In 2001, pregnant Mother vanished after shopping in Washington and her husband ran away for 20 yearsAnthony's CornerNewsBreak Contributor
St. Helens and Many More Spooky Towns to Visit During Halloween for FamiiesHotMamaTravelNewsBreak Contributor
Incident at Coal Creek Boat Launch: Attempted Murder Suspect ApprehendedRNHSA Media GroupNewsBreak Contributor
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Cats Of longview, WA Need You!
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around longview.
Charming Longview House Sells for $925K
A charming 1-story house near Longview, Washington recently caught the attention of buyers and sold for an impressive $925,000 on September 29th. Located at 2341 Cascade Way, Longview, WA, 98632, this spacious home offers a comfortable and inviting living space.
Mayor Monday: St. Helens, the 'Spirit of Halloween-town', Prepares for its Busiest Time of Year
Get ready for a spooky treat as we delve into the heart of St. Helens, famously known as the 'Spirit of Halloween-town'. Discover why this time of year is the busiest and most exciting for this unique town on Mayor Monday.
Rainier Oregon Historical Museum: Preserving the past for the future
Correction In the original reporting of this story, due to reporter error, it was stated that the museum started in 2014 and that the ROHM was seeking a $300,000 grant. The statements were inaccurate. The Chief is happy to set the record straight. Updated Coverage The Rainier Oregon Historical Museum (ROHM) is in the process...
Local high school football Week-5 scores and standings
Washington and Columbia County football scores: Week-5 Jesuit 70, Aloha 0 Mountainside 27, Westview 6 Scappoose 42, Milwaukie/Milwaukie Academy of Arts 14 Sunset 42, Beaverton...
Giving Back: Fibre Federal Credit Union helps feed Rainier students
Fibre Federal Credit Union serves 11 counties in Oregon and Washington with financial services and community support projects focusing on education and wellness. The credit union recently partnered with HOPE of Rainier to sponsor the Rainier School District’s Backpack Food Program. The program provides backpacks filled with six meals, snacks, and beverages for children in need every weekend during the school year, totaling 216 meals per child. Currently, 25 Rainier K-12 children are enrolled in the program, but numbers typically rise throughout the year. At minimum, the program provides 5,400 meals per school year for children in need. This partnership creates an opportunity for Fibre Federal and HOPE of Rainier to address and relieve food insecurity and help local students lead healthier, happier lives.
Sweets & Treats: A local destination for divine delights
There is a new business in Rainier, that aims to satisfy even the most persnickety sweet tooth. Its name is Birdie’s Devine Delights, and everything crafted there strives to be both divine and delightful. The proprietor of the establishment is Birdie Standen. The eponymous website is up and running and is available for viewing and ordering. The address is 126 W. B Street. You can also order cakes, cookies, and...
DEQ fines Rainier over $30,000 for sewage spill in Columbia River, other violations
The Department of Environmental Quality says Rainier has earned yet another fine for wastewater violations, a recurring issue over the years. Rainier says it will complete a mitigation plan after a state department fined the city $31,550 in August for exceeding permit limits and discharging untreated sewage into the Columbia River. The DEQ says the city incurred over 100 Class I violations at its wastewater treatment plant in the past...
End of Season: Wrapping up River City Speedway
River City Speedway concluded its 39th season of motorsports with it’s Sept. 23 season finale at the Columbia County Fairgounds facility in St. Helens. Local stock car racing drivers who won Columbia County Racing Association (CCRA)championships included Kasey Lee, Brad Korpela, Stephen Kaptur and the father/son duo of Sean Fox and his son Austin. Korpela, of St. Helens, won the Street Stock Division title with his Dr. Auto sponsored 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. It marked the first championship of his four-year racing career for Korpela. ...
St. Helens High Lions football squad off to strong 4-1 start with win against Astoria
The 7-Mile War, the annual Scappoose-St. Helens high school football game, is always a huge draw in Columbia County, but the contest will take on added significance this year because both the Lions and the Indians are off to great starts. Scappoose defeated Milwaukie 42-14 on Thursday, Sept. 28, to extend their unbeaten streak to 5-0, while the Lions are off to a 4-1 start, beating Astoria Friday, Sept. 29, by the score of 36-29. ...
Two people injured in an unprovoked attack at Beacon Hill light rail
In a shocking incident at Beacon Hill light rail, two unsuspecting victims in their 60s were brutally attacked with a hammer. The assailant remains at large as police intensify their search. Watch the video for the full story.
Kaiser Permanente pharmacy workers to launch strike over staffing shortages
Kaiser Permanente's pharmacy employees, with labor union UFCW Local 555, began their 21-day Unfair Labor Practice strike on Sunday morning.
Toledo set to celebrate 142nd birthday with a bang
It's not every day a community turns 142 years old. When it does, it's cause for celebration. Lewis County residents can celebrate Toledo's birthday during an event to raise ...
Local Update: Street, Sidewalk, and Stormwater Crews' Work Plan for October 2nd-5th, 2023
The Street/ Storm Weekly Work Plan for 10/02/2023 - 10/05/2023 has been outlined. Streets Crew A will backfill and replace concrete at certain locations. Crew B will perform similar tasks and also transport sweeping material from the yard. Utility patch work in designated areas is the responsibility of Crew C.
Longview Residents Alert: Utility Repairs to Close 25th Ave Alley Starting October 2
The City of Longview Street Division will start utility cut repairs at 630 25th Avenue on Monday, October 2, 2023, at 7:00 a.m. The work is expected to be completed by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 6, 2023.
Tigers get crunched by Lyncs in biggest loss in 11 years
The Napavine football team suffered its first regular-season loss in over 950 days Saturday in Whatcom County, falling to 1A Lynden Christian 47-6. “It’s definitely okay to get
A Seafood Lover's Guide to Ridgefield: Exploring the Top 2 Restaurants
In this article, we're exploring two exceptional seafood restaurants in Ridgefield. Have you had the pleasure of dining at either of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
Loggers 'out-physical' Riverhawks in shutout victory
ONALASKA -- They don't all have to be pretty. While it was a sluggish performance from the Onalaska offense, the Logger defense stole the show Friday night, putting together its best ...
1B Football roundup: Cardinals run all over Lions for first win
The Winlock football team got in the win column for the first time on Friday night, running rampant over the Sound Christian Lions in a 56-22 win. James Cusson and the rest of the Cardinals ...
C2BL Football: No Unbeatens Remain as Napavine, Forks, and Toledo all Fall in Week 5
The Central 2B League is always one of the premier leagues in football in Washington state and so far in 2023 it has been more of the same in Southwest Washington. Three undefeated teams remained headed into week 5 but as the dust settled, none remained unblemished as Raymond/South Bend defended home turf against Forks and Onalaska celebrated homecoming with a shutout win over Toledo. Then, on Saturday the reigning 2B champions in Napavine traveled up north only to get handed their first loss since 2021 against Lynden Christian. Here are some quick recaps on those three games.