The Clatsop county board approved a $728,092.50 contract with Henderson LLC of Lake Oswego for the flood control/wetland mitigation project on U.S. Highway 101 south of Seaside.
The next evening razor clam dig will get under way Tuesday (Nov. 13) at Twin Harbors beach, then expand to include openings at three other beaches later in the week.
The Clatsop County Elections Division will likely conduct a recount of ballots in the race for Gearhart mayor cast in the Nov. 6 General Election.
Just two votes separate the two candidates. Dianne Widdop received 346 votes to Bob Shortman's 344 based on the current unofficial tally.
Long-time Astoria ward 2 City Councillor Peter Roscoe lost his seat in Tuesday's election as voters prefered challenger Drew Herzig putting the folk dance instructor and gay rights activist on a council that has stressed a "teamwork" approach to decision making. Herzig has said that teamwork comes second and "the people" come first
Election officials estimate that hundreds of thousands of votes are left to count in the race for governor of Washington. Democrat Jay Inslee held a promising lead after nearly 2 million votes were counted Tuesday, carrying 51 percent of ballots. Republican Rob McKenna was struggling in King County, which also held many of the votes still left to count.
Washington voters legalized recreational pot use on Tuesday, but people shouldn't expect to see marijuana legitimately for sale anytime soon.
Initiative 502 would create a system of state-licensed marijuana growers, processors and retail stores, where adults over 21 can buy up to an ounce. It also establishes a standard blood test limit for driving under the influence. A related measure also passed in Colorado, while another marijuana legalization initiative in Oregon was defeated.
The updated unofficial elections results released by the Clatsop County Clerks office. In the county's tightly contested races the third results showing:
Click here to view a full copy of the latest results online.
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Voters have rejected a measure aimed at prohibiting gillnets for nontribal commercial fishermen on the Columbia River. The measure faced an uphill climb after the recreational fishing groups who supported it reversed their position.
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