Street Crimes Bust

Three people are under arrest after action by the Street Crimes Unit from yesterday. John David Aye, 29, was initially arrested on two counts of heroin delivery within one thousand feet of a school. Detectives claim that Aye had heroin, cash and drug scales on his person at the time of his arrest, so he’s […]

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Landfill Permit

The Department of Ecology is announcing that the first of several permits needed for Cowlitz County’s operation of the Headquarter Road Landfill has been issued, on a conditional basis. Earlier this week, legal notices were published, announcing that a temporary Wastewater Discharge permit has been issued, contingent upon the county completing the acquisition of the […]

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SR432 Website

You now have the opportunity to track and comment on the progress of the SR 432 Rail Realighment and Highway Improvements Project, as the Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Council of Governments launches the project website. Phase 1 of this project is currently under way, with the project partners currently in the process of exploring concepts and soliciting ideas […]

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Catlin Street Closed

If you travel through West Kelso on a regular basis, be aware that a major project is going on at the intersection of 1st and Catlin Street. Work crews removed pavement at that intersection yesterday, in the same area that was the site of a major closure earlier this year. Back in March, the intersection […]

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White Pass Update

The Washington Department of Transportation says that they expect to have White Pass fully re-opened just in time for the holidays. WashDOT announced yesterday that they expect to have Highway 12 completely re-opened by Thanksgiving. The road was closed for a short time after a washout that took place back on the 1st of this […]

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District Court Assist

In an effort to try and help clear a backlog of Superior Court cases, the Cowlitz County Commissioners are turning to the District Court judges for an assist. In an agreement approved yesterday, District Court judges will preside over Superior Court cases two days per week, with assistance from an additional court clerk that will […]

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Seahawks Experience Winner

Robin Tangen of Woodland had a special time at the Seahawks game against the Tennessee Titans, courtesy of the Washington Lottery. Tangen was one of four “Fan Four Experience” winners, after she sent a non-winning “Seahawks” scratch ticket back to the Lottery office. As one of the Fan Four Experience winners, Tangen got a one-night […]

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KLOG Wednesday Sports

The Portland Trail Blazers open the regular season tonight with a game at Phoenix……The Red Sox can win the title with a victory in game six of the World Series tonight, KLOG 4:00 pm…..Pierce visits LCC in a key college volleyball match tonight. First serve is 7 pm at the Mark Morris Gym…..In prep volleyball, […]

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School Survey

Given the results of a scientifically valid phone survey that was conducted by the Longview School District in late September, the issue of school closure, consolidation and long-term facility planning is officially being moved to the back burner. Ben Patinkin of Patinkin Research Strategies reported the results of the survey at last night’s school board […]

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Longview Levy

The Longview School Board is moving ahead with a resolution to place two four-year levy measures on the February ballot, meshing with Kelso’s plans to also run a four-year levy on the February 11th special election ballot. Board President Jerry Stinger says that this is a good plan for Longview…lvlevy…Similar to Kelso, Longview is putting […]

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