KLOG Friday Sports

Broomall-Newtown, PA won the Babe Ruth World Series with a 12-3 victory over Lumber River, NC last night. Scott Hahn pitched the victory and was named the tournament Most Outstanding Player. Yancy Bird of Kelso was a 1st team All World Series selection…..The Mariners return to action tonight as they host the Washington Nationals, KLOG […]

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Longview Water Update

As complaints about Longview’s water continue to come in, city staff says that Longview’s water quality is continuing to improve, and actually rivals or exceeds expensive bottled water in some aspects. At last night’s Longview City Council meeting, Project Manager Amy Blain says that independent examination of a year’s worth of data shows that the […]

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Glenwood DUI

Korin Rolles, 22, of Longview is under arrest on DUI charges after an incident reported yesterday afternoon in the area of Glenwood Drive and Lynn Place. Calls about an erratic driver started coming in around 5:30 pm, with witnesses reporting that a woman in a small SUV was all over the road. The 911 callers […]

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Steelhead Distribution

The final distribution of excess steelhead from the Lake Merwin Fish Hatchery is planned for this afternoon at the Help Food Warehouse in Longview. Lower Columbia CAP says that they will have 300 fish available for distribution, starting at 12:30 this afternoon. To be eligible to take part, you will need to present a USDA […]

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Civic Center Work

Work starts today on revisions of pavement markings for the travel lanes at the Civic Circle in Longview. All entrances from Washington Way and all exits to Washington Way are being re-striped to accommodate two lanes of traffic. Pavement preparation is expected to begin today, and work should be completed by next Wednesday. Intermittent lane […]

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Martin’s Bluff Report

The Washington State Department of Transportation is announcing that the Environmental Assessment for the Martin’s Bluff Rail Improvement Projects “Task 5 and Task 6” is now available for review. WashDOT officials say that this EA evaluates rail construction projects between Kalama and Kelso, with a goal of improving passenger rail service along the entire Pacific […]

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Pending Speelyai Closure

If you and your family want to use the popular Speelyai Bay Day Use Park on Lake Merwin, you had better do it this weekend, as PacifiCorp is preparing to close the facility for repairs. The utility says that the park will close on Tuesday, the 2nd, and should be closed until at least mid-December […]

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KSD Surplus Sale

Today is the last day of the Kelso School District Surplus Sale, which will run from 10 am until 2 pm at Ed Laulainen Stadium at Schroeder Field. The district is selling off old textbooks, furniture, miscellaneous equipment, floor tiles, athletic uniforms and more. Sealed bids on two vehicles are also being accepted, with those […]

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Weekend Events–8/29-9/1/14

Friday: The Three Rivers Mall kicks off its “Reel Pop-Up Movies” this weekend, with free screenings of “Spiderman II,” “Jurassic Park” and “The Mummy.” They’ll also have matinee screenings of “Despicable Me.” This will be near the SW corner of the mall, and you can get the current movie schedule on www.threeriversmall.com, or on the […]

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Pipeline Agreement

It’s being announced that the Northwest Innovation Works ethanol plant project at the Port of Kalama is taking a major step forward, as NWIW and Williams Northwest Pipeline sign a preconstruction agreement for the three-mile-long lateral pipeline that would supply natural gas to the facility. The Cowlitz Economic Development Council is also announcing that NWIW […]

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