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The Packwood Mountain Festival will be returning this April for the first time since the beginning of the COVID pandemic. The festival will be held on Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30, and … more
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced Tuesday an initiative to combat robocalls in Washington state. The Attorney General’s Office created a new complaint form for Washingtonians … more
Lewis County Public Health & Social Services (PHSS) is wrapping up its COVID-specific incident management team (IMT), but COVID-19 has not disappeared, nor is it likely to: in the most recent … more
After the recent firing of former health officers Steven Krager and Alan Melnick, who were based out of Clark County, the Lewis County Board of Health (BOH) is kicking off its search for a new health … more
In an email update on the recently completed legislative session, 19th District State Rep. Joel McEntire, R-Cathlamet, informed his constituents about the results of the 2022 legislative session that … more
The Mossyrock School District will hold a workshop sometime in the coming months to discuss ways it can honor longtime educator and former Lewis County commissioner Gary Stamper and other former … more
An additional construction services contract for $109,820 was added to the City of Chehalis Above-Ground Fuel Storage Project by the city council at its Monday meeting. The Chehalis-Centralia … more
The Chehalis community continues to mourn the passing of Dr. Greg Kirsch, a former superintendent of the Chehalis School District who is remembered for the love he had for education and for his … more
The Chehalis City Council on Monday gave a $10,000 contribution to the Chehalis Basin Partnership. The partnership was formed in 1998 as part of the Watershed Management Act and works to … more
A proposal to change the name of a hill approximately a mile north of Tenino is being considered by a state government agency. The Washington State Committee on Geographic Names will meet on … more
Andrew Carlson, the biological father of missing 5-year old Oakley Carlson, was sentenced on Monday morning, March 28, for crimes to which he recently pleaded guilty. Carlson, who pleaded guilty … more
On the 91st episode of News Dump, area man Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and Frankie "Keep My Wife's Name Out Your mouth" Taylor discuss a bunch of Centralia news — tire piles, … more
Mount St. Helens is an elusive wonder.  It steps out of the morning fog to offer majestic views, only to don a veil of clouds moments later. Still, the headless peak has become an icon of … more
The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office announced that former deputy Andrea Moore has been selected to receive the Washington State Law Enforcement Medal of Honor after her actions one year ago … more
New cases of COVID-19 in Thurston County saw an uptick as the health department reported 210 new cases and seven deaths during the period of March 21 through March 27. The deaths reported during … more
A mother and father accused of murdering their infant and fleeing the state are being held in Thurston County jail in lieu of $300,000 bail each.  Maria Alice Walker, 32, and Travis Cedric … more
A Centralia man is facing assault charges for allegedly attacking a man in Centralia on Friday.  Hunter William Buck, 35, of Centralia, is accused of hitting and kicking the victim while … more
Olympia police arrested a man after a lengthy pursuit Saturday evening that started in Olympia and ended in Tenino, police said. Police Lt. Paul Lower said Summit Towing was called to assist a … more
A procession of local fire department vehicles and other emergency responders rolled through the streets of Centralia on Monday morning in honor of Terry Alan Whipple. Whipple, 83, died March 23 … more
On Saturday morning, kids of all ages were invited to dress as superheroes for a fun run, walk or roll through Fort Borst Park hosted by Centralia nonprofit Kiddin’ Around and the Centralia … more
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