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With spring in full swing, Experience Chehalis announced this week it is bringing back its flower sponsorship program. Individuals and businesses can sponsor a flower planter in the downtown … more
The Jordan World Circus will be at the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds May 30 and May 31.   “We are proud to present three rings jam-packed with incredible circus talent. You … more
Evergreen Playhouse’s spring musical, “Tuck Everlasting,” is a whimsical tale bursting with bright colors, fun songs and quirky characters.  Beneath that surface, however, … more
On the 141st episode of The Chronicle News Dump hosts Aaron VanTuyl and Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz discuss a Revolutionary War reenactment, Bill Moeller’s 95th birthday, Tenino’s sick … more
Travelers who enjoy the scenic, tree-lined stretch of highway leading to the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument will have access to the upper reaches once it reopens this week. At noon … more
The South Sound Mounted Shooters hosted a three-day competition at the T90 Ranch in Tenino last Friday through Sunday.  “Mounted shooting embodies the spirit of the American Old West, … more
Two separate GoFundMe fundraisers have raised over $40,000 in support of the Jemtegaard family, following the murder of Shawn Jemtegaard on Saturday, April 22. The local father and youth … more
U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell recently announced the Nisqually Indian Tribe has been awarded $499,960 for a Broadband Infrastructure Deployment project through the Department of Commerce’s Tribal … more
Former volleyball standout Autumn Kanda has been inducted into the Centralia College Hall of Fame.  Kanda, formerly Autumn Durand, was “exceptional” for the college team from 2017 … more
One lucky lottery player in Thurston County will be taking home $8.6 million from a Saturday drawing. They just have to claim it. Washington’s Lotto game shows that someone in Rochester drew … more
When the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted supply chains of food, residents could more clearly see the value of local resources, said Aslan Meade, director of strategic alliances for the Thurston County … more
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced Monday that he will not run for reelection, setting up a wide-open 2024 gubernatorial race that will have ripple effects all down the ballot. Inslee, a … more
In 2021, the state Supreme Court’s decision in State v. Blake found Washington’s felony drug possession law unconstitutional. Since, the Legislature’s two parties have been in … more
The family of longtime Chronicle columnist and former mayor of Centralia Bill Moeller is inviting his friends to an open house in honor of his 95th birthday.  The event will be held at noon … more
In a statement on Friday, U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania County, announced she joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers in introducing legislation meant to hold executives accountable … more
While backpackers and campers prepare to head into the wilderness in the coming weeks as summer nears, volunteer flight crews and cadets from seven Washington state Civil Air Patrol squadrons — … more
Growing up on a multi-generation, large-scale chicken farm near Yelm, state Rep. J.T. Wilcox is no stranger to manure. But, it’s his time spent as Minority Leader of Washington’s House of … more
A man is dead and a woman is in critical condition following a collision between a motorcycle and a pickup truck at the intersection of West Pear and South Pearl streets in Centralia on Friday, April … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT   Disorderly Conduct   • Officers responded to a report of a disorderly subject yelling while sitting on a park bench at the intersection of … more
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