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For McKenna Bryan, 13, preparing to dance in front of a live audience for the first time in more than a year is both scary and exciting. And it is also a long overdue rite of passage. A … more
After proms throughout the state were canceled due to COVID-19 last year, Cameron Bluhm of DJ Sound Dragon heard complaints from local parents that, with nowhere to go, their kids were throwing their … more
The town of Vader on Saturday played host to the first festival in Lewis County in well over a year. Like other events and gatherings, Vader May Day had been on pause in order to stay in line with … more
Wendy Neal, a chemistry and molecular genetics teacher at W.F. West High School in Chehalis, first began thinking about zebrafish several years ago, when one of her students asked about the … more
Gov. Jay Inslee is warning of “a more powerful and dangerous threat” in the ongoing pandemic that he called “COVID 2.0” while urging more vaccinations in an effort to stop an … more
The Lewis County Seniors (LCS) nonprofit has secured $300,000 through the state’s 2021 Supplemental Capital Budget that will be used to update and enlarge its kitchen at the Twin Cities Senior … more
Visitors to Mount Rainier National Park will have a new option for food and drink this summer when The Trailhead Bar and Grill opens in Ashford with a full bar, a completely renovated interior and a … more
A new Rochester chapter of Youth Dynamics, a non-profit Christian ministry group with the goal of helping youth build relationships and reach their full potential, is holding a Fun Run on May 15 to … more
The Gifford Pinchot Trash Force goes the extra mile — 22 of them and counting, to be precise. Dedicated to the environmental stewardship of their namesake national forest and surrounding … more
Farmers markets across Southwest Washington are gearing up to open for their traditional spring and summer seasons. As COVID-19 regulations continue to be in place statewide, market managers said … more
For Jessica Gean, Vader May Day has always been a big part of summer for her family. She suspects she is not the only one looking forward to local community festivals being able to return in some … more
Students who earned a 3.25 GPA or higher for the third quarter at Chehalis Middle School are:   Eighth Grade Alyssa Anderson, Nathan Baine, Jaylynn Brown, Jacobsen Bunker, Julia Dalan, … more
When LeBron James is not playing basketball, he’s watching it. When Bobby Fischer wasn’t competing in chess tournaments, he was practicing. In nearly every competition, to be truly great, … more
Thelma Hauge has a 30-second commute. And it’s a beautiful one. Traveling from the doorstep of her fifth-wheel to her greenhouse may only take a hop and a skip, but it’s a view the … more
Students Paige Wagner and Emma Eko have made many memories helping out with the Adna Scholarship Foundation spring auction. Since they were freshmen, the two have helped out with tasks, usually … more
Remember last May? It's OK, nobody really does — but that's when the restaurant industry's struggle to survive the COVID-19 era, combined with patrons thirsty for something to go with their … more
On May 9, the Chehalis-Centralia Railroad & Museum scenic railroad will be hosting two Mother’s Day meal options. Moms, grandmas and the whole family can enjoy a 1 p.m. luncheon or a 5 p.m. … more
At least 60 different boats and flotation devices ranging from canoes and kayaks to rafts and inner tubes traveled roughly 8 miles down the Chehalis River on Saturday during a beloved annual river … more
On Saturday evening, Love In the Name of Christ (INC) held a drive-through “Souper Supper,” serving 200 bowls of soup in exchange for donations. Soups were provided by Sweet … more
The Fuchsia Fanciers, a nonprofit gardening organization, is hosting a fuchsia plant sale on May 1 at the Factory Outlet Mall in Centralia. From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. near the Eddie Bauer and Polo … more
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