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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
Washington public lands commissioner decries offshore drilling proposal

Washington Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz has joined other Pacific Northwest officials voicing concern about a Trump administration proposal to sell oil leases off the Washington coast. The Daily News in Longview reports in a letter sent Thursday to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and Bureau of Ocean Energy Management Acting Director Walter Cruickshank, Franz said offshore drilling in Washington could negatively impact the coastal environment as well as local fishing and shellfish industries.

SR 4 to alternate through a single lane west of Longview

People who travel on Ocean Beach Highway west of Longview should expect minor delays for the next several weeks. Beginning Monday, Feb. 12, the Washington State Department of Transportation will alternate both directions of the highway through a single lane between Bunker Hill Road and Germany Creek Road using a temporary traffic signal.

From felon to star student: Washington man reinvents himself

This undated photo shows Clinton Howard, the current president of the Associated Students of Lower Columbia College in Longview, Wash. Howard many breaks: He was born into drug addiction, dropped out of school by eighth grade, and went to prison twice on felony charges.

From felon to star student: Washington man reinvents himself

This undated photo shows Clinton Howard, the current president of the Associated Students of Lower Columbia College in Longview, Wash. Howard many breaks: He was born into drug addiction, dropped out of school by eighth grade, and went to prison twice on felony charges.

From felon to star student: Washington man reinvents himself

This undated photo shows Clinton Howard, the current president of the Associated Students of Lower Columbia College in Longview, Wash. Howard many breaks: He was born into drug addiction, dropped out of school by eighth grade, and went to prison twice on felony charges.

Oil dock rejection sends message to a big oila

No one should be surprised by Gov. Jay Inslee's decision this week to reject permits for Vancouver Energy's oil-transport dock along the Columbia River. That was a fair decision at this point.

Learn to raise Mason Bees

On February 10 at 9:00 a.m., Billie Bevers, Washington State University Master Gardener, will discuss the skills needed for raising Mason Bees. Cost for the course is $30 per person.

Inmates quilt for the homeless

On a chilly Saturday in Kelso, Jason Thieleman cradled his shivering chihuahua under the Cowlitz Way Bridge, waiting patiently with other homeless people. "She goes everywhere with me," said Thieleman, 43, smiling affectionately at 6-year-old Debobella as she nuzzled his chin.

Longview police officers cleared in fatal shooting - Sat, 27 Jan 2018 PST

Two western Washington state police officers have been cleared of any wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of a Longview man. The Daily News reported in a story Saturday that Cowlitz County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Jurvakainen cleared Longview police officers Tim Deisher and Levi Weatherl.

Washington state police officers cleared in fatal shooting

Two western Washington state police officers have been cleared of any wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of a Longview man. The Daily News reports in a story on Saturday that Cowlitz County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Jurvakainen cleared Longview police officers Tim Deisher and Levi Weatherl.

Women's March

Tens of thousands of people around the world marched over the weekend in the one-year anniversary of events supporting women's rights and other causes ranging from dissatisfaction with President Trump to support for the Black Lives Matter movement. Above, a speaker at Saturday's march in Longview, attended by a dozen Wahkiakum County residents, calls for people to register to vote.

Commissioner's support econimic district, increase bus routes

Five years in the making, the district would develop a regional economic development strategy and find funding to help implement the strategies. Although he voted to support formation of the district, board Chair Mike Backman said he wanted to extend an invitation to Pacific County to join the district.

Rosie The Riveter Gets A 2018 Spin

The woman who is said to be the real-life inspiration for Rosie the Riveter has passed away, and people are paying tribute by putting a modern spin on the archetypal World War II factory worker. Naomi Parker Fraley, photographed in 1942 working at a naval shipyard at age 20, passed away last weekend at 96 in Longview, WA.

Rosie the Riveter Dies

Parker Fraley, who died on Saturday aged 96, in Longview, Washington, was the inspiration for Rosie the Riveter, a poster that became an enduring symbol of American feminism and one of the country's most iconic images. The poster, by the Pittsburgh artist J Howard Miller, depicted a wartime woman worker in a blue shirt and a red polka-dot bandanna, flexing her bicep, with the caption "We Can Do It!".

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