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Christine McDaniel is moving from the little kids to the big kids, as she’s named as the new Principal at Kelso High School. McDaniel is succeeding John Gummel, who is leaving Kelso to take a job as the new Superintendent for the Pioneer School Distric…

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Today is the deadline for entries in the Cowlitz Clean Waters 2018 “Solutions to Stormwater Pollution” Student Video Contest. This is a first-time event, asking for kids to produce 30-second public service announcements, promoting behavior changes that…

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Friday: The Community Service Fair happens this Friday at Kelso High School, starting at 10 am. Local non-profit agencies will have representatives at the school, looking to connect with student volunteers. Call 360-501-1830 to learn more. The Friends …

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Wet grounds in Spokane are delaying the NWAC Softball tourney, as fields weren’t safe for playing this morning. LCC’s tourney opener against Centralia was backed up from 10 am until noon today……The Kelso Lassies come from behind to win 4-2 agains…

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Longview Police report making an arrest after a man was revived following an apparent overdose at a motel on 15th Avenue. Just before 11 last night, someone came into the office of the motel in the 800 block of 15th Avenue, saying that they need medica…

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A public meeting is being set up for Tuesday, June 5th, where a planned drawdown of Silver Lake will be discussed. The Silver Lake Advisory Council reports that permission has been granted to lower the lake level by three feet, and they want to talk ab…

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The scope of the Cowlitz County-based poaching ring that is now being investigated and prosecuted in Washington and Oregon continues to expand, as dozens of new charges are now being filed in Eastern Oregon. It’s now being reported that the Wasco Count…

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The list of groups that are asking to be involved in the Millennium Bulk Terminals lawsuit against the State of Washington continues to grow, as the Association of American Railroads files a “Friend of the Court” brief. Today’s Daily News reports on th…

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Truck and worker traffic is moving again on Fibre Way and Industrial Way, following a large fuel spill that took place yesterday morning following a crash. Longview Police say that the crash happened around 10:30 am, when a semi and a smaller truck col…

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Volunteers with the Volcano Rescue Team are looking for a less lively day today, after helping to get five people off of the mountain yesterday. In a Facebook post, the VRT reports that their day started early yesterday, when a call came in from the Sk…

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