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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
Clad in their crimson caps and gowns, about 190 W.F. High School seniors took to the streets of Chehalis on Thursday morning for the annual senior walk to Chehalis Middle School, James Lintott … more
All lanes of northbound and southbound Interstate 5 have reopened after LifeFlight airlifted a person injured in a crash near mile marker 66.  The vehicle was traveling southbound when it hit … more
Four students and a bus driver were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after a Pe Ell school bus carrying 30 students left the roadway near Katula Road on westbound State Route … more
Looking for late-stage pandemic deals on hotels? Consider sticking to the cities. Popular rural destinations west of the Cascades — near national parks, along the Pacific coast — are … more
The Veterans Memorial Museum in Chehalis drew a small crowd Monday afternoon under a half-mast flag to honor fallen soldiers. Last year, the event was canceled due to COVID-19, and this year, … more
The Packwood Flea Market returned this week after being largely canceled due to COVID-19 last year, though some vendors set up shop anyways. The Memorial Day Packwood Flea Market will last through … more
Brooke Reder’s path to recovery was a difficult one. After more than a decade in active addiction — using meth and heroin and living unsheltered in the Twin Cities for nearly five years … more
A motion to dismiss attempted murder charges against a Tacoma woman who allegedly fired a gun at a Washington State Patrol trooper in the Napavine area in May 2020 was struck down in Lewis County … more
Chehalis Mayor Dennis Dawes is all about public service — just look at the last 40 or so years as proof. He’s been a police chief, a city councilor, a school board member and even a … more
One piece of advice heard among successful advertisers, artists and authors alike is “know your audience.” Tony and Shanna Hawes, the married co-founders of Chehalis Valley Slabhaus in … 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
If you’re looking for some climbing, some slime and some Bigfoot lore, the recently-reopened Ape Cave at Mount St. Helens may be the sweet spot. The pitch-black cave provides a trek into where … more
The establishment of the brand new Adna Burger Bar was a sight to behold, according to owners Cindy and Jim Smith. Selling four kinds of burgers and baskets of fries to a line of 30 to 40 … more
Beginning today, The Chronicle will begin publishing historical photos from the archives in every edition. The Chronicle is working to digitize thousands of images currently stored on film in … more
Washington state plans to build an involuntary psychiatric treatment facility at the Maple Lane campus near Grand Mound by 2023. A contracted healthcare provider would use the 16-bed facility to … more
A pair of refurbished electric buses arrived at Twin Transit’s depot last week, and riders could see the 35-foot clean and quiet transit vehicles in use later this summer. The buses were … more
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