SCU Again

The Street Crimes Unit reports making two arrests, picking up two women on warrants and drug possession counts. Detectives took Brittany Julia Lovely, 23, into custody on a Department of Corrections warrant, and they also brought a drug detection dog to check over her car. After the dog alerted on the vehicle, a search warrant […]

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Fraud Alert

Two people are under arrest after they allegedly tried to use a fraudulent check to open an account at a bank in downtown Longview. Clerks at Columbia Bank called Longview Police at about 11:15 yesterday morning, when a red flag popped up on the check, saying that the account had been closed back in April, […]

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Endangered Deer Killed

The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service is looking for your help in finding out who killed an endangered Columbia River Whitetail Deer near Kalama. In a press release issued yesterday, Wildlife officials say that the dead deer was found earlier this month, and is believed to be one of about a dozen deer that […]

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Salmon Bill

Third District Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler is teaming up with Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer to introduce the “Fundamentally Improving Salmon Habitat Act,” a bill that she says would improve efforts to restore salmon habitat in the Pacific Northwest. Oregon First District Congresswoman Susan Bonamici is also signing onto the bill, along with Congressman Kurt Schrader. […]

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Bid Deadline

Today is the deadline to get your bids in on that Park Model home that was built by last year’s Kelso High School Geometry and Construction class. Bid packets need to be into the Kelso School District offices by noon today, with a minimum bid of $35,000 on the structure. Bid packets can be downloaded […]

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Board Apps

The City of Longview is still looking for applications to serve on one of many board and commissions that help to run city departments. Terms expire at the end of this year on a number of these boards and commissions, along with other openings due to attrition. City officials say that this is a perfect […]

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Salal Review Deadline

If you’re looking to have a poem or a short story published in the upcoming “Salal Review” arts magazine from Lower Columbia College, today is the deadline to get those works submitted. All work must be original and unpublished; you’re asked to submit no more than five poems or two short stories or essays. Work […]

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Community Conversations

This week’s Community Conversation lecture could get you to thinking, taking a deeply philosophical turn. Philosophy instructor Dennis Shaw will present “The Meandering Sensibilities of an Ontological Naturalist,” starting at noon today in the Wollenberg Auditorium at the Rose Center for the Arts. Ontology is the philosophical study of nature and being, “what makes a […]

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Halloween List

It’s the big night for the zombies, witches and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, as Halloween is finally here, with no shortage of haunts, spooks and other fun to be had all around the area. The 13th annual Longview Pioneer Lions Street of Screams runs from 3:30 to 7:30 pm today at the Cowlitz County Expo […]

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KLOG Thursday Sports

The Boston Red Sox win the World Series championship with a 6-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals…..The Blazers dropped the season opener in Phoenix 104-91. Portland heads to Denver tomorrow night…..The WSU Cougars host the Arizona State Sun Devils in college football tonight…..The LCC volleyball team swept Pierce 3-0 to pull into a tie […]

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