State fishery managers have approved an evening razor clam dig that will run March 7-11 at Twin Harbors and some of those days at three other ocean beaches including Long Beach.
On Thursday February 28th at 3:20 p.m., Seaside Police responded to the Oceanfront Motel to assist management with a renter who was suppose to be out by Noon and had not vacated the room. The manager said that she knocked on the door and announced she was the manager several times with no answer but that she suspected someone was in the room.
Ocean Park residents and their neighbors have reason to celebrate. The Ocean Park Timberland library will be hosting a grand re-opening event to celebrate the expanded library on Saturday, March 16 from noon to 3:30 p.m.
The Pacific County Emergency Management Agency (PCEMA) has organized five "Let's Talk Tsunami" presentations with the Timberland Regional Libraries in Pacific County
On 02/28/2013 at about 10:02 PM Astoria 911 received a report of a fight at the Desdemona. It was reported that one of the subjects involved had a knife. Officers responded to the area, and when they arrived they saw Dennis Bisbee, age 26, was holding a knife is his hand engaging a person at the bar.
Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR) is leading Oregon's congressional delegation in opposition to a plan by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to remove weather monitoring Buoy 46089. The buoy, which sits 85 nautical miles west of Tillamook, Oregon, provides critical early warning data for oncoming storms. NOAA cited cost concerns in a December 2012 announcement of plans to remove the buoy upon its failure. Bonamici and other Oregon lawmakers support repairing the buoy instead.
Each year the Astoria Historic Landmarks Commission honors those who have worked to preserve the town's past through the restoration of an historic building and the time has come for nominations.
The Hatfield Marine Science Center will open an exhibit in March featuring a slice of a Japanese dock ripped loose during an earthquake and tsunami and washed up ashore near Newport last year.
During a work session the Clatsop County Commission heard a presentation from Veterans' Services Officer Phil Simmons, who asked the commissioners to consider increasing his level of compensation under the veterans services contract.
by Petty Officer 3rd Class Nate Littlejohn
ASTORIA, Ore. — We often hear about the rescuer. The brave act of the hero who dangles at the end of a helicopter cable to retrieve the imperiled hiker stranded on a ledge, or the boat driver who mans the helm for six hours in 20-foot swells to tow a stranded fishing vessel through the storm to the safety of a harbor. Such bravery in the face of danger deserves recognition and will always make for a good story.
Oregon Emergency Management has scheduled the Tsunami Road Show at locations on the Oregon Coast in March. The event coincides with the two year anniversary of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami that struck off Japan's coast in March 2011.