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A groundbreaking ceremony is set for Tuesday, June 8, for the United Learning Center (ULC) building, according to the United Way of Lewis County. The building is due to be constructed on the corner … more
Residents can still throw their hat in the ring for several local elections. Thirty-two elected positions are without a single candidate after the county’s regular filing period, prompting a … more
A Seatac man accused of molesting two teenage girls in Lewis County in 2019 has pleaded guilty to charges of attempted second-degree assault, fourth-degree assault with sexual motivation and … more
Randle’s Mountain View Library may soon have new digs, as Timberland Regional Library leadership works with a local agent to find a different location. In 2018, the rural library joined … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Malicious Mischief • A broken window in the 1000 block of Scammon Creek Road was reported at 11:05 a.m. on May 21. • Just after 2:35 p.m. on May 22, … more
Editor’s Note: Education Briefly is a new weekly feature of The Chronicle. Each Tuesday, Reporter Eric Rosane will round up news from the local education scene. He can be reached at … more
When Melissa Nolan started Misspits Rescue in 2013, it was focused on saving pit bulls. Eight years later, in addition to pit bulls, Nolan’s farm near Oakville is home to cows, goats, … more
Since 1946, the attorneys with Althauser Rayan Abbarno have helped clients navigate complex legal issues involving property, real estate, and landlord-tenant issues.  The law regulating … more
State shellfish managers have approved four more days of razor clam digging at Mocrocks Beach only, after marine toxin tests showed the clams are safe to eat. The approved morning razor clam digs … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Vehicle Prowl • A vehicle prowl was reported in the 100 block of Virginia Drive at approximately 1:15 p.m. on May 19. • A vehicle prowl reported in … more
By The Chronicle staff This week, the community mourns former Lewis County District Court judge and notable volunteer Mike Roewe, whose death was announced on Monday. Roewe’s brother, … more
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) says it is pausing efforts to acquire thousands of acres of TransAlta land in Centralia as part of a controversial effort to transform a former … more
If you’re looking for some climbing, some slime and some Bigfoot lore, the recently-reopened Ape Cave at Mount St. Helens may be the sweet spot. The pitch-black cave provides a trek into where … more
Sometimes you find gold where you least expect it. Or, in the case of the city of Tenino, perhaps coal. But that’s not a bad thing. Tenino and the nearby area was once well-known for … more
The Napavine School District is due to receive a $225,000 Washington state Department of Commerce grant to replace its aging boiler plant at the high school, improve its HVAC systems and install LED … more
All charges against a Pe Ell man who had been accused of injuring a 14-year-old while trying to stop the juvenile from hitting him in February have been dismissed without prejudice. The Lewis … more
Thursday’s virtual town hall allowed Republican state Sen. John Braun, Rep. Peter Abbarno and Rep. Ed Orcutt to repeat their condemnations of a capital gains tax, new environmental regulations … more
An ethics complaint lodged against Aberdeen Republican Rep. Jim Walsh by the Washington Black Lives Matter Alliance has been dismissed by the Legislative Ethics Board, which found a “lack of … more
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