KLOG Monday Sports

Felix Hernandez spun eight innings of one-hit ball as the Mariners beat the Cleveland Indians 3-0 on Sunday. Robinson Cano provided a two run homer. The M’s have called up pitcher Taijuan Walker to start tonight’s game at Houston, KLOG 4:00 pm…..In a game that lasted 4 hours and 25 minutes, the Victoria HarbourCats defeated […]

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Boating Mishap

The Coast Guard is suspending its efforts to try and find a boater from Battle Ground who has been missing in the Columbia River between Woodland and St. Helens since Saturday. The search effort got started around 5:30 Saturday afternoon, when a boat owned by Jay Jones, 25, of Battle Ground was found running by […]

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Shoplifter Shot

A Centralia Police Officer is now on administrative leave, after the alleged theft of a convenience store burrito led to a fatal shooting. This incident got started around 10 yesterday morning at the Chevron gas station at South Tower and Cherry Avenue in Centralia, when the clerk reported that a man had stolen some food. […]

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Riverdale Crash

It’s reported that a 25 year-old man may have suffered a broken leg yesterday morning in a motorcycle crash that took place at the Riverdale Raceway east of Toutle. The Sheriff’s Office was alerted and aid crews were called to the track at about 10:50 yesterday morning, where they say that the man failed to […]

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New Principal

The Woodland School District went to a veteran of California schools to get its new principal for Woodland Elementary School, bringing on Steven Carvey to succeed the embattled Mark Houk. Earlier this year, Houk was removed from the position, after school staff claimed that he had physically abused a third-grade special education student. Houk is […]

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Port Record

As year-end numbers continue to come in, the Port of Longview is announcing that a record amount of cargo was handled in 2013, up some 18 percent over 2012 due to a surge in logs and grain bound for Asia. Port officials say that 7.4 million metric tons of cargo was handled last year, compared […]

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Sewer Awards

Five wastewater treatment facilities in Cowlitz County are among the 126 such plants across Washington state that are being honored for “perfect performance” in 2013. The Department of Ecology announced its Outstanding Wastewater Treatment Plant Awards late last week, saying that awards are being presented to the City of Castle Rock Wastewater Treatment Plant, the […]

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Stageworks NW Camp

Local 6th to 12th-graders who have an interest in the theatrical arts have a chance to explore those interests further at the Stageworks Northwest Summer Camp, which starts today and runs through July 26th. Jon-Erik Hegstad is the primary counselor, coming in as a second-year candidate for the University of Washington Actor-in-Training program. He’s being […]

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KLOG Friday Sports

The Mariners return to action tonight as they host the Cleveland Indians, KLOG 6:00 pm…..The Black Bears also had yesterday off and they will be at home tonight against Victoria. First pitch at Story Field is 6:35 pm…..The Pacific Tech Senior Legion team opened play at the Belgrade, Montana tournament with two wins. Pac Tech […]

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Water Redux

The Longview City Council is directing staff to start taking another look at recently-completed projects, asking staff to re-examine the city’s water supply situation, along with the traffic patterns at the Civic Circle. Council members Mike Wallin and Steve Moon brought forward a suggestion to conduct a feasibility study regarding the possible re-connection to the […]

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