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An end to restrictions put in place to combat the COVID-19 pandemic is in sight as Gov. Jay Inslee announced a change in statewide policy Thursday, May 13. During a press conference, Inslee said … more
OLYMPIA — Washington’s broad COVID-19 restrictions will lift by June 30, if not sooner. And starting immediately, fully-vaccinated people will have fewer requirements for wearing masks, … more
White Pass prides itself on creating a family-friendly environment for skiers and snowboarders, a spirit that clearly exists in the administrative office as well. It's a big reason why Kevin … more
A Centralia man has been charged with second-degree assault and harassment, threat to kill, after he allegedly attacked a victim on Sunday.  Sloan Dee Schoffstall is accused of repeatedly … more
A Mineral man accused of molesting and sending sexual text messages to an 11-year-old has pleaded guilty to second-degree child molestation and will serve 20 months in prison and 36 months in … more
For the first time this year, shellfish managers have approved two days of razor clam digging, Saturday and Monday at Mocrocks Beach only after marine toxin tests showed the clams are safe to … more
In the two months since the Washington Supreme Court struck down the state’s felony drug possession law, the Lewis County Prosecutor’s Office has been working to review every conviction … more
Like many teenagers, Centralia High School senior Andrew Roulst spent a good chunk of the pandemic indoors, socially distanced and playing video games. But he wasn’t playing those … more
On Wednesday, Lewis County reported a new weekly count of 135 new COVID-19 cases. That marks two weeks in a row in which infections have increased. Currently, the county is seeing a case rate of … more
Public health officials say COVID-19 case and hospitalization rates are increasing in Lewis County. According to Public Health Deputy Director John Abplanalp, the county is edging closer to two new … more
In an attempt to fend off potential firearm restrictions from President Joe Biden’s administration, a growing number of jurisdictions across the country are declaring themselves “Second … more
A 58-year-old Morton woman and a 59-year-old Randle woman were transported to Arbor Health for medical treatment following a collision on U.S. Highway 12 in Morton just after 11 p.m. on … more
Cowlitz Indian Tribal Council Chair Patty Kinswa-Gaiser wants Toledo’s “Indians” mascot to stay. The school district has been home of the “Indians” for 100 years, including … more
Sen. John Braun, R-Centralia, and Reps. Ed Orcutt, R-Kalama, and Peter Abbarno, R-Centralia, will host a virtual town hall next Thursday, May 20. The 20th Legislative District lawmakers plan to … more
U.S. Rep Jaime Herrera Beutler has signed on to support legislation designed to help children receive specialized care, a release from her office announced on Wednesday, May 12. HR 3089, the … more
An Oregon man who allegedly attempted to molest a 9-year-old child while living in Vader in August 2019 has pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree attempted child molestation and was released … more
Centralia Mayor Susan Luond has drafted a letter expressing her “deep disappointment in the lack of local engagement” she said the state Department of Health has shown in its effort to … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Vehicle vs. Bicycle Collision • Minor injuries were reported after a bicyclist was struck by a motor vehicle in the 100 block of West First Street at … more
The Chehalis City Council on Monday voted to table a second reading updating its building codes until the June 28 meeting in order to better understand fire flow requirements. The council at its … more
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