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A Chehalis man arrested in October as part of a Joint Narcotics Enforcement Team (JNET) investigation has pleaded guilty to one count of delivery of a controlled substance, heroin. The defendant, … more
The Chehalis City Council this week passed updates to its building code as required by Washington state law but left out a controversial provision that would have required sprinklers to be installed … more
Beginning Thursday, July 2, the Washington State Patrol, the Oregon State Patrol and the California Highway Patrol will launch a coordinated education and enforcement effort intended to make … more
Cadets from Centralia and Tenino were among the 28 graduates of the 114th Trooper Basic Training Class who were sworn in as Washington State Patrol (WSP) troopers on Wednesday. The cadets … more
A Lewis County man is facing eight felony sexual assault charges for allegedly assaulting a young child in his care. The defendant, whose name is being withheld by The Chronicle to protect the … more
The Seattle to Portland (STP) bike ride is always a shining moment for the Twin Cities. Held every year on the second or third weekend in July, the event at its peak has had 10,000 riders. The … more
Rumors flew this week as locals noticed the absence of a bronze statue of a girl on a bench in front of the Vernetta Smith Chehalis Timberland Library. Since the library’s upgrade in 2008, … more
Superintendent's List:  4.0 GPA Eighth Grade: Ty Bodenhamer, Daniel Hoinowski, Ivy Nelson and Stefannie VanAuken. Seventh Grade: Sohie Hagseth, Anna Hoinowski and Porter Milloy. Sixth … more
The following students earned a perfect 4.0 GPA during second semester and have earned the school’s “highest honors”: Abigail Bergman, Nathaniel Krenik, Vandee Pannkuk, Ethan Allen, … more
Ask the members of Trinity Rebekah Lodge in Napavine their hopes for their group and the answer is simple. “To grow,” said Cookie Music, noble grand for the lodge. Trinity Rebekah … more
Thurston County fell short of its goal of having 70% of its 16-and-older population initiate vaccinations by June 30. Data shows 61.6% of those 16 and older had initiated vaccination and 56.3% … more
FAIRVIEW, Ore. — Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, made a rare public visit to the Portland metro area Thursday to warn against defunding and demoralizing law enforcement. The … more
Sixteen months into the COVID-19 state of emergency, the state Legislature’s top Republican leaders say Gov. Jay Inslee needs to be clear with people how long he intends to keep it in … more
Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, this week helped introduce the Veterans in Parks Act, which would  give veterans and Gold Star Families free lifetime access to national … more
A Randle man charged for assaulting a man with a baseball bat in January 2019 has pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree assault and will serve a total of 12 months and one day in prison … more
State Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, issued an apology Thursday after wearing a yellow Star of David during a speech critical of vaccines at a recent event in Thurston County.  "I apologize for … more
When a neighbor’s house caught fire on one of the hottest days in Lewis County history, rural Chehalis residents stepped up to take care of firefighters and each other. One neighbor in … more
The Office of the Lewis County Fire Marshal asked everyone in unincorporated parts of the county to exercise caution when discharging fireworks in a news release on Wednesday. The following tips … more
The Lewis County Board of Commissioners held an informal discussion Tuesday about a possible temporary ban on discharging fireworks in unincorporated Lewis County this Fourth of July. Two issues … more
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