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The Centralia City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to sign off on the planning commission’s request to approve a 79-unit subdivision development that will include the construction of 33 … more
A motion to dismiss attempted murder charges against a Tacoma woman who allegedly fired a gun at a Washington State Patrol trooper in the Napavine area in May 2020 was struck down in Lewis County … more
A Packwood woman who allegedly threatened to kill another woman with a knife during a dispute early Wednesday morning is claiming that she acted in self defense, according to her … more
On this episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and VP Franklin Taylor cover Centralia’s quarantine facility, the TransAlta land saga, Tenino’s … more
Lewis County continues to buck statewide trends of declining COVID-19 case rates, and as Washington sees more promising signs of a retreating pandemic, Lewis County is reporting more cases and … more
Chehalis Mayor Dennis Dawes is all about public service — just look at the last 40 or so years as proof. He’s been a police chief, a city councilor, a school board member and even a … more
The Chehalis City Council on Monday passed a resolution establishing a new schedule of fees and charges that will largely impact parking violations, parks and facility usage, the Chehalis-Centralia … more
All charges against a Yakima man who had been accused of burglarizing his mother’s house in Toledo in February have been dropped. The Lewis County Superior Court case against Daniel McEwen … more
The 19th Legislative District’s Republican state lawmakers used their virtual town hall Tuesday to bash Gov. Jay Inslee over his controversial vetoes. The governor came under fire last week … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Burglary and Theft • Jonathan C. Siler, 26, of Centralia, was arrested in the 1600 block of South Gold Street just before 10:45 a.m. on May 24 and was booked … more
A Rainier High School student on the precipice of his young adult life died just two weeks before his high school graduation. Hundreds of community members came out for a vigil Friday, May 21, on … more
A three-year employee of Twin Transit has levied allegations of harassment and policy violations against the authority’s top leader, Executive Director Joe Clark, saying he acted in a … more
Washington’s unemployment rates appear to be plateauing after months of recovery from the pandemic, according to the state Employment Security Department’s (ESD) most recent monthly … more
The Trail of Two Forests Interpretive Site offers a short jaunt for those returning from the recently reopened-Ape Cave on the south side of Mount St. Helens. There, a boardwalk trail elevates … more
The Thurston County Fair has been canceled for the second year in a row, but a small event that will be closed to the public will still be held for youth development programs, the county announced … more
Thurston County reported 316 new confirmed COVID-19 cases over the past week as disease activity remains high and the county adjusts to new masking guidance. The case count is slightly higher than … more
House Republican leader J.T. Wilcox, R-Yelm, is speaking out against a Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) policy requiring employers to confirm and record the vaccination … more
Following passage of a bill designating Juneteenth a state holiday, recreationalists now won’t need to display a Discovery Pass for day-use parking at many Washington state public lands during … more
A Tacoma man who was injured in a rollover crash May 17 after he suffered a medical emergency while driving on southbound Interstate 5 just north of Castle Rock has died, the Washington State Patrol … more
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