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Mossyrock businesses and residents defying statewide COVID-19 restrictions were again backed up by their city council this week. On Thursday, the body adopted a resolution indicating that any … more
The proposed $2 billion methanol production facility in Kalama is likely out of gas as the city’s port says the project backers will end their lease. On June 11, the Port of Kalama announced … more
Is the glass — or, in this instance, the pool — half empty or half full? Depends on who you ask. When it comes to the sun-soaked swimmers who come out every summer to the Tenino … more
Dr. Leslie Fountain Williams, who served most recently as the college president’s chief of staff and board of trustees liaison at Helene Fuld College of Nursing in New York City, was recently … more
Centralia Mayor Susan Luond at Tuesday night’s council meeting signed a proclamation recognizing Saturday, June 19, as Juneteenth, a holiday marking the belated announcement in Texas of the end … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Crash • A non-injury, three-vehicle collision at the intersection of South Pearl and West Cherry streets was reported just after 7:30 a.m. on June 9. … more
Paul Ericson, owner and president of Chehalis-based Shelton Structures and a board member for the Lewis Economic Development Council, was appointed Thursday to fill a vacant seat on the Port of … more
Fully-vaccinated members of the public can now unmask in some county buildings, and county employees are getting the option too — if they can prove their vaccination status. Lewis County … more
There will be an additional three days of halibut fishing out of Westport, June 17, 20 and 24, charter boat Predator captain Derek Gochanour announced on his Facebook page Tuesday. The general … more
Rochester’s Swede Day is back this year for its 41st anniversary. The festival, organized by the Grand Mound Rochester Citizens Group, is an important cultural tradition for Rochester. First … more
On Aug. 13, 1921, the residents of Winlock celebrated the completion of a road between Winlock and Cowlitz Corner. And because of Winlock’s thriving poultry and egg industry, they called the … more
The Washington State Fair is returning this year to Puyallup in September. "THE WASHINGTON STATE FAIR IS BACK!!!," organizers posted on Twitter Thursday, artfully capturing the excitement with all … more
A former prison guard who admitted to smuggling 200 strips of prescription opioid medicine into the Airway Heights Correction Center last July  has been sentenced to two months in prison, far … more
The nearly 300,000 Washingtonians still filing for unemployment benefits will soon be required to look for work to keep those benefits coming. The job-search requirement resumes July 4, the state … more
The man who won the first $250,000 prize in Washington's COVID-19 vaccine lottery claimed his award Thursday, the Washington Lottery announced. "I got lucky," the winner, identified as Lance R., … more
U.S. Sen. Patty Murray is renewing a push for legislation that would create more than $1 billion in grants over five years to close the digital divide and bring broadband internet access to people … more
A Vancouver man was arrested Thursday after allegedly entering two women's apartments last week and groping them while they slept. Benjamin Jerome T. White, 21, was booked into the Clark County … more
A Pe Ell man accused of shooting and killing his brother while unsafely handling a firearm in April 2018 has entered an Alford plea to one count of second-degree manslaughter.  With an Alford … more
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