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Seventy-eight years of Morton Loggers’ Jubilees have seen drastic changes to the logging industry that created the event in the first place. But one thing has stayed the same for over half of … more
Brace yourselves. Another heat wave is coming, though this time less severe than the record-shattering wave experienced back in late June.  The Twin Cities late this week will see … more
Providence Southwest Washington hospitals, including Providence St. Peter Hospital in Olympia and its clinics, will return to a no-visitors policy on Wednesday, the health care network announced … more
A spokesperson for Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, said the congresswoman was "relieved" to see that the version of the $1 trillion infrastructure bill passed by the Senate on Tuesday … more
With less than a month until school starts, the Onalaska School Board is asking a question: Can their students and staff return to the classroom this fall with masks being … more
Maddie Kleemeyer’s dream of playing college volleyball was nearly dashed. Then, her high school coach came to the rescue. Kleemeyer, a 2021 Adna graduate, was on the cusp of graduation in … more
The Thurston County Auditor’s Office is looking for committee members who would submit an “against” argument for a ballot measure the Tenino Fire Protection District 12 will place … more
Thurston County Public Health and Social Services reported a week over week increase of more than 500 cases in new COVID-19 infections, with the number increasing to 742 during the period of Aug. … more
Thurston County auditor’s office, which runs county elections, puts every ballot through a step-by-step process to ensure election security and accuracy in counting Yelm’s primary … more
Tens of thousands of Washington state employees — along with many private-sector healthcare workers — will be required to receive COVID-19 vaccinations or face firing, according to a … more
If you walked into the Vernetta Smith Timberland Chehalis Library’s conference room on Friday, you might’ve assumed you stumbled into a meeting of the G7. Sitting around the fancy … more
Fifty-three people are suspected of having COVID-19 at a Chehalis rehab facility, the latest local outbreak of the disease amid what Lewis County’s public health director is calling an … more
The Centralia Coal Transition Grants Economic and Community Development Board on Monday announced it has approved a grant award of $30,000 to the Morningside organization. “The grant will … more
Centralia Police Department Threat to Kill at Hospital • Nathan D. Marks, 21, of Port Angeles, was arrested in the 900 block of Scheuber Road at about 11:20 a.m. on Aug. 8 and booked into … more
Lewis County’s public health headquarters experienced major water damage over the weekend, and officials are directing individuals to go elsewhere for water testing services. In a news … more
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