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The National Park Service has opened a 60-day public review and comment period on a proposed rule change affecting the implementation of the park’s 2018 Mount Rainier National Park Fisheries … more
A Centralia man has pleaded not guilty after allegedly shooting at a vehicle that drove through flood water in front of his house in the 4800 block of Galvin Road on Friday. The defendant, Jerome … more
Joe Kent, Heidi St. John and other Republicans hoping to unseat Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler made their cases at a forum in Kelso on Wednesday night. The two-hour candidate form for Washington's … more
A rehabilitation facility in Chehalis is again dealing with an outbreak of COVID-19 after mass testing this week returned a number of positive cases in both clients and staff. It’s not yet … more
Lewis County Superior Court has extended its suspension of all jury trials until at least Feb. 14. All civil and criminal jury trials scheduled for the weeks of Jan. 31 and Feb. 7 will be … more
With Washington state currently facing a wave of COVID-19 spurred on by the virus’s omicron variant, the state has put a number of measures in place to handle the surge in hospitalizations, the … more
The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries is looking into a logger who was killed while working near Castle Rock on Monday. Labor and Industries spokeswoman Dina Lorraine said the … more
Brent Hennrich, a Democratic candidate looking to unseat 3rd Congressional District Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler this November, will host his campaign kickoff event this Saturday, Jan. 15. The … more
TOUTLE — A failing culvert is the cause for a sinkhole on westbound State Rout 504, also known as Spirit Lake Memorial Highway, and both lanes are indefinitely closed amid repairs, officials … more
Legislators in the state’s House Transportation Committee heard emotional testimony Thursday afternoon from a Centralia family who is advocating for a new law creating signs on bridges and … more
You might see them this weekend. Team Rubicon — clad in their iconic gray shirts — will be out this weekend helping clean up after last week’s severe flooding displaced dozens … more
While initial reports indicated the City of Tenino lost roughly $270,000 to scammers in 2020, Washington State Patrol (WSP)’s fraud investigation and the Washington state Auditor’s … more
The longest-serving executive director in this history of the Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce is leaving the organization.  The chamber announced the departure of Alicia Fox in a news … more
New jobless claims in Washington fell slightly last week but remain above prepandemic levels as the state job market absorbed seasonal layoffs, lingering winter weather effects and yet another surge … more
Washington hospital workers filed a record number of workplace safety complaints last year, the state's health care unions reported Thursday — another reminder of the exhaustion and burnout … more
A Des Moines man was charged Thursday with first-degree animal cruelty and reckless endangerment after he allegedly shot a dog twice in front of the animal's 11-year-old owner, according to the King … more
OLYMPIA — A House panel has voted to delay the long-term care tax until 2023. On a 31-2 vote, a House committee approved a bill Thursday to delay the implementation of the tax. On a 23-10 … more
Pierce County deputies arrested a 33-year-old man Thursday morning after he reportedly broke into a business at a Graham shopping center and wouldn't come out during a hours-long standoff with law … more
COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to jump to record levels in Washington as the omicron variant makes its way across the state — a concerning trend as the region's short supply of health care … more
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