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Division 2 of the Washington Court of Appeals is rejecting most of the appeals made by a Longview couple that was convicted of starving and neglecting two adopted children in July of 2012. Jeffrey and Rebecca Trebilcock were convicted on charges of first and third-degree criminal mistreatment; Rebecca Trebilcock was sentenced to 8-1/2 years in […]
Third-degree theft charges are being filed against Jerry Lee Ward, 50, of Longview, after he allegedly stole the American flag from the Kelso Post Office, and then used it in a personal demonstration before he was arrested. It’s claimed that Ward took the flag, went over to the County Administration building, where he waved it […]
Chad R. Fredericks, 29, of Kelso is being charged with second-degree negligent driving after a one-car crash that took place around 6:25 yesterday morning on I-5 near Chehalis. State Troopers say that Fredericks was southbound near milepost 72 at Rush Road when he attempted to move into the right lane of the freeway. Fredericks’ car […]
A flood warning is in effect for the upper Cowlitz River near Randle, also on the Nisqually River near Mineral. The National Weather Service says that the Cowlitz crested last night at about 19.2 feet, a little over a foot above the “minor flood stage” in that area. Some flooding is expected along Highway 131, […]
The City of Longview and the Beacon Hill Sewer District are now looking for people to serve on a Citizens Advisory Committee that will consider options and will eventually make recommendations for improvements on the city’s drinking water. Applications for the Committee will be accepted through December 10th. Applicants must be customers of the Longview […]
The Blazers are looking for a ninth straight win when they take on the Hornets in Charlotte today, KLOG 3:05 pm…..It’s a battle of the Bulldogs tonight at the NIT in New York City. Gonzaga takes on Georgia at 6:30 pm. Also tonight, Oregon State takes on Auburn. Last night VCU defeated Oregon 77-63…..College basketball […]
The Port of Longview Commissioners adopted the 2015 operating budget, once again predicting that the recent string of profitable years will continue. Port Commission President Darold Dietz says that 2015 could be as good or even better than 2014. The Port of Longview is projecting revenues of $36.3 million and expenses of $32.4 million in […]
Even though accounting adjustments led to an upward revision of the local unemployment rate, the Washington Employment Security Department now says that Cowlitz County is “essentially” back to the same number of jobs that were in the area when the economic downturn of 2007 caused those numbers to plummet. October’s jobless rate in Cowlitz County […]
The new Woodland Action Thrift Shop is now open for business. This community thrift store will support the Woodland Action Center, the local food bank and community service center for Woodland and surrounding areas. Their grand opening will run through Saturday, but their regular operating hours will be 11 am to 6 pm on Tuesday, […]
You many need to bring your rain gear, but you’ll still be able to work up an appetite for tomorrow’s big meal at the annual Turkey Trot Fun Run and Walk, set for tomorrow morning at Lake Sacajawea Park in Longview. This is an annual tradition, put on by Longview Parks and Recreation. You can […]