• Norpac blasts bill to pause tariffs on Canadian newsprint May 20, 2018
    Ten U.S. senators have backed a bill that would pause border taxes on Canadian newsprint imports enacted earlier this year at the request of the Norpac paper mill in Longview.
    Zack Hale zack.hale@tdn.com
  • Numbers define life for Sileena Stevens May 20, 2018
    Editor’s note: The Daily News annual “standout grad” series features exceptional students from local high schools. Today we revisit five standouts from the class of 2013. Features about standouts from the class of 2018 will appear in the paper daily…
    Jaime Archer jaime.archer@tdn.com
  • Wahkiakum Democrats to host bipartisan forum for 3rd Congressional District candidates May 20, 2018
    Wahkiakum voters will have an opportunity this Wednesday to meet and talk to candidates for Washington’s 3rd congressional district in a bipartisan forum hosted by the Wahkiakum County Democratic party.
  • Sheriff's office hosts candlelight vigil and walk for National Police Week May 20, 2018
    A crowd of about 40 met at Lake Sacajawea late Saturday morning for the Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office’s third annual Blue Line Walk. Friends and family of local agencies took a leisurely walk around the lake, many clad with symbolic…
    Alex Bruell alex.bruell@tdn.com
  • Kelso's turf vendor faces giant lawsuit May 20, 2018
    This summer, a Florida company will lay down a $375,000 synthetic turf playing surface at Schroeder Field. Kelso School District Finance Officer Scott Westlund says “we feel confident that the field will hold up and has proven itself a reliable…
    Jaime Archer jaime.archer@tdn.com
  • Kelso School Board to review restraint, isolation policy May 20, 2018
    The Kelso School Board Monday night will review a series of policies, including one on use of restraint, isolation and reasonable force to control and discipline students.
    Jaime Archer jaime.archer@tdn.com
  • Longview School District to honor retirees Thursday May 20, 2018
    The Longview School District on Thursday will host a reception celebrating and honoring employees retiring this year, including Communications and Technology Director Sandy Catt, Special Programs Director Mary Carr-Wilt, Mark Morris Principal Phil Suek and many more.
  • 2013 standout: Recovered herself, Kyann Swope helps others with addiction May 20, 2018
    Much has changed for Kyann Swope since her first year at Kelso High School.
    Alex Bruell alex.bruell@tdn.com
  • Winlock alumna has "come a long way" May 20, 2018
    Winlock High School alumna Shyanne Martin had her first kidney failure at 4 years old and a kidney transplant at 10. Now she spends her days making sure hospital patients in Spokane get where they need to be.
    Rose Lundy rose.lundy@tdn.com
  • Longview resident and World War II veteran turns 100 May 20, 2018
    On Saturday, long-time Longview resident and World War II veteran Bill Russell celebrated a rare milestone among friends and family at the Monticello hotel: his 100th birthday.
    Alex Bruell alex.bruell@tdn.com