When Fitty Apparel’s store in the Three Rivers Mall closes for two weeks at the end of December, it’s not a holiday break. During that time, the brand will be opening two more stores, one in California and one in South Dakota.
A Kalama man was arrested Nov. 29 after a Longview resident says he held the alleged vehicle prowler by gunpoint until police arrived.
Witnesses said the truck driver was backing down a driveway when the rear tires slid off roadway and the vehicle rolled.
A “catastrophic water main break” in Kalama on Monday morning triggered a full water shutoff at sections of the Port of Kalama and a boil water notice for some city residents.
A "catastrophic" break in the Kalama water system Monday morning triggered a full water shutoff at the Port of Kalama and a boil notice for some city residents.
Success in Congress, once measured by bills passed and constituents reached, is now gauged in many ways by the ability to attract attention, even if it is negative.
Local politicians expect that the upcoming 2022 legislative session will be dominated more by last session’s controversies than new bills.
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KELSO — The Kelso girls basketball team didn’t let 4A Battle Ground intimidate them as the Hilanders outclassed the Tigers in a 68-28 beat down on Monday.
Mark Morris broke into the win column as they held onto a late lead to beat Heritage 48-42 at Ted M. Natt court on Monday night.
R.A. Long out-rolled Ridgefield 1832-1790 on Friday in a 2A Greater St. Helens League bowling match at Triangle Bowl in Longview.
Washougal, Seton Catholic and Hockinson were in town on Friday to take on Mark Morris/R.A. Long in a double dual meet at Dick Mealy Memorial Pool.
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