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Briella Pugliese only gets a few short minutes each day in which she is allowed to go online. But she has made the most of the time she had by learning a skill that has already taken her pretty … more
Kaylynn McSmith spent plenty of time in a hunting blind with her father growing up, but until this season she didn’t have the opportunity to shoot. The local hunting community helped change … more
The Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce’s October “Business After Hours” — a networking event held at a different business in the area each month — was hosted … more
After reading the headline “The Headless Horseman Is Coming to Morton on Halloween” on, 20-year Centralia resident Curtis Kelley reached out to tell the newspaper he, too, … more
Learn to Draw Oct. 19 at Packwood Brewing Co., 12298 U.S. Highway 12, Packwood; 6 to 8 p.m. Learn the classical drawing skills of master artists in a fun and relaxed setting every Tuesday for … more
Community members gathered Friday at Riverside Golf Club to celebrate the end of Executive Director Debbie Campbell’s 22-year career with United Way of Lewis County. Her successor Christian … more
Prince Charming has to slay dragons and fight evil witches for it. But for Landon Huntting of Cinebar, true love came easily. Growing up, visiting local farms during the harvest season was his … more
Hooves are clomping up the Main Avenue sidewalk. The thick October fog darkens the skies. He has arrived in Morton: The Headless Horseman. But he’s not to be feared. He just wants to … more
The sweeping sand dunes of the planet Arrakis, home to the spice melange and giant sand worms, may sound strangely familiar to those who have explored the central Oregon coast. Because while the … more
Submit Events for Community Calendar To submit an event to be published in the Community Calendar, email reporter Isabel Vander Stoep at Please include information as well as … more
Bucoda, or BOO-coda during the month of October, claims to be the “World's Tiniest Town with the Biggest Halloween Spirit.” As one of the many events supporting its claim in the … more
New Season: Centralia Theatre Puts Safety First to Bring Back Shows During the more than a year that COVID-19 shut down live theatre, Jordan Baker made himself one promise: When theatre returned, … more
When five patients at Health & Hope Medical Outreach’s free clinic had to be referred to Providence for an electrocardiogram (ECG) — a noninvasive test used to diagnose common heart … more
To submit an item for the Community Calendar, email reporter Isabel Vander Stoep at   Concert in Chehalis Oct. 8 at McFilers, 543 NW Pacific Ave., Chehalis; 8 … more
Pumpkin patches are back, and in the greater Lewis County area, they come in as many different shapes and sizes as the pumpkins they grow.  At the pumpkin patch on Goodrich Road in Centralia, … more
Years ago, Bucoda contracted a painter to work on the haunted house — a lucrative yearly business for the town — which is run inside an old gym, originally built in the 1930s, that was … more
Adna Fall Festival Oct. 1 and 2 at Adna Floral, 132 B Bunker Creek Road, Chehalis; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days This is the seventh annual rendition of this fall-themed vendor festival. The … more
Lewis Conservation District Nature Walk  Sept. 29, just past the intersection of Jeffries Road and Glenview Lane, Chehalis; 3 to 6 p.m. All are invited to this exploration of the completed … more
During each of this summer’s three king salmon openings for the Nisqually Tribe, the tribe has purchased between 7,000 and 10,000 pounds of fish to distribute to Nisqually members as part of … more
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