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Crows: Spooky? Check. Clever? Check. Capable of unlikely and healing friendships? Check, check, check. Jonny Snow the Crow, affectionately nicknamed “Mr. Snow” by his rescuer, spent … more
After a disappointing 2020, the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds is primed to host the annual Southwest Washington Fair, the Washington State Garlic Festival and a host of other events, thanks in … more
The Veterans Memorial Museum in Chehalis marked Independence Day weekend with a new event called 1776 Day on Saturday.  The event featured reenactments from the Revolutionary War, a naval … more
A torrent of melted snow has flooded rivers and streams near Mt. Rainier following record-setting heat throughout Washington. "We had a huge amount of snowmelt over a short period of time," said … more
The Gail and Carolyn Shaw Aquatics Center, pictured from above here, opened for the summer season this week. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. daily.  Admission is $5 per person … more
State Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, issued an apology Thursday after wearing a yellow Star of David during a speech critical of vaccines at a recent event in Thurston County.  "I apologize for … more
When a neighbor’s house caught fire on one of the hottest days in Lewis County history, rural Chehalis residents stepped up to take care of firefighters and each other. One neighbor in … more
For five years, a stained glass window created by Chehalis ARTrails regular Marcy Anholt has traveled to Washington State Patrol offices across the state. The window depicts a state trooper … more
A Washington state lawmaker critical of COVID-19 vaccine mandates wore a yellow Star of David at a speech over the weekend — a symbol the Nazis forced Jews to wear during the … more
There are few things more exciting in a high school basketball game than when someone throws down a thunderous dunk and brings the crowd to its feet. And that’s exactly what … more
An unprecedented heat wave and record-setting temperatures in the Pacific Northwest is having an impact early this week on local businesses and services in the Twin Cities.  The … more
With temperatures soaring in the triple digits, the National Weather Service in Seattle issued a Red Flag Warning for Lewis County and other areas of Western Washington on Sunday.  The … more
The Windy Ridge Viewpoint at Mount St. Helens reopened this week. “Forest Road 99, Windy Ridge is now open for the season,”  the U.S. Forest Service announced.  “Please be … more
It doesn’t take long when watching W.F. West junior Drea Brumfield to realize she’s playing chess while everyone else is playing checkers. Brumfield, The Chronicle’s 2021 … more
The Twin Cities and much of the state will experience record-breaking daily high temperatures this weekend as a heat wave grips the greater Pacific Northwest. Centralia could hit a peak 105 … more
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