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Longview is located in southwestern Washington at the convergence of the Cowlitz and Columbia rivers. It is home to both Lake Sacajawea and Mount Coffin, a native ancestral burial ground for the local indigenous people. It was mostly farmland and wilderness until 1918 when Robert A. Long moved his Long-Bell Lumber Company to the area. The town was incorporated in 1934. Notable residents have included the inventor of the Aerocar Moulton Taylor and author of When Corporations Rule the World David Korten.

Population: 34660
Local Newspapers: Daily News Columbia River Reader Valley Bugler
Local Sports Teams: Cowlitz Black Bears
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Zip Codes associated with longview, washington: 98626 98632
Towns/Cities near longview, washington : Castle Rock Kelso Hillside Acres Kalama

Longview News
Newsprint costs to rise as U.S. imposes tariffs on Canadian paper makers

Newsprint costs that were already escalating are likely to increase more with tariffs imposed on Canadian paper imports starting this week. As if the U.S. newspaper business didn't have enough trouble coping with decades of lost readers and advertising dollars, an escalating trade dispute with Canada is making every edition cost a lot more to publish starting this week.

U.S. Newspaper, Book Printers Buying Canadian Uncoated Groundwood Are Up in Arms

A preliminary determination on Jan. 9 by the U.S. Department of Commerce to impose countervailing duties ranging from 4.43% to 9.93% has U.S. newspaper, book and commercial printers that buy imported Canadian uncoated groundwood paper seeing red. That's because it will deliver a severe blow to their bottom lines due to what amounts to an average countervailing duty of 6.53%.

Letter: We need traffic relief

The Interstate 5 Bridge was built for I-5 traffic many years ago. Now we can't take these two bridges and make them big enough for today's traffic by widening them, can we? What we can do for today and tomorrow is to build a new bridge or two to accommodate our future traffic needs.

Open mic at Skamokawa Grange Saturday, 3 p.m.

This past week has been one of a little sun, a little rain and a bit of fog, with warmer temperatures. By the time you read this, we may even see a couple of dry days, but I'm not holding my breath! However, if it shows up, I hope you'll be able to get out and enjoy it while we have it.

Popular stories | Long-lost ring

A Kelso woman will be getting her husband's high school class ring back 22 years after it was lost, The Daily News in Longview reported. For as little as 27 cents a day, you can have complete access to all the local news, photos and video content from North Central Washington's primary news source.

Trump's trade chief lashes out after Canada broadens WTO fight

Canada is escalating its trade fight with President Donald Trump, mounting what the U.S. calls a "broad and ill-advised attack" just as NAFTA talks are set to resume. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government launched a wide-ranging World Trade Organization dispute with the U.S. over how it applies countervailing and anti-dumping duties.

U.S. hits Canadian newsprint producers with initial duties of up to 9.93%

The U.S. Department of Commerce has decided to impose initial duties of up to 9.93 per cent against Canadian newsprint sold south of the border. The Commerce Department made its ruling late Tuesday on countervailing duties, saying Canadian producers of uncoated groundwood paper such as newsprint are receiving subsidies.

U.S. senators join chorus opposing proposed duties on Canadian newsprint

Eight American senators have joined a campaign by politicians and publishers to tout the virtues of U.S. community newspapers as the Department of Commerce prepares to announce its decision Tuesday on whether to impose countervailing duties against Canadian newsprint. The senators warn that U.S. newspapers, especially those in towns and small cities, would be hurt by duties if the department decides to punish Canadian producers of newsprint and other types of uncoated groundwood paper.

Coal Exporters File Federal Lawsuit Against Governor Inslee

Lighthouse Resources Inc., a company trying to build one of the country's largest coal export facilities in Longview, Washington, this week filed a federal lawsuit against Governor Jay Inslee, Department of Ecology director Maia Bellon, and Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Hilary Franz. Utah-based Lighthouse is the parent company of Millennium Bulk Terminals, which, last fall was denied a water quality permit by the Washington Department of Ecology for the coal export project.

Slide closes SR 4 approximately 22 hours

Above: Rocks, mud and a tree slid onto SR 4 at Milepost 50 near Stella Friday afternoon and closed the highway for nearly 22 hours. Washington Department of Transportation photo.

Coal company sues Washington state over coal-export terminal - Wed, 03 Jan 2018 PST

Utah-based Lighthouse Resources sued in federal court in Tacoma on Wednesday, alleging that state officials violated federal laws in delaying and denying permits for its Millennium Bulk Terminals-Longview project. The project would move coal mined in U.S. Western states through a terminal in Longview, Washington, for export to South Korea, Japan and other Asian markets.

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Utah-based Lighthouse Resources sued in federal court in Tacoma Wednesday, alleging that state officials violated federal laws in delaying and denying permits for its Millennium Bulk Terminals-Longview project. The project would move coal mined in U.S. Western states through a terminal in Longview, Washington, for export to South Korea, Japan and other Asian markets.

WSU Leadership Academy program announced

Do you aspire to a higher leadership potential, but recognize areas where your skills could be sharpened? WSU Leadership Academy is a community leadership program designed to help you engage and inspire others. Topics include influencing public policy, media relations, economic development, fundraising, meeting facilitation, conflict management, and team building.

It's a Wonderful Life: Imagine a World Where Newspapers Never Existed

You've been given a great gift, George: A chance to see what the world would be like without you. One of my favorite holiday movies has to be It's a Wonderful Life .

Massage therapist opens studio in Cathlamet

Liz Workman, who was trained at the Ashland Institute of Massage, recently opened her own studio, Cascadia Massage, on Main Street, Cathlamet. Workman grew up on Germany Creek and attended school in Longview.

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