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Pop-Up Timberland Regional Library in Toledo Feb. 24 at the Toledo Community Library; 3 to 5 p.m. Timberland Regional Library will host a "Pop-Up Library" on the second and fourth Thursdays of … more
Amid a decrease in hospitalizations due to covid-19, a limited number of visitors will be permitted starting at 8 a.m. Feb. 24, at Providence hospitals in Southwest Washington. “In the past … more
On the 85th episode of News Dump, Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric “Flood Legs” Schwartz and VP Franklin Taylor discuss a race for the Lewis County Sheriff’s … more
A Centralia man has been charged with first-degree assault for allegedly pointing a flare gun at an apartment building manager on Monday.  The defendant, Andrew Garcia, 36, is accused of … more
The parents of missing 5-year-old Oakley Carlson, who are facing felony charges related to two of their other children, both have hearings scheduled to determine whether their own statements can be … more
Families in Southwest Washington will have the opportunity to speak with one of their U.S. senators during a virtual town hall Wednesday evening with Sen. Patty Murray. The meeting will be … more
Christopher Maynard of Woodland announced his withdrawal from the race to represent Southwest Washington in Congress, reducing its number of Democratic challengers to one. The candidate wrote … more
A motion to make masks optional for all Pe Ell students died without a second on Thursday, with the school board opting instead to find ways to make the mask mandate easier for students to bear until … more
The City of Centralia Public Works Department is in the process of improving the roadway on Harrison Avenue from High Street to First Street. The project will see the installation of concrete … more
In the wake of January flooding across the Chehalis River Basin, flood mitigation programs have come under a regional spotlight as many residents do everything they can to lessen the possibility of … more
Washington State Department of Health’s (DOH) Washington Tracking Network (WTN) is launching a youth science contest. The WTN contest provides an opportunity for high school students … more
The House Civil Rights and Judiciary Committee voted along party lines, 11 Democrats to six Republicans, in favor of a bill that, if signed into law, would ban the sale and manufacture of high … more
What could have been a heated debate turned into a productive conversation on the pros and cons of the booming short-term rental (STR) market in Packwood on Thursday night, according to STR owner … more
Editor's Note: A story focused on the candidacy of incumbent Sheriff Rob Snaza will be included in an upcoming edition of The Chronicle. During a meeting with the Lewis County Board of … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Assault • Officers are investigating a third-degree assault of a child that was reported in the 1400 block of Lewis Street just after 11:40 a.m. on Feb. 18. … more
Thurston Strong, a group with the Thurston County Economic Development Council (EDC),  is offering a small business grant for individuals who reside in predetermined target zones that include … more
‘100 Years of Rotary’ Exhibit Ribbon Cutting Feb. 22 at the Lewis County Historical Museum; 12 p.m. A new ‘100 Years of Rotary’ exhibit will be … more
After a process that took about two years, the Tenino City Hall renovation is nearing completion. There is still some painting and finishing to be done, but for all intents and purposes, the … more
A man in his 70s was found dead in a motorhome on Haywire Road in the Napavine area after the motorhome caught fire on Saturday.  Fire crews with Lewis County Fire District 5 were … more
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