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Losing a loved one is never easy. To help make the process of funeral planning more affordable and simple, eCare Mortuary founders Diane Achord and Emily Diser said they are focusing on providing … more
A ribbon cutting will be held for the opening of The Refined Man in Centralia on Oct. 1 at 2 p.m. The event will mark the opening of the barber shop’s second location after its Olympia branch. … more
John and Jenni Bourdon had not really planned to open a second tasting room besides the one at their Tenino area Sandstone Distillery. They certainly did not plan to do it in the waning days of a … more
The brick building at 108 E. Washington St. in Napavine has been a lot of things in the 100 or so years since it was built. “I heard post office, dog grooming, gourmet hot dog stand, DVD … more
Chehalis Outfitters and Georgia Boot are teaming up for a two-week “Truckload Boot Sale” Sept. 15-18. The business is carrying on the tradition of the Sunbird Shopping Center, which … more
Chehalis optometrist Dr. David Stanfield, from the Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute (PCLI), has received the 2022 “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the Great Western Council of … more
A weekly publication available from Naches to Centralia is publishing its final issue.  The Packwood-based White Pass Highway Shopper has been publishing since 1976, focusing on outdoors … more
Amy Clark always wanted to own her own business, so when the 37-year-old Chehalis resident saw an empty building on North National Avenue, she decided to take a chance and open an Italian restaurant. … more
After opening the weekend of the Morton Loggers’ Jubilee, a new Morton business in an old-yet-renovated building — Milltown Smokehouse — has seen great success. In what has been … more
As if the surrounding forests and views of Mount Rainier didn’t already cement Packwood as a logging town-turned-tourist destination, now visitors can sleep in the very rooms occupied by … more
Pam Kaiser was all smiles on Friday as friends and community members embraced her at the ribbon-cutting for her new bakery. Put on by the Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce, the event was … more
A haiku: Life is tough at times One thing helps me feel better Going thrift shopping Imagine a mom-and-pop shop with clothing, art, shoes, games, toys, books and all other sorts of … more
When Ken Dunbar was a kid, he dreamed of becoming a ninja. But while other kids were watching Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and dreaming about becoming Leonardo or Raphael, Dunbar wanted to be … more
By Carrina Stanton For The Chronicle Just a few miles off U.S. Highway 12 on Silver Creek Road, big things are happening at one very small orchard. Family legacies are being carried on. … more
Note: This story was produced by the Economic Alliance of Lewis County as part of it's monthly special section published in The Chronicle.  Lewis County has a long-time heritage of … more
Note: This story was produced by the Economic Alliance of Lewis County as part of it's monthly special section published in The Chronicle.  Michael Morgan is co-owner of the Grocery Outlet in … more
For 24 years, Tonya Hagan has worked at and managed Centralia’s iconic Bill & Bea’s Drive-in. Now, she is going to own it. Come Sept. 1, current owners Jill and Denny Greene … more
The Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Lucky ‘N Lawless on Friday, Aug. 26, at 5 p.m. Lucky ‘N Lawless is a new bakery that opened on April … more
The Stone City is building on its rocky foundation. The City of Tenino announced Thursday it has entered into a lease agreement with the Tenino Stone Carvers to occupy a portion of a city-owned … more
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