Thursday Jul 17
Burglary suspect who allegedly stole rifles, shotguns from Longview-area home sought
The Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating a suspect believed to have stolen several firearms from a home near Longview on July 7. According to the sheriff's office and dispatch records, police responded to a home at 200 Wohl Rd., west of Longview, after the homeowner returned to find the front door of his house ... (more)
Guns stolen from Longview home, suspect loose
A burglar pried open the front door of a home near Longview and stole four .22 rifles, two shotguns, a laptop computer, TV, checkbook and debit card, according to investigators.
Washington pots shops facing dilemma: high demand, low supply
But by late evening, not a single gram had been sold. The 1 1/2-pound shipment finally rolled in about 9 p.m., and employees scrambled to get the product counted and ready to sell to the line of customers by 9:20 p.m. They sold almost a pound by midnight, and by Wednesday afternoon were nearly sold out completely, employees said.
Clark County sticks with status quo on mining
Residents of Livingston Mountain gave a standing ovation Tuesday to the Board of Clark County Commissioners.
Southwest Washington still waiting for its legal pot
The shelves and display cases at Freedom Market in Kelso, Washington were still bare of marijuana Tuesday.
Plans lodged for new high school in the Borders
A planning application has been submitted by the council for the new 21.8m Kelso High School providing details on the design of the school and associated facilities.