It may not look like it, but there's a new sign at the Kelso-Longview border greeting motorists as they enter R.A. Long's planned city near the intersection of Washington Way and Ocean Beach Highway. The old wooden sign cracked after just six years, said Bill Kasch, a booster of Longview history. Kasch enlisted the help of several businesses and individuals to create the new sign, which is made of a high-density urethane that will have a much longer life expectancy, he said. Sign Print 360, a West Kelso shop, donated time to make the sign. Other contributions to the $4,200 effort came from Columbia Ford, Fibre Federal Credit Union, Watkins Tractor, the Storedahl family and Bev and late Tom Anderson.