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Seattle-based education nonprofit Bezos Academy has signed a 10-year lease with United Way of Lewis County to operate a preschool for students from low-income families at the United Learning Center … more
Two weeks after an alarming news conference where hospital officials essentially said the state was heading to a very bad place with COVID hospitalizations, the situation has not improved much. On … more
While the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations in Washington may be showing early signs of a plateau, infection numbers are still high and scenes inside health care facilities remain "really bad," … more
A Lewis County woman is being held on suspicion of second-degree murder after allegedly facilitating the sale of stolen firearms linked to an undercover investigation that led to the fatal shooting … more
BOISE — More than 1,000 protesters surged around the National Interagency Fire Center Monday, where President Joe Biden received a briefing on wildfire response. Some protesters donned blue … more
Kicking off his first official trip to the West as commander in chief, President Joe Biden landed in Boise on Monday to tout his $3.5 trillion spending plan as key to combating wildfires and … more
Washington Department of Natural Resources lands east of the Cascades will reopen to the public on Thursday, according to a news release. The lands were closed July 23 because of extreme fire … more
Monday was the deadline for Nick Rolovich to receive the first Pfizer COVID-19 shot and be on track to be fully vaccinated by Gov. Jay Inslee's Oct. 18 deadline for public, private and charter school … more
A 25-year-old Auburn man is suspected of fatally shooting his older brother at an Auburn park early Saturday and then killing two other men minutes later in a head-on collision, according to Auburn … more
An Auburn-area member of the extremist Proud Boys group and his co-defendant made new appeals to a federal judge Monday that they should be released from custody pending their trial on federal … more
With three pregnant J pod orcas in local waters, boaters are being asked to keep their distance and commercial tour operators are being told to stay at least a nautical half-mile from the … more
Dozens of Washington State Patrol troopers and other state and local government employees have sued Gov. Jay Inslee, contending his COVID-19 vaccine mandate oversteps his legal authority and violates … more
Two of Lewis County’s three commissioners are out of the office, either sick with COVID-19 or potentially exposed to the virus. With Gary Stamper already intubated in a Vancouver ICU for … more
Local fire departments are being pulled from both sides, with packed hospitals stretching crews thin and some staffers considering leaving over vaccine mandates. Meanwhile, in-house COVID-19 cases … more
Back in March, heart-throb pop star Harry Styles daringly brought back the feather boa, setting off a chain reaction of headlines heralding the hip look. But if feather-clad necks are back in … more
Grays Harbor Fire District  1 in Oakville responded with the assistance of Grays Harbor District 5 and the West Thurston Regional Fire Aauthority to a structure fire on South Bank Road at about … more
A new internet provider is coming to Winlock, bringing with it a revolutionary open-market, revenue-sharing system intended to connect rural residents to affordable high-speed internet. Althea … more
The Salvation Army of Centralia has twice this month been targeted in thefts of catalytic converters from its vehicles. In a post on Facebook, the nonprofit, which is located on North Gold … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Crash • A two-vehicle collision was reported at Reynolds Avenue and North Pearl Street at about 4:25 p.m. on Sept. 10.   Reckless Burning • … more
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