Classic Cars Cruise Through Twin Cities
By The Chronicle Droves of hot rods descended upon the Twin Cities Saturday. The annual Billetproof Hot Rod and Custom Show featured nearly 600 classic cars made before 1965...
Thousands Attend Winlock Egg Days
By The Chronicle Thousands of spectators crowded the streets of the usually quiet town of Winlock for the Egg Days parade as it passed by the city’s most iconic landmark...
Heritage Celebrated at Swede Day
By The Chronicle Attendees at the 34th annual Swede Day, held at the Swede Hall in Rochester on Saturday, celebrated Nordic tradition and heritage with a parade, dance...
Tenino Farmers Celebrates Ninth Season With Grand...
By The Chronicle The Tenino Farmers Market will celebrate the opening of its ninth season on Saturday, June 29, with 24 vendors offering freshly picked produce, handcrafted...
2013: Vader Cruises into Spring With May Day...
Tradition: Community Continues to Support First Festival of the Season VADER — Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Vader Saturday afternoon for the annual May Day...
2013: Old Fire Lookouts
A network of manned fire lookouts once dotted many of the peaks of the Cascades. Most are gone now, but two remain and beckon to visitors who want to experience an afternoon...
2013 Events Guide: Best Bets
May 2013 Vader ‘May Day’ Celebration & Parade — Saturday, May 3-4, 2013 Vader May Day Festival and Parade takes place in Vader, about 20 minutes south of Chehalis....
2013: Weird, Wild and Wonderful; Explore the...
Take an idyllic Sunday drive through Lewis County’s rural pastures. While you take in the scenery, consider checking out some of the area’s most unique roadside...
2013: Enjoy a Night on the Town in the Twin
By The Chronicle Whether you’re stepping out for a drink, looking for a late meal or enjoying a full-fledged night on the town, the Twin Cities have you covered. In...
2013: Family-Friendly Fun Awaits
If you’re traveling with children, there are plenty of places offering adventure or an easy-going afternoon. From Great Wolf Lodge off Exit 88 a few miles north of...
2013: Eat, Drink and Be Merry in Lewis County
Between the Chehalis Valley Wine Tour, historic brew pubs and various farmers markets, Lewis County offers tourist many ways to eat, drink and be merry. Explore the Options...
2013: Opportunities for Fishing Abound in Volcano...
Those who want to include sportfishing in their travel or vacation plans can find some of the best in and around Lewis County. The Cowlitz River has a great spring chinook...
2013: Take a Tour Through Historic Ambiance
Advertising Flash-Back: Bing Crosby Promoting Washington State Tourism in the 1960’s Fort Borst Park This 101-acre park includes the 1860s Borst Home, a one-room...
Twin Cities: A Shopping Destination
From a factory outlet mall with more than 30 stores, to numerous antique shops in downtown Centralia or unique boutiques in historic downtown Chehalis, visitors can find...
Take a Walk in the Woods
There’s no reason to stay inside when nearby trails await. Check out these hikes or explore more online at www.lewiscountytrails.org Seminary Hill Natural Area This 72-acre...
2013: Go Play Outside
The Sky is the Limit as You Explore the State’s Highest Peak and Some of Its Grandest Old Trees From an active volcano to gorgeous high-country lakes surrounded by virgin...
Fun Out of the Sun at Great Wolf Lodge
By Aaron VanTuyl, The Chronicle Picture this: You want to get away for a few days and the kids want to hit a water park, but there’s one problem: you’re in Southwest...
Swede Day Midsommer Festival
A Swedish Flavor The town of Rochester, on the Upper Chehalis River, is said to have gotten its name in 1890 by a pioneer woman named Gaily Fleming, originally from...
Tenino’s Oregon Trail Days
Tenino’s Oregon Trail Days Remind of Storied Past For Tenino, Oregon Trail Days is both its biggest festival and a reminder of its long, storied history. The event, which...
Oakville Independence Day Parade
Rob the Bank and Enjoy Great Zucchini Oakville first attracted settlers as a logging town in the mid-1800s, not long after timber men from the East Coast visited the Pacific...