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Lewis County has a new health officer in retired pediatrician Dr. Joseph Wiley. The county Board of Health, which is composed of the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC), held a special meeting … more
After the recent resignation of former Lewis County Public Health & Social Services (LCPHSS) Director JP Anderson, Meja Handlen, an LCPHSS staff member, has been chosen as the interim … more
The Lewis County Tennis Association (LCTA) announced on Wednesday it will be holding the Jack State Invitational Tournament at the W.F. West High School tennis courts on June 25 at 9 a.m. All alumni … more
A local sex offender has been arrested after an investigation in Alaska into sexually-explicit pictures of children revealed the images allegedly originated from an address in Lewis County. … more
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler is well aware of the compounding costs her constituents face. In a conversation ranging from veterans services in Lewis County to gun control, the effect of … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Graffiti • Graffiti was reported in the 600 block of Centralia College Boulevard at 8:15 a.m. on June 1. • Graffiti was reported in the 300 block … more
Editor’s Note: David Douglas, namesake of the Douglas fir tree, was one of the first people to document a trip through the rivers of today’s Lewis County. His grand voyage covered areas … more
Editor’s Note: This story is part of "Headwaters to Harbor," a project to document the Chehalis River from Pe Ell to Grays Harbor while highlighting people and issues connected to the river … more
Editor’s Note: This is the final installment of "Headwaters to Harbor," a project by The Chronicle to document the Chehalis River from Pe Ell to Grays Harbor while highlighting people and … more
Fifty-three Japanese Americans left the Chehalis Train Depot on Tuesday, June 2, 1942, on a train headed to Tule Lake, California, to be held in a “Japanese assembly center.” The 53 … more
Editor’s Note:  This story is part of "Headwaters to Harbor," a project by The Chronicle to document the Chehalis River from Pe Ell to Grays Harbor while highlighting people and issues … more
The First Christian Church of Chehalis will host a free gospel music concert at 6 p.m. on Saturday, July 2, at 111 NW Prindle St., Chehalis. Rochester man Kevin Mills and the Mark Dubbeld Family … more
PORT TOWNSEND — Washington is home to 125 state parks. And while you might run into a park ranger while visiting, you're more likely to connect with a park host. The state park service's park … more
Bail has been set at $200,000 for a Morton man accused of striking a Lewis County Sheriff’s Office deputy’s vehicle during a high-speed pursuit that spanned 36 miles on U.S. Highway 12 on … more
A disease in elk that causes deformed hooves and eventually leads to lameness and death is also associated with abnormal, asymmetrical antlers, a Washington State University-led study of hunter … more
Editor’s Note: This story is part of "Headwaters to Harbor," a project to document the Chehalis River from Pe Ell to Grays Harbor while highlighting people and issues connected to the river … more
With record-high road deaths reported in Washington last year and preliminary data for this year showing the trend in fatalities continuing to increase, Washington officials are planning to embark on … more
Centralia resident Ann Barlow has died twice. With a rare genetic disease called Vascular Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (vEDS), Barlow flatlined on an operating table in 2016, and then again just two … more
A Randle woman who allegedly tried to run over a man during an argument on Sunday has been arrested and charged with assault. The Chronicle is not naming the woman in order to protect the … more
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