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To purchase call the box office at 360.575.8499, 11:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
On 11/3/14, United States Marshalls arrested Anthony James Martini DOB 3/19/73 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for the September 17, 2014 robbery of the Fibre Federal Credit Union branch in the Triangle Center. Martini had been identified by Longview detectives as the suspect in the robbery. Martini is the prime suspect in at least nine other bank robberies in four different states since the Fibre Federal Credit Union robbery. Martini is being housed in an Oklahoma jail awaiting extradition back to Washington State. The Longview Police Department would like to thank members of the Northw
2014 Downtown Longview Christmas Parade
You are cordially invited to participate in the 2014 Christmas Parade in Downtown Longview. The parade will be held Saturday, December 6 at 5 pm. The theme is “Home For The Holidays”. This is the 34th year we’ve had a twilight parade.
There is no charge to enter the Christmas parade, but the Longview Downtowners would appreciate any contribution to help expand the decorations from downtown Longview to the Civic Center.
Carlos Carreon, Health and Human Services Director, was recognized by the Board of Cowlitz County Commissioners today at its regular meeting. Mr. Carreon received the Public Health Leadership Award last month at the Washington State Public Health Association (WSPHA) meeting. The WSPHA annual award recognizes the outstanding leadership in areas such as public health advocacy, research, education, leadership and/or equity and social justice.
Additional capacity will position Port for growth
Longview, WA - The Port of Longview is launching a $10 million Industrial Rail Corridor expansion project that will increase cargo-movement efficiency for existing and future customers.
"This rail project strategically positions us for growth in the big picture," said Geir-Eilif Kalhagen, the Port’s Chief Executive Officer. "It will make a huge difference to our customers who rely on rail service."
Kelso-Longview Chamber of Commerce advise their membership to VOTE NO ON INITIATIVE I-1351 – The Chamber has long supported our schools and school teachers. However, this initiative in the guise of “reducing class size,” requires four billion dollars of extra spending in the next biennium. This initiative provides no funding mechanism for this additional spending on top of any funding to meet the McCleary requirements, so it could lead to tax increases and major cuts to vital services funded by state government.
Washington Way Bridge Construction to Start
The City of Longview contracted with Carter and Company, Inc. from Salem, Oregon, to construct the new Washington Way Bridge. The work includes demolition of the existing bridge, installation of piles for the bridge foundation, and construction of the new concrete bridge, including sidewalks, street lighting and landscaping.