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Most structures are not assembled overnight. But along narrow Howanut Road, parallel to the Black River in the Oakville area, that’s the goal for one particular project. The … more
The latest Federal Elections Commission (FEC) filings are in, and congressional candidate Joe Kent broke $1 million raised in his bid to unseat incumbent U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler in the 2022 … more
White Pass plans to double the size of its High Camp lodge and build a new guest services building to better accommodate growing crowds at the ski area. The Forest Service revealed the proposal to … more
October is National Women’s Small Business Month. As one of the many local women-owned businesses, The Chronicle this week spoke with Lewis County Coffee Company co-owners, stepmother-daughter … more
As of Monday, 127 individuals had separated from employment at the Washington State Patrol because of the coronavirus vaccine mandate, WSP said in a statement released early Tuesday. Among them … more
Nope: With Federal Assistance in Limbo, Commissioner Says Refusal Linked to Opposition to Vaccine Mandate Lewis County Commissioner Sean Swope said Monday he was “not budging” with his … more
A woman has been charged with first-degree arson for allegedly starting the fire that destroyed a Pe Ell residence, two trailers and the surrounding brush Thursday afternoon.  Fire crews were … more
If Flavortown is the destination, Lewis County residents don’t have to board a plane. “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” one of Food Network’s most popular shows, came to the … more
Proof of COVID-19 Jab or Recent Negative Test Needed for Entry if More Than 1,000 Indoor, 10,000 Outdoor Attendees Those attending large events in Washington state will have to show they are fully … more
STATE GRANT: $135 Million in First-Round Funding to Be Distributed to Governments, Tribes, Nonprofits The Lewis County Board of Commissioners is moving forward with a proposal from ToledoTel to … more
W.F. West High School students going to school this month should expect to see parents gathered around the student drop-off area holding signs, not in protest, but to offer words of encouragement to … more
Bucoda, or BOO-coda during the month of October, claims to be the “World's Tiniest Town with the Biggest Halloween Spirit.” As one of the many events supporting its claim in the … more
Plans: WDFW Director in Support of Either Removing Dam or Installing ‘State-Of-The-Art’ Fish Passage System The Chehalis Basin Board on Thursday approved funding for studies to see if … more
Precinct committee officers with the Lewis County Republicans will convene a special meeting Tuesday, Oct. 26, to choose three candidates who will be considered by the two county commissioners to … more
When five patients at Health & Hope Medical Outreach’s free clinic had to be referred to Providence for an electrocardiogram (ECG) — a noninvasive test used to diagnose common heart … more
Brian Footen has spent the majority of his working days inside a kayak, with Oct. 1 taking him to the Nisqually Delta. That’s because Footen’s organization, EarthViews, is in the … more
As many as 3,000 people gathered on the state Capitol Campus Sunday afternoon to voice opposition to Gov. Jay Inslee’s vaccine mandate for state workers. Inslee’s emergency order … more
There’s something special happening in Room 17 at Morton Elementary School.  Inside the basement level classroom, transitional kindergarten teacher Kevin Dunlap reads a book on the … more
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