A 76-year-old man was sent to the hospital Monday morning after an SUV reportedly hit his vehicle on State Route 504 between Silver Lake and Toutle.
State hospital officials Monday expressed concern about omicron, the new COVID-19 variant, as labs are testing for the strain.
An original artwork by Ron Gaul, an art teacher at Toledo High School, has officially been voted in as the Toledo School District’s new logo.
A service to rent hundreds of tools at Lowe’s locations throughout the country is kicking off in Washington state Thursday at the Longview store.
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New City of Longview Director of Community Development Ann Rivers said she plans to bring forward projects that have a good chance of getting the state’s and the governor’s support, also fit well in the community and have long-term potential.
In an area with few internet service providers and reliable fast connections, private and public entities are working together to close rural Washington’s long-time digital divide, highlighted during the pandemic’s reliance on remote work and school.
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RAINIER — One person was wounded in a shooting Sunday afternoon in the Rainier area and is in critical condition, but the victim has not been identified, and no arrests have been made, according to the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office
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KELSO — When most folks think of high school basketball jamborees they conjure images of players trying to remember plays and coaches toying with lineups and substitution patterns. Everyone knows that the final scores are far from the most important thing since each team enters the gym with …
With basketball season ready to begin, a few local teams got a chance to go up against squads wearing different colors for the first time this season before the schedule hits full swing later this week. On Monday, Mark Morris hosted Castle Rock and Ridgefield for a three team jamboree at Ted…
LACEY — Coming into the season, the main question for the Toledo boys basketball team is who on a young roster will step into the leading playmaker role for the Riverhawks. Monday evening, it took junior Jake Cournyer just a handful of minutes to make his own opening argument, leading Toledo…
Lower Columbia College hosted the Red Devil Classic with seven teams descending on Myklebust Gymnasium over the weekend and the home team settled for a second place finish. The Red Devils managed to pick up wins in their first two games before falling to Yakima Valley in the championship game.
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The two musicians, as well as Harrison’s widow, Olivia, honored the late guitarist on social media two decades after he passed away from lung cancer at age 58.
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PARIS (AP) — France inducted U.S.-born entertainer, anti-Nazi spy and civil rights activist Josephine Baker into the Pantheon on Tuesday, the first Black woman to receive the nation’s highest honor.