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Divers have recovered what is believed to be the body of Zach Hines-Rager, the Centralia teen who drowned in the Chehalis River on March 24.  The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office Dive … more
The city of Centralia’s Fourth of July festival, Summerfest, has been canceled for the second year in a row — but the city is hoping to host a “low-calorie version” of the … more
As the 2021 legislative session nears its end and state officials warn of an impending “fourth wave” of COVID-19, calls from Republican lawmakers to limit the governor’s emergency … more
Leco Supply, an independent Chehalis-based janitorial supply company that has been doing business in Southwest Washington for 34 years, was recognized as the Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce … more
Pe Ell seniors Kollin Jurek and Joey McCalden have seen some tough times, but through it all, their friendship kept them going. They met on the Pe Ell School playground in preschool. This was … more
As far as first years in business go, Timber Patch Brewing & Taproom had an uphill battle to reach its first anniversary celebration in March. Opening just two weeks before non-essential … more
Gov. Jay Inslee has made a new call to action in the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, asking for Washington residents to “take it outside” as much as possible as more … more
Data analyst Keegan Skeate agonized for more than a year about telling the state about some suspicious test results at a marijuana testing lab. In a converted 107-year-old former bank building in … more
At least 60 different boats and flotation devices ranging from canoes and kayaks to rafts and inner tubes traveled roughly 8 miles down the Chehalis River on Saturday during a beloved annual river … more
New routes announced this week by Twin Transit will allow local residents to connect with Intercity Transit in Tumwater, meaning travelers will be able to reach Olympia, Lacey, Aberdeen and beyond, … more
W.F. West High School in Chehalis has received a School of Excellence award from the American College Application Campaign (ACAC), a national effort to increase the number of first-generation college … more
On Saturday evening, Love In the Name of Christ (INC) held a drive-through “Souper Supper,” serving 200 bowls of soup in exchange for donations. Soups were provided by Sweet … more
Nineteenth District Republican Rep. Jim Walsh introduced a bill this week to prohibit the use of so-called “vaccine passports,” controversial systems that prove individuals are vaccinated … more
The escalation of homelessness in Washington state due to COVID-19 has the governor calling for some late action by state legislators to fund potentially hundreds of millions of dollars more in … more
The story of Boccata’s journey through the last two years is a love story. In July 2019, Darin Harris, chef and owner of the Centralia Mediterranean restaurant, got married. His wife, Kim … more
Sam Rinker has been flying right-hand to his dad, Kraig, for as long as he can remember. But last month, the 16-year-old flew solo for the first time: a major milestone for every budding pilot … more
The body of a missing woman was recovered from a sunken vehicle in the Chehalis River near Oakville Monday The victim, 45-year-old Sabrina Lynn Cole, had been missing since March 20.  Her … more
Volunteer divers and community members have organized a renewed search for Zach Hines-Rager’s body after local law enforcement called off their search efforts last week. A YouTube content … more
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