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Magic can rarely exist in the face of investigation. To many, the city of Tenino is filled with mystique and enchantment. The town’s swimming pool is an old sandstone quarry. The source of … more
Rochester’s Swede Day is back this year for its 41st anniversary. The festival, organized by the Grand Mound Rochester Citizens Group, is an important cultural tradition for Rochester. First … more
On Aug. 13, 1921, the residents of Winlock celebrated the completion of a road between Winlock and Cowlitz Corner. And because of Winlock’s thriving poultry and egg industry, they called the … more
Bummy and Herb Yantis will be celebrating their 74th wedding anniversary on June 27.  The couple was married in 1947 at the Presbyterian church in Toledo, where the couple is … more
A Blue Star Memorial, given to the Veterans Memorial Museum by the local Friendly Neighbors Garden Club, will be dedicated at 1:30 p.m. on June 12 on the lawn across from the museum in … more
For Bill Goodwin, life is a great journey, and his writing just serves to record those adventures. Goodwin, of Mossyrock, published his first book this year. The children’s book, titled … more
Rainy Karnes and Robert Zozaya have been perfecting their mushroom growing techniques together for the last 12 years. But the inspiration for the co-owners of Raven’s Wind Farm to begin … more
Maddy Casper’s education has never been traditional. On June 12, at age 15, she will finish her associate of arts degree from Centralia College with “high honors,” a title … more
As the weather warms up and wildfire risk increases statewide, homeowners are encouraged to do a quick survey of their property and take some simple steps to help protect their homes from wildfire. … more
Washingtonians are never far from striking scenery, but to take excellent photographs still requires a specific set of skills, as Jeran Keogh of Castle Rock would attest to. Keogh graduated from … more
The Trail of Two Forests Interpretive Site offers a short jaunt for those returning from the recently reopened-Ape Cave on the south side of Mount St. Helens. There, a boardwalk trail elevates … more
Snoopy (Willis) and Alta Smith met when he was stationed at McChord Air Force Base and she was studying at the University of Puget Sound. He called for her roommate, but when Alta answered the phone, … more
When Melissa Nolan started Misspits Rescue in 2013, it was focused on saving pit bulls. Eight years later, in addition to pit bulls, Nolan’s farm near Oakville is home to cows, goats, … more
The COVID-19 pandemic took a lot of things away for a while. And one upcoming theater production is not only bringing live theater back to the community, but also giving back to a group of kids who … more
Service dogs are typically raised and trained to help one person. Oak, the nearly 9-year-old black lab who worked as a therapy dog at both the Lewis County Law and Justice Center and Providence … more
The Seminary Hill Natural Area in Centralia recently received some help from the hands of Boy Scout Troop 373. “Thank you to Scout Troop 373,” the nonprofit Friends of the Seminary … more
Tucked into the downtown core of the city of Winlock and guarded by a beady-eyed oversized rooster, the red and white facade of the 1914-era Winlock firehouse and jail now houses a well-displayed … more
Education YouTuber Stevin John — known by his young fanbase as Blippi — stopped by Tenino for another visit last week to film segments for an upcoming video. Mayor Wayne Fournier said … more
Lewis County Master Gardeners expect their tried-and-true regulars to flock to this year’s plant sale, especially after COVID-19 canceled last year’s event. But because of the … more
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