Investigators in the Warrenton fire at Pacific Coast Seafoods plant believe that fire was caused by the use of a torch on the roof. The torch was being used to seal newly installed vents on the roof. The Warrenton Fire Department released those findings about the June 4th fire.
Rescue crews responded to Ecola State Park Wednesday around 5:00pm. A female was stranded on a hillside near Ecola State park after chasing her runaway dog. The dog had fallen approximately 70-feet down a hillside but was uninjured. While trying to get the dog the tide was coming in trapping the individual. The Clatsop County High Angle Rescue Team along with the Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue and Cannon Beach Police Department coordinated in the extrication of the trapped female. She was uninjured. The rescue lasted nearly 4 hours.
Crewmembers aboard two 47-foot Motor Life Boats from Coast Guard Station Grays Harbor, in Westport, Wash., and the Coast Guard Cutter Fir, a 225-foot Seagoing Buoytender homeported in Astoria, Ore., assisted the disabled fishing vessel Lady Law, a 75-foot commercial fishing vessel, in the Pacific Ocean near Copalis Beach, Wash.,Wednesday.
Medical First Aid is a basic skill set one might learn as child in scouting, or be required to learn in fields like childcare where that simple training often helps save lives or avert further injury. Now there's a opportunity for the layman to learn how to recognize when someone might be suffering from the onset of a mental health crisis and to effectively render aid.
Sunset Empire Transportation District will be making several route and schedule changes beginning August 18TH. These changes are part of SETD's ongoing effort to improve transit service throughout the area. Upcoming changes will combine the weekday Route 30 and the weekend Connector Route into a new Route 30.
A Catholic Priest thought to be responsible for the failure and eventual closing of Astoria's 112 year-old Star Of The Sea School four years ago through deliberate financial mismangement is appearently repeating the same pattern of behavior at St. James Roman Catholic Church in Mollala, Oregon.
Columbia River lampreys are like salmon in that they are born in streams, feed in the ocean and return to spawn and die. And like salmon, their numbers have been drastically reduced by dams.
Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Fort Clatsop will be hosting a workshop and evening presentation by Dr. Jamie Strange. The recent pesticide kill of over 50,000 bumble bees in Wilsonville, Oregon captured the headlines for the dramatic numbers and the preventable nature of the tragedy.
Astoria's Columbia Memorial Hospital is expanding services offering it's first facility outside city limits with the introduction of a clinic in Warrenton in a high profile location on Highway 101. Several years ago Seaside Providence Hospital opened a clinic in Youngs Bay Plaza and CHM now steps up with it's own extension that will offer primary care physicians and target medicare and medicaid patients. By next month CMH will add Urgent Care servicesat the new location. The Hospital issued a news release detailing the project
The Coast Guard rescued a man after his fishing vessel sank approximately 25 miles west of Ilwaco, Wash., Sunday.
When urban strategist Michele Reeves was gathering input to help with the downtown revitalization effort asking what locals thnk of first when they think about Astoria, beer ranked very high in top of mind awareness. With good reason. As home to such growing microbrewers as Fort George and Astoria Brewing and boasting it's own Rogue brew-pub it's clear Astorians are big supporters of the trade. The same is true throughout the state. Governor John Kitzhaber today praised the successful partnership between local and state officials backing Pelican Brewing's plans to open an expanded brewery in downtown Tillamook.