A Coast Guard boat crew rescued two men after their 14-foot boat ran aground and began taking on water near Desdemona Sands at the mouth of the Columbia River Tuesday.
Clatsop County kids will be heading back to school soon and, with that in mind, here's a round up of information you'll need to get the new year off on the right foot.
The Oregon State Transportation Commission has agreed to grant funds to local projects through the Connect Oregon VI program that will help the Port of Astoria toward significant improvements to the waterfront, help Life Flight build a new hanger at the Astoria/Warrenton Regional Airport, and build new mooring facilities for Teevin Brothers in the Rainier area.
Several health insurance companies have agreed to continue to offer statewide individual coverage -- and in one case, expand coverage -- in 2017, the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS) announced today.
All counties in Oregon will have at least two carriers participating both on and off Oregon's Health Insurance Marketplace and at least two carriers participating exclusively off the marketplace. Many of these counties were facing significant decreases in the number of health insurance companies available in the individual market in 2017.
The Astoria-Megler Bridge turns 50 years old this year and everyone is invited to attend the rededication ceremony of this northwest icon. The event takes place at 9:00 am, August 13th, under the bridge at the Astoria Maritime Memorial Park, located at the foot of Bay Street, along the River Walk.
This week while participating in the Coastal Caucus Summit in North Bend, Business Oregon announced the launch of its new Rural Entrepreneurship Development Initiative (REDI), a public-private partnership to increase entrepreneurship in rural areas of the state.
The 3rd Annual Conference on Extraordinary Living will be rockin’ the socks off of seniors again on Saturday, September 10, at Clatsop Community College. Mark your calendars to attend a plethora of breakout sessions, starting with a scintillating keynote speech by the Lewis and Clark National Historic Park about their 100 years of service as well as a rousing wrap-up with local medical practitioners and aging studies educator. A donation of $10 is requested.