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With cases of bird flu confirmed in Washington state, several Washington zoos are taking precautions to reduce risk to certain birds by removing them from public exhibits. The latest outbreak of … 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 connected … more
People suffering from substance use disorders (SUD) will soon have a place in Lewis County to undergo voluntary inpatient recovery. Cascade Community Healthcare will be converting the office … more
Following the cleanup event Saturday, a formal rededication ceremony for Centralia’s Greenwood Memorial Park will occur at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 28. The public is invited to attend. The … more
A Lacey man accused of threatening to kill a woman at a gas station in Centralia in January has been arrested on a $100,000 warrant. Derek Anthony Wylie, 24, was identified via surveillance … more
The Chehalis Parks and Recreation Department announced recently that Summer Experience and Enrichment for Kids Fund (SEEK) awarded the department a grant to bring a slate of outdoor enrichment … more
The Southwest Washington Mycological Society (SWMS) wants to grow an interest in fungi at its upcoming June 7 meeting. All interested are welcome to go to 17 SW Cascade St. in Chehalis, the WSU … more
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler announced on Monday she will be hosting a telephone town hall from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 1. In the statement released by Herrera Beutler’s … more
Experience Chehalis has plans to erect a new mural in downtown Chehalis. According to a news release, the organization believes that through public art, a society can aim to not only beautify … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Failure to Transfer Title • A 56-year-old Centralia man was arrested and released at around 1:35 p.m. on May 20 for failing to transfer the title of his vehicle … more
Editor’s Note: One of the earliest written records of a voyage along the Chehalis River came from explorer and botanist David Douglas. As The Chronicle’s journalists paddle the river in … 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 connected … more
A day prior to departing for a journey from Pe Ell to Grays Harbor, Chronicle journalists Isabel Vander Stoep and Jared Wenzelburger were treated to a look from above by pilot Dave Neiser. The … more
Food from a barn on the Chehalis River doesn’t necessarily conjure high expectations. Fortunately for Owl and Olive owners Stephen Hueffed and his wife, Amy, that means customers are … more
The final hours of candidate filing week brought plenty of action Friday.  Democratic candidate for the 3rd Congressional District Brent Hennrich stepped out of the race at the last moment. … more
Gov. Jay Inslee announced on Friday he had canceled the decision by the Indeterminate Sentence Review Board to grant Timothy Pauley parole. Pauley was convicted in 1981 of three counts of … more
A local nonprofit wants to make sure that all kids have a chance to catch a fish over Memorial Day weekend. Friends of the Cowlitz will be offering a free kids fishing pond for ages up to 14 at … more
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