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Dr. Alicia Spalding smiles next to a honeybee mural in her new Nature Nurture Farmacy in Chehalis, and looks down at a vintage baby scale. Dr. Jeanne Adams, who worked in this building for decades, … more
Gathered in a large crescent circle around a plaque commemorating Centralia’s Black founding father, community members and city councilors held the city’s first formal event celebrating … more
Tanner Vaughn knew what he wanted to be when he grew up by the time he was 9 years old. The 2021 W.F. West grad and star pitcher for the Bearcats baseball team knew he wanted to be a Major League … more
After raising more than $73,000 for K9 Arlo's care earlier this year, the Thurston County Deputy Sheriffs Foundation has yet to decide what to do with most of the money. Law enforcement … more
A 67-year-old Seattle man died in a crash in Randle on Friday, according to the Washington State Patrol.  Joe A. Trudeau, 67, was traveling east near mile marker 117 at Young Road on a 2003 … more
When 2021 Rochester grad Eddie Burkhardt untied his cleats after his final high school football game on March 19, he wasn’t sure what his next step in life would be. The last four years had … more
In 2014, Onalaska Wood Energy was an exciting local prospect, hoping to turn forestry scraps into “biochar” — a high-carbon agricultural product and proposed climate mitigation … more
Between 200 and 300 family, friends, students, athletes and alumni gathered at Rochester High School June 5 for the rededication of the baseball field in honor of Rochester teacher and coach Justin … more
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposes listing a bird found in the North Cascades as threatened under the Endangered Species Act due to the likelihood that climate change will shrink its … more
An Enumclaw man was arrested Tuesday and stands accused of the 2003 rape and kidnapping of a 17-year-old girl in Grays Harbor County.  Paul Bieker was arrested after the Grays Harbor County … more
Students unpacked ponchos as rain pitter-pattered across the pavement, community members stapled signs together and children lined the road as dozens of citizens protested the Rainier School … more
As organizers of community festivals throughout Southwest Washington began announcing this spring they would be bringing back their events in 2021, Jerry Owens of the Napavine Funtime Festival held … more
A resort long proposed in a prime location near Mount Rainier National Park has suffered a serious setback that could lead to its demise. In a decision issued May 20, a hearing examiner granted … more
Magic can rarely exist in the face of investigation. To many, the city of Tenino is filled with mystique and enchantment. The town’s swimming pool is an old sandstone quarry. The source of … more
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