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The stench emanating from 275 Lone Yew Road in Toledo quickly overwhelmed the three Lewis County Animal Control officers who toured the property alongside a veterinarian on March 31.  They … more
OLYMPIA — The Washington State Department of Agriculture is asking owners of chickens, ducks and other domestic birds to be vigilant following an outbreak of avian influenza in six … more
New cases of COVID-19 in Thurston County increased in the health department’s latest report as 631 cases were tallied during the period of May 9 through May 15. The prior week there were … more
Gas prices started to decrease after the shock of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, but prices are now on the rise again in the Evergreen State. In Washington, the average of gas recently rose … more
A family of five from Camas, Washington, was on the way home from Cannon Beach last month when a driver fired into the car several times, narrowly missing three children in the backseat, newly … more
A defense attorney argued Monday that an Ariel man didn't intend to kill his former partner and the couple's 4-year-old daughter when he loosened the lug nuts on her car's tires in the middle of the … more
Wednesday marks the 42nd anniversary of the cataclysmic eruption of Mount St. Helens. At 8:32 a.m. May 18, 1980, the mountain's top collapsed in the largest landslide in recorded history. It … more
OLYMPIA — Early this year, as he watched legislation to grant collective bargaining rights to staffers at the Washington Legislature stall yet again, state Rep. Mike Sells decided to send a … more
LVIV, Ukraine — Russia on Monday warned Finland and Sweden that plans to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization were a "grave mistake," as Moscow's forces stepped up attacks in eastern and … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. will reestablish a permanent troop presence in Somalia to counter the al-Shabab terrorist group, reversing a decision by former President Donald Trump to withdraw the … more
A powerful winter-like storm will bring rain and wind to western Washington on Wednesday. A foot of snow could fall in the Cascades. "It's something we would be used to seeing in November or … more
The road to the August primary election and the November general election officially began Monday with the start of filing week. Would-be candidates have through Friday afternoon to file the … more
Delivering mail to 80 houses in the Pe Ell area started as a part-time gig for Lisa-Marie Wilson to earn some extra money as a stay-at-home mom. But in the nine and a half years Wilson has been … more
The Trinity Rebekah Lodge in Napavine held a spaghetti and bingo fundraising event on May 7 in support of the L.C. Renal Alliance. The lodge was packed with families of all ages enjoying an evening … more
Lewis County Young Republicans Chair Rachel Anderson recently issued a statement following the removal of herself and Lewis County Republicans Chair Brandon Svenson from the Washington State Young … more
Late last week, a Centralia City Councilor expressed criticism of her fellow councilors’ actions during the council meeting on May 10. Councilor Leah Daarud put forth a resolution aimed at … more
With a home already in Chehalis, Silver Acres Adult Family Homes opened a new long-term care facility in Centralia earlier this month, adding a second spot in the Twin Cities where the business can … more
The body of an Olympia man was found Saturday night in west Olympia, according to the Thurston County Coroner’s Office. Police were dispatched to a site underneath the Percival Creek bridge … more
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