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Honor Roll: Onalaska High School | Voices | chronline.com  Centralia Chronicle

Following are members of the Onalaska High School first-quarter honor roll and their grade point averages:



Onalaska High School Counselor Says She Was Forced to Resign After Housing Homeless Student  Centralia Chronicle

An Onalaska High School counselor who took in a homeless student says she was forced to resign effective at the end of the school year over her action.



Big news in tiny Onalaska, Washington: All 43 grads were accepted to college  The Seattle Times

A daily class that helps prepare high-school students for work and college could be one big reason why all 43 seniors at a small high school in Lewis County ...



Onalaska Set to Celebrates 10 Years of Apple Harvest Festival Fun  Centralia Chronicle

Ten years ago, the Onalaska Alliance had an idea for a festival they hoped would bring their community recognition, camaraderie and a chance to celebrate ...



Onalaska: A Tiny Washington Town With A Really Big Telescope  OPB News

On a late summer night in southwest Washington, a small neon “open” sign switched on. The sign sits above a garage at the end of a road that goes around the ...



Honor Rolls: Onalaska High School, Onalaska Middle School | Voices | chronline.com  Centralia Chronicle

Onalaska High School. Following are members of the Onalaska High School second-semester honor roll: Seniors. Janice Girt 3.963, Noah Halloway 3.914, ...



Tuesday's Boys Basketball: Winlock Gets Over On Loggers  Centralia Chronicle

ONALASKA — Winlock came out even or ahead in all four quarters here Tuesday as they slipped by the Loggers 50-45 in a Central 2B League boys basketball ...



2B Football: Haight, Loggers Crush PWV | Sports | chronline.com  Centralia Chronicle

ONALASKA — Ashton Haight doesn't get too worked up about the numbers.



2B Football: Kreger, Loggers Rally Back to Hand Rainier First Loss  Centralia Chronicle

ONALASKA — There was no pulse-pounding speech at halftime.



Onalaska Native Wins Hardrock 100  Centralia Chronicle

More than three-quarters of the way through her late-July run, Sabrina Stanley hit a wall.



Onalaska Science Teacher Takes Pride in Providing Perspective  Centralia Chronicle

Johnny Garcia may be a small-town teacher, but he keeps his eyes on the world, and out of it too. For the past 23 years, Garcia has taught science at Onalaska ...



Wind and Rain Wash Out Coastal Clam Digs  Centralia Chronicle

LONG BEACH — The rain wasn't really falling at all. Rather, the drenching onslaught seemed to be shot out of a cannon from beyond the great horizon. Sheets ...



Onalaska's Herold Observatory to Open Friday Night  Centralia Chronicle

Onalaska High School science teacher Johnny Garcia is planning to host a viewing session at Onalaska's Herold Observatory on Friday night so long as the ...



Thursday's Girls Basketball: Toledo Rolls Loggers on the Road  Centralia Chronicle

ONALASKA — Good players get their names known by scoring points. The elite ones get their name set in ink by playing barbed wire defense in the moments ...



State Patrol: Third Teen Involved in Onalaska Crash Dies  The Chronicle

A third teenager has died as result of a Monday night crash on state Route 508 near Onalaska, according to the Washington State Patrol.



The Tribune's entire A-to-Z look back at La Crosse area history  Chippewa Herald

In this 1972 photo, La Crescent Mayor Martin Miller, seated, was joined by Ace managers David Schroeder, left, and Curtis E. Bratager to demonstrate the ...



Longtime Onalaska Barber Fought at Guam and Iwo Jima  Centralia Chronicle

A little more than a year after graduating from Onalaska High School, Darrell Dee Dow found himself digging a foxhole in a clearing on the island of Guam after ...



What’s in a name?: Research sheds light on origin of Onalaska’s name  The Courier Life News

Legend has it Onalaska's name comes from an Aleut word meaning “dwelling together harmoniously.” As sweet as the irony of that translation has been during ...



Christmas Comes Early for Snow Lovers at White Pass Ski Area  Nisqually Valley News

After an agonizingly slow start to the powder carving season way out Highway 12, White Pass Ski Area is finally open.



Freighthouse Restaurant in La Crosse to celebrate 40 years  La Crosse Tribune

In another week, one of La Crosse's best-known restaurants will celebrate 40 years in business.



Carl Frank Baron  The Daily World

Frank Baron was born in Black Bear, Idaho on May 26, 1923.



New Goldendale coach and staff impressed after strong offseason, Open season Friday at White Salmon  Goldendale Sentinel

New Goldendale football head coach Aaron Cochran has had a burning passion for the game of football for as long as he can remember. "My dad and I would ...



Thunder Mountain Pro Rodeo starts Thursday | Sports | tdn.com  Longview Daily News

Nearly $50000 in prize money will be up for grabs at the annual Thunder Mountain Pro Rodeo beginning Thursday through Saturday at the Cowlitz County Expo ...



Norma Jean Johnson  La Crosse Tribune

ONALASKA — Norma Jean Johnson, 80, passed away Aug. 19, 2015, at Onalaska Care Center with family present.



Haunted Barn Party in Ethel Tailored to Suit Children With Special Needs  Centralia Chronicle

On Tuesday, Emmaline Stover was exploding with nervous energy.



Willie's Sports Shop Outfits Athletes and Onlookers Alike  Centralia Chronicle

“I figured I spent a lot of time in a jockstrap so I might as well start selling them,” said Hall, the owner of Willie's Sports Shop in Centralia. When Hall says he spent ...



Centralia and W.F. West High Schools Name Top Scholars  Centralia Chronicle

Ten of the top students from Centralia High School and 11 from W.F. West High School were selected by their school districts as this year's top graduates.



Person of the Year: Orin Smith Conquered the Business World, Then He Gave Back  Centralia Chronicle

Had Orin Smith been a child in 2018, he might have been identified as at-risk.



Concussion law hard to enforce  The Spokesman Review

WENATCHEE – The scrappy hustle Kam Douglass brought to the basketball court was a coach's dream. Diving for loose balls, flustering opponents with his ...



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