The Astoria Warrenton Chamber is helping get the word out about a Astoria casting call for a new reality TV show called "Small Town Bachelor" According to the producers they are looking for a local eligible bachelor and the shows producers will bring a number of women from the big city who are tired of the large city experience and are looking for a small town guy.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits rose to a seasonally adjusted 367,000, a level consistent with modest hiring trends.
The Labor Department says new applications rose by 4,000 from the previous week's level of 363,000. The previous week was revised higher from an initial reading of 359,000. The four-week average, a less volatile measure, was unchanged at 375,000.
Oregon State University has canceled its promotion to "wear black" at a couple of football games this season because it is seen by some as racially insensitive.
The company planning a wave energy installation off Reedsport won't have its first buoy in the water this year as planned. Ocean Power Technologies says it managed to put one of three anchors in place, but the remaining two anchors will spend the winter in Reedsport while the power generation buoy is stored in Portland.
The Washington state Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the state's existing hazardous substances tax, which was approved by voters in 1988, is constitutional.
Oregon State Police (OSP) is asking for the public's help to find a 20-year old Lincoln County resident wanted on multiple warrants that fled a traffic stop about ten days ago south of Depoe Bay. The man's family has not heard from him since the date he was last seen by OSP and they are also concerned for his welfare.
Seaside Fire Chief Joey Daniels has banned all burning in the City of Seaside starting today and through the weekend due to extreme dry weather and fire dangers.
Clatsop County Board Chair Peter Huhtala will lead the discussion at a workshop set for October 5th regarding possible placement of wave energy in the waters off Camp Rilea. The county has released a copy of Huhtala's comments regarding what he says could be an issue for local fishermen if a wave energy facility were to be placed in the ocean waters
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