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The Chronicle is now publishing historical photos from the archives in every edition. The Chronicle is working to digitize thousands of images currently stored on film in order to preserve them … 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
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
The establishment of the brand new Adna Burger Bar was a sight to behold, according to owners Cindy and Jim Smith. Selling four kinds of burgers and baskets of fries to a line of 30 to 40 … more
Beginning today, The Chronicle will begin publishing historical photos from the archives in every edition. The Chronicle is working to digitize thousands of images currently stored on film in … more
Washington state plans to build an involuntary psychiatric treatment facility at the Maple Lane campus near Grand Mound by 2023. A contracted healthcare provider would use the 16-bed facility to … more
A pair of refurbished electric buses arrived at Twin Transit’s depot last week, and riders could see the 35-foot clean and quiet transit vehicles in use later this summer. The buses were … more
The COVID-19 pandemic took a lot of things away for a while. And one upcoming theater production is not only bringing live theater back to the community, but also giving back to a group of kids who … more
A Centralia man is facing criminal charges after he allegedly crashed his vehicle on Interstate 5 near Joint Base Lewis-McChord, forced a woman out of her car and stole that vehicle, then led state … more
The Nisqually Land Trust and the Nisqually Indian Tribe have entered into a historic partnership, purchasing 2,200 acres and over three miles of critical salmon habitat along Busy Wild Creek on the … more
The Twin Cities have had two legendary coaches with exceptionally long-term careers. Ron Brown coached for 58 years in Centralia, and they named the high school basketball court after him. Next … more
Service dogs are typically raised and trained to help one person. Oak, the nearly 9-year-old black lab who worked as a therapy dog at both the Lewis County Law and Justice Center and Providence … more
By Emily Fitzgerald emily@chronline.com For the first time in over a year, groups of families with children could be seen playing at Penny Playground on Friday. The chain-linked fencing … more
Karen Pastori, a Napavine resident of 16 years, says she loves her community. But sometimes, rumors spread. Often, like a bad game of telephone, the word isn’t always accurate. So when … more
Corine Aiken, the former Chehalis Timberland Regional Library manager and educator known for being “intelligent, beautiful, of the heart and soul” and “passionate,” died … more
An end to restrictions put in place to combat the COVID-19 pandemic is in sight as Gov. Jay Inslee announced a change in statewide policy Thursday, May 13. During a press conference, Inslee said … more
OLYMPIA — Washington’s broad COVID-19 restrictions will lift by June 30, if not sooner. And starting immediately, fully-vaccinated people will have fewer requirements for wearing masks, … more
In the two months since the Washington Supreme Court struck down the state’s felony drug possession law, the Lewis County Prosecutor’s Office has been working to review every conviction … more
Like many teenagers, Centralia High School senior Andrew Roulst spent a good chunk of the pandemic indoors, socially distanced and playing video games. But he wasn’t playing those … more
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