On Tuesday morning just before noon the Warrenton Police Department was dispatched to North Coast Christian School in reference to a male subject in the area of the school, possibly with a gun. A teacher was bringing students outside for lunch recess when she saw a male subject possibly holding a rifle, standing on Heceta St. on the east side of the school property.
During the early morning hours of Friday, February 20, 2015, Seaside Police Officers responded to Providence Seaside Hospital for a report of a male that had sustained a serious head injury. Officers contacted Seaside Detectives after learning that the victim reported being assaulted with hammers by two other males. The victim was later transported to a Portland area hospital.
Before Astorians turn on a tap for a morning shower, brew a cup of coffee, or start a load of laundry that water has already been at work as it flows down from the city watershed above Svenson turning a newly installed hydro electric turbine unit that was dedicated to service on Monday afternoon.
Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., lauded the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approval of rules that will protect the free and open Internet:
"Today is a win for everyone who uses the Internet. The interests of individual Americans triumphed over those of corporate monopolies. These strong new rules will preserve the Internet we know and love, where start-ups can thrive regardless of the size of their wallets, and where people are free to speak and share ideas. The drumbeat of four million individual voices helped save the Internet," Wyden said.
On February 25, 2014 at 7:25 PM, Astoria Police responded to a report of a crash involving a pedestrian at Marine Drive and 23rd. Officers found a vehicle driven by 91 year old Astoria resident Nels Rasmussen which had a damaged windshield and a pedestrian, 33 year old Astoria resident Tyson Ybarra who was complaining of pain and had a small laceration to his head. Ybarra was transported to Columbia Memorial Hospital.
A team of scientists from Oregon State University and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is studying an unusual fish captured alive in a crab pot near Port Orford this week called a striped knifejaw that is native to Japan, as well as China and Korea.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is establishing a Danger Zone in the Pacific Ocean offshore of Camp Rilea, Clatsop County, Oregon.
The danger zone will be in force only during weapons range training activities scheduled and managed by Oregon National Guard personnel at Camp Rilea. No person or vessel will be allowed in the danger zone when restrictions are in force. A schedule of proposed area closures will be furnished to the U.S. Coast Guard Astoria Command Center one week before training activities commence.
The Portland District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is seeking public comment on its plan to accept funds from Clatsop Diking Improvement Company #9 on behalf of Oregon Liquefied Natural Gas. The Portland District will review Oregon LNG's proposed request to modify federally constructed flood risk reduction projects, to include horizontal directional drilling, auger boring, or over-crossing operations across such projects; and review potential effects to the Columbia River Federal Navigation Channel of horizontal directional drilling and dredging to create a ship turning basin.
One person died and two people taken to a hospital after a car crashed into a tree on U.S. 26 just west of Oregon 47.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown says she'll continue a death penalty moratorium imposed by her predecessor, John Kitzhaber, who resigned in an ethics scandal.
An investigation by the Clatsop County Drug Task Force concluded in Gearhart late Tuesday evening, with the execution of search warrants and the arrest of 45-year-old Leonard Shane Hitchman on Methamphet amine related charges.