Thursday a regional SWAT team arrested the Kelso homicide suspect who allegedly was involved in the death of a man found near the Cowlitz Rive…
On “The Walking Dead,” Laurie Fortier portrays Agatha, the leader of a new group on the popular series – now in its 11th season. “Agatha is a bada--,” said the actress, who splits her time between Los Angeles and Atlanta. (She’s a) knives expert. So, to prepare for (playing) her, I trained with a Filipino knife expert.” Joking, she added that Agatha would make a resourceful travel companion. “I think I’d like to go camping with Agatha – maybe Yosemite,” she said. “I imagine she’d know how to pitch a tent, fish and make a fire.”
WOODLAND — The wheel of a slow-traveling Amtrak train came off the tracks Monday afternoon near Woodland, leaving passengers uninjured.
KELSO — Four teams gathered at Three Rivers Golf Course for the Kelso Invite on Wednesday. Mountain View brought home the win by shooting a 30…
With his latest movie, “Blue Bayou,” award-winning filmmaker Justin Chon (“Gook,” “Ms. Purple”) explores the plight of Antonio LeBlanc, a New Orleans man who was adopted as a baby and is facing deportation, due to his lack of U.S. citizenship. Based on the real-life cases of adults who literally were sent back to “where they came from,” the movie had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, before its September theatrical release. The Los Angeles-based artist wrote, directed, and acted in “Blue Bayou,” which also stars Academy Award winner Alicia Vikander as his wife.
I’m pretty sure I did Vancouver wrong.
A 72-year-old woman from Woodland died after she pulled in front of a semitruck Monday afternoon in Ridgefield.
Born in Canada and based out of Vancouver, British Columbia, costume designer Beverley Huynh said after childhood vacations to California, Hawaii and the Bahamas, her family went on a trip that changed her life. “We were in Vietnam for six weeks and I got to see my parents’ childhood home, met family I didn't know, and got to connect with my roots,” said Huynh, whose work has been featured on “Van Helsing,” “A Million Little Things” and “Arrow.” “It oddly felt like home. Going to Vietnam felt like I was connecting with a piece of me I felt was missing. That trip changed everything and travel became a part of me that I never want to give up.” See more of Huynh’s work on Instagram (@bevwincostumes) and her website (www.bevwin.com).