|Pays et région||Washington (WA) / États-Unis|
Stanley, Tigers Dominate Liberty in Showdown
par By Aaron VanTuyl / firstname.lastname@example.org le 02/09/2018 à 7:04
CATHLAMET — Dawson Stanley was, by all accounts, a good quarterback in 2017.
After Spending 9 Months Alone in Mountains, Lost Dog is Home
par The Associated Press le 13/07/2017 à 5:14
BOISE, Idaho — A lost Boise dog is back home after nine months and a brutal winter alone in the Idaho mountains.
Former Employee of Lewis County Assessor’s Office Files $900,000 Tort Claim
par By The Chronicle le 25/05/2017 à 5:33
The Lewis County Risk Management Department has received a tort claim from a former employee of the Assessor’s Office asking for $900,000 for alleged retaliation, discrimination and violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Lewis County to Hold Hearing on Draft Shoreline Master Program Update
par By The Chronicle le 22/09/2015 à 5:44
Lewis County residents living near rivers, streams and lakes in unincorporated Lewis County are asked to attend one of two county Planning Commission workshops on the updated draft Shoreline Master Program.
Valley View Doctor Hopes to Continue Program to Combat Depression After Grant Money Runs Dry
par By Kaylee Osowski / email@example.com le 05/09/2015 à 3:56
A program providing help to patients with depression is in its third year at Valley View Health Center.
Power Restored to Toledo, Onalaska, Salkum, Ethel, Mossyrock
par The Chronicle le 09/08/2013 à 10:02
Power has been restored to residents of Toledo, Onalaska, Salkum, Ethel and Mossyrock.
Chronicle Wins Three Blethen Awards
par By The Associated Press and The Chronicle le 14/09/2012 à 3:38
PORTLAND — The Chronicle won three honors in the 2012 C.B. Blethen Memorial Awards for distinguished newspaper reporting, including two first-place awards.
Body Found Near Where Rochester Teen Disappeared While Swimming
par By The Chronicle le 16/05/2012 à 3:51
Search and rescue teams are working to retrieve a body believed to be that of a 16-year-old boy who went missing while swimming in the Chehalis River just south of Rochester Tuesday.
Canadian Company Continues Push for Proposed Mine
par By Bianca Fortis firstname.lastname@example.org le 28/04/2012 à 1:15
Supporters of a proposed mining project are awaiting the results of an environmental review for a prospecting permit, which will help determine if and how quickly the project can begin.
Twin Transit General Manager Sets Goals After First Six Months
par By Kyle Spurr email@example.com le 28/04/2012 à 1:12
Since Twin Transit’s new General Manager Rob LaFontaine took over the community’s public transportation system on Oct. 17, he reports spending the past six months looking for ways to upgrade the business’s efficiency.
Centralia College’s Four-Year Degree Program Passes Another Key Milestone
par By The Chronicle le 27/04/2012 à 4:14
The Higher Education Coordinating Board on Thursday approved the new bachelor of applied science in management degree at Centralia College.
School Board Balks at Tiger Baseball Team’s Mutiny Plea
par By Aaron VanTuyl firstname.lastname@example.org le 19/04/2012 à 11:33
FRIDAY DEADLINE: Centralia Baseball Players Approach School Board to Request Removal of Head Coach
Motorcyclist Dies After Crash North of Tenino
par By The Chronicle le 15/04/2012 à 4:23
A motorcyclist died after a 5:35 p.m. crash Saturday evening on Old Highway 99 near Angus Road north of Tenino.
Freezing Rain Breaks Trees Burdened by Snow
par By Adam Pearson email@example.com le 20/01/2012 à 1:17
With an entire landscape covered in snow, nothing but the trees on Thursday could be heard giving way to Wednesday's foot-plus of snowfall.