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After Gov. Jay Inslee signed a new bill related to pet insurance into law in April, Washington residents can expect more protection and less confusion, according to a news release from Washington … more
As the City of Tenino nears completion of renovations to reopen its regionally-famous Quarry Pool, city staff are seeking seasonal lifeguards to help keep visitors safe once it’s officially … more
The Onalaska woman accused of stealing a substantial amount of mail in Lewis County has pleaded guilty to a combined total of 47 charges between her three active Lewis County Superior Court cases. … more
The Centralia Downtown Festivals Association is once again hosting guided “Museums, Murals & Moonshine” tours of historic downtown Centralia on Saturday, June 3. “Join us … more
On the 144th episode of The Chronicle News Dump hosts Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and Assistant Editor Isabel Vander Stoep discuss the latest lawsuit filed against Lewis County, the … more
Shawn Jemtegaard’s family members, friends, colleagues, and youth football athletes gathered at Yelm High School on Sunday, May 21, to honor his life and memory during a memorial service. … more
Lewis County officials declined to comment this week on a pending $20 million legal claim submitted by the estate of Aron Christensen that is the likely precursor to a lawsuit.  … more
The U.S. Forest Service is hoping, somehow, the travelers from across the world who come to visit Mount St. Helens this summer still get their views of the unique, eruption-severed north face, … more
The family of Aron Christensen, a Portland musician who was shot to death along with his puppy Buzzo while hiking on a remote Washington trail last August, is planning to sue the sheriff’s … more
State Rep. Peter Abbarno, R-Centralia, was recently appointed to serve as the top Republican on the House Capital Budget Committee after previously serving as the assistant ranking member since he … more
A jury in Thurston County found five co-defendants guilty last week of unlawful manufacture and possession of marijuana with the intent to deliver, resolving a case that began when law enforcement … more
Bob Peters has seen just about everything change at Centralia College over the years, a steady flow of new faces and spaces. A pillar for Trailblazer athletics for 36 years, Peters was shocked a … more
The Sharon Care Center in Centralia held a senior fair on Friday as part of its celebration of National Nursing Home Week. The event provided residents, staff and their families with fun activities … more
The Washington state Attorney General’s Office has filed a petition to have 32-year-old Rupp Freece, a level three sex offender living in Mossyrock, involuntarily committed as a sexually … more
Sandstone is likely Tenino’s most famed product. But few know that the United States Capitol has a stone representing every state, and Washington’s is Tenino sandstone.   … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Criminal Trespass   • Officers responded to a report of homeless people attempting to set up camp on private property at the intersection of Galvin … more
State Senate Republican Leader John Braun, R-Centralia, criticized the decision by Gov. Jay Inslee to veto budget provisions addressing notification of residents when sexually violent predators are … more
Most Thurston County voters will have a long list of candidates to choose from in the upcoming 2023 elections. A total of 132 people filed papers indicating their intentions to run by the Friday, May … more
As of noon on May 22, a total of 166 candidates had filed to run for 116 various city government, port, school, fire, cemetery, hospital and water-sewer district positions throughout Lewis County. … more
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