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A Puyallup man, 31, was injured and taken to an Elma hospital after a rollover crash Saturday evening in Grays Harbor County, according to the Washington State Patrol. Troopers say that speed, as … more
19th District Sen. Jeff Wilson, R-Longview, announced last week that he has joined the Senate Freedom Caucus. The small group of Republican lawmakers say they are focused on individual liberties, … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Crashes • Minor injuries were reported after a vehicle and a cyclist collided at the intersection of Floral and South Gold streets at approximately 9:45 a.m. … more
Editor’s Note: Education Briefly is a new weekly feature of The Chronicle. Each Tuesday, Reporter Eric Rosane will round up news from the local education scene. He can be reached at … more
Candidates can throw their hat in the ring for the 2021 election during filing week, May 17-21. A slew of local positions are up for election, including port commissioners, city councilors, school … more
The Gifford Pinchot Trash Force goes the extra mile — 22 of them and counting, to be precise. Dedicated to the environmental stewardship of their namesake national forest and surrounding … more
The first quarterly filings for Washington’s Third Congressional District race are in, and incumbent Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler has a strong fundraising lead among five challengers, three of … more
A 37-year-old Chehalis man has been identified as the victim of an apparent homicide, according to the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office.  The body of Jose Alejo Tamayo was found on the … more
OLYMPIA — A full slate of legislation to overhaul policing. A pair of major climate-change bills. A new budget that expands child care, public health programs and a tax credit for low-income … more
OLYMPIA — For much of last year, the COVID-19 pandemic and related job losses made Washington's budget forecast look dismal, with billions in projected shortfalls leading to calls for swift … more
About two months after the landmark State v. Blake decision by the Washington state Supreme Court, Thurston County officials are about halfway through quashing hundreds of outstanding warrants with … more
State shellfish managers were hoping for some good news this week from domoic acid tests on razor clams. They didn't get it. "We were hoping that today's razor clam domoic acid results would allow … more
OLYMPIA — Washington state has entered its fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic as cases continue to rise, Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday. In a news conference where he was joined by health … more
Warmer spring temperatures mean that the gates to the upper level of state Route 504, also known as Spirit Lake Memorial Highway, are now open. The Washington State Department of Transportation … more
Local sports fields could soon be hosting the Toledo Timbers — or the Toledo Bigfoots, Steelheads, River Runners or Trappers. All are suggestions by community members as the school district … more
High schools in Lewis County are eyeing the great outdoors — specifically football stadiums and fields — for more traditional graduation ceremonies this year following relaxed COVID-19 … more
Jason Sobczynski is quick to forget names. But model numbers? Well, those are easy to remember. “I’m horrible with names. If everyone had a number I would be so golden, but I … more
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