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Gavin Revel, 17, of Centralia, was the daily winner of the Westport Halibut Derby on May 30 after reeling in a 45.25-pound fish.  Gavin, who goes fishing with his mother, Staci Revel, in … more
Outdoor recreationalists accustomed to pursuing freshwater smelt, crawfish and carp without a fishing license should take note: Gov. Jay Inslee has signed new legislation requiring Washington anglers … more
Cowlitz Indian Tribe Chairman Bill Iyall is back in the leadership role.  Iyall was elected as new council chairman last weekend at the Tribe’s semi-annual General Council meeting. … more
Three trays of mail destined for the Onalaska Post Office were reported stolen off the dock of the Chehalis Post Office at 225 Northwest Cascade Ave. on Tuesday, May 28, the Chehalis Police … more
Toledo High School's “Two Hands On The Wheel” student group conducted a traffic safety week at the high school last week to promote safe driving habits.  Traffic safety events … more
While the agency says the move is necessary to maintain a healthy forest, environmental groups are decrying a decision by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) to move forward on a timber sale in Gifford … more
A lawsuit filed in Thurston County Superior Court by the chairs of the Washington state Republican Party and the Mainstream Republicans of Washington could prevent the attorney general from … more
An investment group has received the green light to redevelop former Centralia hotels into hybrids offering rooms for overnight stays and permanent residents. Sage Investment Group’s … more
Vibrant colors filled Pine Street Plaza in downtown Centralia with activities, outfits and music to celebrate the start of Pride Month on Saturday. Lewis County Pride held the fourth annual Pine … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Malicious mischief • Damage to a mailbox possibly caused by a vehicle was reported in the 400 block of East Carson Street at approximately 6:40 a.m. on May … more
John and Angeline Rayton were busy raising their family in the Chehalis Valley when the Black family left Iowa and traveled west, settling at Curtis on a farm today owned by Rene and Susan Remund. … more
State Rep. Peter Abbarno, R-Centralia, met with fifth grade students and teachers from Edison Elementary School during a recent tour of the state Capitol. The 20th District lawmaker engaged with … more
Travelers who use state Route 6 and state Route 508 in Lewis County will need to plan ahead to avoid delays this summer, according to a news release from the Washington state Department of … more
Interstate 5 travelers in Southwest Washington will soon experience improved travel times and reduced congestion during their daily commutes, according to a news release from the Washington state … more
The legal team representing a former Washington state Department of Transportation (WSDOT) employee who filed a whistleblower complaint against WSDOT and the Governor’s Office of Financial … more
Though overcast and rainy skies put a damper on outdoor plans for some, the cooler weather made the morning of Saturday, June 1, the perfect day for Rob Jenkins of Bee Wrangler Honey to perform a … more
Thurston County Superior Court Judge Anne Egeler on Friday dissolved a temporary restraining order preventing the city of Tumwater and Tumwater Mayor Debbie Sullivan from taking down the historic … more
Thurston County's public health director resigned Friday just 17 months after taking on the role. The county hired David Bayne to lead its Public Health and Social Services department in … more
The Lewis County Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run coursed through the county on  Friday, May 31. Organized by the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office, the Centralia Police … more
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