801 results total, viewing 261 - 280
Autumn is around the bend, but local health care providers encourage senior citizens to take whatever safety measures they can to prevent a fall. “As much as possible, you want to avoid … more
Winlock artist Michael Duquette always wanted to go to the Burning Man Project but never found the time or money to go. After experiencing the iconic event this year, his one piece of advice to … more
The fact that the “flying saucers” famously spotted by pilot Kenneth Arnold in 1947 remain unidentified to this day didn’t stop around 900 people — according to an estimate by … more
For decades, the In Stitches quilting group has been a gathering place where what some might call old fashioned arts are celebrated. Its members have seen each other through life’s ups and … more
The City of Tenino celebrated 150 years of railroad history on Saturday by unveiling a newly-restored Great Northern Railway caboose originally constructed in 1923 to begin festivities at the first … more
Eight young men were arrested early on the morning of Sunday, Sept. 16, 1962, following a crackdown on underage drinking. They were taken to the Lewis County Jail in Chehalis. Six of the males were … more
To add upcoming events to the Community Calendar, email reporter Matthew Zylstra at Chehalis Flying Saucer Party Sept. 17 at Lewis County Historical Museum, 599 NW Front … more
A “Night of Magic” will be held on Saturday, Oct. 22, to support the Lewis County Seniors and the nonprofit group’s activities. The event is scheduled to be held at The Loft in … more
To add upcoming events to the Community Calendar, email reporter Matthew Zylstra at   Business After Hours Sept. 15 at ToledoTel, 183 Plomondon Road, Toledo; 5 to … more
Students in the Pe Ell, Hoquiam, Aberdeen and Raymond school districts will be eating locally grown food this school year, thanks to grants from the Washington Department of Agriculture (WSDA). … more
Editor’s Note: “A Look Back in Time” is normally published in Saturday’s edition of The Chronicle. A man was held in the Lewis County Jail on Sept. 10, 1932, with his … more
To add upcoming events to the Community Calendar, email reporter Matthew Zylstra at   SWW Rainy Daze Quilt Guild Sept. 13 at Twin Cities Senior Center, 2545 N. … more
The brick building at 108 E. Washington St. in Napavine has been a lot of things in the 100 or so years since it was built. “I heard post office, dog grooming, gourmet hot dog stand, DVD … more
The Southwest Washington Fair Association held two raffles at the fair last month.  The first raffle was for a train engine toy box full of toys, school supplies and puzzles. It was won by … more
To add upcoming events to the Community Calendar, email reporter Matthew Zylstra at   Centralia Business Owners Weekly Coffee Sept. 9 at Dawn’s Delectables, … more
When students at Rochester High School started the school year this week, they had some new selections at their school library. Doug and Elizabeth West, the duo behind the high school’s … more
Magic, mystery and “managed mischief” will abound in Chehalis the first two days of October when the Chehalis-Centralia Railroad & Museum’s 1920s coach cars transform into the … more
I dove into the throng of thrifters and vendors crowding either side of U.S. Highway 12 for the Packwood Flea Market on Sunday with a mission: Find the “weirdest” thing I could buy for … more
Hundreds of Classic and Custom Cars crowded the lots and fields surrounding the Veterans Memorial Museum in Chehalis on Sunday morning for the Rust or Shine Car Show. Most of the classics were … more
« Prev | 1 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 41 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.