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Chronicle staffer Liz Hill went hunting for photos Monday on the Willapa Hills Trail and these images were some of her results. The photos were captured between Adna and Chehalis. The Chronicle is … more
The Toledo Boat Launch parking lot isn’t as glamorous as Times Square, but Toledo’s New Year’s Eve ball drop has a perk that New York’s doesn’t: you get to eat the ball … more
The Southwest Washington Mycological Society, a club focused on local mushrooms that is headquartered in Lewis County, will host a membership meeting at the WSU Extension office, 17 SW Cascade Ave. … more
 “In this picture are five generations of Verleys. Standing in back are great-grandpa Steve Verley, of Chehalis, and grandpa Zane Verley, of Centralia. In the front row are … more
To add upcoming events to the Community Calendar, email reporter Matthew Zylstra at matthew@chronline.com.   Newaukum Golf Course Weekly Bingo Jan. 3 at the Newaukum Golf Course, 153 … more
Sixteen swimmers of different ages and abilities were welcomed at Thorbeckes in Centralia Saturday for the fourth New Year’s 10K Swim.  Swimmers participated in the 10-kilometer swim … more
Through fires, floods and everyday life in the greater Lewis County area, Chronicle Photo Editor Jared Wenzelburger was there to capture big moments and compelling images in 2022. Here are photos he … more
On the front cover of its Dec. 31, 1962, edition, The Chronicle listed the top five news stories for 1962 The Chronicle declared the Oct. 12 “hurricane-like” storm to be the number one … more
After last Friday’s freezing rain storm caused dozens of accidents in the area, 36-year-old Onalaska resident Jack Franks went out the next day, on Christmas Eve, to help stranded motorists … more
While there are several options for downtown Centralia visitors looking to grab a drink, Shawna Viggers Sicilia wanted to provide a more calm, low-key alternative from exisiting bars and … more
Lewis County had a “quiet” Christmas in 1952, The Chronicle reported on Friday, Dec. 26, 1952.  “Christmas Day — as it should be — was a peaceful one for the … more
For her first published book, traditional naturopath Vanessa Nixon knew she wanted to tackle a subject that many people find hard to discuss but affects so many: menopause. Through her … more
Charles Sitton believed himself to be the oldest Santa Claus “helper” in the United States, The Chronicle reported on Wednesday, Dec. 24, 1952. Sitton, 81 years old at the time, had been … more
Flamingos aren’t well-known for being entrepreneurs, but in the hands of the Pe Ell School WE Club, a flamboyance that flocked Pe Ell yards in recent weeks raised the club over $1,000 to buy … more
The Ishchuk family’s Kelso home is 5,500 miles and a continent away from where their year began. Natalia and Anatolii Ishchuk and their seven children are from a small village outside … more
Twin Transit will hold its annual Holiday Lights Tour every day from Monday, Dec. 19, through Friday, Dec. 23. The tours leave the Mellen Street e-Transit station at 5 p.m. and return at 6 p.m. … more
Santa visited with pets and people in Glenoma on Saturday. The event, called “Christmas in Glenoma,” was held at the Glenoma Fire Hall and sponsored by the Glenoma Firefighters … more
The First Farmers-Merchants Bank and Trust Company in Centralia apparently persuaded nearly all of its depositors to sign an agreement it believed would protect the bank’s solvency, The … more
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