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Centralia’s extremely popular Lighted Tractor Parade will take place on Dec. 11 at 6 p.m., bringing brightly-lit tractors and vehicles through downtown Centralia. Parts of Tower Avenue, Main … more
The United States Air Force song, beginning with “Off we go, into the wild blue yonder,” was written by a Chehalis High School graduate. This is just one of the countless ties between … more
Neal Kirby, who worked previously as the principal at Edison Elementary School and Centralia Middle School, has made it to the top of Mount Rainier five times in his sixties. But that hasn’t … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Crashes • One driver was taken to the hospital with minor injuries after they were involved in a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of West Fifth and … more
Arbor Health has announced more awards granted to staff of the health care company, which is comprised of Morton Hospital and clinics in Morton, Mossyrock and Randle. Two employees have been … more
The latest battle in Joe Kent’s life is a primary election nine months away. It’s unlike any the former Green Beret has faced before. Perched on a picnic table in Kalama, Washington, … more
To have an event added to the calendar, email reporter Isabel Vander Stoep at ‘The Shed' Christmas Market Dec. 2 through 4 at 516 Spooner Road, Chehalis; Thursday 4 … more
In many ways, “The Best Christmas Pageant” is the perfect Christmas story for the Evergreen Playhouse this year, said Dave Marsh, who is co-directing the show with his wife, … more
The South Thurston Fire and EMS Fire Protection District 12’s bond measure to replace its current headquarters tallied up 61.61% of voters in favor of the measure, or 1,056 votes, as tabulated … more
DETROIT — Two former political rivals are gearing up to begin collecting signatures for an initiative that could make their vision of deciding presidential elections by the popular vote rather … more
Even the dictionary knows you’ve been “doing your own research.” After a year of normalizing phrases like “shots in arms” and “COVID toe,” Merriam-Webster … more
LOS ANGELES — In 2018, Matthew Strugar received a postcard from a whale. The card came out of an old SeaWorld tourist pack, the kind with glossy pictures of animals doing tricks, purchased … more
CHICAGO — It’s not unusual for people to cry on the phone when they talk with contact tracers. Often, people vent to them about their fears, such as missing work because of a COVID-19 … more
NEW YORK — The first woman to say she was assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein is bracing for a moment she’s long dreaded: the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell. Opening arguments begin Monday in the … more
Heavy rainfall and gusts brought flooding and power outages to parts of northwest Washington, including communities still reeling from devastating floods two weeks ago. The National Weather … more
The nursing shortage is a pressing reality for hospitals across Washington. A recent survey from the Washington State Hospital Association, which included responses from 80 hospitals that have 85% … more
Support for Washington state's long-term care benefit program is divisive, but 51% of Washington residents support the program, according to an AARP poll published this fall. A third of residents … more
University of Washington researchers have developed a wearable device used to detect and reverse opioid overdoses, a potentially significant step in curbing a local and national opioid epidemic … more
The World Health Organization is urging caution after two South African health experts, including the doctor who first sounded the alarm about the omicron variant, indicated that symptoms linked to … more
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