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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
Oregon State Baseball: Beavs Announce 11 Additions for 2019

The Oregon State Baseball program announced on Monday that 11 new student-athletes will come to OSU for the 2018-19 school year and the 2019 baseball season. "I'm excited to have this class become a part of Beaver Nation," Casey said.

Arbitrary and capricious: Rule of law binds agencies

After five years and thousands of hours of public testimony, it took a Cowlitz County judge just five seconds to say what many of us have long suspected: some state regulators are out of control, and important parts of the state regulatory process are now tools of activist groups. Cowlitz County Superior Court Judge Stephen Warning made his comments in response to a dispute over access to the Columbia River for the Millennium Bulk Terminals project.

In Our View: Leta s Lead on Clean Energy

As local residents this week celebrated the expected demise of an oil terminal proposal for the Port of Vancouver, a significant monkey wrench was tossed into the works of a proposed coal terminal in Longview. The messages are clear: Vast fossil-fuel operations do not meet our state's environmental standards and are not desired by residents.

Economic development district is proposed

The Cowlitz/Wahkiakum Council of Governments will be holding meetings in each city and town within Cowlitz and Wahkiakum counties to discuss the formation of a new, two-county economic development district. Economic Development Districts created through federal law are required to establish a strategic blueprint for regional collaboration.

Master Gardener training offered

Washington State University Extension in Cowlitz County is offering Master Gardener Volunteer training starting in January in Longview. Participants receive over 90 hours of training covering in-depth community gardening topics from edible and ornamental plants to composting and environmental issues, from plant health care to problem identification and management.

Two Millennium coal project shoreline permits denied

In a huge blow to the proposed Longview coal dock, a Cowlitz County hearing examiner has denied two major shoreline permits that Millennium Bulk Terminals needs for its $680 million project. Hearing Examiner Mark Scheibmeir rejected the permits Tuesday in spite of recommendations from Cowlitz County staff that he approve the permits under several conditions.

Twin City Bank Selects IBT as Their New Core Processing Provider

City Bank of Longview, WA has selected IBT as their new partner and will deploy their core platform in November of 2017. Through Twin City's almost 4-year process of researching and comparing multiple vendors and products, the bank finalized their decision on IBT as the industry best due to their knowledgeable service, cost-effective products, and scalability of technology designed for the marketplace.

Public weighs $1B ammonia plant in Longview

The public relations battle is underway as Pacific Coast Fertilizer beats back against what it calls "misinformation" from opponents to its proposed $1 billion ammonia plant at Longview's Mint Farm Industrial Park. After pitching the project a year ago, Pacific Coast officials have been quietly building the foundation for their project in the community for the last year before launching a formal environmental review with the city last month.

Marijuana store opens near Cathlamet

Freedom Market, which sells recreational and medical marijuana, opened in Cathlamet on October 1. A very knowledgeable Rachel Bratton, store manager, stands in front of a wall of their products. The Freedom Market, a recreational and medicinal marijuana dispensary, opened its doors in Cathlamet on October 1. The shop already has locations in Longview, Kelso, and Ilwaco, and owners jumped at the opportunity when a license in Wahkiakum County became available.

Woman rides train without ticket, then refuses to leave depot

A 32-year-old woman was arrested Sunday morning on suspicion of first-degree criminal trespass and third-degree theft after she road Amtrak from Kelso/Longview to Centralia, then refused to leave the station, according to Centralia police. It's not that unusual because smaller Amtrak stations are not always staffed, which means if a passenger hasn't purchased a ticket prior to departure, they have to pay for the ticket on the train, Sgt.

Cowlitz County says coal permit should be approved, with conditions

Legacy contamination from the former Reynolds aluminum plant is being cleaned up now just off the dike at Millennium Bulk Terminals Longview site on the Columbia River. Work started late last month dredging up a two-foot-thick layer of normal, silted river bottom and the two-foot-thick layer of contaminated soils which the silt covered.

Coroner rules train collision deaths accidental

Authorities have ruled the deaths of two people in the collision of an Amtrak train and car in southwest Washington as accidental. The Daily News in Longview reports Cowlitz County Coroner Tim Davison said a video Amtrak released Wednesday shows the driver of the car failed to stop at a train crossing at a private intersection.

Identities released in Friday Amtrak train accident

Gildardo Cruz Vera Strickler, 29, and Sonya Sussanna Wallace, 32, were killed Friday when a northbound Amtrak passenger train struck their vehicle. The collision occurred on a private road in the Horseshoe Bend area north of Kelso, as reported by The Daily News on Friday.

Northwest agencies weigh in on opioid epidemic

Every Monday, Dr. Luke Rosen with PeaceHealth St. John's clinic in Longview opens his phone line for new patients. Cowlitz County is rural and has one of the highest overdose death rates in Washington state.

Longview historic hotel's restaurant remodel nearing completion

Kitchen manager Tehri Ashe, left, project manager Craig Dieffenbach and general manager Sharon Walker, right, are all pleased with the progress in remaking the restaurant at the Monticello Hotel in Longview. Bill Wagner/The Daily News The Monticello Hotel, 1405 17th Ave., Longview, will host a Halloween party from 7 p.m. to midnight tonight.

Judge sides with developers of Washington coal terminal

This May 12, 2005, file photo, shows the port of Longview on the Columbia River at Longview, Wash.

State reject lease plans related to coal-export terminal

A state agency has rejected a request to use state-owned aquatic lands for a major coal-export terminal along the Columbia River. The Department of Natural Resources on Wednesday nixed a proposal by Northwest Alloys, which holds a lease with the state, to make construction changes related to the Millennium Bulk Terminal-Longview project in Longview.

Coal-export terminal backer sues state over permit denial - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 PST

A company proposing to build a terminal in Washington state to export U.S. coal to Asia sued the state Tuesday, arguing regulators unfairly denied the project a key permit. Millennium Bulk Terminals-Longview's lawsuit claims the state Department of Ecology violated federal and state laws when it denied the project a water quality certification last month.

Oregonian wins 2017 Natt Award for 'Toxic Armories' series

The Oregonian/OregonLive is the winner of the 2017 Ted Natt First Amendment Award for its commitment to fighting for access to public records and the principles of open government. The award to reporter Rob Davis for his series "Toxic Armories " was presented Thursday at the annual meeting of the Pacific Northwest Newspaper Association.

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