News Dump Ep. 182: Hats off for the Director of Fluff


On the 182nd episode of The Chronicle News Dump, hosts Aaron VanTuyl and Chronicle Editor-in-Chief Eric Schwartz discuss the possibility of civil rights attorneys setting up a Google alert for the Lewis County commissioners, WinCo finally scheduling its construction date, a horse arena everyone (with an equestrian horse) can use, Chehalis City Council upping its rates, and the new Lewis County Director of Being a Dog.

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Relevant reading: 

‘We believe in second chances’: Green Hill staff members focus on rehabilitation

Backlash continues over Thurston County hiring and resignation of former Tacoma cop

Chehalis city manager candidates undergo final interviews

Health advisory board largely votes against series of amendments to needle exchange ordinance

Port of Centralia director says WinCo hopes to begin construction at Centralia Station ‘by the end of the month’

‘Lewis County Director of Fluff’: Meet Clyde, the Lewis County Veterans Service Office’s new therapy dog in training

State, local officials eye indoor horse arena at Southwest Washington Fairgrounds

Pe Ell hires Brandon Svenson as new town marshal 

Chehalis City Council moves to raise fees for park usage, various city services and public records requests

Julie McDonald: Professor talks about using AI to re-create deceased loved ones 

$12,000 raised at ‘We Love Animals and Hate Cancer’ bowling tournament at Fairway Lanes in Centralia

Welcome home, Brody: Onalaska community celebrates boy’s return from hospital

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