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A SpaceX rocket booster falling out of orbit made for a spectacular display over much of the Pacific Northwest on Thursday night, prompting calls to authorities and excited posts to social … more
The search continues today for the body of an 18-year-old Centralia High School graduate who is believed to have drowned in Chehalis River late Tuesday afternoon.  Zach Hines-Rager and three … more
Undeterred by strong winds and rain, members of the community joined fallen Washington State Patrol Trooper Justin R. Schaffer’s family and colleagues in unveiling a monument erected in … more
When a child ends up in a situation in which they have to move on their own, whether to a foster home or to a permanent living situation, they often have social workers and court-appointed advocates … more
The legacy of Shanghai Cafe will live on thanks to its new owners, the Doans, who have spent the last two years renovating the nearly 100-year-old restaurant whose Chinese cuisine and butterfly sign … more
Centralia police and the Riverside Fire Authority responded to a three-vehicle collision at the intersection of Harrison and Belmont avenues in Centralia at about 7:10 p.m. Tuesday. One vehicle … more
Mossyrock’s iconic tulip fields are unlikely to return, as DeGoede Bulb Farm has discontinued the crop.  Last spring, the farm’s fields normally brimming with colorful tulips were … more
CAPITOL STATE FOREST, Thurston County — Older than Washington state, the biggest Douglas firs on this patch of state forestland have stood through more than a century of logging. Part of a … more
The U.S. Forest Service has finalized the details of a repair project intended to reduce the risk of a disastrous release of mud and sediment from Spirit Lake, which after the 1980 Mount St. Helens … more
A year after the Centralia School District closed all buildings to in-person learning in March 2020, middle and high school students reentered the classrooms this week. “This is a big step … more
Saturday marks the first day of spring, a season of growth and  rejuvenation that stretches until Sunday, June 20. Chronicle reporter Celene Fitzgerald took some time Thursday to walk the trails … more
Millions more Washingtonians are set to become eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine at the end of the month as Gov. Jay Inslee announced a new tier of state residents who will become eligible for doses … more
In honor of longtime Chehalis City Clerk Caryn Foley’s retirement, an open house was held at city hall on Tuesday so those who have known Foley over her 34-year career with the city could wish … more
The Chehalis-Centralia Railroad is inviting the public  to celebrate spring and the Easter season on April 3 with an excursion through the Chehalis River Valley.  Each train ride will be … more
A Pe Ell man has been charged for allegedly raping a 16-year-old four times within the last three months.  Jordan D. Coleman, 39, was arrested and booked into the Lewis County Jail at 1:20 … more
After a hit-and-run caused up to $150,000 in damage to the newly renovated Penny Playground in Chehalis, repairs are underway. Chehalis City Manager Jill Anderson said the city hopes the playground … more
Tenino residents will soon be able to get their hands on more sought-after wooden scrip pumped out by the city whose “lure,” according to Mayor Wayne Fournier, has involved … more
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