Yesterday afternoon Astoria Police responded to the Holiday Inn Express, 204 W. Marine Drive. The clerk at the Holiday Inn was reporting that a 40-50 year old blonde female, dressed all in black, and wearing a firearm, who told her that she was part of the Astoria Police Department and had been sent by the Chief of Police soliciting donations for a raffle. The female suspect, when questioned by the clerk for identification, left in a white ford 4dr vehicle.
Mothers Day weekend marks the tradional openning of the Astoria Sunday Market. The open this year promises to be spectacular with an emphasis on that farm fresh produce people are looking for.
The most respected expert on the planet in the area of marine mammal migration patterns says if we understood those patterns better we could save multiple whale species by changing just about every human ocean use that means anything. Let's see what that might mean in todays Coastwatch Blog
Since midnight yesterday Sheriff's deputies in Washington County have arrested eleven DUII driver's including two from crashes. One of the crashes was a head-on collision on SW Pacific Highway (Hwy. 99W) near King City. Three people went to the hospital from that crash.
The Coastwatch Blog returns with Tom Freel writing today about what it really takes to win a political campaign on any level. READ IT HERE
Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., issued a statement welcoming the Food and Drug Administration's announcement it will rewrite its controversial plan to regulate spent grains from brewers.
The Astoria Police Department will be joining other Clatsop County Law Enforcement agencies with extra patrols focused on DUII enforcement, during the 32nd Annual Astoria / Warrenton Crab, Seafood and Wine Festival. This enforcement is funded in part by an Oregon State Grant specifically focusing on DUII and traffic enforcement.
After a hiatus the Coastwatch Blog is back and now it's part of KAST1370.com. Read the latest rant here
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