The Astoria City Council will consider a request from a downtown business organization to contribute $7500.00 toward the $20,000.00 cost of hiring a popular urban strategist to conduct an indepth analysis of Astoria's downtown.
Tests last year at three federal dams on the Columbia River demonstrated marked improvements in the safe passage of juvenile fish, one of several achievements described in a new report released today on federal actions to protect Columbia and Snake River fish.
The City of Astoria has announced the inclusion of Astoria Maps, a publicly accessibleGeographical Information System (GIS), on its website, www.astoria.or.us. The AstoriaMaps link is located on the left side of the City website.
Clatsop County is hosting a public discussion on proposed local wave-energy development and its potential impacts on the North Coast on Friday, Oct. 5, 10 a.m.-noon at the Judge Guy Boyington Building, 857 Commercial St., Astoria.
Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Fort Clatsop is pleased toannounce the park's next free In Their Footsteps program. Thispresentation is Salmon Canneries in the Columbia River Estuary by IreneMartin on Sunday, October 21, at 1:00 p.m.
Registered sex offender Michael William Dahl was arrested Thursday night after a Oregon State trooper saw him attemping to break into a car in Hammond. The trooper was responding to a report of an appearently intoxicated man stumbing into the roadway
Clatsop County Public Works has issued their weekly update on local projects that might cause some delays if you live or work in the affected areas. In addition a special project involving the Ziak Bridge reconstruction is expected to begin October 8th.
Americans boosted spending in August even though their income barely grew. But much of the increase went to pay higher gas prices, a sign they may have to cut back elsewhere in coming months.
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