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Magic, mystery and “managed mischief” will abound in Chehalis the first two days of October when the Chehalis-Centralia Railroad & Museum’s 1920s coach cars transform into the … more
I dove into the throng of thrifters and vendors crowding either side of U.S. Highway 12 for the Packwood Flea Market on Sunday with a mission: Find the “weirdest” thing I could buy for … more
Hundreds of Classic and Custom Cars crowded the lots and fields surrounding the Veterans Memorial Museum in Chehalis on Sunday morning for the Rust or Shine Car Show. Most of the classics were … more
The first Tenino Railroad Day is coming up on Sept. 17 and will feature a ribbon-cutting ceremony that will signal the reopening of a caboose at the Tenino Depot Museum. The caboose has been … more
Meta, Facebook's parent company, repeatedly and intentionally violated Washington campaign ad transparency law, and must pay penalties yet to be determined, a judge ruled Friday. The court also … more
A horse is a horse, of course. But only a person can be a plaintiff. So ruled the Oregon Court of Appeals, declaring Wednesday that a horse dubbed Justice had no legal ability to file a lawsuit … more
Elk sounds vary from grunts, screams and coos to something like an excited chimpanzee – a sound human elk callers refer to as “chuckling.” None of it sounds like something that … more
The 64-year-old West Linn Doctor accused by more than 100 patients of abusing them over several decades will not face criminal charges, the Clackamas County District Attorney’s Office said … more
It’s not so easy to get a good look at the north side of Mount Hood. While folks in Washington might be used to a distant look at the north face of Oregon’s tallest mountain, … more
Washington's Republican candidate for Senate declined to say Sunday if she still is actively seeking the endorsement of former President Donald Trump, while the incumbent defended the decisions to … more
One person died and nine others were unaccounted for in a floatplane crash Sunday afternoon near Whidbey Island. The plane crashed in Mutiny Bay, west of Whidbey Island, with nine adults and one … more
Washington workers are forming unions at the highest rate in years,  and Starbucks employees in company hometown Seattle are leading the way, a Seattle Times analysis of federal labor records … more
The Thurston County coroner has identified the man who was shot dead during an argument on Aug. 29. Stephan Santella, 39, of Olympia, died from multiple gunshot wounds, according to coroner Gary … more
The Packwood Flea Market extends through Monday in the East Lewis County town. Thousands of shoppers hunted for deals amid hundreds of vendors while Chronicle reporter Isabel Vander Stoep and … more
The family of Gabriel Davies, the 16-year-old murder suspect from Olympia, is asking for help to pay for his legal fees and bring him home.  A GoFundMe page went live sometime on the … more
Behavior on the Goat Rocks Fire near Packwood was significantly reduced Saturday after the Forst Service reported “rapid growth” on Friday.  High humidity and cloud cover … more
The still developing story of Olympia teen Gabriel Davies began with fear last week: The 16-year-old athlete was reported missing, last seen in a remote area of Thurston County. After a search and … more
More than two years have passed since the body of a missing Auburn woman was found buried in the Cascade mountains of King County, days after her car was torched in downtown Tacoma. The killing … more
It seems being a public figure can't protect you from being a victim of Southwest Washington's rise in property crimes. Vancouver resident and Republican candidate for the 49th Legislative District … more
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