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FIRST CCY DANCE (COWLITZ COUNTY YOUTH) OCTOBER 6TH 2017 - Volunteers Needed

FIRST CCY DANCE (COWLITZ COUNTY YOUTH) OCTOBER 6TH 2017

COUNTY-WIDE INVITATION – All Schools In Cowlitz County

Proceeds to benefit Santa's Fire Department, a local non-profit

FOR IMMEDIATE UPDATED RELEASE

Longview, Washington (October 6, 2017) All students in 7th to 12th grade from Longview, Kelso,

Castle Rock, Toutle, Kalama and Woodland middle/junior high and high schools are invited to come

Longview City Info Weekly

Learn about Android for phones or tablets

The Longview Public Library is offering an Introduction to Android class with instructor Aaron Dobbins October 11 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Auditorium. You will be able to see many of the features of Android on a tablet or phone and get some hands-on practice with tablets provided by the library for class. You will learn how to make the most of your operating system and use your tablet or phone to its fullest.

The coal-terminal debate: A view from Japan

The Longview Millennium project brings substantial benefits to Longview and the state of Washington — and it also offers Japan a sound solution to its pressing energy-security challenges.

By Shozo Kaneko | September 20, 2017

It has been more than six years since Japan suffered the devastating earthquake and tsunami that triggered a meltdown at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant. The world is well-aware of the massive destruction caused by this unprecedented natural disaster. Perhaps less well-known is that the disaster also radically changed Japan’s energy options.

County Statement on Shoreline Hearing Board Decision for Kalama Methanol Manufacturing and Export Facility

The Board of Commissioners recognizes the importance of both economic development and protecting our environment. Cowlitz County needs the jobs generated by quality, environmentally responsible projects such as the Kalama Methanol Manufacturing and Export Facility at the Port of Kalama. Our staff worked closely with the Port of Kalama and Northwest Innovations Works, to complete a thorough and rigorous analysis of the environmental impacts of the proposed project. A project of this size requires the work and coordination of experts from many different disciplines.

Evil Dead the Musical Free Tickets Contest
Hope Project September Newsletter - Let's Talk About ... Sexting

LET’S TALK ABOUT…SEXTING

This Week at the Lodge ...

This Week at the lodge:

 

Tuesday

Bingo @ 6:00 with Jenny

Progressive Bingo is at $346 with 9 numbers.

Queen of Hearts is up to $9,129.00 with only 5 cards left.

Kitchen will be open @ 5:00, serving Soup & Salad, or Soup & Sandwiches.

Thanks to everyone for not parking in Twin City’s Lot until 5:00, and for not blocking the alley doors. 

 

Wednesday

Longview Senior Center Benefit Dance

Music by Alvin Jones & Crystal Pool Revival

Doors open @ 6:00, and music starts @ 7:00.

Longview City Info Weekly

Fall Recreation open for Registration

Registration is now open for Fall Recreation programs including classes, sports leagues, and before/after school programs!

Join us for Health, Recreation, and Educational Activities for all ages!  Call 360-442-5400 or visit mylongview.com/recreation to register for these classes starting this week!

Kelso School Board Candidate Forum Tonight
COWLITZ COUNTY JAIL FIRST IN STATE TO UTILIZE BODY SCANNER TO DETECT CONTRABAND

COWLITZ COUNTY JAIL FIRST IN STATE TO UTILIZE BODY SCANNER TO DETECT CONTRABAND

The Cowlitz County Jail is the first correctional facility in the State of Washington

to purchase and operate a body scanning device that detects concealed objects internally

or externally on the body.

 

The main objective of this equipment is to prevent the introduction of contraband,

such as drugs, weapons, cell phones, and smoking devices in the facility. The

introduction of contraband is something all jails face, and one that we are addressing in

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