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Join the GrassRoots Garbage Gang for a beach clean up at 9:30am on Saturday January 18th.  

Information from the organization on their upcoming beach cleanup: 

Another Long Beach Peninsula beach cleanup will be happening Saturday, January 18. Many gloved hands will be needed to collect trash that winter storms have deposited - maybe some items from the Japanese tsunami. To help, just show up at any major beach approach at 9:30am, receive some bags to fill, and join others caring for the environment by removing the junk from the beach.

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SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon state officials say liquor prices are not likely to change if the system is privatized.

The Statesman Journal reports Oregon consumers would likely pay the same prices for alcohol because the fees are not going to change.

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Wild weekend weather hit the coast beginning friday evening with warnings extending into Sunday and more wet conditions expected to persist according to KAST meteorologist Rick Van Cise.  He says most of the wet and windy conditions are behind us as the storm exits but there are still some chances of light showers.  We can expect more dry weather for most of the week ahead.

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Oregon State Police (OSP) is continuing the investigation into the cause of a late Friday night single vehicle fatal traffic crash on the eastbound off ramp from Highway 30 to the Lewis and Clark Bridge in Rainier. The crash resulted in the death of a Longview, Washington man.  On January 10, 2014 at approximately 11:26 p.m., OSP was requested by Rainier Police Department to respond to the scene of a single vehicle fatal traffic crash that occurred on the eastbound off ramp from Highway 30 to the Lewis and Clark Bridge near milepost 49.

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Private pilots who use the local regional airport reacted negatively after the Port of Astoria decided to enforce it's policy of charging a $10 fee for general aviation pilots to land a plane there.  The policy has been on the books for years but generally was not enforced as long as pilots bought fuel when they made a stop here.

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Clatsop County residents interested in applying for health insurance coverage under the Cover Oregon insurance marketplace can get personal assistance at an Application Fair Jan. 22-24 at various locations.

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Early Friday morning, Seaside Police Officers responded to Twisted Fish on a report that a waitress had been given Methamphetamine as a tip while a customer was paying for some drinks. The waitress identified two people who paid for their drink order and with the payment was a envelope containing a crystal like substance. The officer recognized the substance based on his training and experience as methamphetamine.

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Goodbye Waldorf Hotel.  Eventually.  Monday night the Astoria City Council accepted the Astoria Public Library Renovation Study Report in two parts and the Library Advisory Board recommendation regarding their prefered option for that project that would see the city library expand it's main floor to encompass the footprint currently occupied by the badly dilapidated Waldorf building.

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