Kugel News

The Chronicle (08/16/2014): Herrera Beutler Listens to Ideas, Feedback at Small Businesses Roundtable

By Kyle Spurr / kspurr@chronline.com

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas, spent her lunch hour Thursday afternoon at Ramblin Jack’s Rib Eye in Napavine listening to small business owners and representatives from Lewis County.
Herrera Beutler led the discussion focusing on issues such as health care, energy, taxes and the ability to export goods. Overall, Herrera Beutler […]

August 16th, 2014|Kugel News|

The Chronicle (4/10/2014): Riverside Motel Property Demolished After Sale

By Christopher Brewer / cbrewer@chronline.com

A long-abandoned property on Centralia’s main Harrison Avenue strip that once served as a stop for travelers to the Hub City is meeting its final demise, just after the property was sold to a new owner.
The Riverside Motel is no more, with Kugel Construction of Chehalis performing demolition on the […]

April 10th, 2014|Kugel News|

The Chronicle (09/27/2013): Kresky Professional Plaza to Host Chiropractic, Massage Centers

By Kyle Spurr kspurr@chronline.com

Construction is underway on the new Kresky Professional Plaza in Chehalis.

The building will house Medical Massage and Acupuncture and Summit Chiropractic Center.

The plaza — being built on Kresky Avenue across from the Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute in Chehalis — will be completed by May 2014.

Kim Wilson, the owner of Medical […]

September 27th, 2013|Kugel News|

The Chronicle (11/1/12): Construction Continues on Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute Airport Hangar

By Kyle Spurr kspurr@chronline.com

The four-plane hangar being built at the Chehalis-Centralia Airport for Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute, headquartered in Chehalis, is on schedule to be finished and occupied by January, Airport Manager Allyn Roe said Monday.
Roe said the steel structure is complete and crews are now working on the roof, placing in windows […]

November 1st, 2012|Kugel News|

The Chronicle (10/23/2012): Demolition Begins on Landmark Downtown Centralia Bank

By Kyle Spurr kspurr@chronline.com

Washington Federal Bank, which stood at the corner of 110 N. Pearl St. in Centralia since 1961, will be completely demolished by the end of the week, according to Express Construction Superintendent Terry Youngheim.
Express Construction, out of Bellevue, along with Kugel Construction, based in Chehalis, began the demolition process on Monday. 

The […]

October 23rd, 2012|Kugel News|