Monday, September 01, 2014

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Clatsop County Clerk Maeve Grimes anticipates that she will formally contest the outcome of the County Commissioner District 5 race in the May 20 primary election as a result of a balloting error involving almost 500 county voters.

If a petition to contest the race is filed, the action will likely result in a new election between District 5 candidates Dale Barrett and Lianne Thompson.

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Clam diggers will have one last chance to dig razor clams this season during a final opening set to begin May 27.

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Three of six community forums have been scheduled for next week as phase two of the Seaside 2034 visioning project gets underway for the City of Seaside.

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According to the Clatsop County Clerk and Elections Office, a number of county voters received incorrect ballots for the May 20 primary election.The error involves the race for the District 5 seat on the county board of commissioners. A total of 344 voters living in District 5 received ballots without the District 5 race listed, while 147 voters living outside the district received ballots with the District 5 race, for a total of 491 incorrect ballots.

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A local business leader has been named grand marshal of Warrenton's Old Fashioned Fourth of July Parade. The theme for 2014 is "Small Town, Big Heart." Don Patterson, who owns three mini-marts in Astoria and Warrenton, is an active member of the community, volunteering and contributing to various civic, youth and sports activities.

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On Monday afternoon the Clatsop County Sheriff's Office sent units to the Spruce Run County Park for a water rescue. It was reported that a man was in the Nehalem River and was struggling to stay afloat and others on scene were attempting to rescue him.

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So far the Primary election is on track to be as lackluster for many voters as past non-presidential primaries have been.  Unless you happen to live in one of the three districts electing a county commissioner, there's little reason to turn in a ballot and that's especially true if you are a democrat.  The Clatsop County Clerks' office reports as of Tuesday morning 26.69% of all eligible voters had returned ballots.

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Deputies were dispatched to contact 87 year-old Wilma Hayne, of Svenson, at her son-in-law's residence Saturday. Wilma reported she left her residence in fear for her life. Wilma's son, 52 year-old Ole Marvin Hayne, moved into her residence against h er wishes. Wilma was able to flee the residence once Ole fell asleep. Ole used fear and intimidation to control Wilma's daily life whereas she wasn't free to act on her own.

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