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With the 2022 fire season around the corner, Packwood Fire Chief Lonnie Goble isn’t just worried about a big wildfire in Packwood. He’s expecting it. “In Timberline and High … more
Scooter Town runs like any typical town. Hard-working employees man the drive-thrus at restaurants, the coffee shop and the bank. Police and firefighters patrol the streets. Citizens run errands … more
A pair of highly unusual storm systems defined a ski season strengthened by a return to normalcy with lessening COVID-19 restrictions. Significant snowfall along with warmer temperatures in early … more
Thorbeckes Wellness Center is celebrating its 40th anniversary this month. For owner Matt Noren, 39, that meant a chance for celebration after a difficult couple of years dealing with the COVID-19 … more
It took five bond measures, a multi-million-dollar state grant and two years of construction to complete, but the highly-anticipated new Toledo High School is officially open. The new school … more
After the COVID-19 pandemic halted the annual event, the Chehalis Activators Classic returned to the spring track schedule, welcoming over 25 schools to the Mint City for a huge invitational meet … more
The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) and the Washington State Patrol (WSP) Marijuana Enforcement Team arrested one man and secured a large number of marijuana plants, as well as firearms, … more
The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office and the Washington State Patrol’s Marijuana Enforcement Team arrested one man and secured a large number of marijuana plants, as well as firearms, from a … more
Laurel Khan, owner of Mackinaw’s Restaurant and connected bar, Curious, in Chehalis, didn’t defy Washington’s COVID-19 restrictions against in-person dining as a political protest … more
A Lewis County Superior Court judge has dismissed all charges against the last codefendant criminally accused of causing the death of a Chehalis man in a trench collapse during construction of the … more
Even the smallest angel can have the largest impact. At least, that’s what the Tenino City Council thought when it declared April 19 “Raise for Rowyn Day” at a recent … more
The idea of Spiffy’s Restaurant and Bakery getting torn down and replaced with fast food made Morton residents Shawn and Kim Crittenden cringe. Fortunately, the values of the Crittendens … more
After flooding on Jan. 7 severely damaged 28 units in the Chehalis Avenue Apartment complex, displaced residents were finally able to return to their homes on Wednesday. Thanks to Ross McDowell, … more
Richard DeBolt, the executive director of the Economic Alliance of Lewis County, told the Centralia City Council at its Tuesday night meeting that on May 12, the alliance will be announcing a … more
The Centralia City Council voted Tuesday to enter into a $100-a-month lease agreement to turn a concession building near the skate park at Rotary Riverside Park into a retail skate shop, in an effort … more
More than 14 months since 5-year old Oakley Carlson was last seen, a mystery remains about her disappearance. Count 5-year old Aubrey Wolfe among the Grays Harbor residents who are angry about … more
When Shawnell Pilz and Luke Harris moved into their new place in Pe Ell, the previous homeowner had one unusual stipulation for the new residents: They needed to be ready to welcome Pe Ell River … more
Just days after Western Washington saw its first 70-degree weather of the spring, much of the region has now been blasted with wet, heavy snow.  Centralia, Chehalis and most surrounding … more
The annual Pe Ell River Run took place Saturday, and The Chronicle’s Jared Wenzelburger and Isabel Vander Stoep were there for it.  The loosely organized annual event takes participants … more
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