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Pe Ell Man Dies After Teen Swerves To Avoid Deer In Roadway

A 44-year-old Pe Ell man was killed in a traffic collision Saturday evening after a teen driver swerved to avoid a deer colliding with his vehicle as a result. The Washington State Patrol says that the incident occurred on June 26th at 11:23 PM on State Route 6 in the 6000 block in Lewis County.
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Pe Ell Man Killed After Driver Swerves to Avoid Deer

A 44-year-old Pe Ell man died late Saturday night after a teen driver swerved to avoid a deer and crashed into his vehicle, according to the Washington State Patrol. Eric C. Campbell was traveling east on state Route 6 at mile marker 26 west of Pe Ell at about 11:26 p.m. in a 1988 Volkswagen. A 17-year-old Raymond resident was traveling west at the same location in a 2018 Hyundai Elantra when he swerved to avoid the deer and struck Campbell’s vehicle.
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Coast Guard Cutter Steadfast returns to Astoria after 55-day counter narcotics patrol; Rescues two men adrift at sea for 23 days

ASTORIA, Ore. — United States Coast Guard Cutter Steadfast (WMEC-623) returned to homeport in Astoria on Saturday, June 18, following a 55-day counter narcotics deployment to the Eastern Pacific Ocean. The 210-foot medium endurance cutter and crew covered more than 11,000 miles conducting law enforcement and search-and-rescue operations in...
ASTORIA, OR
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Coast Guard Cutter Steadfast returns home after 55-day counter narcotics patrol

United States Coast Guard Cutter Steadfast (WMEC-623) returned to homeport in Astoria on Saturday, June 18, following a 55-day counter narcotics deployment to the Eastern Pacific Ocean. The 210-foot medium endurance cutter and crew covered more than 11,000 miles conducting law enforcement and search-and-rescue operations in international waters off Central...
ASTORIA, OR
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Longview Grain Terminal Settles Lawsuit For Nearly $1 Million

LONGVIEW, Wash. (AP) – A Longview, Washington grain terminal will pay nearly $1 million after settling a lawsuit with the Columbia Riverkeeper that claimed the terminal operated without necessary permits meant to monitor river pollution. Export Grain Terminal operates a grain terminal out of the Port of Longview. It...
LONGVIEW, WA
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