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This Week at the Lodge ...

This week at the lodge..

 

Monday

Open 3: - Close

Cornhole @ 6:00

Kitchen is open serving tacos @ 6:00

 

Tuesday

Open 3 - Close

Bingo @ 6:00

Progressive Bingo is $474 with 9 numbers.

Queen of Hearts is $1,172 with 26 cards.

Kitchen open @ 5:00, serving the regular menu.

 

Wednesday

Open 3 – Close

LOOM regular meeting @ 6:00

 

Thursday

Open 3 – Close

Bingo @ 6:00

The Time is Right!
Determination of severe weather event concluded

Determination of severe weather event concluded

City Manager Kurt Sacha has determined that the severe weather event designated on October 27 has concluded. The weather forecast now indicates that low overnight temperatures in Longview are expected to be consistently above freezing (32 degrees) for the next several days.

Rotary Club of Longview "People of Action" Newsletter

Rotary Club of Longview "People of Action" Newsletter - October 30

Longview City Info Weekly

October 24 City Council meeting in brief

Longview Police investigating homicide of 73-year old male

Longview Police investigating homicide of 73-year old male

On Sunday, October 27, 2019 at about 8:20 p.m., Longview officers were dispatched to the 2200 block of Birch Street, Longview, Washington. The caller reported that she found her 73-year-old landlord dead. Longview Police Criminal Investigations Unit detectives were called in to investigate the death.

Upper Spirit Lake Memorial Highway closes for the winter on Oct. 31

Upper Spirit Lake Memorial Highway closes for the winter on Oct. 31

TOUTLE – Time is quickly running out to catch one last up-close, panoramic view of Mount St. Helens from along the higher elevations of State Route 504 – the road will soon close for the winter.

On Thursday, Oct. 31, at 5 a.m., Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will close the upper reaches of the road, also known as Spirit Lake Memorial Highway, at milepost 45.0, near Coldwater Lake.

Go-Bags for Children - Can We Present About This Program to Your Organization?

Dear Kelso-Longview Chamber Member,

Did you know that 58% of the students in Kelso and Longview Schools are on free or reduced lunch? Did you know that we have over 200+ homeless youth in our community who are struggling to go to school each day? Some are sleeping on couches, in cars, or under bridges. These students (under 18 years of age) can get breakfast and lunch at school but they have no food for weekends. We must help our children—they are our future!

Severe Weather Event

Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
For information contact: Andrew Hamilton
City of Kelso City manager
(360) 423.1371
andrewh@kelso.gov

Severe Weather Event

Determination of Severe Weather Event - Longview

Determination of Severe Weather Event - Longview

 

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