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The Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet in the TransAlta Commons at Centralia College on Friday night.  With hundreds in attendance, Chamber Executive Director … more
OLYMPIA — Two proposals emerged this week to update how Washington law deals with possession of illicit drugs, a quandary the state has faced since the Washington Supreme Court struck down the … more
Proposed legislation, inspired by the missing 6-year-old Oakville girl Oakley Carlson, has been filed this week in the 68th legislative session. H.B. 1397, aka the “Oakley Carlson … more
Michelle Mackey’s family is now desperately trying to fly her back to the U.S. as the private hospital she is currently in, Hospital CIMA in San Jose, Costa Rica, is now refusing to give her … more
Transportation Security Administration officers found a record 164 firearms in carry-on luggage at Washington airports last year, according to the TSA. Officers found the majority of firearms at … more
Michelle Mackey, a Chehalis resident and the owner of the Rise & Grind coffee stand in Ashford, is slowly recovering, according to an update posted to the crowdfunding page set up to help pay for … more
The boyfriend of a woman who died of an overdose in Chehalis early Thursday morning was formally charged with controlled substance homicide in Lewis County Superior Court on Friday.  The … more
Fat with rain, the Chehalis River howls over Rainbow Falls — “Slōsid,” or “fish trap,” these ancient fishing grounds … more
Nineteenth Legislative District state Sen. Jeff Wilson and state Reps. Jim Walsh and Joel McEntire have announced they will be holding a one-hour virtual town hall meeting on Thursday, Jan. 26, from … more
After opening the first Spruce Skin & Wax Shoppe in Olympia 14 years ago, owner and master esthetician Annie Evans opened Spruce’s second location in downtown Chehalis this … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT  Malicious Mischief  • The window of a vehicle parked in a lot in the 700 block of Pioneer Way was reportedly broken out just after 8:50 a.m. on Jan. … more
The state House Transportation Committee is scheduled to hold a public hearing on state Rep. Peter Abbarno’s bill, House Bill 1004, on Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 4 p.m.  Called … more
It only took a year or two after the Napavine School District completed its last round of major renovations to the school in the early 2000s for the student population to outgrow the … more
With the Economic Alliance of Lewis County having recently acquired the Discover Lewis County program, the alliance held a summit at the Mayfield Lake Resort and Marina Wednesday evening for … more
Nine proposals by Native American tribes to rename features across Washington state were approved by the Board of Natural Resources during a meeting on Tuesday morning. The proposals came in the U.S. … more
Authorities collected a disposable black glove, hair strands and a pillow with a reddish-brown stain among other items during a search of a Washington State University apartment unit rented by the … more
Thurston County is ending its free mulch program at the Waste and Recovery Center (WARC) in Lacey on Jan. 31 because of concerns about customer safety and materials contained in the mulch. Mulch … more
WASHINGTON — The United States is locked in a delicate dance with Turkey, one of its most problematic allies, that involves fighter jets, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Congress and, … more
Illinois lawmakers wasted no time in the new legislative session, taking just five days to pass major gun safety measures that include a ban on semi-automatic rifles, high-capacity magazines and gun … more
New Mexico prosecutors said they are filing felony criminal charges against actor Alec Baldwin and the armorer of the low-budget western “Rust,” following the fatal shooting of the … more
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