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It is a chilly Thursday morning. Mist is coating the windshields outside the Tall Timber Restaurant and Lounge in Randle. Once a month, folks gather here for breakfast to advocate for the … more
Kaitlyn Beesley’s mother died far too young. And in her name, Beesley is working to create a future in which everyone has access to the help that might have prevented her untimely … more
Woodland Village in Chehalis celebrated the lives of eight centenarians on Monday. Ahead of the celebration, The Chronicle was able to interview four of them as they reflected on their more than 100 … more
A Bellevue Presbyterian Church youth group was struck by tragedy on Aug. 4, 1962, while on a week-long hike in the Goat Rocks Wilderness when one of the hikers died. “A girl, one of the … more
To add upcoming events to the Community Calendar, email reporter Matthew Zylstra at   Antique Fest Aug. 5 through 7 in Downtown Centralia; Fri: 3 to 7 p.m., … more
When Brian and Dawn McFadden made an offer on their Mossyrock home, their interest was more about the great bass fishing at Riffe Lake nearby than the decades-old blueberry bushes on the … more
The Southwest Washington Fair on Thursday morning announced its finalists for Little Miss Friendly. The announcement came after 14 candidates had been interviewed on … more
To add upcoming events to the Community Calendar, email reporter Matthew Zylstra at Acoustic Music Jam Aug. 5 at Faith Baptist Church, 436 Coal Creek Road, Chehalis; … more
To add upcoming events to the Community Calendar, email reporter Matthew Zylstra at   Power of the Purse Aug. 2 at Jester Auto Museum, 123 Hamilton Road; … more
When the Thurston County Fair draws to a close on Sunday, exhibitors will pack up and head home for Adna, Chehalis, Tenino, Rainier, Yelm and Olympia alike. On Thursday, FFA, 4-H and Open Class … more
Petitions were being circulated in Centralia to change the city’s form of government, The Chronicle reported on July 30, 1932. The petition asked for the Centralia Commission to meet to call a … more
Students from the Boys and Girls Club in Chehalis got to go on a very literal field trip on Thursday morning, to a lavender field run by the Pace Family Lavender Farm west of Chehalis. From 10 … more
Smells of black coffee and bacon filled the West Thurston Fire Station in Rochester on Tuesday morning. The lights were off and the blinds were drawn low in an effort to keep the station cool before … more
After his first visit to the Pacific Northwest in the early 1990s, Dmitri Matheny, a professional jazz musician, knew he loved the region. In 2015, after two decades of yearly return trips, … more
When Thomasena Seifert was a child, one of her favorite things was going to garage sales with her mom, grandma and aunt. It was a fun outing that also helped them stretch their family budget. It … more
Friday night at Recreation Park in Chehalis was filled to the brim with lawn chairs, smiling faces and country music. Event organizers estimated there were between 2,000 and 2,500 attendees over … more
Volunteers and participants gathered outside Thorbeckes in Chehalis Saturday morning for a Mental Health and Suicide Awareness 5K honoring the life of Drew Douglass. Proceeds from the event will go … more
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