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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
Submit Events for Community Calendar To submit an event to be published in the Community Calendar, email reporter Isabel Vander Stoep at isabel@chronline.com. Please include information as well as … more
ARTrails of Southwest Washington’s highly-anticipated 19th annual studio tour enters its second and final weekend this Saturday. This year’s tour highlights 29 local artists across 12 … more
Submit Events for Community Calendar To submit an event to be published in the Community Calendar, email reporter Isabel Vander Stoep at isabel@chronline.com. Please include information as well as … more
ARTrails of Southwest Washington Studio Tour Sept. 18, 19, 25 and 26 at studios across Lewis County The free ARTrails self-guided studio tour is back for the 19th time on the third and fourth … more
Back in March, heart-throb pop star Harry Styles daringly brought back the feather boa, setting off a chain reaction of headlines heralding the hip look. But if feather-clad necks are back in … more
Last year, the Lewis County Master Gardeners held their first ever fall plant sale out of necessity. This year, they’re bringing it back because it just makes sense. “Fall is the … more
The morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Cindy Godsey stood in her living room and watched her missed flight on TV. Godsey, a 1973 W.F. West graduate, worked as a flight attendant with a home in Washington … more
It takes a village and a credit card. That’s why the Toledo Community Foundation was formed last year by President Cyndi Philbrook, Vice President Bill Moore and seven other Toledo stalwarts … more
The last two weeks, I’ve shared stories about Shirley (French) Nelson, who celebrated her 100th birthday in July. What follows is the rest of her story. After her divorce, Shirley traveled … more
Veterans Memorial Museum Director Chip Duncan is a father, car geek, history and culture buff, architect and former chaplain. He’s an interesting guy with an endless vault of stories. But when … more
Last week, I wrote about the childhood of Shirley (French) Nelson of Chehalis. What follows is more of her story. After living in the Mutual Logging Camp east of Tenino, the French family moved … more
Advertisements by the Lewis County Autism Coalition’s “Cultivating Inclusion” campaign will now adorn the sides of Twin Transit buses to promote the hiring of neurodiverse … more
It’s not happening quite how she’d planned it, but Emy Dyer had been planning to close A Pretty Place, her year-old Chehalis business, for a while now. The business was a venue for … more
Fifty-one years ago, the class of 1970 was the inaugural graduating class at the new Centralia High School. And yes, we still call it that. We gathered in August to mark our milestone after … more
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