Today, Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley and Reps. Peter DeFazio, Earl Blumenauer, Kurt Schrader, Suzanne Bonamici, D-Ore., and Greg Walden, R-Ore., called for the federal government to reverse course and respect an Oregon state law that allows consumers to buy wine in refillable containers, more often known as growlers.
Oregon State Police (OSP) is continuing the investigation into the cause of Monday morning's seriou s injury traffic that occurred along Highway 26 near Banks. The name of the Toyota's driver is released in this update.
The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners honored District Attorney Josh Marquis for 20 years of service to the county. Board Chair Scott Lee presented Marquis with a certificate of appreciation at the board's March 26 meeting.
An investigation by the Clatsop County Interagency Narcotics Team (CCINT) has led to the arrest of 47-year-old Astoria resident Darrin Paul Nichols. The investigation began when CCINT detectives learned Nichols was a Heroin and Methamphetamine dealer that supplied many people in the Astoria and Warrenton area. As the investigation continued, CCINT detectives were granted search warrants for Nichols, his vehicle and his residence on Mudd Lane, Astoria
The Clatsop county board conducted the first reading of an ordinance imposing a moratorium on medical marijuana facilities in the unincorporated county. The moratorium bans the operation of dispensaries and other facilities that provide marijuana products to medical marijuana card holders until May 1, 2015.
It took several different police agencies and the public's help Wednesday to catch up with a Washington fugitive who had been discovered hiding in Astoria. The man is identified as 52-year-old Roy Shaw, who was wanted out of two jurisdictions in Washington for the sale of narcotics and felony assault.
Federal regulators have decided not to shrink Caspian tern habitat on East Sand Island near the mouth of the Columbia River in efforts to reduce the number of juvenile salmon and steelhead they feed on.
The State Department of Fish and Wildlife says morning clam digging on Washington's beaches begins Wednesday. The first morning clam digging of the season coincides with the first low tides.
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