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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 20, 2001, Centralia, Washington Tenino cruises Faux fur investigation set in planting in chronicle 50 cent thursday dec. 20,2001serving the greater Lewis county area since 1889 pad finds new it Day by Amy Emerson the chronicle wednesday night the Southwest Washington Public development authority decided to let its options expire on property near Winlock where it had hoped to recruit developers to build a multimillion Dollar theme Park exposition Center recreational vehicle Park and More. The decision not to renew options on the property is not an indication the theme Park idea is dead. Instead the pad has found new developers who according to pad executive director Dwight butt Are moving the theme Park project a several notches ahead Quot of where it had been when the pad was under negotiations with Spain based developers civis project management the group with whom the pad ceased association in Early november. The reason the pad decided not to renew property options is because the new developers the sovran development group a collection of several development organizations based in Lacey wants to spend the next few months examining multiple potential properties in Lewis county. And sovran has much More planned than just a theme Park. Sovran wants to plan and develop a Large Community Complete with a theme Park somewhere along the interstate 5 corridor in Lewis county. Please see pad Hack Page award winning decorations Gary j. Cichowski the chronicle Priscilla Sprague adjusts one of the window Holiday displays at Waldock s Ace hardware store in downtown Chehalis tuesday afternoon. The store won the people s Choice award awarded that Day for the downtown Holiday decorating contest. Priscilla Sprague Julie Cleary. Jana Dean and Angela Sprague were the designers. Diversified games proposed and coordinated the activity wherein members of the Public could cast votes for their favorite business decorations at about 18 downtown establishments. Hercules murals approved for College move patience judge agrees that College meets court requirements for display site by Julie m. Graham the chronicle More than a decade of persistence was rewarded last month for Centralia College when Washington state Superior court judge Linda Lau approved relocating the a twelve labors of Hercules Quot from state storage to the colleges new theater. A the judge agreed that the College provided an appropriate display site and then met the rest of the conditions stipulated by the court Quot said Don Frey Public information officer for the school. College president Hank Kirk said he was pleased with the development. Architect David Leavengood feels that the murals by Michael Spafford would enhance the 500-seat main theater and designed spaces with them in mind Kirk said. Quot this Art belongs to the people it has considerable value and it should be displayed he said. A Centralia College sincerely appreciates the hard work of the senior attorney the general administration and the Many others who helped us secure the rights to the a twelve labors of Hercules a Quot Frey said. Obtaining permission to display the murals is Only the first step. Prey and Kirk said. Quot this is another step in the Long process of obtaining the murals a Kirk said. A lease Between the state and College must be signed and the murals removed from storage transported in their crates to the education Complex theater and installed under the supervision of an Art conservator said Mary Ellen combo senior counsel for government operations with the state attorney general. Removal transport and installation in the theater would Cost an estimated is of xxx Frey said. Please see murals Hack Ishige suspect charged in death manslaughter Man says victim was shot on Accident by Sharyn l. Decker the chronicle the Man arrested in connection with the Shuting death near Cinebar monday was charged with first degree manslaughter in Lewis county Superior court wednesday. Samuel Glen Douglas 39, faces a possible penalty of life in prison and a $50, xxx Fine if he a found guilty of the charge. Douglas told Lewis county deputies he lives in Cinebar East of Chehalis on state route 508, on the weekends and Bothell during the week according to charging papers. John Thomas Mcmahon 39, died from a Shotgun blast to the Abdomen at about 12 55 . Monday according to Lewis county Coroner Terry Wilson. The coroners office believed Mcmahon was from the East coast. Lewis county prosecutor Jeremy Randolph stated in the charging papers that Douglas shot Mcmahon with a 12-gauge Shotgun at his Cinebar residence where Mcmahon was