comments. The public has the right to receive notice of and to participate in any hearings; to request a copy of the decision once made; and to any appeal rights that may apply. 12. The deadline for submitting written comments is October 26, 2020. Written comments received by the City on or before October 26, 2020, will be considered by the City Planning Commission. 13. A consolidated staff report, the SEPA checklist, and the SEPA DNS will be available for inspection by the public at no cost beginning October 13, 2020. 14. The deadline for submitting a SEPA appeal and/or any appeal of the final decisions on the substantive Applications is 30 days following final decision on the Applications. 15. Name and contact information for owner / applicant / applicant’s representative: Owner: Matthew & Julie Down Applicant: Jerry Nixon Representative: Robert Balmelli, PE RB Engineering 91 SW 13th Street Chehalis, WA 98532 (360) 740-8919 16. Description of site: The proposed site is approximately 10.01 acres in size, vacant, with an existing concrete pad. 17. Information about the applications may be examined by the public from October 13, 2020, through October 26, 2020, at Napavine City Hall,

407 Birch Ave SW, Napavine, Washington, on business days between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (Note: Closed between 12:00 and 1:00) 18. The authority for this review is described in the Napavine Municipal Code (NMC) 17.28 C and C-1 Districts; NMC 17.88 Administration and Enforcement; NMC Title 18 Environment; NMC Title 12 Streets, Sidewalk and Public Places; and the 2017 City of Napavine Comprehensive Growth Management Plan 2003-2023 (as updated). The public hearing will be conducted in accordance with rules of procedure adopted by NMC 17.88070 and NMC 17.88.100. The final decision on the Applications will be made by the Napavine City Council. For further information, please contact Bryan Morris, Public Works/Community Development Director at (360) 262-9344. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED to attend this public hearing. Dated this 26th day of October, 2020. Bryan Morris Director of Public Works/Community Development Publish: October 21, 2020

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scheduled a public hearing on Pursuant to RCW 63.70A.140 ORDINANCE NO. 614 AN ORDINANCE OF THE NAPAVINE CITY COUNCIL, to be held on Tuesday, October 27, 2020, at 6:00 pm on the AMENDING TITLE 17 ZONING OF THE NAPAVINE Capital Facilities Plan. MUNICIPAL CODE, ESTABLISHING FENCES, WALLS, AND HEDGES IN R-1, R-2, R-3, C-C1, C-C, C-S, PUD, The Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) is prepared in response to AND AS DISTRICT’S, TO PROVIDE REGUALTIONS FOR FENCES, WALLS, AND HEDGES OF THE CITY community wide interest to develop a structured program OF NAPAVINE, WASHINGTON AND PROVIDING FOR for capital improvements to improve the community. The contains a priority listing of projects together with AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Please sign and return ad corrections and approvalCFP to run to flanneryads@yahoo.com or fax to 360-942-3487 preliminary

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In the Matter of the Estate ofLYNDA J. OVERBEY, Deceased. No. 20-4-0020821 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS

In the Matter of the Estate ofRITA G. SENN, Deceased. No. 20-4-00300-21 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.

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.

ORDINANCE NO. 615 anticipated sources of funding. The CFP presents a program AN ORDINANCE THE CITY OF NAPAVINE, ProductOF quality is very important to us. Please checkfor your for: 6 years and is consistent with public expectations, theadnext WASHINGTON, AMENDING OF -THE CORRECT ADDRESSCHAPTER & PHONE #15.04 - PRICES SALE DATES - STORE adopted comprehensive plans and other planning studies. NAPAVINE MUNICIPAL CODE, PROVIDING HOURS - CORRECT COPY. While we makeFOR every effort to ensure The City Council will consider and update the CFP on an BUILDING CODES, REPEALING ALL accuracy, you are the ORDINANCES ultimate decision maker. Date of First Publication: OR PARTS OF ORDINANCE IN CONFLICT HEREWITH, annual basis to reflect each year in conjunction with a review October 21, 2020 of the operating PROVIDING************ FOR SEVERABILITY AND AN agrees to purchase this EFFECTIVE ad in the Town Crier for the agreed budget so that operations and maintenance Date of First Publication: DATE HEREOF. cost and the CFP can be addressed in the annual budget upon price of $**.** for 1 run. Personal Representative: October 14, 2020

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Larkin talks about what his opponent has done, he continued, “Over the last 8 years, we’ve seen rising homelessness, drug abuse and crime go up year over year and no one is doing anything about it. Our leaders in Olympia don’t seem to care about any of these things. Over the last 8 years of my opponent’s time as Attorney General, human trafficking in Washington State has increased nearly 2,000% (not a typo). Why is this ok and why is no one talking about this or trying to do anything about it? Our state’s Chief Legal Officer, Attorney General Bob Ferguson isn’t talking about it because it makes him look bad-and I don’t blame him. I wouldn’t want to be the Attorney General who saw human trafficking go up by 2000% on my watch either. We must get these public safety concerns under control immediately! “ Larkin is a fresh new face in politics, he is not bringing any baggage or negative experience with him. “I’m running because I’m a passionate father to four young kids and I feel

like our Attorney General is asleep at the wheel,” Larkin said. “He is supposed to be the watchdog for the people of Washington, and the watchdog is asleep. My broad experience is perfectly suited for solving these problems. I’ve worked in the White House for a United States President, I’ve been a criminal prosecutor, and I own and run a Washington-based manufacturing company. Coming from the private sector, where results actually matter, I will bring accountability and a fresh approach to these problems.” The position of Attorney General is an important one for the citizens of Washington. The main responsibilities are to protect the citizens of this great state.

was wonderful to see so many new people engaging in the political process during such a critical election year.” 19th District Representative Jim Walsh was the first speaker. Walsh stated, “This election is a chance, an opportunity and the people of this state are starting to wake up.” Walsh has been an outspoken voice against the Governor’s emergency powers, he stated, “the emergency powers should be 14 days, not 6 months.” Joel McEntire, who is also running in the 19th district was the next speaker. He said “when I see things that are wrong, I want to fix it.” Sue Kuehl Pederson, candidate for Commissioner of Public Lands was

also a speaker. She spoke about her 30-year history in natural resources. Tim Eyman was up next, he stated “Culp stands for the 2nd amendment. ... he stood up for our rights.” Matt Larkin stated, “It is clear that people want change. Now more than ever, we need unity and fresh approaches in Olympia if we’re ever going to solve Washington’s prob-

lems.” Lt. Governor write In Candidate Joshua Freed, stated after the event, “Republicans came together last night as a unified front against the rise of socialism in Washington State. The Democrat party of Washington has continued to lead the dangerous slide toward lawlessness and disorder. Republicans continue to be the party of

liberty and the Constitution.” During his speech, Culp asked “Are you ready to send common sense to Olympia? I will work as hard as governor for you as I am campaigning to kick Inslee out of office.” All the candidates were in Toledo to bring their ideas to the people of Lewis County.

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