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Gov. Jay Inslee said Tuesday that if sports fans want to root on the Cougars and Huskies this fall in-person, the best way to make that happen is to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. "It's a distinct … more
Former Fire District 5 Fire Chief Dan Prater pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of first degree theft after allegedly misappropriating funds from the fire district starting in 2016. He made the … more
The Thurston County Fair has been canceled for the second year in a row, but a small event that will be closed to the public will still be held for youth development programs, the county announced … more
Unsecured loads add to litter along Washington's highways, and can cause preventable crashes. State officials hope to raise awareness about the issue with a new campaign. The "We Keep Washington … more
Thurston County reported 316 new confirmed COVID-19 cases over the past week as disease activity remains high and the county adjusts to new masking guidance. The case count is slightly higher than … more
House Republican leader J.T. Wilcox, R-Yelm, is speaking out against a Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) policy requiring employers to confirm and record the vaccination … more
Photos from the 1952 Southwest Washington Fair. more
Following passage of a bill designating Juneteenth a state holiday, recreationalists now won’t need to display a Discovery Pass for day-use parking at many Washington state public lands during … more
A Tacoma man who was injured in a rollover crash May 17 after he suffered a medical emergency while driving on southbound Interstate 5 just north of Castle Rock has died, the Washington State Patrol … more
A Kalama man has been charged with first-degree theft for allegedly misrepresenting the severity of injuries in order to collect nearly $300,000 in workers’ compensation benefits between 2016 … more
A Centralia woman accused of abusing a 3-year-old between July and September 2019 has entered an Alford guilty plea to two counts of third-degree assault of a child, domestic violence.  The … more
The State Fire Marshal’s Office is urging residents to use extra caution when doing yard work as part of Wildfire Awareness Month. More than 1,500 wildfires were reported in 2020, and … more
Editor’s Note: The following story is republished as it was first written Sept. 2, 1953.  Burned wreckage of a chartered airliner that crashed about 16 miles northeast of Centralia … more
One piece of advice heard among successful advertisers, artists and authors alike is “know your audience.” Tony and Shanna Hawes, the married co-founders of Chehalis Valley Slabhaus in … more
Ernest “Ernie” Valdez was a keeper of memories. If you ask his son, Jeremy, he’ll tell you his dad kept every karate belt, hockey puck and Father’s Day present, plus every … more
For much of the last 20 years, Alan Carr has led the small Thurston County town of Bucoda, or “Boo-Coda,” depending on the time of year, as its mayor. That includes through two … more
This Saturday, the Veterans Memorial Museum in Chehalis will host its first “Movies By The Dashboard Light” event. The first of many movies shown by the museum on the last Saturday of the … more
The cause of a trailer fire in the 1100 block of Long Road that completely destroyed the trailer and damaged an adjacent vehicle is still under investigation. The Riverside Fire Authority and the … more
The Big Hanaford power plant in Centralia suffered a fire last week that was contained and suppressed by the building’s fire extinguishing system. The fire reportedly began in the … more
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