Archive of: Centralia

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Funds available for Lewis’ tourism promo

Using taxes collected from visitors to promote Lewis County tourism starts with proposals from groups in the county. And those ideas must reach Lewis County this month.

June 2017

Vintage venue, legislative leader honored

The most unique lodging establishment in Lewis County and a local leader in the legislature earned honors from the Chamber of Commerce recently.

January 2017

Lewis Co. senior centers $$ extended

Senior activity and nutrition centers in Lewis County will still be moving out of county government administration next year, but a budget decision made today will provide funding through all of 2017 to facilitate the transition.

November 2016

Lewis Co. will hand-off seniors nutrition

Senior activity and nutrition centers in Lewis County will be looking for new operators in the new year, after the 2017 budget left them out of spending priorities.

November 2016

Community hospitals earn plaudits

The state trade association for hospitals recognized six facilities in the South Sound for their attention to and progress toward quality care today.

October 2016

Tribes funded for public safety

Federal funding for various public safety and victim assistance programs on South Sound tribal reservations were announced today in Washington, D.C.

September 2016

Safety record set at Centralia coal plant

As operations at the legacy open-pit coal mine near Centralia shift toward closure and reclamation, its owner reports safety is still a focus and it has another year with no time-loss injuries among its workforce.

September 2016

Lewis County likes learning

The opportunity to earn a baccalaureate degree without leaving Centralia-Chehalis is proving very popular, so much so that college officials will be doubling the available seats.

September 2016

Celebrating construction end in Centralia

Nearly a decade of freeway expansion work through Lewis County is now complete, to the delight of motorists headed south to Portland and beyond.

August 2016

Ecology to seek $$ for Winlock spill

A private business in Winlock faces even more costs from the August 2015 fire that destroyed its warehouse filled with various grocery items. DOE announced action today to recover $30,887 in response costs.

July 2016
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