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On this 60th episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and Franklin "The Veep" Taylor discuss Monday’s “Save the Fair” meeting, the new Little … more
On this 59th episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and Franklin Taylor discuss World War 2 veterans, Starbucks coming to town kind of, masks in Onalaska, … more
On this 58th episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and ya boy Luke Kilgore cover the latest in elections, and Camo, and Spiffy’s, and a poplar farm, … more
On this 57th episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and special guest Pete Caster talk about a local school district’s new policy, changes in Packwood, … more
On this 56th episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and the Hoquiam hustler himself Luke Kilgore talk about living in a pro-proclamation county, … more
On this 55th episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and the Hoquiam hustler himself Luke Kilgore talk about county proclamations, Larry Miner, Steve Ward, … more
On this 54th episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and Number One Boy Luke Kilgore talk about FESTIVAL WEEKEND in Lewis County, Jim Walsh’s recent … more
On this 53rd episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and Number One Boy Luke Kilgore talk about a malnourished editor-in-chief, horses in Winlock, the county … more
On this 52st episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and pal Luke Kilgore talk about the Packwood sewer system, an interesting Chehalis School Board meeting, … more
On this 51st episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and pal Luke Kilgore talk about Kilgore’s love of oversized checks, groundbreaking ceremonies, … more
On this week’s News Dump, the hosts Aaron VanTuyl, Eric Schwartz and ⁦Luke Kilgore ask which YA fiction series Rep. Jim Walsh should use for his next political metaphor and talk about signs … more
On this episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and special guest Luke Kilgore draft their own NIMBY letter, help the county decide how to spend $15 million … 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
On this episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and Tenino Mayor Wayne Fournier talk about sanctuary cities, rat problems, Blippi, running for office, … more
On this episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and Regional Editor Justyna Tomtas discuss a quarantine site in Centralia, Blippi coming to Tenino again, … more
On this episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and reporter Eric Rosane hold a mock draft of local festivals, talk about the 19th and 20th districts’ … more
On this episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and Reporter Claudia Yaw cover the whistleblower complaint at the animal shelter, Toledo’s options for a … more
On this episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and Reporter Claudia Yaw cover: SPACE Jim Walsh and the option to not vote Kids finding school … more
On this episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and Reporter Claudia Yaw cover: A guy with COVID symptoms walking right into court Morton police not … more
On this episode, Chronicle Associate Editor Aaron VanTuyl, Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz and Reporter Claudia Yaw cover: A local name in the NCAA basketball tournament The internet being … more
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