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Thurston County residents have until Monday, May 1, to pay the first half of their 2023 property taxes, according to a county news release.   Normally, the deadline is April 30, but as that … more
One can only imagine why the City of Centralia’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Board frequently lacks the members present for a quorum. “It’s been three months in a row that … more
A wind turbine blade recycling bill sponsored by state Sen. Jeff Wilson, R-Longview, received final approval by the state Senate on Monday and is now headed to Gov. Jay Inslee to be signed into law. … more
The Mount St. Helens Institute (MSHI) has announced a new sliding scale pay model for its Base Camp and Family Adventure Camp camping events on weekends throughout the summer.   The events … more
Centralia College has named two students to the 2023 All-Washington Academic Team, the college announced this week.  Each student will receive $250 in scholarships from Key Bank and are … more
Alderson’s Awards West in Centralia recently launched an online store for the Centralia Police K9 Association to support police dogs and their needs.  T-shirts, hoodies, tank tops, … more
The Onalaska School District aquaculture program released 600 trout in Carlisle Lake on Friday morning.   The release coincides with the Saturday start of the statewide trout fishing derby. … more
COWLITZ RESERVATION — As rain cascaded from the sky, tribal drums beat to mark a 4-20 occasion — a new bright green brick and mortar cannabis dispensary, Q'anápsu, opening Thursday … more
For anglers who enjoy catching salmon near Astoria, the California sea lion is an established menace.  The farther out one travels at the river’s mouth, the more they’ll see the … more
Thursday, April 20 marks eight months to the day since the bodies of Aron Christensen, 49, of Portland, and his puppy, Buzzo, were discovered near the Walupt Lake Trail, a camping and hiking … more
In these photos, crews work to construct bridge materials before raising support beams for a bridge over state Route 6 near Littell along the Willapa Hills State Park Trail on Tuesday, April 18. … more
Barbara Feigin, a 1955 graduate of W.F. West High School, will be returning to Chehalis to speak in the W.F. West High School library at 6 p.m. Monday, April 24, to discuss her life. The event is … more
Lewis County will be hosting its first Repair and Sustainability Fair on April 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Room 108 of the Centralia College SWFT Center, located at 807 W. Pear St. in … more
It’s been 25 years since the start of a friendship between communities on opposite sides of the planet that would blossom into the University of Livingstonia in Malawi, which turns 20 this … more
Starting June 1, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will no longer offer fully remote hunter education courses. The Department will continue to offer in-person hunter education … more
The City of Centralia’s 2023-2024 budget appropriations were increased by $464,884 by the Centralia City Council during its regular meeting last week.  The council approved the budget … more
Contractors and Centralia residents were at the Port of Centralia Tuesday afternoon when the 2 p.m. bid acceptance deadline for phase two of the Centralia Station project arrived. Engineering … more
Bail has been set at $100,000 for a Morton man accused of breaking into a woman’s house and threatening her with a firearm on Saturday.   The woman reported she was in bed Saturday … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT  Traffic Hazard  • Officers received a report of a car stalled in the roadway at the intersection of Reynolds Avenue and North Pearl Street just … more
For Dawn's Delectables anniversary event in downtown Centralia, free cupcakes were provided and diners got a 10 percent discount on Tuesday. There was live music in the afternoon. Owner Dawn … more
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