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Members of Cowlitz County Search and Rescue are assisting in a search effort near Beacon Rock in the Columbia River Gorge, looking for a Vancouver woman who has been missing since the weekend. Friends reported that Daphne Alexander Christ, 46, was missing, and Clark County Deputies reported finding her car in the parking lot at [...]
The man who is suspected of stabbing Nick Fickett, 28, to death on the banks of the Cowlitz River in July of 2012 is heading back to the Oregon State Hospital in Salem. Erik Meiser, 39, is also the prime suspect in the machete killing of “Fritz” Hayes, 57, of Lake Oswego, an attack that [...]
There’s another controversy brewing at the Cowlitz PUD, as Commissioner Ned Piper raises concerns about a proposed resolution regarding how salaries for top executives at the PUD are set. On today’s agenda, the Commissioners will be asked to approve a change to a Human Resources policy, altering how compensation packages for non-represented employees are set. [...]
They know that the time line is short, but the Kelso School Board is still optimistic that a quality replacement for outgoing Superintendent Rob MacGregor can be found this spring. At last night’s meeting, the School Board voted unanimously to contract with the search firm of Macpherson and Jacobson to conduct the search effort. Board [...]
Saying that they think that money can be saved, the Kelso School District is ending a 20-year relationship with Chartwells, and will once again be managing its own food service for students and staff. Superintendent Rob MacGregor says that this makes great sense from a financial viewpoint…foodservice…The Kelso School District’s per-meal cost of nearly $1.44 [...]
Longview Police Chief Jim Duscha is scheduled to be the special guest at today’s Monthly Roundtable, hosted by Longview City Council member Ken Botero. He says that this will be an opportunity to get an update on public safety in the City of Longview, but you’ll also have a chance to talk about other topics [...]
After weighing the data and the public input, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is designating three Lower Columbia River tributaries as “wild steelhead gene banks,” and will no longer be stocking any of those streams with hatchery steelhead. Starting this year, the East Fork of the Lewis, the North Fork of the Toutle [...]
You’ll have a chance to win Blazer tickets and a hotel stay at this evening’s Chamber After Hours event, which is being held at Hometown National Bank in Longview. This is scheduled to run from 5:30 to 7 pm tonight at the bank which is located at 970 14th Avenue in Longview. You’re invited to [...]
An international award-winning conductor from China is scheduled to be at R. A. Long high School today, lecturing on the development of choral music in modern China. Jun Wang is the former conductor of the China National Choir, and currently serves at the artistic director for two well-respected Chinese choirs. The Northwest Divisions of the [...]
Michael Bennett has decided to stay with the Seahawks, signing a four-year, $28.5 million free agent deal…..Gonzaga advanced to the WCC tourney championship game with a 70-54 win over St. Mary’s last night…..The Blazers take on the Grizzlies in Memphis tonight, KLOG 4:05 pm…..The 15th Lower Columbia Area Senior All-Star basketball games are tonight at [...]
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