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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
Following are members of the Rochester High School first-semester honor roll. Students are listed from highest to lowest GPA.   12th Grade Highest Honors —   3.75 … more
7th Annual Free Seed Swap March 5 at the Toledo Library; all day Due to COVID-19 restrictions, attendees are asked to sign up at the library in advance. Sign ups will be open on Wednesday … more
When faced with the choice of selling one of the hottest cars on the planet, or using it to help the community, for I-5 Cars, the choice was easy For several years, the locally-owned auto group … more
The Southwest Washington Dance Center will host its 28th annual Dance Festival Northwest, on Saturday, March 19, at 7 p.m. Dance Festival Northwest brings dance companies from around the Pacific … more
The smells of healthy food made from scratch and the tension of competition filled the air at Orin C. Smith Elementary School in Chehalis on Monday afternoon. There, around 60 students in grades … more
To submit a calendar item, email reporter Isabel Vander Stoep at Lewis County COVID Memorial Service March 2 at the Centralia United Methodist Church; 12 p.m. Bells … more
For the Tenino Stone Carvers, being between a rock and a hard place is something to stride toward, not avoid. To facilitate more folks anchoring themselves behind the city’s stones, the … more
Following are members of the Morton Junior/Senior High School’s second quarter honor roll. The students listed have completed eight classes and did not receive a D, F or an incomplete … more
Submit an Event To submit an event for The Chronicle’s Community Calendar, email reporter Isabel Vander Stoep at or call 360-736-3311. Friends of the Winlock Library … more
For veterans in rural areas, finding medical or financial support can mean hours of driving to reach the nearest Veterans Affairs (VA) office. Combatting this was the motivation for the WestCare … more
Pop-Up Timberland Regional Library in Toledo Feb. 24 at the Toledo Community Library; 3 to 5 p.m. Timberland Regional Library will host a "Pop-Up Library" on the second and fourth Thursdays of … more
‘100 Years of Rotary’ Exhibit Ribbon Cutting Feb. 22 at the Lewis County Historical Museum; 12 p.m. A new ‘100 Years of Rotary’ exhibit will be … more
After a process that took about two years, the Tenino City Hall renovation is nearing completion. There is still some painting and finishing to be done, but for all intents and purposes, the … more
Candidate for President In Self-Coined Political Party Visits Centralia in Feb. 1932 George Edward Steward, then 40, sought a presidential nomination by the self-coined “Whip Party” … more
Following are members of the Pe Ell School’s first semester honor roll. Students are listed from highest to lowest GPA. Students with the same GPA are listed in alphabetical … more
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