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Save $0.51 per gallon on gas at the cheapest station in Longview

(LONGVIEW, WA) According to Longview gas price data, you could be saving up to $0.51 per gallon on gas. Kelso One Stop at 1800 S Pacific Ave was the cheapest station in the area, according to a survey by GasBuddy, with regular listed at $3.58 per gallon Wednesday. By comparison, the most expensive gallon was at Texaco at 1221 Rose Valley Rd, where a gallon of regular was selling for $4.09.
LONGVIEW, WA
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Longview COVID-19 update: Open vaccine sites

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Longview: 1. 3184 Ocean Beach Hwy (360) 636-6723; 2. 364 Triangle Shopping Center 360-423-4833; 3. 2930 Ocean Beach Hwy 360-575-6246; 4. 1227 15th Ave 360-575-6606; 5. 2939 Ocean Beach Hwy 360-232-1021; 6. 540 7th Ave 360-414-9656; 7. 3715 Ocean
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Alleged leader of drug trafficking ring pleads not guilty

LONGVIEW, Wash. - A Longview man has pleaded not guilty to charges of leading and profiting from organized crime. Efrein Velarde Pelayo, 33, is accused of sending a runner to sell heroin and methamphetamines to a police informant last winter. The Daily News reports he also pleaded not guilty to three felony drug charges and first-degree criminal impersonation.
LONGVIEW, WA

Daily Weather Forecast For Rochester

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Rochester: Saturday, October 16: Patchy fog then partly sunny during the day; while light rain overnight; Sunday, October 17: Light rain during the day; while chance of rain showers overnight; Monday, October 18: Mostly sunny during the day; while partly
ROCHESTER, WA
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Food Network’s ‘Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives’ Touched Down at Three Woman-Owned Restaurants in Twin Cities

If Flavortown is the destination, Lewis County residents don’t have to board a plane. “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” one of Food Network’s most popular shows, came to the Twin Cities this summer to record segments with three local eateries: Centralia’s Dick’s Brewing Company and Chehalis restaurants Mackinaw’s and Once Upon a Thyme.
LEWIS COUNTY, WA
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No Injuries Reported in Downtown Centralia House Fire

A section of road near Centralia College was closed for a couple hours Thursday evening as fire crews worked to extinguish a house fire. Crews with the Riverside Fire Authority and Lewis County Fire District 6 responded to reports of a fire on the back porch of a single-family residence in the 100 block of South Washington Avenue just after 5:40 p.m. on Oct. 14. They arrived to find heavy fire at the back porch, with the fire spreading to the first floor of the residence, according to a Riverside Fire Authority incident report. There were no occupants in the house when crews arrived and no injuries were reported.
CENTRALIA, WA
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Longview Daily News

Letter: Speed limits should be fully enforced

I had to laugh at the headline in the area news Oct. 6, "Longview slows down drivers." This sounds great, but tell me this, exactly how is that going to happen? I live on Pennsylvania, AKA The Pennsylvania Speedway. The posted speed limit is 25 mph. Other than myself and a handful of other seniors, no one follows it. I have seen the police out here a few times, usually for a domestic dispute, but have never seen anyone stopped for speeding. I know for a fact it is that way all over town.
LONGVIEW, WA
Chronicle

Vikings Rebound With 58-0 Drubbing of Taholah

MOS — Keegan Kolb 70-yard kickoff return. Rushing: MOS — Ben Cruz 4/75, Zack Munoz 3/53, Hunter Ison 5/42. Receiving: MOS — Keegan Kolb 1/7, Zack Munoz 1/7. Seven Mossyrock players scored touchdowns and Mossyrock rebounded from last week’s loss by thumping Taholah, 58-0, on the road in 1B Pac-5 Conference action on Saturday.
TAHOLAH, WA
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Chehalis Officer Disciplined for False Information in Police Report

A Chehalis Police Department officer submitted a police report containing inaccurate information after he misquoted a phone conversation with the owner of a protest bus that was wrongfully impounded on April 12. While the Lewis County Prosecutor’s Office declined to charge the officer, Beamer Dyas, with perjury, a letter disclosing...
CHEHALIS, WA
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Hoquiam still searching for a win after falling to Centralia

Back in 2018, the Hoquiam Grizzlies finished as one of the top four teams in the state after a run to the 1A semifinals. Now, during arguably the most difficult season in recent history for the program, the Grizzlies would be happy just to get a win. Hoquiam, a team...
HOQUIAM, WA
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Riverhawks’ Offense Outduels Cascade Christian’s Passing Attack

TOLEDO — Geoffrey Glass exploded for 212 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries and Toledo survived Cascade Christian’s second-half comeback attempt for a 48-32 non-league victory at home on Saturday. What looked like a potential Riverhawks’ blowout in the first half turned into an offensive duel in the...
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Second-Ranked Chinooks Crush Seventh-Ranked Loggers, 58-6

KAL — Jack Doerty 8-yard catch. Rushing: ONY — Marshall Haight 22/59, Gunnar Talley 6/43, Kayden Mozingo 10/40; KAL — Jackson Esary 11/130. Passing: ONY — Kayden Mozingo 2-6/48; KAL — Jackson Esary 10-13/249. Receiving: ONY — Gunnar Talley 1/40; KAL — Jack Doerty 4/101. It was the Jackson Esary...
KALAMA, WA
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Updated: Woman Accused of Starting House Fire in Pe Ell

A woman has been charged with first-degree arson for allegedly starting the fire that destroyed a Pe Ell residence, two trailers and the surrounding brush Thursday afternoon. Fire crews were called to respond to reports of a fire in the 400 block of Washington Street at 1:40 p.m. on Oct. 14 and arrived to find the house and two trailers fully ablaze.
PE ELL, WA
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Shorthanded Timberwolves Trampled by Spartans

Receiving: MWP — Brecken Pelletier 4/48, Hunter Hazen 4/49. Missing multiple starters and heading to the Olympic Peninsula with just 15 players, Morton-White Pass coach Lee Metcalf and his team figured they were in for a long night. In constant rain, the injury-riddled Timberwolves were no match for Forks, falling...
MORTON, WA
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