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A recent study found that people in 33 out of the 39 Washington counties have become more overweight over the last 10 years, according to BarBend, an online strength training resource and fitness … more
On the 110th episode of News Dump, Aaron VanTuyl, Eric Schwartz, Franklin Taylor and Isabel Vander Stoep discuss everything happening at THE FAIR — from Little Miss Friendly to concerts to the … more
The Seattle City Attorney's Office is making the decision on whether to prosecute misdemeanors in a fraction of the time they were last year, and choosing to prosecute more than twice as often, … more
Fire destroyed a mobile home and damaged an abandoned motel near the Great Wolf Lodge in south Thurston County early Wednesday morning. Rob Smith, Interim Fire Chief at West Thurston Regional … more
A small fire that started early Tuesday in Capitol State Forest spread throughout the day but was considered contained by Tuesday evening. What started about 2:45 a.m. as a fire in a slash pile … more
Penny, a 3-month-old goat, was reunited with her family this week after being stolen from the Grays Harbor County Fair in Elma.  The Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office announced the … more
Thurston County reported 419 new COVID-19 cases and no additional deaths during the period of Aug. 8 through Aug. 14. There were 499 cases reported and two deaths between Aug. 1 and Aug. … more
Emma Britton told The Chronicle on Tuesday morning she would be thrilled if one of her friends — the other four top candidates — won. Perhaps that attitude is what earned her the title of … more
The Southwest Washington Fair started its six-day run on Tuesday. Here is a collection of photographs by Chronicle photographer Jared Wenzelburger. Find out more about the fair online at … more
On Monday, less than 24 hours before the start of the Southwest Washington Fair, volunteers in the horse arena found themselves in a predicament. “4H horse department is in a bind,” … more
Youngsters looking to get a taste of rodeo life can try their hand at mutton busting at the Southwest Washington Fair this week. Set up between the horse barns and the grandstands, mutton busting … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Criminal Trespass • A woman was trespassed from a business in the 500 block of North Pearl Street just before 8:45 a.m. on Aug. 15 after she slept on the … more
Visitors to the Southwest Washington Fair should never leave empty-handed. Of course, a bag of scones is a necessity. Fortunately, fairgoers only need one hand to carry home a willow tree … more
Centralia was set to see its second marijuana dispensary open, but the location at 1039 S. Gold St. might be in jeopardy due to a nearby mental health and drug rehabilitation center, CORE Health, … more
Fall quarter starts Sept. 19, but there’s still time to get started at Centralia College.   Students can get on the fast track with their registration, admission and financial aid at … more
The Chehalis Basin Local Action Non-Dam (LAND) committee has set up an online survey for residents of the basin. It’s available at   Anyone in … more
The newly-renovated Mineral Lake Lions Den Campground will host a local musician on the “Crawdad Stage” at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, for an event titled “Music Down in the … more
Multiple residents complained about speeding vehicles during the Pe Ell Town Council meeting on Tuesday night.   One resident asked if she could place signs along state Route 6 encouraging … more
Bail has been set at $25,000 for a Lewis County man accused of failing to register as a sex offender.   State law requires the defendant, Steven Allen Maggard, 51, to register as a Level 1 … more
On Tuesday, the Washington State Department of Commerce announced 284 successful applicants for over $3.3 million in pandemic relief and recovery grants. The entities receiving the funds come from 36 … more
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