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Wrestling is a merciless lifestyle, one that requires — and rewards — self-reliance, study and discipline.
Girls at Kelso turn out to wrestle now for the same reasons they always have. For the same reasons that anyone wrestles at Kelso. They know, or quickly learn, that the coaching is top-notch. They know they’ll be pushed to excellence in a sport for which more and more college opportunities open every year.
"Coaches respect hard work, and they work hard. That has been consistent," junior Colleen Reynolds said. "People wouldn’t believe how much time they put in, and it has remained true all my three years. The amount they do for us is incredible."
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Wrestling is a merciless lifestyle, one that requires — and rewards — self-reliance, study and discipline.

Girls at Kelso turn out to wrestle now for the same reasons they always have. For the same reasons that anyone wrestles at Kelso. They know, or quickly learn, that the coaching is top-notch. They know they’ll be pushed to excellence in a sport for which more and more college opportunities open every year.

"Coaches respect hard work, and they work hard. That has been consistent," junior Colleen Reynolds said. "People wouldn’t believe how much time they put in, and it has remained true all my three years. The amount they do for us is incredible."

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Nate Bell, left, and Don Stout work from a bucket truck to secure the city of Kelso’s 25-foot-tall holiday tree atop the clock tower at the Kelso Train Depot. 
Initially, the tree wasn’t going to be place this year because of a lack of volunteer support, but the community stepped up and got it up. 
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Nate Bell, left, and Don Stout work from a bucket truck to secure the city of Kelso’s 25-foot-tall holiday tree atop the clock tower at the Kelso Train Depot. 

Initially, the tree wasn’t going to be place this year because of a lack of volunteer support, but the community stepped up and got it up. 

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Street corners were awash in red in Longview, Kelso, Castle Rock and Long Beach Monday as teachers, students and parents urged the Washington Legislature to avoid further cuts to education.
"The response has been very encouraging," Dennis Weber, president of the Longview teachers union, said as drivers on Ocean Beach Highway honked and waved. "I haven’t seen a single finger salute yet. There’s been a lot of horn honks and a lot of smiles."
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Street corners were awash in red in Longview, Kelso, Castle Rock and Long Beach Monday as teachers, students and parents urged the Washington Legislature to avoid further cuts to education.

"The response has been very encouraging," Dennis Weber, president of the Longview teachers union, said as drivers on Ocean Beach Highway honked and waved. "I haven’t seen a single finger salute yet. There’s been a lot of horn honks and a lot of smiles."

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