Do you know what to do when the "big one" hits?
The "Great Oregon Shakeout" on Thursday, Oct. 17 will test the readiness of individuals, schools, businesses and organizations for a major earthquake.
A new advisory board formed by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) to provide recommendations for developing a new commercial seine fishery on the lower Columbia River will hold its first meeting Oct. 17 in Vancouver, Wash.
A helicopter company that transports bar pilots at the mouth of the Columbia River wants a management role at the Astoria Regional Airport in Warrenton.
Pink has become the signature color for the campaign to raise money for breast cancer causes so much so that during the month of October you see it everywhere. Soon a famous Astoria icon will join in.
Members of Seaside Fire & Rescue and the Clatsop County High Angle Rescue Team have been honored for their combined efforts in the difficult and dangerous medical rescue of a man who fell attempting to climb Thompson Falls in July. The EMS Citation recognizes acts of organizations, units, or specially constituted teams in providing emergency pre-hospital care or EMS system support activites under extreme circustances.
For those who live in Warrenton, or south county's School District 10 the deadline to register as a new voter is coming up Tuesday. The November 8 Special Election is a small one on terms of issues to decide, but a big one in terms of the items up for consideration.
Astoria's big, dirty project continues next week. City engineer Cindy Moore updates what we can expect for the 11th St CSO Separation project next week. The good news is that the project remains on schedule for completion in November.
Remember when Sunday was a day of rest? Not this week. The last Sunday Market of the season is Sunday from 10am to 3pm in downtown Astoria, the city has just announced that a big asphalt crack sealing project impacting many streets in town gets underway on Sunday...and..The annual Great Columbia Crossing is this Sunday as well.
The special election ballot for November 8 only contains two measures. One affecting Warrenton taxpayers and Seaside School District residents in the other meaning only those voters will get a ballot.
The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners voted Wednesday to reject a land-use application for construction of a natural gas pipeline to serve a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal.
The City of Astoria has been approached by the sculpture artist, Stanley Marcus, regarding the possible donation of his work to the City of Astoria. Mr. Marcus is based in Massachusetts and at the age of 85, he is nearing the end of his sculpting career. During his visits to our community, the sculptor has developed a love for Astoria and wishes to donate approximately 15 of his indoor and 15 outdoor pieces.