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The Portland Trail Blazers take on the Hornets in Charlotte later today, KLOG 3:05 pm…..The LCC basketball teams are in Auburn to play the Green River Gators tonight, women at 6 pm and the men at 8 pm…..Britzy Hockett of Toutle Lake almost had a quintuple-double last night. Her quadruple-double was just two blocked shots […]
Theron Joseph Manley, 18, of Clatskanie is in the Clatsop County Jail, charged with online sexual corruption and sexual abuse of a 14 year-old girl. The Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office reports that Manley was arrested last Friday, after an investigation that started in October of last year. Last Halloween, a report came into Clatsop County […]
We’re above the freezing mark in Kelso this morning, and with the rain that’s falling, the snow and ice is breaking up on local roads. The Weather Service is also backing off some of the rainfall predictions, now saying that we could see between one-half to three-quarters of an inch of rain today. A Flood […]
As the rain increases and the freezing level rises, the City of Clatskanie is preparing for the possibility of another flood event. City Manager Greg Hinkelman tells the Clatskanie Chief that “things are dry right now,” but they’re worried about all of the snow in the hills, as the freezing level pops up. He says […]
If you’ve ever wondered how you should react if you’re caught in an active shooting or terrorist event, Cowlitz County Sheriff Mark Nelson plans to offer a civilian training seminar, titled “Surviving an Active Threat: A Civilian Response.” Nelson says that with the number of terror and “active killer” events, there’s more need than ever […]
Just days after a forensic sketch was released to the public, Wahkiakum County Coroner Dan Bigelow says that they have been able to positively identify the man whose body was found last May near Altoona. Bigelow says that DNA comparisons confirm that the body is that of Richard Arneson of Seattle, who was 62 years […]
A special meeting of the Longview Planning Commission is set for this evening, where they will conduct a workshop on the update of the Longview Comprehensive Plan, and will also get an update on the process to develop zoning regulations for emergency shelters inside the city limits. This evening’s meeting starts at 7 pm in […]
Third District Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler is announcing a new assignment, reporting that she has been appointed to the Labor, Health and Human Services Appropriations Subcommittee. Beutler says that this appointment will allow her to focus resources to this area, dealing with priorities like opioid abuse, advancing work on cures for things like heart disease […]
The organizers of the first-ever meeting of the Lower Columbia chapter of “100 Women Who Care” say that their initial meeting was an outstanding success, raising more than $8,500 in one hour, money that will go to Janus Youth Programs, a program for local homeless youth. The premier event for the local “100 Women Who […]
There’s a new local entry on the National Registry of Historic Places, as the John and Matilda Jackson House near Chehalis is added to the list. This announcement came last week from the Washington Department of Archeology and Historical Preservation. They say that the Jackson House was listed for several reasons, including its historic connection […]