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Two subjects who were charged for drug trafficking-related offenses in Lewis County Superior Court earlier this week were remanded into federal custody on Friday.  David A. Berryhill, 47, of … more
Bail has been set at $500,000 for a Seattle sex offender accused of sexually assaulting a child in Morton for several years.  The victim was 10 years old when the abuse was reported to the … more
Where many groups of elementary school students in their last day assembly might be itching to get out and enjoy summer break, the Tiny Tigers at Fords Prairie Elementary School in Centralia on … more
A bipartisan group of state senators announced on Thursday they are calling for Washington state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler to resign after he allegedly fired a whistleblower who came … more
Washington state saw its second largest average annual wage increase on record in 2021, according to the Washington’s Employment Security Department. The state’s average annual wage … more
Tillie Naputi-Pullar, the elections manager for Thurston County, has been given the 2021 “Elections Employee of the Year” award by the Washington Secretary of State’s office. This … more
Special Olympics athletes and members of the public joined members of local law enforcement in running a 13- to 14-mile route between northern Napavine and Centralia Friday to raise money and … more
Contrary to their name, the U.S. Rake Force doesn’t often use rakes when it clears excess fuel out of overgrown forests to reduce the threat of wildfire. Instead, they deploy goats. The … more
CHEHALIS POLICE DEPARTMENT Assault • A man was cited for fourth-degree assault in the 1900 block of South Market Boulevard just before 1:45 p.m. on June 15 after he allegedly threw … more
Two Chehalis teenagers were arrested early Thursday morning after they allegedly broke into a convenience store in Centralia and one of them jumped into the Skookumchuck River to avoid arrest then … more
The Centralia Chamber of Commerce sponsored a tour of Centralia’s “welfare gardens” on June 17, 1932, for residents to come and inspect the facilities. The gardens were being used … more
After party leadership unsuccessfully called for his resignation last month, the Lewis County Republicans will vote in July on a possible recall of current party Chairman Brandon Svenson. He is … more
Being a precinct committee officer (PCO) isn’t usually considered glamorous work. But this year, for Lewis County Republicans, the elected position must be looking pretty attractive: 115 … more
Apple pie, fireworks shows and country music never get old. Other Fourth of July traditions — like attending the same party year-after-year — are worth shaking up. That’s … more
Residents arrived early and lined up Friday to sign children up for swimming lessons at the Gail and Carolyn Shaw Aquatics Center hours before the popular facility opened for the summer. Open … more
For the first time, thousands of workers in Washington will celebrate Juneteenth with a paid day off this Monday. Juneteenth marks the date, June 19, 1865, when Union soldiers informed the last … more
A 46-year-old Yacolt man was killed after crashing into a guardrail and a concrete barrier on northbound Interstate 5 in South Thurston County on Thursday.  The man, who was identified Friday … more
A proclamation celebrating Juneteenth was read at a meeting of the Centralia City Council on Tuesday by Mayor Kelly Smith Johnston.  Before reading the proclamation, Smith Johnston spoke … more
A 46-year-old Yacolt man was killed after crashing into a guardrail and a concrete barrier on northbound Interstate 5 in South Thurston County on Thursday.  The man, whose name has not been … more
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