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A Chehalis woman is facing assault charges for allegedly burning her 2-year-old son with a cigarette.  The woman is not being named by The Chronicle to protect the identity of the alleged … more
Bail has been set at $1 million for a Lacey man accused of raping a woman while threatening her with an ax in Centralia in October 2020.  DNA evidence included in a sexual assault evidence … more
Multiple Seminary Hill area residents attended Tuesday’s Centralia City Council meeting to voice opposition to the potential increased-density rezoning of the decommissioned, Centralia-owned … more
The return from spring break earlier this month brought an unsettling surprise to Tenino School District staff, parents and students: Tenino High School’s principal, vice principal, head … more
Scooter Town runs like any typical town. Hard-working employees man the drive-thrus at restaurants, the coffee shop and the bank. Police and firefighters patrol the streets. Citizens run errands … more
Lewis County’s candidate filing week is Monday, May 16, through Friday, May 20. The county auditor’s office is strongly urging candidates to use the office’s online filing system … more
On the first Thursday of the month at 8 a.m., the Tall Timber Restaurant and Lounge in Randle hosts coffee and breakfast for veterans. On Thursday, May 5, the veterans breakfast will be the … more
The YMCA officially purchased 500 acres of land north of Mineral Lake from Forecastle Timber in September 2021, but the time between the purchase and the opening day of summer camp could be about a … more
On Monday, the Chehalis City Council made considerable changes to the amount of money the city will require people to pay as penalties for certain non-traffic infractions. The state Legislature … more
Mayor Kelly Smith Johnston on Tuesday officiated a City of Centralia proclamation recognizing April 2022 as “Child Abuse Prevention Month” in the city. The move was made in light of a … more
For over five weeks now, Lewis County has reported new COVID case totals below 30. After 24 cases were reported from April 7 to April 14, this last reporting week of April 15 to April 21 showed … more
Despite the flooding and insurance issues that led to a devastating first quarter for the Chehalis-Centralia Railroad & Museum (CCRM) and the resignation of CCRM’s president, the … more
During its Tuesday meeting, the Centralia City Council held a public hearing for — and passed on first reading — new speed restrictions for large trucks on sections of three city streets. … more
The Chehalis City Council approved the purchase of additional water rights from Marwood Farms during its Monday meeting, a move city staff said would be “key” to meet the city’s … more
Prescription drug take-back events will be held on Saturday, April 30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Morton Police Department and Centralia Middle School thanks to MortonUp! and the Centralia … more
The Centralia City Council voted to give its 34 non-union, full-time, benefitted employees a one-time stipend for 2% of their individual base salaries at its Tuesday meeting. The stipends total an … more
CHEHALIS POLICE DEPARTMENT Theft • A catalytic converter was reported stolen from the 2000 block of Northeast Kresky Avenue just after 9:55 a.m. on April 25. • A man and a … more
The Powershop, located on Harrison Avenue, has been a Centralia institution for 65 years. It was purchased by Cedric and Diane Pruitt 17 years ago in 2005. In their first five years owning the … more
Five years after providing Twin Transit with a grant to fund an electric bus charging station, the public transportation agency thanked the TransAlta Coal Transition Board with the unveiling of a new … more
The quest for a new permanent fire station headquarters in Chehalis is one step closer to being complete. The Chehalis City Council accepted the site preparation work for an interim fire station … more
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