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The region’s largest one-day charitable event is already under way, and will continue until midnight tonight. The Community Foundation of Southwest Washington is hosting the annual Give More 24! Event, with a goal of collecting $1.2 million for local s…

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A call for ground searchers is going out from the State Department of Emergency Management, as a search for a missing mushroom picker is under way in Wahkiakum County. The Wahkiakum County Sheriff’s Office reports that a 60 year-old Kelso woman is miss…

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Kele James Bobst, 18, of Longview is being charged with first-degree assault with a firearm, arrested in connection with a Saturday night shooting incident at a home in Kelso. Bobst is one of three people that are believed to have been involved in the …

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The State Patrol still has not identified the person who died late Tuesday night in a two-car crash on I-5 southbound near the Clark County Fairgrounds. The crash happened a few minutes before midnight on Tuesday, at milepost 10 on the southbound freew…

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2019 utility rates are the subject of a Longview City Council workshop that’s happening tonight. City staff will present proposed rates for water, sewer, stormwater and solid waste at the workshop, which will start at 6 pm. Staff is proposing a water r…

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Learn about the current state of affairs for the cities of Kelso and Longview at this afternoon’s Kelso-Longview Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Membership Luncheon. Kelso Mayor Nancy Malone and City Manager Steve Taylor will be joined by Longview Mayor …

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The Carver Peterson Memorial Walk happens this evening at Lake Sacajawea, remembering the Kalama teen who took his own life in September of last year, along with other loved ones who have been lost to suicide. Carver Peterson was an Eagle Scout and a K…

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The Carver Peterson Memorial Walk happens this evening at Lake Sacajawea, remembering the Kalama teen who took his own life in September of last year, along with other loved ones who have been lost to suicide. Carver Peterson was an Eagle Scout and a K…

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A “Call to Action” is going out from Lower Columbia College tonight, as the college hosts a forum that’s intended to bring Cowlitz County together on the topic of Early Learning. You’re invited to come and be part of the discussion as the Early Learnin…

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A “Call to Action” is going out from Lower Columbia College tonight, as the college hosts a forum that’s intended to bring Cowlitz County together on the topic of Early Learning. You’re invited to come and be part of the discussion as the Early Learnin…

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