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The Seahawks dug themselves out of a 14-0 deficit, but in the end Blair Walsh’s 52-yard FG attempt was three feet short as the Falcons beat Seattle 34-31 last night. The loss snapped the Hawks 11-game win streak on Monday Night Football…..The Blazers opened a four game road trip with a 100-92 victory over the […]

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Manslaughter Charges

Dawson A. Dunn, 13, of Kelso is now being charged with first-degree manslaughter, arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of his friend on October 14th of this year. 13 year-old Edgar Vasquez of Kelso died after being hit with a shotgun round, an incident that Dunn claims was an accident as they were playing […]

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NORPAC Fall

Fire and aid crews are responding to NORPAC this morning, after a fall was reported on the millsite. Aid crews were called to the paper recycling and processing facility shortly before 5 this morning, when it was reported that a man had fallen down some stairs, hitting his head. Other information about the identity of […]

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Flood Watch

A Flood Watch goes up later today in Lewis County and points north, as heavy rain moves into the region today and tonight. The Flood Watch covers the western portion of Lewis County, along with much of western and northwestern Washington. The Weather Service says that the first shot of rain today and tonight will […]

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Welding Lab Closed

Lower Columbia College now reports that the Welding Lab will stay closed for the entire fall quarter, as air quality in the facility continues to be substandard. On the 8th, the college announced that air quality tests showed that air in the lab did not meet standards set by the National Institute for Occupational Safety […]

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Kelso Council Preview

2018 utility rates are on the agenda tonight for the Kelso City Council, along with mid-biennium budget adjustments, and a request to name portions of Kelso as “drug-free zones.” The Council is looking at a rate package that would increase water rates by about 2.4 percent, raising the average monthly bill from $126.75 to $129.80 […]

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Appeal Filed

The Port of Kalama is filing an appeal of the ruling from the Shorelines Hearings Board, claiming that they followed all of the rules regarding the Environmental Impact Statement regarding the proposed Kalama Manufacturing and Marine Export Terminal. Back in February, the Cowlitz County Hearings Examiner approved the shoreline permits for the $1.8 billion Northwest […]

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New Contender

Now, there are four Democrats that are taking aim at the 3rd District Congressional seat now held by Jaime Herrera Beutler of Camas. WSU Vancouver Political Science Professor Carolyn Long announced yesterday that she plans to join the race, running for Congress in her first-ever political campaign. Long says that she plans to take a […]

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Crab Fishery Delayed

Commercial crabbers in Washington and Oregon are going to be hanging out in port for a while, as fishery managers in both states delay the opening of the season. Washington Fish and Wildlife announced yesterday that the commercial crab season will be delayed to December 16th at a minimum, to give the crabs a chance […]

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New Locomotives

Amtrak’s Cascades passenger rail service between Vancouver, BS and Eugene is getting an upgrade, as new state-of-the-art locomotives go online. Amtrak officials say that the new “Siemens Charger” locomotives are significant upgrades from the current equipment. These Charger locomotives are lighter and quieter, they meet new EPA emission standards, and they have greater rates of […]

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