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Longview is located in southwestern Washington at the convergence of the Cowlitz and Columbia rivers. It is home to both Lake Sacajawea and Mount Coffin, a native ancestral burial ground for the local indigenous people. It was mostly farmland and wilderness until 1918 when Robert A. Long moved his Long-Bell Lumber Company to the area. The town was incorporated in 1934. Notable residents have included the inventor of the Aerocar Moulton Taylor and author of When Corporations Rule the World David Korten.

Population: 34660
Local Newspapers: Daily News Columbia River Reader Valley Bugler
Local Sports Teams: Cowlitz Black Bears
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with longview, washington: 98626 98632
Towns/Cities near longview, washington : Castle Rock Kelso Hillside Acres Kalama

Longview News
Fishing report 4/20

Baabs Teed of Vancouver holds a spring chinook she caught while anchor fishing in the lower Columbia River. Spring chinook anglers get another four days of fishing in the lower Columbia River beginning today, with recent catches better downstream than in the metropolitan area.

Annual coin show to be held in Longview

The Cowlitz Coin Club of Longview-Kelso is celebrating its 49th annual coin show on May 6, at the AWPPW Hall, located at 724 15th Avenue in Longview. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and admission is free.

Sleep Center opening Salmon Creek location

Local sleep clinic Vancouver Sleep Center will open a new location in Salmon Creek on Thursday, according to company representatives. The center helps with sleep disorders such as insomnia and sleep apnea.

Wind cargo picks up in Longview

Wind cargo is continuing to pick up at Port of Longview, and longshoremen last week handled the longest wind blades ever to pass through the port's docks. Each 177-foot blade is half the length of a football field, including end zones.

Fishing report 4/13

Spring chinook fishing is not expected to be good these next five days, but at least the lower Columbia River is below flood stage and anglers have a glimmer of hope of success.

Learn to grow giant pumpkins

On April 25 at 6:00 p.m., WSU Master Gardeners Dave Walker with his wife Colleen and Ted Cunningham will pass along tips on how to successfully grow giant pumpkins. They will discuss which varieties should be used and how to care for them that allows them to achieve their giant size.

County, ports plan dredging strategy

Can Wahkiakum County and the coalition of upriver ports join forces for the benefit of both in their efforts to conduct dredging projects? The two groups will hold a town hall meeting April 18 in Cathlamet to discuss their goals and the possibility of combining their separate projects. County commissioners hosted representatives of Ports of Kalama, Woodland and Longview in a workshop Tuesday to begin a group discussion.

Koelsch to begin enhancement projects in Longview

Koelsch Communities is starting a $3.2 million enhancement project in Longview. The project will include the Canterbury Inn, Delaware Plaza and Canterbury Gardens and work starts this spring and upon completion, in the autumn of 2017, will enhance the look and feel of one of Longview's most respected companies.

Brunell: Demise of Northwest aluminum industry

Driving east along state Highway 14 these days, you see water pouring out of Columbia River dams. It is already a high water year with much of the runoff from our heavy mountain snowpack yet to come.

Columbia River to fall below flood stage Tuesday

The National Weather Service announced the river was in a flood watch on March 16, as it neared the 16-foot minor flood stage. The Columbia River sat at 16.4 feet on Monday, according to the weather service, down from 16.8 feet on Sunday.

BNSF Derailed: Train Company Must Finally Pay the Price for Dumping Coal Into Washington's Waterways

For decades, BNSF Railway Company has operated open top coal and petcoke train cars along the Columbia River and other beautiful and iconic Washington waterways, causing these waterways to become highly polluted. However, after years of litigation, Sierra Club, its allies, and BNSF lodged a final consent decree in the U.S District Court for the Western District of Washington forcing the major rail company to clean up its act and pay for the pollution it has caused.

When Hoover used telegraph in D.C. to cut ribbon for bridge between Washington and Oregon

These days, ribbon-cutting ceremonies are tired affairs. Did you know you can buy giant ceremonial scissors on Amazon Prime? Take, for example, the unveiling of what's now called the Lewis and Clark Bridge.

Two ports join group fighting removal of dams

A regional effort to oppose the removal of four Snake River hydroelectric dams recently got a boost from local Lower Columbia ports. Commissioners from the ports of Longview and Kalama recently joined the Inland Ports and Navigation Group, a subgroup of the Pacific Northwest Waterways Association that specifically focuses on fighting dam removal.

Washington girl, 8, goes in for fourth open-heart surgery

In this March 13, 2017 photo, Mike Romo looks at his daughter, Khia Rom, 8, outside the family's Highlands home in Longview, Wash. Khia was born with a rare congenital heart condition called double outlet right ventricle and has an additional defect called transposition of the greater arteries.

Washington girl, 8, goes in for fourth open-heart surgery

In this March 13, 2017 photo, Mike Romo looks at his daughter, Khia Rom, 8, outside the family's Highlands home in Longview, Wash. Khia was born with a rare congenital heart condition called double outlet right ventricle and has an additional defect called transposition of the greater arteries.

Washington girl, 8, goes in for fourth open-heart surgery

Khia Romo is like any other 8-year-old girl in Longview, Washington. She likes to play outside, spends time with friends and attends school.

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