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SCU Some More

The Longview Police Street Crimes Unit continues to crack down on local street drug dealers, taking five people into custody in two separate actions yesterday. Three people were arrested after a search warrant was served at a residence in the 900 block of Elizabeth Street in Kelso, where they claim to have found heroin, meth, […]

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St. Helens Gunfire Incident

The St. Helens Police Department is reaching out to the public for help in finding the suspect in an incident from last Saturday, where shots were fired during an argument. This incident took place at about 12:45 am on Saturday, the 16th, in the 2200 block of Columbia Boulevard in Saint Helens. Local residents reported […]

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Park Committee Apps

You can help to manage Willow Grove Park, as the Port of Longview opens the application process for its newly-created Park Advisory Committee. Port officials say that this is part of the ongoing effort to improve the park and the boat launch, and to help guide future improvements. This committee of volunteers will provide advice […]

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Cantwell Visits

U. S. Senator Maria Cantwell is expected in the area today, meeting with local officials to unveil a new report on the “affordable housing gap” in Cowlitz County, while also pushing for Congress to expand the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit. Cantwell will be holding a roundtable session with local and county elected officials along with […]

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Road Work

Road striping and chip-sealing continues on county roads over the weekend. Striping is planned on a number of roads around the Castle Rock and Kelso areas; on Sunday, road crews will be striping roads on the west end of Longview. If you come upon the painting operation, you’re asked to wait until the last truck […]

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Steelhead Handout

Lower Columbia CAP says that another Chinook and Steelhead handout is planned for today, starting at 11 am at the Help Food Warehouse. You’ll need to have your EBT card or you must have been getting commodity foods from CAP to be eligible for a fish, and you must be a Washington resident. You’ll also […]

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Car Seat Clinic

Safe Kids Lower Columbia is putting on a Car Seat Clinic today, set up in the parking lot of the Red Canoe Credit Union on Washington Way in Longview. They will be there from 1 to 4 pm, checking seats for proper installation and use. They claim that 92 percent of the car seats checked […]

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Weekend Stuff

It’s the final weekend to catch the latest melodrama from Stageworks Northwest, as they present “The Merchant of Menace.” Curtain times at the Longview Theatre on Commerce Avenue in downtown Longview is set for 7:30 pm Friday and Saturday nights, along with a 2 pm Sunday matinee. Get ticket information on The Columbia County […]

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KLOG Friday Sports

The Mariners open a road trip with a game against the hot Toronto Blue Jays today, KLOG 3:00 pm. The Mariner organization will have plenty of folks in Cooperstown NY for Ken Griffey Junior’s Hall of Fame induction on Sunday…..Weston Hatten hit a three-run homer to lead the Cowlitz Black Bears to a 5-4 win […]

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Cop Chat

The people who put together last night’s Longview Police “Cop Chat” event say that they’re extremely pleased by the turning, with more than 70 people coming by for the event. In a Facebook posting after the event, organizers say that they weren’t sure if anyone would show up, if it would be a protest, or […]

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