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Though he is legally blind and nearly 82 years old, Charles Ament, of Centralia, isn’t letting it keep him from competing in his third consecutive Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) National … more
Former Chehalis Foundation President Mike Austin and his wife, Susan, see their grandkids represented in every corner of Recreation Park in Chehalis. Three of their granddaughters dance together … more
Josh Madrigal hadn’t been in net for either of the Bearcat’s first three shootouts of the season. He had always deferred to Cayden Page, the other W.F. West keeper that he’s … more
The baseball and soccer postseasons are already under way, and softball isn’t far behind. Several Chronicle teams are still alive, and a few have already even clinched state berths. As the … more
Days after winning the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tournament of Champions just outside Akron, Ohio, Marshall Kent found himself at Fairway Lanes in Centralia. For Kent, a native of … more
The Centralia Lions Club held its annual youth fishing derby at Fort Borst Park in Centralia on Saturday, April 27. The  derby lasted from about 8 a.m. until noon. Children ages 3 to … more
All the Centralia High School boys soccer team has done over the last 20-plus days is cook up home victories. It nudged past Aberdeen 1-0 on the final day of March, then pulled out a 2-1 … more
Kayakers, canoers and rafters returned to the river for the 46th annual Pe Ell River Run on Saturday. Starting at Queen Avenue in Pe Ell, river runners took their time down the Chehalis River … more
After winning the Mat Classic XXXV Washington state high school wrestling championship in the 2A 120-pound division earlier this year, Centralia High School wrestler Antonio Campos was honored with … more
Chronicle photographer Ridley Hudson made her way to Mount St. Helens via the Spirit Lake Memorial Highway on Saturday. Meanwhile, Chronicle reporter Owen Sexton headed to White Pass, taking the … more
Gov. Jay Inslee will soon likely sign a bill into law that will require Washington smelt dippers to get a license before they wade out with their nets.  Recreational fishing licenses have … more
After securing the first state title in program history, the Napavine girls basketball team was on Tuesday morning lauded by the Lewis County Board of Commissioners as “one of those classic … more
Funding for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to combat sea lion predation on the lower Columbia River and its tributaries was removed from the state’s operating budget during … more
Despite a flurry of showers and strong gusts of wind, the W.F. West offense showed out in its first game of the season, as the Bearcats scored 11 runs on 11 hits to beat Ellensburg 11-5 on Saturday … more
Crowds from across the state gathered along the Cowlitz River on Tuesday afternoon for the second day of smelt-dipping approved by the Washington state Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) this … more
SPOKANE — Thirty seconds left in a two-point game. The Tigers needed a clutch shot. Everyone knew Hayden Kaut would come through. “No doubt at all,” Dakota Hamilton said. … more
In the biggest moment of perhaps the Napavine girls basketball team's history, Hayden Kaut delivered a game-winning 3-pointer to lift the Tigers to their first 2B state championship in program … more
SPOKANE — “Defense wins.” Mossyrock boys basketball head coach Tom Kelly breaks every huddle with those two words. On Friday, March 1 in the 1B semifinals, the Vikings’ … more
There will be another opportunity to dip for smelt in the Cowlitz River as the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has approved an additional one-day recreational fishery from 1 to 6 … more
SPOKANE — The Mossyrock boys basketball team needed every second of its Round of 12 matchup against Summit Classical Christian to advance in the 1B state tournament on Feb. 28. But in the … more
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