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Ocean Park Drowning

The Pacific County Sheriff’s Office reports that a 12 year-old girl from Warrenton drowned yesterday in the ocean off of Klipsan Beach. Sheriff Scott Johnson says that the first 911 call came in around 7 pm, with another young girl telling a stranger that she “couldn’t see her friend anymore.” Rescue teams were mobilized, and […]

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Stageworks Burglary

The folks involved with Stageworks Northwest are still going over the loss from a burglary that was discovered yesterday morning at the Longview Theatre on Commerce Avenue. This was reported to Longview Police at about 11:40 yesterday morning, with the theater people reporting that at least $10,000 in material was taken, including tools, wigs, fur […]

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Big Lots Arson

Longview Police are checking out reports of arson incidents that have been taking place near the Twin City Center. Around 10:50 Friday night, Officers and fire crews were called to the 700 block of Ocean Beach Highway, where a fire was discovered after a “large bang” was heard. Police arrived on the scene and found […]

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Filing Wrap

The final day of Filing Week 2016 saw a flurry of activity, with several people making last-minute decisions to run. Marilee McCall is looking to move up from the Woodland City Council, filing to run for the District 1 County Commission seat currently held by Mike Karnofski. Curtis Hart, Jim Hill and Arne Mortensen are […]

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Charter Input

The citizens committee that’s working on Kelso’s Charter is putting on a public input session this afternoon, going from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at the Kelso City Hall. This is the Charter Review Committee’s third meeting since being appointed in March. Those involved say that they have completed their review of the Charter document, which […]

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Kelso Flushing

Be aware that the City of Kelso plans to flush water mains over the next few weeks, starting today and going through June 23rd. This flushing session will involve only East Kelso, with work planned between 8 pm to midnight, Mondays through Thursdays. Advisory signs will be posted in work areas, and you can get […]

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Click It or Ticket

Heading toward the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the national “Click It or Ticket” seat belt emphasis patrols start today and run through June 5th. The theme for this year’s campaign is “Buckle Up! Your Family is Waiting for You!” The Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office and all local police agencies in the area will be participating […]

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LCSG Challenge Grant

The folks with the Lower Columbia School Gardens are also working to raise up some green, as the organization is presented with a $30,000 challenge grant from the Health Care Foundation. Leaders with the School Gardens say that this would be a great infusion for the group, which would help to pay for new gardens […]

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KLOG Monday Sports

The Mariners completed a three game sweep in Cincinnati with a 5-4 win over the Reds on Sunday. Leonys Martin had four hits to lead the way. The M’s open a home stand against the Oakland A’s tonight, KLOG 6:00 pm…..The Kelso baseball team was eliminated in the 3A playoffs with a 3-1 loss to […]

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Gospel Sing-A-Round

There will be a “joyful noise” tonight at the Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts, as choirs from six local churches meet up with the Portland Interfaith Gospel Choir for tonight’s “Sing-A-Round Gospel Choir Project.” It’s estimated that at least 225 voices will be involved in tonight’s event, which will start at 7 pm. This […]

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