The Clatsop County Assessment and Taxation Department will host a Business Personal Property training course Thursday, Dec. 13. The training will provide business owners information on what is considered personal property in business and how to file returns, and explain tax calculations and collection laws. The course is free of charge.
A Clackamas County Grand Jury today returned an indictment charging Deanna Swenson, 55, with two counts of unlawfully altering a cast ballot, two counts of unlawfully voting more than once, and two counts of first-degree official misconduct.
Pacific Northwest grain shippers say there will be no lockout early Thursday at a half-dozen terminals along the Columbia River and on Puget Sound.
OR202: M.P. 18.8 (Buttercup Slide)
(Nehalem Highway, mile post 18.8)
This project consists of constructing a retaining wall to repair a slide area along OR202 about 18 miles southeast of Astoria
The 4-H Leader's Association held two recognition ceremonies to honor the members, leaders, and supporters of the 4-H program in Clatsop County.
The Coast Guard has finished public hearings into the sinking of the fishing boat Lady Cecilia in March off the coast of Washington with four people aboard.
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) will host an informational meeting at Warrenton Community Center on December 11, 2012, from 6-8 p.m. to answer questions about proposed recreation changes on the Clatsop Spit coming in 2013. The changes are driven by Oregon's commitment to provide habitat for western snowy plovers, a shorebird.
An investigation by the Clatsop County Drug Task Force has led to the arrest of Michael Loren Wangen 09/19/67, at his residence, 686 29th Street Apartment B in Astoria on November 26, 2012. Wangen is being charged with Encouraging Child Sexual Abuse in the first degree.
The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners is inviting public comment on a proposal by Gov. John Kitzhaber to restrict commercial salmon gillnet fishing on the lower Columbia River.
Corrections experts from across Oregon converged on the Clatsop County Jail on Monday. Their mission: to determine whether or not the facility complies with the 309 requirements laid out by the Oregon State Sheriff's Association for a correctional facility. The inspection team interviewed deputies and inmates in addition to reviewing documentation of compliance with the Oregon jail standards.
Oregon State Police are warning about a telephone scam that uses their name.
Police say they've received several recent complaints from citizens who say individuals claiming to be state troopers have called them and demanded money to clear arrest warrants or get criminal charges dropped.
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