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Thurston County plans to raise up to $52 million through a bond issue to finance its plan to remodel a reorganized courthouse campus. The Board of County Commissioners voted 2-1 on Tuesday to … more
A Camas woman died Saturday after she fell into the water near Spirit Falls and couldn't get out. Skamania County sheriff's deputies responded at 11:57 a.m. to a report of a dead person floating … more
A candidate in the race for the 4th Congressional district is asking for a no contact order against an opponent's campaign manager. Jerrod Sessler, who is running against several others for a … more
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, a landmark 1973 court ruling that established abortion as a constitutional right, that revokes the right from women and shifts … more
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling Thursday broadening federal rights to carry concealed firearms will not change carry permit laws in Washington, but it has spurred concern among state leaders. The … more
A doctor’s evaluation of Billy J. Bartlett, who is accused of killing a 46-year-old man and injuring a 12-year-old in Chehalis in December, has determined Bartlett has cause to use insanity as … more
It looks like there will be no state gas tax holiday for Washingtonians despite President Joe Biden’s endorsement of the idea as part of his Wednesday ask that Congress suspend the 18.4 cents … more
Washington state retailers lost $2.7 billion to organized retail crime in 2021, prompting Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson to assemble a retail crime theft task force. The task force … more
Every day, he threatens local government officials and staff at Chehalis City Hall. He’s relentless. He’s menacing. He’s less than 3 ounces. He’s a blackbird.  For … more
A recent report by doxo, a personal bill payment website, evaluated the United States' $4.6 trillion consumer bill pay market to determine what states are the most and least expensive. As … more
WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday ordered vaping giant JUUL to remove its remaining products from the market, after roughly two years of reviewing the company’s … more
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the rights of gun owners to carry a loaded weapon in public, ruling that the Second Amendment right to “bear arms” overrides laws … more
LVIV, Ukraine — Thousands of Ukrainian soldiers appeared to be all but encircled as Russian troops advanced Thursday around two strategically important cities in eastern Ukraine in what a … more
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Thursday shielded police from being sued by suspects for failing to provide well-known Miranda warnings. Ruling in a Los Angeles case called Vega vs. … more
Federal prosecutors recommended that Ghislaine Maxwell be sentenced to 30 to 55 years in prison, which would effectively be a life sentence for the 60-year-old former girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein. … more
A memorial for Jim Haslett, a former Napavine city councilor, will be held on June 25 from 1 to 3:30 p.m. at the Napavine Assembly of God beginning at 1 p.m. and Mayme Shaddock Park at 2:30 … more
Look for a full story on Wednesday military training exercise at the Chehalis-Centralia Airport in the Saturday edition of The Chronicle.  more
OLYMPIA — McDonald's is looking for a few good workers to staff its restaurants in Washington. In fact, in a press release, the company said it is inviting 4,300 job seekers looking for … more
OLYMPIA — A new report from the Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council estimates an increase of $1.46 billion in tax collections for the state's current two-year budget, which … more
Two weeks after the Thurston County Board of Commissioners wrote the Department of Natural Resources opposing a 16-acre cut near Summit Lake, another letter has made its way to the state. On … more
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