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SEATTLE — Making the trip north from Stone City to the Emerald City, the Tenino football team ran wild in a 62-14 non-league victory over Klahowya Saturday afternoon under the bright lights of … more
COUGAR — A bit sizzly up there on the surface, is it? Why not hang out down here, underground, with us supremely cool apes? The year-round temperature inside Ape Cave, a lava tube on the … more
Some call turning 50 getting “over the hill.” For Neal Kirby, who spent over two decades as a school principal in Centralia, turning 70 means getting over the volcano — five … more
W.F. West graduate Brady Calkins nearly quit professional golf after two tough outings at the second stage of Korn Ferry Tour Qualifying School, a feeder event for the PGA Tour.  The best … more
Mountain goats and their kids were visible from the Johnston Ridge Observatory at Mount St. Helens this Wednesday evening as the observatory closed for the night after its second day open in three … more
YAKIMA — It’s been awhile since Adna has been shut out in any capacity on a softball field. Saturday afternoon in the 2B state title game, just a week removed from a 14-13 loss to these … more
Nobody involved had ever seen anything like it. Adna crushed three homers before recording a single out, knocked six balls out in the first three innings, built a nine-run lead — and wound … more
Mount St. Helens is an elusive wonder.  It steps out of the morning fog to offer majestic views, only to don a veil of clouds moments later. Still, the headless peak has become an icon of … more
Perhaps it was all but a formality, but after months of mostly breezing through their schedules, No. 2 Napavine and No. 1 Kalama will finally go head-to-head to decide the state’s best … more
When W.F. West players lifted the Swamp Cup trophy near the north end zone on Friday — in the 114th annual Swamp Cup rivalry match against Centralia — it was the 13th time in a row the … more
Rainier resident Dean Norton not only became an American Cornhole League (ACL) pro this month, but he also won a division of the world championships. Norton won the advanced blind draw division at … more
Disaster struck early in Sabrina Stanley’s defense of her Hardrock 100 title. The 2008 Onalaska graduate has spent the past six years transforming herself from a hobby runner into one of the … more
The Windy Ridge Viewpoint at Mount St. Helens reopened this week. “Forest Road 99, Windy Ridge is now open for the season,”  the U.S. Forest Service announced.  “Please be … more
It doesn’t take long when watching W.F. West junior Drea Brumfield to realize she’s playing chess while everyone else is playing checkers. Brumfield, The Chronicle’s 2021 … more
When 2021 Rochester grad Eddie Burkhardt untied his cleats after his final high school football game on March 19, he wasn’t sure what his next step in life would be. The last four years had … more
If you’re looking for some climbing, some slime and some Bigfoot lore, the recently-reopened Ape Cave at Mount St. Helens may be the sweet spot. The pitch-black cave provides a trek into where … more
This year’s formula for calculating The Chronicle’s 2021 All-Area Baseball MVP was simple. Who was the best player on the best team? That is W.F. West senior catcher Drew … more
The Twin Cities have had two legendary coaches with exceptionally long-term careers. Ron Brown coached for 58 years in Centralia, and they named the high school basketball court after him. Next … more
It was fitting that senior Haley Rainey, the reigning 2B State Player of the Year, would give the defending state champion Adna Pirates the lift they needed. With two outs and eighth-grader Ava … more
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