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After Thurston County missed its vaccination goal on Wednesday, Thurston County officials expressed confidence in the county's ability to eventually reach its goal. Demand for COVID-19 vaccines … more
Despite concerns of dangerous conditions after a record-breaking heat wave, the Twin Cities’ fire departments said the Fourth of July brought no major fireworks-related incidents, although … more
As Lewis County rebounds from an unprecedented year and continues to receive federal COVID-19 funding, officials are looking for up to six residents to serve on a citizens committee and help guide … more
With the majority of Washington’s new police reform laws taking effect later this month, the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office has promised to update its constituency within the next few … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT  Theft and Burglary  • A bicycle was reported stolen from the intersection of North Gold and East Main streets at 12:45 p.m. on July … more
Editor’s Note: This is Part 1 in a two-part series on Stillwaters Estates. Look for Part 2 in Thursday’s edition. Thirty years ago, Curtis Dean was working in commercial fishing when … more
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) fishery managers are hosting a suite of virtual public town hall meetings this summer and fall to gather feedback from the public as they prepare for … more
Though she has always loved writing, Elizabeth West’s career as a playwright began mostly out of necessity. Volunteering for her husband, Doug West, in his school theater programs over their … more
After a disappointing 2020, the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds is primed to host the annual Southwest Washington Fair, the Washington State Garlic Festival and a host of other events, thanks in … more
Washington state may have lifted its COVID-19 restrictions on Wednesday, June 30, but the crowds of people the pandemic pushed outdoors are here to stay. State and national parks are bracing for a … more
Proximity to a river. A tight-knit community. Good barbecues. Several churches. All of these attributes are shared by many Lewis County communities.  So, what sets Toledo apart? No other … more
Looking at the numbers on homelessness in Thurston County can be disillusioning. They don't look good. The most recent Point-in-Time count located 1,145 people experiencing homelessness in the county … more
A 70-year-old Napavine man and a 63-year-old Salkum man were jailed Saturday after gunshots were fired in an alleged road rage assault, according to the Cowlitz County Sheriff's … more
The Veterans Memorial Museum in Chehalis marked Independence Day weekend with a new event called 1776 Day on Saturday.  The event featured reenactments from the Revolutionary War, a naval … more
A torrent of melted snow has flooded rivers and streams near Mt. Rainier following record-setting heat throughout Washington. "We had a huge amount of snowmelt over a short period of time," said … more
Temperatures reached 109 degrees in Olympia on Monday, the apex of a historic heatwave hitting the Pacific Northwest. For people living outdoors or in substandard housing, the extreme heat poses … more
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) has announced that Navy Pharmacist’s Mate 3rd Class George L. Paradis, 23, of Yelm, who was killed during World War II, was accounted for on Feb. … more
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