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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
Learn what it takes to grow lilacs

On May 30 at 6 p.m., Ruth Wendt, associated with the Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens will discuss how to grow lilacs. She will cover everything from buying lilacs to proper planting, care, and fertilizers to use.

Clark's Rose wins NWAC long jump title

Clark College's Olivia Rose won the long jump at the NWAC Championships on Monday at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham, Ore.

Washington man faces 4 child molestation charges

The Daily News reports 33-year old Michael Conder of Longview is scheduled to be arraigned May 30. Conder is facing four counts of first-degree child molestation. Longview police got word of sexually explicit images involving an 11-year-old girl.

Company proposes biofuel refinery in Cowlitz County

A Houston-based group of investors is again looking to develop a biofuel refinery in Cowlitz County, more than a year after their plans for oil, propane and biofuel projects were rejected by the Port of Longview. The refinery will focus on processing biofuel only, dropping earlier plans to process crude oil too.

Program focuses on building resilience

The Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Council of Governments invites the business sector, chambers of commerce, economic development councils, local governments, school districts and other academic institutions, transit agencies, tribal governments, non-profits, conservation districts, and emergency managers to attend a developmental program on May 23, 3-6 p.m. at the Cowlitz County Event Center located at 1900 7th Avenue, Longview. Economic Resilience is the means by which a local economy can withstand interruption due to economic adversity at any level, whether it be national, state, or local.

Company whirls idea of biofuel refinery in Washington

A Houston-based company has shown interest in developing a biofuel refinery in Washington. The Daily News reports the Port of Longview previously denied a similar project from the company.

Letter: Oppose Longview terminal

In April, the final environmental impact statement for the Millennium Bulk Terminal in Longview was released. Cowlitz County and the Washington Department of Ecology found nine areas of significant environmental impact if this project were allowed to proceed.

Woman faces charges after apparent drug-related death

Police have arrested a woman in southwestern Washington woman on suspicion of giving her roommate heroin and failing to summon medical personnel for help when the roommate overdosed. The Daily News reports 28-year-old Jessica N. Brown of Longview was arrested Sunday on suspicion of controlled substance homicide and felony delivery of heroin.

KapStone has big bucks riding on - biomass' bill in Longview

KapStone wants its wood waste boilers to earn cash. And the Longview mill's "biomass" facility could be a moneymaker if Gov. Jay Inslee approves a bill that has cleared the Legislature.

Letter: Coal is energy of the past

Thank you for keeping the coal export issue front and center . As pointed out, coal represents the past.

Industrial parks in Woodland's future

An aerial shot, looking south, of the Port of Woodland's future industrial park near Guild Road. The red-roofed building was the old rose growers' warehouse, which was torn down in March.

Report on coal-by-rail project finds - adverse affects' in majority of study areas

An environmental report on the proposed Millennium Bulk Terminals coal-by-rail project released last week has found "adverse impacts" in 19 of the 23 environmental study areas.

Review: Coal terminal would boost global climate-warming gas

A coal-export terminal proposed in Washington state would increase cancer risks for some residents, make rail accidents more likely and add millions of metric tons of climate-changing greenhouse gas globally every year, according to an environmental study released Friday. Millennium Bulk Terminals-Longview wants to build the facility along the Columbia River near the city of Longview to handle up to 44 million tons of coal a year.

West Coast dockworkers to vote on deal seeking labor peace

In this Sept. 7, 2011, file photo, union workers block a train headed to a port grain terminal in Longview, Wash.

Environmental report: a numerousa adverse impacts from Millennium coal project

An environmental report on the proposed Millennium Bulk Terminals coal-by-rail project released today has found "adverse impacts" to 19 of its 23 environmental study areas, and says the proposed coal terminal would "cause numerous impacts to the environment, local neighborhoods and transportation."

Noise, traffic, fishing access among impacts of coal project - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 PST

A new environmental study says a coal-export terminal proposed in southwest Washington would have major impacts on local communities, access to tribal fishing sites and rail safety. Millennium Bulk Terminals-Longview is proposing a terminal along the Columbia River near Longview to handle up to 44 million tons of coal a year.

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