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Elochoman Slide

Two homes are now evacuated in the Elochoman Valley near Cathlamet, as authorities continue to monitor a large piece of land that could break away and slide at any moment. Wahkiakum County officials have closed the valley, due to the threat from the potential slide. County officials say that they started checking the area after […]

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KLOG Tuesday Sports

Chicago scored five runs in the first inning and went on to beat Seattle 10-4 last night. The White Sox host the M’s again today, KLOG 1:00 pm…..R.A. Long pounded out 17 hits and took advantage of seven Mark Morris errors in a 19-1 Civil War baseball win yesterday at Story Field. Alex Brady pitched […]

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Worker Dies

Washington Labor and Industries is now investigating the Friday mishap at GT Metals and Salvage in Longview, an incident that resulted in the death of a worker. Longview Police and aid crews responded to the metal recycling yard on 38th Avenue last Friday afternoon, after a large piece of metal fell over and crushed Christopher […]

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Poaching Ring Expands

It’s now being reported that the giant poaching ring that involves several Cowlitz County residents is expanding, with additional charges being filed, along with the identification of additional locations where animals were illegally taken. The Centralia Chronicle reports on the latest in the investigation, saying that new charges are being filed against David McLeskey, 59, […]

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Taxes Due

County Treasurer Kathy Hanks is out with a reminder about first-half property taxes, letting us know that property owners have until the close of business on Monday, April 30th to make those payments. The Treasurer’s Office is open from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday to take payments. You can also mail your […]

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Kelso Burglary

Kelso Police are investigating a burglary that was reported yesterday morning at a business in the 25 hundred block of Talley Way. The break-in was discovered and reported just before 8 yesterday morning. Employees say that someone broke in and stole a laptop, then they found that a company vehicle had been stolen, along with […]

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Pending Closure

The Oregon Department of Transportation is announcing an upcoming closure of Highway 47 near Vernonia, as a bridge is replaced. ODOT announced last week that they plan to replace the bridge over Beaver Creek, a project that will require a two-month closure of the highway. They say that the highway will be completely closed between […]

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State Title

Woodland High School is celebrating a state title, but it’s not the highest-profile competition. It’s being announced that the Woodland High School Floriculture Team won the Washington State Floriculture Championship, with Woodland students taking five of the top 20 places, out of 75 students that were competing. Cooper Kaml took first place in the competition, […]

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Bond Ballots

Voters in the Castle Rock School District have until 8 pm tonight to return ballots in the $42.3 million bond measure that the district is running. The district is asking voters to approve a 25-year bond, with the proceeds helping to build a new middle school. The bond will also pay for upgrades at the […]

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Today’s Events

The Friends of St. John Medical Center are opening up their “$6 Sale,” starting today and running through Thursday in the cafeteria at the hospital. They say that there will be “something for everyone” at the sale, with prices ranging from $1 to $15. Hours are 8 am to 5 pm today and tomorrow, and […]

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