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W.F. West High School in Chehalis has received a School of Excellence award from the American College Application Campaign (ACAC), a national effort to increase the number of first-generation college … 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
Nineteenth District Republican Rep. Jim Walsh introduced a bill this week to prohibit the use of so-called “vaccine passports,” controversial systems that prove individuals are vaccinated … more
The escalation of homelessness in Washington state due to COVID-19 has the governor calling for some late action by state legislators to fund potentially hundreds of millions of dollars more in … more
The story of Boccata’s journey through the last two years is a love story. In July 2019, Darin Harris, chef and owner of the Centralia Mediterranean restaurant, got married. His wife, Kim … more
Sam Rinker has been flying right-hand to his dad, Kraig, for as long as he can remember. But last month, the 16-year-old flew solo for the first time: a major milestone for every budding pilot … more
The body of a missing woman was recovered from a sunken vehicle in the Chehalis River near Oakville Monday The victim, 45-year-old Sabrina Lynn Cole, had been missing since March 20.  Her … more
Volunteer divers and community members have organized a renewed search for Zach Hines-Rager’s body after local law enforcement called off their search efforts last week. A YouTube content … more
Maximilian Motorsports: Chehalis Business Offers Elite Automotive Master’s Degree  By Isabel Vander Stoep The Chronicle  For an auto repair shop in Chehalis that specializes … more
OLYMPIA — Like elsewhere in America, debates have percolated at the Washington Capitol over the years about shifting the response to drug use toward treatment and away from criminal … more
Wednesday was the last day to climb to the summit of Mount St. Helens without a permit, and Centralia resident Neal Kirby was among the dozens of climbers to take advantage of that fact. Kirby, … more
Having Brieanna Dell on your soccer team is like having a cheat code, as Tenino coach Kevin Schultz explains it. Dell, a senior forward for the Beavers, established herself as one of the most … more
There are many reasons why Napavine senior Haily Murray has found success on the volleyball court, though one of the biggest takes place above it. Not only is Murray, at 6 feet all, often one of the … more
Some Toledo residents called Carol Hill “everybody’s mother.” Her love of children meant that at 66, the great-grandmother was still playing an active role in raising kids in the … more
After weeks spent discussing not if, but how, Lewis County would re-criminalize drug possession, commissioners changed course Tuesday, instead tabling their proposal until after the state Legislative … more
STIHL Inc. and its Lewis County associates celebrated the opening of a new 100,000-square-foot distribution facility located at 3122 Kuper Road in the Port of Centralia on Tuesday with an open house. … more
An Onalaska man was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with second-degree burns from a mobile home fire Monday night.  Randy King reportedly awoke to a house full of smoke in … more
The clittering of coins dropping into a cabinet, warming hues of neon lights and the rhythmic and descending blips of the Pac-Man game. Bring back memories? It does for Dan Coleman. So much … more
In many ways, Napavine senior quarterback Laythan Demarest is like Russell Wilson. The shifty signal-caller can escape the pocket and leave defenders grasping air with 75-yard touchdown runs like he … more
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