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It was an LCC sweep last night. The Red Devil men beat South Puget Sound 62-59 to get into a first place tie with the Clippers, both at 11-1. The LCC women beat SPSCC 82-50. Both LCC teams are at Highline tomorrow afternoon…..The WIAA Regionals begin tonight for the Kelso girls as they take on […]

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22nd Avenue Fire

Three adults and four children are getting help from the Red Cross, after having been forced out of their home by an attic fire early this morning. The fire in the home was reported at about 12:30 am, at a home in the 300 block of 22nd Avenue. Longview Fire officials say that it looks […]

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Freezy-Squeezy

It’s really cold out there this morning, with the temperature at the 20-degree mark as of 4:30 this morning. Depending on the specific location, some areas could be even colder, but things are expected to start warming up a little bit. Roads in the Kelso-Longview area are bare and dry this morning, but there are […]

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Meat Theft

Curtis Farrier, 51, of Winlock is under arrest on burglary charges, after he was accused of stealing meat from a neighbor’s freezer. The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office reports that Farrier was arrested on Wednesday, as he was caught red-handed at a home on Roe Road in Winlock. Lewis County Deputies say that they were called […]

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Fishers Lane Deal

The City of Longview could soon be making $10,000 per month on the abandoned Fishers Lane Water Treatment Plant, as a data mining company offers to lease the facility as a host for their server farm. Longview Economic Development Director Joe Phillips says that the Canada-based company offers what’s called “hybrid hosting”. Phillips says that […]

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Mint Valley GC Changes

The Longview City Council is giving Parks and Recreation Director Jennifer Wills permission to explore and develop a new management plan for the city-owned Mint Valley Golf Course, as the number of rounds and revenues at the course continue to dwindle. Wills says that this review is coming as the current contract with pro Nick […]

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Harlie’s Hoops

Harlie DesArmo of Castle Rock was killed about four-and-a-half years ago at the age of 15, hit by a car as she and a friend were walking along the road not far from her home; since that time, DesArmo’s family has worked to bring Harlie’s dreams and aspirations to the community, forming “Harlie’s Angels,” a […]

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Weekend Events–2/23-25/18

Friday: The “Wheel N Deal” Flea Market for Kalama Fair that had been planned for this weekend is being postponed, due to the weather. Organizers now say that the fair will happen the weekend of March 2nd and 3rd. The annual “Go Red Tea for Women” happens this Friday at the Delaware Plaza, an event […]

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School Closures, 8:30 am 2/22/18

Lower Columbia College – Campus opens at 10 am. Longview – 2 Hours Late. All buses on snow routes. Kelso – Closed Castle Rock – Closed Toutle Lake – 3 Hrs Late, all AM buses on snow routes Kalama – Closed Woodland – Closed St. Rose – 2 Hours Late. Toledo (WA) – Closed Winlock […]

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Still Snowing

Light snow showers continue to fall in the local area, replenishing the snow that fell yesterday, and it’s possible that more could be on the way. In the Kelso-Longview area, a couple of inches fell overnight, but main roadways are mostly bare and wet. There could be some slushy spots on the main roads, but […]

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