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Arctic tugboat set to take her maiden voyage

Arctic tugboat set to take her maiden voyage

RAINIER — Sparks flew as a welder cut into steel while sitting on a beam 20 feet in the air. The smell of burnt metal filled the air as anothe…

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Vinyl records are making a comeback

Vinyl records are making a comeback

The Blue Album: that quintessential sample of The Beatles hits, from the ballad of “Hey Jude” to the contemplative “Strawberry Fields”, formed…

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Oil refinery could be in the works at Port of Longview

Oil refinery could be in the works at Port of Longview

Portland-based environmental group Columbia Riverkeeper announced Wednesday that an oil refinery could be coming to the Port of Longview.

April 15, 2015 11:50 pm(34)

Carl's Towing owners purchase Kalama tow truck business

A Kalama tow truck company shuttered by a federal agency last summer is set to reopen now that it has been bought by Carl’s Towing of Longview…

April 15, 2015 11:00 pm(1)

Port of Longview hires new law firm as general counsel

Port of Longview hires new law firm as general counsel

Port of Longview will soon have a new attorney, which commissioners said is a sign of the changing needs of the port as it continues to grow.

April 14, 2015 10:40 pm(2)

No talks scheduled, but union will continue bargaining with KapStone

No talks scheduled, but union will continue bargaining with KapStone

KapStone Paper & Packaging and its union pulp and paper workers are continuing to negotiate after mill workers rejected a tentative labor …

April 13, 2015 11:15 pm(0)

Local housing market off to a strong start in 2015

Local housing market off to a strong start in 2015

Cowlitz County’s housing market may not be red hot, but it’s warming up.

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Talking Business: Longview Family Dental makes its mission serving low-income families

Talking Business: Longview Family Dental makes its mission serving low-income families

While Cowlitz County has no shortage of low-cost health care options, the same can’t be said about dental care.

April 12, 2015 11:40 pm Photos

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Slade Gorton: Active and opinionated at 87

Slade Gorton: Active and opinionated at 87

In the 1980s and 90s, Slade Gorton did what few Republicans have done since. He was elected to statewide office in the left-leaning Washington…

April 11, 2015 11:35 pm(11)

St. John 2014 profits dip to $1.9 million

St. John 2014 profits dip to $1.9 million

Declining patient visits and less Medicaid reimbursements drove St. John Medical Center’s profits down $26 million in four years, according to…

April 11, 2015 11:00 pm(8)

Tapping the brews at Blooms to Brews marathon

Tapping the brews at Blooms to Brews marathon

The Northwest beer scene is so pervasive you can’t even go 26.2 miles without running into it.

April 10, 2015 11:45 pm Photos

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Businesses buzzing before Blooms to Brews

Businesses buzzing before Blooms to Brews

Runners and businesses alike are gearing up for Sunday's first Blooms to Brews Marathon, a Boston Marathon qualifying race expected to draw ab…

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Blooms to Brews preparations in good hands, authorities say

Blooms to Brews preparations in good hands, authorities say

More than 1,100 runners will work up a sweat Sunday for the Blooms to Brews race, and Woodland authorities say that influx of people will be n…

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Longview seeking boat rental and food vendors for lake

Longview seeking boat rental and food vendors for lake

The city is looking for food and boating concessionaires at Lake Sacajawea this summer.

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Port of Kalama set to build two new warehouses for Steelscape

Port of Kalama set to build two new warehouses for Steelscape

The Port of Kalama is planning to build two warehouses for Steelscape Inc.

April 09, 2015 7:00 pm(0)

Union will continue to negotiate with KapStone after rejecting contract

Union will continue to negotiate with KapStone after rejecting contract

Union officials say they’ll continue to bargain with KapStone Paper & Packaging after members rejected a tentative contract Friday.

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Talking Business: A Touch of Glass a one-stop shop for stained glass creations

Talking Business: A Touch of Glass a one-stop shop for stained glass creations

From soaring cathedrals to shimmering earrings, stained glass is a canvas like no other. But there’s no need to go too far to see great works …

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Columbia County commissioners to discuss extending pot moratorium

Columbia County commissioners to discuss extending pot moratorium

The Columbia County commissioners will hold a public hearing at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Helens to discuss an additional 90-day moratorium on …

April 05, 2015 9:00 pm(0)

Green energy from the Columbia Gorge proving costly to Cowlitz PUD ratepayers

Green energy from the Columbia Gorge proving costly to Cowlitz PUD ratepayers

A breeze blows down the Columbia Gorge, stirring dozens of giant windmills that the Cowlitz PUD helped build.

April 04, 2015 11:45 pm Photos

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KapStone workers reject offer

KapStone workers reject offer

Union paper works overwhelmingly rejected a tentative contract with KapStone Paper & Packaging over three days of voting that ended Friday…

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