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Editor’s Note: This is the final installment in a series focused on the Chehalis School District and the success of its Student Achievement Initiative, which was launched in 2013. The full … more
The Napavine High School athletic department confirmed to The Chronicle on Sunday that sprinter Maddie Dickinson, who collapsed at the 1B/2B/1A state track and field championships in Yakima last … more
Volunteers from the Bricklayers Local 1 Washington and Alaska union have finished restoration efforts on the The Sentinel statue and Freedom Walk War Memorial at George Washington Park in downtown … more
The Visiting Nurses thrift shop was forced to close Thursday morning after a vehicle drove into the building off of Pearl Street in Centralia.   Centralia police had not released additional … more
Citing frustrations over decisions from the five-county library organization, Chehalis resident Brian Zylstra resigned from his position representing Lewis County on the Timberland Regional Library … more
Fifteen volunteers with the Mount St. Helens Institute on Tuesday hiked a 10-mile round trip to the Johnston Ridge Observatory for “important USDA Forest Service equipment that was … more
Centralia Police Department Criminal Trespassing   • Police were dispatched to a business in the 700 block of Harrison Avenue at about 12:15 p.m. May 24 for a report of a … more
The Packwood Flea Market was in full swing when these photographs were captured on Friday morning. The event began on Thursday and lasts through Monday, with hundreds of vendors spread throughout the … more
A new coffeehouse in the heart of downtown Chehalis has sprung from one family’s deep-rooted farming tradition in Lewis County.   Frank and Ann Stout needed office space for their … more
Around two dozen people were at Centralia College on Thursday morning as the college held its Memorial Day ceremony at the campus clocktower.   Local artist Kaitee Carney sang the national … more
With National Child Care Provider Day recently observed on May 12, Centralia Mayor Pro-Tem Cameron McGee on Tuesday read a proclamation declaring the date as Child Care Appreciation Day in the city. … more
Among 43 newly-commissioned troopers for the Washington State Patrol, two, Alexander T. Berea and Trace E. Bybee, will be placed in Chehalis. The Washington State Patrol held its 117th Trooper … more
Following are members of the Napavine Middle/High School first semester honor roll. Students are listed from highest to lowest grade-point average (GPA). Students with the same GPA are listed in … more
The City of Chehalis awarded contracts for construction and consultation work this month for phase two of the Main Street improvement project.   Rognlin’s Inc. out of Aberdeen was the … more
The Keepers Of The Faith, a southern gospel music group, will perform Sunday, June 4, at 3 p.m. at the Mountain View Baptist Church in Centralia. No tickets are required for the concert and no … more
Warrants charging two Centralia residents with grand larceny were announced by Lewis County Sheriff J.A. Blankenship on Thursday, May 27, 1943. The warrants were for George King and Glenn Darnell … more
An in-progress study has identified rural roads where Thurston County should prioritize safety and traffic flow improvements. The Thurston County Mobility Strategy Study has developed a list of … more
Upgrades to Tenino City Park will be supported by new grant funding from the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO). The state awarded more than $4.7 million on Tuesday to … more
While communities nationwide struggle with the rise in homelessness, progress to get   Lewis County’s new night-by-night homeless shelter ready to open was discussed at Tuesday … more
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