Retail gas prices in Oregon are edging down, while the national average remains the same as it was last week. The Oregon average for regular unleaded drops a nickel this week to $3.33 a gallon, while the national average remains at $3.30.
The Oregon Department of Agriculture and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife are reopening a portion of the Oregon Coast to recreational and commercial mussel harvesting
Seaside Police Department reminds everyone Martin Luther King holiday is Monday January 21st. That means many people with have a three day weekend which means more visitors and more traffic. With this extra Holiday traffic on our road for this weekend, Seaside Police is asking for your help to keep the roads as safe as possible.
Lincoln City Police Detectives arrested a retired Taft Elementary 6th grade teacher from Lincoln City Monday January 14th on warrants obtained by the Oregon Department of Justice stemming from a child pornography investigation.
State fishery managers have approved a second razor clam dig in January, this one running from Friday, Jan. 25, through Sunday, Jan. 27, on evening tides at various ocean beaches.
President Barack Obama says Congress' failure to raise the government's borrowing authority would delay payments of benefits to veterans and Social Security recipients. He again warned that he will not negotiate on raising the debt ceiling, aiming to pin the burden of an unprecedented default on congressional Republicans.
The brig Lady Washington, the Official Ship of the State of Washington, and the topsail ketch Hawaiian Chieftain have scheduled a seven-week tour of the Columbia River that will include 11 ports in Washington and Oregon. The ships are marking the 225th anniversary of the first landfall by a U.S.-flagged vessel on the shores of what would later become Oregon. The ships last conducted a similar tour in 2009.
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) will host an informational meeting at the Pine Grove Community House in Manzanita, Oregon on January 24, 2013, from 6-8 p.m. to answer questions about proposed recreation changes on the Nehalem Spit coming in 2013. The changes -- keeping dogs on leashes on the southern portion of the spit during part of the year -- are driven by Oregon's commitment to provide habitat for western snowy plovers, a shorebird.
The Clatsop County Public Health Department is working with local health providers and others to ensure access to flu vaccine for the community. This flu season, the incidence of influenza is at above-average numbers in Oregon and many other states, and as a result of early-immunization drives and other factors, some areas are experiencing a shortage of vaccine.
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission today unanimously adopted a policy that establishes a new management framework for salmon fisheries on the lower Columbia River. The commission, a nine-member citizen panel that sets policy for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), took action after completing a series of public meetings that began in October 2012. In all, the commission received about 1,000 public comments on the broad-based proposal.
The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency (PCEMA) will be offering a free tsunami public education course on February 14, 2013 at the Grays Harbor College Columbia Education Center (208 Advent Ave. S.E.) in Ilwaco. The course will begin at 1:00 p.m. and end at 4:30 p.m. Workbooks will be provided.
Cover Oregon will host two community meetings in Clatsop County later this month. Residents will have the opportunity to learn about the development of Oregon's health insurance exchange and provide input on its progress.
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