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As the ten-day strike notice from Local 153 of the Association of Western Pulp and Paperworkers passes, no settlement has been reached, but there has also been no strike call. Negotiators for the company and the union met yesterday for the first time since the notice was delivered. Union officials say that they are continuing […]
It’s time for you to come in and learn what the Longview Drinking Water Customer Advisory Committee has accomplished, as the CAC holds an Open House to present its current recommendations. The City of Longview and the Beacon Hill Water and Sewer District are jointly hosting today’s event, which will run from 4 to 7 […]
Tara Mae Jones, 29, of Longview is in jail after a one-car crash that took place yesterday afternoon at Delaware Street and 20th Avenue. Longview Police and aid crews were called to that intersection at about 3:20 yesterday afternoon, where it was reported that a car had hit a tree. One person reported chest pain […]
Specialized cleanup crews were called to the area of West Kalama River Road and Fisherman’s Loop Road, after a semi rolled over and leaked diesel fuel. The crash was reported shortly before 5 pm, as the truck hauling steel coils rolled onto its side. It was also reported that the truck had a full load […]
Woodland Police now report that the suspect in a Saturday shooting incident at a home on Old Pacific Highway is in custody. Around 3:15 Saturday afternoon, a man called WPD, claiming that a masked man had come into his shop, shot his black lab to death, and then tried to shoot him. The Cowlitz County […]
The Grocery Outlet store in Scappoose is in a bit of hot water, fined by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission for failing to verify the ID of a minor before selling alcohol to them. The OLCC is imposing a fine of $3,795, or the business has the option of serving a 23-day liquor license suspension.
Work starts next Monday on a culvert replacement project near Cathlamet, a project that could delay traffic along Ocean Beach Highway. Starting on Monday, contract crews working for the Washington Department of Transportation will get going on the replacement of two aging culverts that link the Elochoman River Slough to the Columbia River. The work […]
Kids in the Clatskanie area have another activity option, as the Clatskanie Masonic Lodge charters a new Boy Scout Troops. Mike Gwinner is the Scoutmaster for Troop 15, which meets each Tuesday night from 6:30 to 8 pm at the Masonic Hall on Southeast 2nd Avenue in Clatskanie. If you’d like more information, call 503-728-2798.
The folks at the Mint Valley Federal Credit Union are starting a drive that’s intended to help keep kids safe, collecting donations of life jackets that will be presented to local public safety agencies for distribution. Donations are being taken through the month of July, kicked off by a donation of four jackets from one […]
The Mariners return to action after a day off as they are in San Diego against the Padres, KLOG 6:00 pm…..The Medford Roques rallied for five runs in the 8th inning to beat the Cowlitz Black Bears 5-4 last night. The teams play again tonight at 6:35 pm…..The Pacific Tech Senior Legion team had a […]