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Energy | Environment | News | Business | localFeb. 8, 2016 8:15 p.m.
A company out of Texas called Waterside Energy has proposed what would be the West Coast’s first refinery in more than 25 years at the Port of Longview on the lower Columbia River. Waterside's plan calls for a facility capable of refining 30,000 barrels of oil and 15,000 barrels of biofuel each day. The proposed project would also include a propane and butane terminal handling 75,000 barrels per day.
Environment | News | History | HealthMay 14, 2015 4 p.m.
When Mount St. Helens erupted 35 years ago today, much of the mountain's exploded top ended up in streams and rivers that nearby towns relied on for water. Longview, Washington, has struggled with its water supply since.
A citizens group in Longview, Washington narrowed down possible solutions for water problems in the city Tuesday evening.
Workers at the KapStone Pulp and Paper Mill in Longview, Washington are holding the final scheduled bargaining session with the company Monday.
An energy company's CEO says it's looking at several locations in Oregon and Washington as potential sites for what could be the West Coast’s first crude oil refinery in more than 25 years.
Pop-up show brings a raft of new works closer to home.
Portland sisters Jean and Margie O'Neill were celebrating a family tradition when they walked across the Tilikum Crossing on opening day. They've attended every opening and reopening of Portland's bridges for the past 45 years, as a tribute to their father.
Astoria is the oldest U.S. settlement west of the Rocky Mountains, though it remains relatively isolated to this day. Find out how its history has been marked by boom times from exploitation of abundant natural resources such as salmon and timber.
These incredible musicians are adding a great deal of flavor to already spicy jazz community here in Portland. They have CDs coming out in the months ahead, on which they each lead a trio that gives them the chance to show off their chops at both performing and arranging.
Negotiations between the local longshore union and the Pacific Northwest Grain Handlers Association may not be resolved by Sunday when the current contract expires. According to The Oregonian, the consortium of grain exporters hopes to model the new contract on the one between longshoremen and grain terminal operators in Longview, Washington. That contract agreement came after a long fight that tied up grain exports during the busy harvest season this time last year.