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KLOG Monday Sports

The Seahawks and Cardinals ended up in a 3-3 tie last night. Steven Hauschka missed a 28-yard FG with :07 left in overtime. It’s the Hawks first tie in franchise history. Seattle is at New Orleans on Sunday…..The Washington Huskies are ranked #4 in the latest AP College Football poll. The Dawgs have a huge […]

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NWIW Appeal

Environmental groups are filing a “precautionary appeal,” claiming that the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Northwest Innovation Works methanol production and export facility at the Port of Kalama is flawed. Columbia Riverkeeper, the Sierra Club and the Center for Biological Diversity are filing the appeal, claiming that there are several flaws in the final […]

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Beacon Hill Outage

It was “Throwback Thursday” for the teachers at Beacon Hill Elementary School yesterday afternoon, having to rely on the old-school teaching methods after a power outage hit. Around 12:45 yesterday afternoon, Beacon Hill residents called 911, reporting “explosions” on power poles near the intersection of Beacon Hill Road and West Side Highway, and that lines […]

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Elk Poaching

A cash reward of up to $1,000 is being offered in a Columbia County elk poaching case. Oregon State Police report on the incident, which took place earlier this week. On Monday, Troopers were informed about a dead bull elk in the area of Alder Creek and Cedar Creek, near Scappoose. They say that the […]

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Teen Falls

St. Helens Police Chief Terry Moss says that a 13 year-old boy is “lucky to be alive” after he fell some 20 feet as he tried to jump from roof-to-roof between two buildings in downtown St. Helens. The incident happened last Friday around noon, but details about the incident weren’t released until this morning. Moss […]

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Oregon Ballots Out

Ballots for the 2016 General Election go out in the mail today in Oregon, where they also have an extremely busy ballot. Along with the federal and state races, there are seven statewide ballot measures, four Columbia County measures, along with specific measures in Rainier, Scappoose, St. Helens and Vernonia. There are also 51 candidates […]

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Council App Deadline

Today is the deadline for applications for an open seat on the Castle Rock City Council. At the end of September, Mike Davis resigned his seat for personal reasons, creating the vacancy. If you’re interested, you must be living inside the city limits of Castle Rock, you have to have been a resident for at […]

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Drug Take Back Day

Saturday is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, and several local police agencies are participating in the event. These Take-Back Days are arranged by the Drug Enforcement Administration, as part of the effort to get old and possibly dangerous drugs out of family medicine cabinets, with the goal of reducing thefts and abuse. There have […]

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Health and Human Services Move

Be aware that Cowlitz County Health and Human Services is closed today and Monday, as the department moves to a new location. The department is currently located in the Colonnade Building on Ocean Beach Highway, but they now plan to move back to the building at 1952 9th Avenue in Longview. They moved out of […]

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Weekend Events–10/21-23/16

Friday: Find out “How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse” at the latest production from Stageworks Northwest, with a new production that’s being presented at the Longview Theatre on Commerce Avenue. “How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse” runs this weekend and next weekend, with curtain at 7 pm Friday and Saturday night. There’s also a 2 […]

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