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A Centralia man has been charged for allegedly murdering his girlfriend, Rikkey Janee Outumuro, by shooting her in the chest while he was blackout drunk either late Saturday night or early Sunday … more
Thurston County deputies are investigating the deaths of an elderly husband and wife in their Maytown area home Sunday night as a double homicide.  The two were found by deputies who … more
Hundreds of people gathered inside the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds’ blue pavilion building Thursday afternoon to remember and honor the late Lewis County commissioner Gary Stamper during a … more
The Lewis County Coroner's Office has identified human remains found in Centralia last May. The individual was identified as Gerald D. Armstrong, age 50.  “Tips from the public … more
Last time The Chronicle checked, things were going pretty well for Centralia baker Ashlee Shirer, formerly Ashlee Christman. Now, she’s even better. Shirer, 27, has turned sugar cookie … more
After four rounds of voting, Lewis County Republican precinct committee officers on Tuesday chose former county commissioner Lee Grose, former Onalaska fire commissioner Kevin Emerson and Onalaska … more
Plans are in the works for a regional indoor wrestling and four-court tennis facility near Chehalis Middle School for middle school wrestlers and for high school and adult tennis players. Steve … more
Most structures are not assembled overnight. But along narrow Howanut Road, parallel to the Black River in the Oakville area, that’s the goal for one particular project. The … more
The latest Federal Elections Commission (FEC) filings are in, and congressional candidate Joe Kent broke $1 million raised in his bid to unseat incumbent U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler in the 2022 … more
White Pass plans to double the size of its High Camp lodge and build a new guest services building to better accommodate growing crowds at the ski area. The Forest Service revealed the proposal … more
October is National Women’s Small Business Month. As one of the many local women-owned businesses, The Chronicle this week spoke with Lewis County Coffee Company co-owners, stepmother-daughter … more
Nope: With Federal Assistance in Limbo, Commissioner Says Refusal Linked to Opposition to Vaccine Mandate Lewis County Commissioner Sean Swope said Monday he was “not budging” with his … more
A woman has been charged with first-degree arson for allegedly starting the fire that destroyed a Pe Ell residence, two trailers and the surrounding brush Thursday afternoon.  Fire crews … more
If Flavortown is the destination, Lewis County residents don’t have to board a plane. “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” one of Food Network’s most popular shows, came to the … more
Proof of COVID-19 Jab or Recent Negative Test Needed for Entry if More Than 1,000 Indoor, 10,000 Outdoor Attendees Those attending large events in Washington state will have to show they are fully … more
STATE GRANT: $135 Million in First-Round Funding to Be Distributed to Governments, Tribes, Nonprofits The Lewis County Board of Commissioners is moving forward with a proposal from ToledoTel to … more
W.F. West High School students going to school this month should expect to see parents gathered around the student drop-off area holding signs, not in protest, but to offer words of encouragement to … more
Bucoda, or BOO-coda during the month of October, claims to be the “World's Tiniest Town with the Biggest Halloween Spirit.” As one of the many events supporting its claim in the … more
Plans: WDFW Director in Support of Either Removing Dam or Installing ‘State-Of-The-Art’ Fish Passage System The Chehalis Basin Board on Thursday approved funding for studies to see if … more
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