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Millennium Hearings

Hearings are planned for Monday, October 24th in Longview and in Ridgefield on the 25th, taking public comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement regarding the proposed Millennium Bulk Terminals coal export facility. The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers is announcing that the Draft EIS is available for review and public comment, with the […]

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Port of Kalama Expands

Responding to what they say is an increasing demand for light industrial applications, the Port of Kalama is announcing an expansion of the Kalama River Industrial Park, saying that they plan to build a new 120 thousand square-foot building to meet that demand. The Collins Architectural Group of Longview is being selected to do the […]

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KLOG Friday Sports

The Mariners beat the A’s 3-2 on a Mike Zunino homer. The M’s are still two games back of Baltimore with three games to play. Oakland plays Seattle again tonight…..The Huskies host Stanford in a huge college football showdown tonight, KLOG 5:00 pm…..Week five of prep football includes Fort at Kelso (FM 101.5 The Wave), […]

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Fire Death Investigation

The September 16th fire that resulted in the death of Robert Earl Sieglitz, 45, of Kelso is now being ruled as “accidental.” Cowlitz 2 Fire and Rescue announced the results of its investigation into the fire at 2410 Burcham Street, saying that the fire was started by “poorly discarded smoking materials.” They say that the […]

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Hand Cannon

The Portland Police Bomb Squad confirms that a device found yesterday at Willow Grove Park was a relatively harmless “hand cannon,” not a pipe bomb, as was first thought. Maintenance workers were out at the park yesterday morning, and one of the workers reported finding a small pipe in a trash can, with a burnt […]

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Court News

Another hearing is planned for next Tuesday, where a judge will decide if David Altman will be forcibly medicated, to see if he can be brought to a state of mental competence to stand trial for his father’s murder. The Daily News reports that a state psychologist has determined that Altman is currently unable to […]

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Hightower Arrest

Authorities in Columbia County now report that the “person of interest” in the Amanda Hightower homicide case is in custody, arrested yesterday in California. Jesse Allen Lane is now being held in the Santa Barbara Jail, after being contacted in that city by law enforcement officers. The 28 year-old is now being held on an […]

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School Honors

Castle Rock Elementary School, Rose Valley Elementary School and R. A. Long High School are being honored by the State of Washington, selected to make this year’s list as “Schools of Distinction.” 94 schools across the state are getting the award this year, recognizing sustained improvement in reading and math scores over the past five […]

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Business News

After several months of ownership limbo, it’s now being announced that the Rutherglen Mansion is being purchased by a couple living in Bothell, who reportedly plan to turn the historic building into a small bed and breakfast. Today’s Daily News reports on the sale, saying that Eric W. Thompson and his wife purchased the building […]

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Rutherglen Mansion Bought

After several months of ownership limbo, it’s now being announced that the Rutherglen Mansion is being purchased by a couple living in Bothell, who reportedly plan to turn the historic building into a small bed and breakfast. Today’s Daily News reports on the sale, saying that Eric W. Thompson and his wife purchased the building […]

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