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
Oregon and Washington fishery managers decided today that the sturgeon retention season on the lower Columbia River above Wauna will not open Oct. 20 as planned.
Basketball great Bill Walton is ready to recap his amazing career and even more amazing recovery. Simon & Schuster announced Wednesday that Walton, 59, is working on a memoir that will come out in the fall of 2013.
Lane County commissioners are discussing a resolution at Wednesday's meeting to support a coal export terminal at Coos Bay.
Travel will be restricted to a single lane on the Old Youngs Bay Drawbridge on Tuesday, October 9 as ODOT crews do inspection work prior to the upcoming rehabilitation project for the bridge. This is on OR 105/U.S. 101 Business at milepost 6.89.
Fall has arrived and summer didn't get the memo. Continued warm weather and the absence of rain have kept fire danger high to extreme throughout Oregon.
The next meeting of the "Connect the Dots" initiative will be Thursday, Oct. 4, 1-4 p.m. at the Judge Guy Boyington Building, 857 Commercial St., Astoria.
Connect the Dots is a social services collaborative initiative dedicated to the health and safety of all people through the development of coordinated and innovative services that promote beneficial connections and relationships.
The federal government is throwing its support behind a lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase accusing Bear Stearns, the investment bank JPMorgan bought in 2008, of engaging in massive fraud in deals involving billions in residential mortgage-backed securities.
Downtown Astoria businesses will soon have a resource for revitalization planning after the Astoria City Council Monday approved a $7500.00 contribution to the Astoria Downtown Historic District as the last piece of financial support needed to hire a downtown revitalization expert.
Clatsop Community College conducts an annual survey of its previous year's graduates to measure students' career success and satisfaction with the preparation they received at CCC for work or further education.
Astorians wonder why their parks have been reduced to brown grass and dying plants, why garbage cans overflow and trash isn't cleaned up promptly at the cities premeire attractions much less the many neighborhood parks that dot the city. Last night the Astoria city council got an earfull from private citizens and former parks employees
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