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Annual triathlon raises funds, awareness for Peninsula homeless outreach programs
Racing for an answer: Annual triathlon raises funds, awareness for Peninsula homeless outreach programs
Annual triathlon raises funds, awareness for Peninsula homeless outreach programs

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Plenty of pleasant weather in coming days

The main weather headline in the coming days will be much warmer and summer-like conditions, as a large ridge of high pressure becomes the dominant atmospheric circulation feature over the Northwest. Given the expected ridge placement near the coast,...

Former legislator appears to live outside school board district he serves
Former legislator appears to live outside school board district he serves

LONGVIEW — Former state Rep. JD Rossetti may be sidestepping the rules to keep his place on the Longview School Board.

The 35-year-old has refused to step down five times since he was accused last fall of abusing his wife and stepson.

NYC principal works to help at-risk youth prosper
NYC principal works to help at-risk youth prosper
NYC principal works to help at-risk youth prosper
Attorney: Wrong man is in prison for wounding law officer
Attorney: Wrong man is in prison for wounding law officer
A man convicted of shooting a Washington state trooper in 2010 is seeking a new trial, saying another man confessed and that the trooper deliberately misidentified him
Chef puts lid on delicious career
Chef puts lid on delicious career
Saturday, May 27, will mark the final day of operation for the Nanci & Jimella’s Café & Cocktails in Ocean Park concluding a culinary career that spanned more than 45 years, one that was as deeply personal and it was widely profound.
Ilwaco spins differing visions for forest
Ilwaco spins differing visions for forest

ILWACO — City leaders are moving forward with plans for a disc golf course north of Black Lake. But concerns about clearing roughly 50-foot-wide fairways in the forest could stymie progress.

Ilwaco’s volunteer Parks and Recreation...

Students raise funds for Shriners Hospital for Children; 
More than $4,000 donated to scoliosis treatment and tools
Students raise funds for Shriners Hospital for Children; More than $4,000 donated to scoliosis treatment and tools
More than $4000 donated to scoliosis treatment and tools
Getting our shots: County doing better than most
Vaccination rates are slowly improving in Washington, and Pacific County is doing well. However, with mumps making a rebound, health experts are urging Washington residents to do more to prevent the spread of disease.
Chinook School comes back to life
Chinook School comes back to life

BNSF appeals coal terminal review
Officials with BNSF Railway say an environmental study miscalculated or overstated the risk of cancer for some people who live near a coal-export terminal proposed in Washington state
Former legislator appears to live outside school board district he serves
Former legislator appears to live outside school board district he serves

LONGVIEW — Former state Rep. JD Rossetti may be sidestepping the rules to keep his place on the Longview School Board.

The 35-year-old has refused to step down five times since he was accused last fall of abusing his wife and stepson.

Red, white and blue loyalty
Red, white and blue loyalty
Holiday celebrates small-town values, symbols
Feds answer immigration questions in Ilwaco
Non-citizens warned about scams, possibility of family separations
To the rescue: Rescue team practices saving ocean victims
To the rescue: Rescue team practices saving ocean victims

SEAVIEW — A callout came over Washington’s Pacific County Dispatch just after 6 p.m. Monday. Five people had been spotted in the water south of the Seaview approach.

“This will be a drill,” the dispatcher...

General returns as Loyalty Day guest of honor
General returns as Loyalty Day guest of honor
Staudenraus credits Peninsula boyhood for ife success
Q Center seeks new directors

ASTORIA — The Lower Columbia Q Center is offering the public an opportunity to serve on the group’s board of directors.

The fledgling grassroots nonprofit, located in Astoria, provides support, education and community building for...

Alcohol compliance checks starting up in LB
Alcohol Compliance Checks
Amazing lightning storm strikes county, region
Amazing lightning storm strikes county, region

Chinook dedicating restored public school complex

CHINOOK — The town of Chinook will celebrate successful renovation of its historic 1924 public school this Saturday. A ribbon cutting is set for 1 p.m., with refreshments available until 4 p.m. at the facility at 810 U.S. Highway...

Whale calf died after getting tangled in crab lines
Whale calf died after getting tangled in crab lines

CAPE DISAPPOINTMENT — An entangled gray whale calf died after being caught in crab pot lines, Olympia-based science group Cascadia Research Collective reported following a May 4 examination.

The whale, a 20’ 7” male born...

Air Force A10s fly over Loyalty Day parade
Air Force A10s fly over Loyalty Day parade

LONG BEACH — U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolts flew over the Loyalty Day Parade in Long Beach this Sunday, courtesy of Brig. Gen. Randolph J. Staudenraus, an Ilwaco High School graduate.

Kids and sun for Loyalty Day
Kids and sun for Loyalty Day
It was a glorious Saturday for the Children’s Parade in Ilwaco
WSU forecaster: Better weather next few days before another low arrives

In the aftermath of the recent volatile conditions, the weather should begin to stabilize this weekend and especially early next week.

Although the pattern will remain changeable, the active regime and rapid temperature swings of the past few...

Hurting, killing animals focus of alleged poaching ring
Hurting, killing animals focus of alleged poaching ring
Local game wardens recently helped to bust a major poaching ring that is suspected of cruelly killing wild animals in SW Washington.
Herrera votes against Trumpcare

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-WA 3rd, joined with U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert, R-WA 8th, as two of the 20 GOP members of Congress to oppose the current Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act with the American...

Razor clam digging ends for the 2016-17 season

OLYMPIA — Three of Washington’s ocean beaches, including the Long Beach Peninsula, will remain closed to razor clam digging for the rest of the season while a potential dig at Mocrocks depends on additional toxin tests.

Test...

Bette’s last sale: Snyder estate attracts throng of shoppers
Bette’s last sale: Snyder estate attracts throng of shoppers

LONG BEACH — People crowded into the prominent couple’s oceanfront home, picking through closets and cupboards still brimming with the belongings of the late statesman and his wife.

Bargain hunters rubbed elbows with serious art...

Clam-palooza
Clam-palooza
Diggers celebrate higher limits, yummy chowder, good weather
Record 8.5 feet of rain this winter

LONG BEACH — If this winter on Washington’s outer coast felt like living in the deep end of a swimming pool, it was for good reason: Eight and a half feet of rain were recorded September through April at the Washington State University...

DOE Study: Coal plans threaten Columbia
A controversial coal terminal could bring much-needed jobs to SW Washington. However, a new study says it would also bring an increased risk of cancer, collisions abd pollution.

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