- Toledo School District: School Out Early Today
- National Weather Service Seattle: Forecast Wet In Lowlands, White In Mountains
- CDC: Romaine Lettuce Warning Issued Again This Week
- FDA: MS Medicine Could Trigger Worsening Symptoms After Stopping Use
- I-1639: Law Enforcement Response Across The State
- WDFW: Big Game Photo Contest
- Not Strictly Toledo: Shop With A Cop Deadline
- Today: First Baptist Community Service & Dessert
- Thursday: St Francis Annual Dinner
- Friday: WA State Parks Free, Local Pond Stocked For Fishing
- Toledo High School Sports: November 2018
- Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Forms, Fun & More
Billie Washington shared a post:
As California burns. My people continue to pick the food you eat.
TOT: November in California = August in Washington.
A shout out to everyone who provides food for my Thanksgiving dinner (and my daily sustenance).
Special Thanks to Thursday Market growers & gatherers, local food producers of every kind.
Toledo School District: Schools Out Early Wednesday
US National Weather Service Seattle forecast:
CDC: New Warning On Romaine Lettuce. Again.
E. coli Outbreak: Do not eat, serve, or sell ANY romaine lettuce while investigation continues.
*So far, Oregon & Washington States have no reported cases linked to this alert.
Safety Announcement: FDA warns about severe worsening of multiple sclerosis after stopping the medicine Gilenya (fingolimod)
[11-20-2018] The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning that when the multiple sclerosis (MS) medicine Gilenya (fingolimod) is stopped, the disease can become much worse than before the medicine was started or while it was being taken. This MS worsening is rare but can result in permanent disability. As a result, we have added a new warning about this risk to the prescribing information of the Gilenya drug label and patient Medication Guide.
Full safety announcement here.
Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife invites:
Want to be on the cover of the 2019 Big Game Hunting Pamphlet?
Enter our photo contest, "From Field to feast: Sustainable Hunting for Food" by March 1, 2019!
This year will be a little different from previous contests, and we are asking hunters to submit their entries in three parts:
1. Photo of your harvest in the field
2. Photo of a dish created from that harvest
3. Recipe for that dish
Send us your photos highlighting how you use hunting to provide food for yourself and your family, along with a short paragraph describing your photos. Please include the recipe for your dish in the paragraph description.
Send your high-quality, high-resolution photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Did you notice this camp cook’s stove?
Republic Police WA Chief Culp shared on Monday, November 19:
An interview after my public comments (at a packed Town Hall Meeting).
Video clip: https://www.facebook.com/tncsg/videos/545583349187150/
As he explained November 7 (day after election day):
I’ve talked with quite a few concerned citizens today so let me clear something up.
I’ve taken 3 public oaths, one in the US Army and Two as a police officer. All of them included upholding and defending the Constitution of the United States of America.
The second amendment says the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
As long as I am Chief of Police, no Republic Police Officer will infringe on a citizen's right to keep and Bear Arms, PERIOD! - Chief Culp
Lewis County Sheriff’s Office stated:
We have received a lot of inquiries after the passing of I-1639. Sheriff Snaza and his office are supporters of the US Constitution, to include the second amendment. The Lewis County Sheriff's Office supports responsible firearms ownership. We as an office have put on free public firearms safety training, as well as provided public talks on the use of force and firearms ownership. We are aware there have been legal challenges to I-1639 and will wait for the courts to rule on their constitutionality. As with previous firearm initiatives, such as I-594, we will address potential criminal violations as they arise through the course of an investigation, but will not actively seek out violations.
MAP Enrichment Programs said:
(Tuesday) we read a sweet story about giving thanks then shared thoughts and made our own Tree of Thanks which included deer, leaves, brothers, trucks and tigers! Who and what are you thankful for?
Every once in a while we do something conventional at Forest School...
Happy Turkey Day!
Not Strictly Toledo: Bee Wrangler Honey offers:
Not Strictly Toledo2: Deadline today!
- Toledo School District Early Dismissal
Yoga in Toledo cancelled tonight. Resumes next Wednesday.
Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission is offering free admission to state parks on November 23, the day after Thanksgiving!
Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife asks:
Where are you fishing on Black Friday?
Some of the lakes scheduled to receive fish before Black Friday include:
- Battle Ground Lake and Klineline Pond in Clark County
- Kress Lake in Cowlitz County
- Fort Borst Park Pond and South Lewis County Park Pond in Lewis County
- American and Tanwax Lake in Pierce County
- Black, Long, and Offut lakes in Thurston County
- Rowland Lake in Klickitat County
- North Elton Pond in Yakima County
- Cases Pond in Pacific County
Full news release: https://wdfw.wa.gov/news/nov0818b/
Toledo High School Sports: November 2018
State SemiFinals November 24
Nov 28th JV vs Colombia Adventist 5:00/6:15
Nov 30th @ Friday Harbor Tip Off Classic
Nov 27th @ Ocosta
Nov 28th JV vs Colombia Adventist 7:30
!!!! GO INDIANS !!!!
Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Fun & More
NEW!! Rescued bunnies, now doing therapy visits, need veterinary care
Fundraiser for Visiting Hooves by Victoria Leona Smith ($143 of $1,000 raised)
November 29 - December 1: LCSW & WSU Host Free Tire Recycle - Mossyrock
December 4: Toledo High School Hosts FCCLA Dine-In Dinner
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