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Spring Youth Fair April 29, 30 and May 1 at the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds Parking and admission are free on Friday, April 29 and throughout the fair for kids ages 5 and below. … more
W.F. West High School saw the return of Biotech Day on Wednesday after a multi-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event was smaller than in pre-pandemic years, consisting of … more
At ilani, a shining blue tower is rising from the ground into the sky. When complete, the nearly 300-room luxury hotel will be the latest expansion of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe’s most … more
A pair of highly unusual storm systems defined a ski season strengthened by a return to normalcy with lessening COVID-19 restrictions. Significant snowfall along with warmer temperatures in early … more
A Centralia man is facing assault charges after he allegedly pointed a loaded gun at his father during an argument on Monday.  Corde Edward Journee Jr., 21, of Centralia, is accused of … more
On the 96th episode of News Dump, area man Aaron VanTuyl, Chronicle editor Eric Schwartz and suit Franklin Taylor discuss a really big pot bust out in Adna, Toledo’s new school, the state … more
Bail has been set at $50,000 for a Centralia man accused of threatening to stab his roommate and slashing the tires of over a dozen vehicles parked in downtown Centralia on Monday.  The … more
Chehalis Mayor Tony Ketchum led the Chehalis City Council and members of city staff and the public in a moment of silence in remembrance of Chehalis-Centralia Airport employee William Villanueva. … more
The Chehalis City Council made a proclamation designating the week of May 15 as “Police Week” during its Monday city council meeting. The proclamation comes concerning the U.S. … more
In March, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill into law that would create a statewide alert system for missing Indigenous people. It was the first of its kind to be put in place across the … more
New cases of COVID-19 in Thurston County increased in the health department’s latest report as 304 cases were tallied during the period of April 18 through April 24. One death was also … more
Thorbeckes Wellness Center is celebrating its 40th anniversary this month. For owner Matt Noren, 39, that meant a chance for celebration after a difficult couple of years dealing with the COVID-19 … more
Local farmers just might get a centralized online farmers market to act as a digital hub to drive up their sales and remove physical obstacles to their products for their customers. A group called … more
Some days the fish just don’t bite. But once in a while, the piscean stars seem to align. Saturday at Mineral Lake was one of those days. With cheeks a jolly red from a day in the sun, … more
The Cowlitz County Republican Party conducted a straw poll from April 12 to April 23. From that poll, Yacolt candidate Joe Kent was favored. The unofficial vote was meant to gauge the interests … more
As Mineral Lake shone green in the morning sun on Saturday, folks walked around the lakeside Lions Den Campground with coffee mugs in hand and grins on their faces. One man approached camp … more
Tenino Mayor Wayne Fournier gave a “State of the City” address last week, touting many of the improvements Tenino is making to its parks, facilities, economy, housing and influence. … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Hit-and-Runs • A hit-and-run was reported in the 1200 block of Harrison Avenue at approximately 2:10 p.m. on April 22. • A hit-and-run was reported … more
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