caretaker. Lewis county sheriff s deputies were called to a shooting about i . Monday at a Home in the too Block of Thompson Road according to a sheriff s office spokesman. The charging papers give the following account Douglas told deputies that he and Mcmahon got into a verbal dispute in the living room and Douglas grabbed a Shotgun from behind him and that seemed to aggravate Mcmahon. Douglas turned to put the Shotgun Back when Mcmahon charged at him. Douglas turned toward Mcmahon and the Shotgun discharged. Douglas wife Jean Douglas and a neighbor Everett Stockton had just left the two men and gone to another part of the Home to look at work which the group had done earlier that Day to an addition to the House. According to the charging papers which Are based on information from the sheriff s office report Douglas stated he was not in fear for his life and indicated that if he had put the Shotgun Down All that would have happened is the two men might have gotten into a fist fight. Attorney . Enbody was appointed tuesday to represent Douglas temporarily. Douglas was being held in the Lewis county jail on $100,000 Cash Only bail. A a a Sharyn l Decker covers Law enforcement arum the courts for the chronicle. She May he reached by email at deck Erie . Or by telephoning n07-h235.Napavine police chief retires former Mossyrock chief takes Over by Laud Hull the chronicle after nearly 15 years in Law enforcement Napavine police chief Larry Rives is As of Friday Rives will no longer be chief Rives and will be moving to Richland with his wife Mary. A i will be opening up a private investigation firm in the Tri cities dealing mainly with insurance investigation a Rives said. A i will also be doing a Little substitute teaching several Days a week As former Mossyrock police chief Shelby Clements will replace Rives. In one of its shortest meetings of the year the Napavine City Council met in a special meeting tuesday evening. Napavine mayor Gary Mcguire recommended the Council hire Clements to the Post. The Council agreed and Clements will begin his official position As Napavine police chief on dec. 31. Rhonda Ashley the City a recreational coordinator Wasny to surprised by Rives retirement. A we attended that going away Assembly for Larry at the school there were some tears from the students. People really respect and love him and we All hate to see him leave a she said. Citizens City workers firefighters police and school officials attended a going away party for Rives wednesday at City Hall. Mayor Gary Mcguire presented Rives with a plaque which included a Gold badge. A the City and people of Napavine appreciate All that you have done for us a Mcguire said. A we wanted to give you this plaque in recognition of your service to our Rives thanked those who gathered to say goodbye As people came in and out thanking him during the afternoon. Rives leaves Law enforcement after a Long career. Talking to those gathered wednesday. Rives was Well liked by All who came in Contact with him. The Napavine school Board honoured him at their meeting this week also giving him an award. Rives and his wife Are looking Forward to life slowing Down for them East of the cascades he said. Classifieds. Be comics. Be crossword Horoscope. Dear Abby be. Is movies a. C2 nows in Brist. ____a4 obituaries. ____a4 opinion Page. Whit s happening. A10 b5 v % teen in intensive care after being he dragged by truck by the chronicle Andrew Landry 15, Chehalis is in serious condition at har Barview medical Center in Seattle today after a truck struck him wednesday night dragging him and his bicycle Down South Market Boulevard in Chehalis. The late 1980�?Ts White pickup truck left the scene after striking Landry about 10 . Near 20th Avenue according to Chehalis Deputy police chief Dennis Dawes. According to Dawes the bicyclist was southbound on Market Boulevard and crossing 20th, when the truck made a right turn pinning the Bike underneath and dragging it and Landry the equivalent of four or five blocks. Landry was treated in har Bor View a emergency room and today is in the intensive care unit with and Chest injuries according to Arborview spokesperson Kristin Foley. Tomorrow partly tomorrow Low 25 35 ugh #45 weather picture by Taelour Toledo Middle school see details Page a2 lady beavers stay focused and win South Thurston county Battle / by passion artist opens studio in downtown Centralia / cd Gary j. Cichowski / Tho chronicle k. Frank Kirkbride of the Kirkbride group inc. Of Lacey ape aka at wednesday afternoon s pad meeting about the sovran development group s plan for a multimillion Dollar economic development in Lewis county

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