Nichols Blvd Pavement Rehabilitation Project - Washington Way to Louisiana Street
Free Community Talk at the Longview Public Library Civic Engagement Corner
Longview Public Library, Cowlitz County Historical Museum, and Humanities Washington invite the community to an engaging conversation with WSU professor Steven Stehr, a member of the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau. Alternative facts, fake news, post-truth—these phrases have flooded the American conversation over the past several years. But how bad is it really, and what can we, as a society and as individuals, do to be better informed?
Do you enjoy helping children and youth? Believe in the power of reading? Have time to dedicate to your community this summer? Become a Summer Reading volunteer!
Longview Police Investigating Human Remains Found in a Field
Kelso Police Chief Andrew Hamilton Announces Retirement
This week at the lodge…
Bingo @ 6:00
ProgressiveBingo is $644 with 11 numbers.
Queen of Hearts is $190 with 50 cards.
Kitchen open @ 5:00, serving the regular menu.
LOOM Meeting 6:00
Bingo @ 6:00
Prime Rib Dinner 5:30 – 7:00
May 12 - Mother’s Day Brunch
May 18 – DeRosier Family Benefit Dinner
Free Phone Help at Longview Public Library
Phone experts from Cricket Wireless will be at the Longview Public Library to teach a class on the basics of using
Android and Apple phones on May 2, from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the library auditorium. They will cover operating
and navigating your device, common setting functions, making calls, organizing contacts, setting up and checking your
voicemail, as well as texting, e-mailing, and using social media from your phone. This class is free, open to the public,
and you do not need to register.
Kelso City Manager Announces Departure in June 2019
Kelso City Manager Steve Taylor is leaving the City’s top executive post on June 30, 2019 to begin
working at the Cowlitz Public Utility District (Cowlitz PUD) as the Director of Regulatory and Regional