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U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler postponed her live telephone town hall this Wednesday, July 28, citing an upcoming House vote conflicting with the event.  A new date has not been … more
Wennicha Yang remembers feeling nervous when she transferred to a new school in fifth grade. But she also remembers how her younger brother, Brian Yang, helped her get through that feeling. "I was … more
  The Washington State Patrol has identified the Winlock man killed in a crash on Interstate 5 last week.  Matthew K. Reynolds died after crashing at mile marker 81 on Interstate 5 … more
Firefighters quickly contained a brush fire along Case Road SW near the Scatter Creek area Monday afternoon.   Here’s the news release from West Thurston Fire … more
An Onalaska man has been accused of raping an 11-year-old multiple times between January 2020 and July 2021.  The defendant, 58-year-old Gerald Lee King, was arrested after the victim’s … more
Winter snow pack, spring melts and the rampant growth of vegetation creates more work each summer on trails at Mount Rainier than workers can accomplish. But that doesn’t stop Kevin Bacher, … more
The second-quarter filings for the Federal Elections Commission are in, and in the race for Washington’s Third Congressional District, incumbent Jaime Herrera Beutler maintains a sizable lead … more
The soon-to-be owner of the R.E. Bennett and Cascade elementary buildings says his team is planning to convert the pair of structures into residential, “family-oriented” apartment units … more
When Tim Cuellar found out he had won a national talent competition, he thought the announcement was fake. He and his fellow finalists from Green Hill School in Chehalis had been ushered into a … more
In just two weeks in business, Insert Coin has already become Ryan Brumbaugh’s favorite place. Brumbaugh, of Rochester, said he was excited when he heard about a retro video game arcade … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Theft and Burglary • Items were reported stolen from a shed in the 400 block of South Cedar Street at 3:15 p.m. on July 23. • A subject was cited for … more
Country artist Billy Gilman — who was thrust into the spotlight as a child with this top-40 hit “One Voice” — will grace the stage next Friday, Aug. 6, for the Chehalis Music … more
Ryderwood’s Fall Arts and Crafts Fair Calls for Vendors By The Chronicle staff Vendor applications are now open for Ryderwood’s Fall 2021 Arts and Crafts Fair, which will run from … more
Berry pickers rejoice: Huckleberry season is beginning in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.  The U.S. Forest Service this week publicized its applications for the free-use berry permits, … more
Lewis County and nearly all its neighbors saw unemployment fall slightly in June, according to the state Employment Security Department’s (ESD) newest report. Unadjusted, Lewis County … more
Morton residents will see just one Morton-specific question on their ballots for the Aug. 3 primary election — a three-way race for city council position No. 5. Councilwoman Jeanette … more
Just as the Pacific Northwest has bigfoot, other regions have their own tantalizing mythos. For the emerald isles of Scotland and Ireland, they have “selkies,” seals with the ability to … more
Submit Events for Community Calendar To submit an event to be published in the Community Calendar, email reporter Isabel Vander Stoep at isabel@chronline.com. Please include information as well … more
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