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Centralia elementary school students competed in the Sodexo Future Chef competition on Wednesday night. “The Future Chef event hosted by Sodexo Wednesday night was a huge success,” … more
The WSU Master Gardener program with the Lewis County Extension Office will be throwing its biannual “Gardening For Everyone” event, and everyone is indeed welcome, regardless of their … more
As with many people, the COVID-19 pandemic got Jessica Kinney thinking about her priorities. She loved her shop, Black Dog Pottery in downtown Centralia. She loved the people. And she loved the … more
Following are members of the Napavine Middle/High School first semester honor roll. Students are listed in alphabetical order.   12th Grade 4.0 Glade Shannon, Makensee … more
Submit an Event To have an event added to the Community Calendar, email reporter Isabel Vander Stoep at Riverside Fire Authority Meeting March 23 at Station 2 … more
In presenting “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” at the Evergreen Playhouse, director Rich Garrett wanted to create a true ensemble piece that challenged what most people think of … more
The draft lottery number 441, which belonged to Marvin Wayne Blue of the Centralia district and George Nelson of the Chehalis district, was the first number drawn in a statewide World War II draft … more
Dance Festival Northwest March 19 at Centralia College’s Corbet Theater; 7 p.m. Tickets are available online at in person at 437 N. Market Blvd., Chehalis … more
Submit an Event To have an event added to the Community Calendar, email reporter Isabel Vander Stoep at Centralia School District Spring Strings Concert March 17 … more
If you meet Naomi Snell and MacKenzie McGee, it’s easy to see why the two were natural fits to create and lead their new Centralia-based nonprofit, Kiddin’ Around. Filled with energy … more
The Tenino Creative District, certified by the Washington state Arts Commission in 2020, will receive a $2,000 operating grant this year and has applied for a $13,800 capital project grant from the … more
Toledo Mayor P.E. Ferrier was of the opinion that he’d had enough accidents in March 1932 to last quite a while. “The mayor, who has been hobbling about on crutches since he sprained … more
Submit an Event Send information for the Community Calendar to reporter Isabel Vander Stoep at Volunteer Income Tax Assistance March 12, 13 and 14 at the … more
On Tuesday at noon, or 9 p.m. in Poland, Twin Cities Rotary Club members and other Rotarians throughout the state met with several Rotarians in Poland, living about 19 miles from the Ukraine-Poland … more
StrangeLands Oddities shop opened its doors at 531 N. Tower Ave., Centralia, on Jan. 7, but it’s not a new business to the Twin Cities. StrangeLands is just one of several shops that vacated … more
Rainy Daze Quilt Guild March 8 at the Twin Cities Senior Center, 2545 N. National Ave., Chehalis; doors at 6 p.m., meeting at 6:30 p.m. New members are welcome. Meetings are held on the second … more
Matter is neither created nor destroyed. This scientific principle is the foundation of Sue Darius’s first book, “Was I a Dinosaur?” which she wrote and illustrated for … more
The Miss Lewis County program came back this year after a pandemic hiatus, just in time to crown a new titleholder for the scholarship pageant’s 60th anniversary. Miss Lewis County 2022 is … more
Bruce Smith, 19, admitted to his attempted extortion of his elderly neighbor for the amount of $75 after his arrest on March 4, 1932. Deputy Sheriffs Dave Mathes, J.D. Compton and A.E. Rowswell … more
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