• Families in isolation booth lawsuit file appeal January 17, 2018
    Attorneys representing five students who lost a $17.6 million isolation booth lawsuit against the Longview School District earlier this month filed an appeal Wednesday, arguing that key evidence and relevant testimony was excluded from the three-week jury trial.
    Zack Hale zack.hale@tdn.com
  • Suspect in Old West Side shooting arrested by Longview police January 17, 2018
    Longview police have arrested a man suspected in the Dec. 26 non-fatal shooting in Longview’s Old West Side neighborhood.
    Alex Bruell alex.bruell@tdn.com
  • Lewis County to hire county manager January 17, 2018
    Lewis County commissioners have decided to hire a county manager.
    The Daily News
  • Longview wins Advanced Placement award January 17, 2018
    The Longview School District was one of eight districts in the state to win a College Board award this year for growth in Advanced Placement course participation.
    The Daily News
  • Rainier public works manager resigns January 17, 2018
    Rainier Public Works Supervisor Dan Foultner, who operated the city’s sewer treatment plant during a period when it repeatedly ran afoul of state environmental laws, has resigned following a personnel investigation, Mayor Jerry Cole stated Tuesday evening.
    Jackson Hogan jackson.hogan@tdn.com
  • Longview woman receives ring missing for 22 years January 17, 2018
    Over the weekend, Myrna Clark finally got reunited with her late husband’s Kelso High School class ring. It had been missing for 22 years.
    Alex Bruell alex.bruell@tdn.com
  • Kelso council OKs new 911 plan January 17, 2018
    The Kelso City Council Tuesday unanimously endorsed a plan to create an independent 911 call center.
    Rose Lundy rose.lundy@tdn.com
  • Running Start enrollment explodes January 17, 2018
    Statewide Running Start enrollment has steadily increased since the program was first introduced more than two decades ago, but its popularity among local high school students has exploded recently.
    Zack Hale zack.hale@tdn.com
  • Toledo schools attempt another bond January 17, 2018
    The Toledo School District has shaved $700,000 off last year’s failed bond proposal in the hopes of finally getting voters to pass the measure, which would finance upgrades to the high school, middle school and elementary school.
    The Daily News
  • Rep. Herrera Beutler plans telephone town hall January 17, 2018
    Southwest Washington Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler will host a live telephone town hall at 6:30 p.m. Monday.
    The Daily News