The 3rd Annual Harvest Haul foodraiser hit record numbers this year exceeding expections for both food and cash donations to help feed the hungry on the Long Beach Peninsula.
The Oregon Office of Emergency Management is coordinating the largest amateur radio emergency communications exercise ever throughout Oregon this Saturday, Nov. 2. Scheduled to participate are counties from four states, emergency management agencies from Washington, California, Idaho, and other emergency response organizations including Red Cross, PGE, and the Oregon National Guard.
The National Weather Service has posted a High Wind Watch for late tonight through Saturday so our blue skies this morning will likely give way to some nasty weather by tonight. KAST 1370 Meteorologist Rick Van Cise puts it this way saying "This is an "in between" day, which is my weather shorthand for saying we'll have a generally dry Friday with clouds and some breaks in the overcast before the next storm arrives. Tonight the rain increases along with some pretty stout southwesterlies and westerlies that will gust in the 40 mph range Saturday before easing later in the day. Highs will top out in the mid 50s today, barely to 50tomorrow with overnight lows in the upper 40s. The National Weather Service says be prepared for some potential minor flooding along low lying beach areas during Saturday's high tides due to some hefty swells of 20 feet or so."
With a list like this there just has to be something to peak your interest in November at the Astoria Public Library. Programs for the month launch tonight with the showing of the film "Reel Injun", an insightful and entertaining documentry that chronicles the Hollywood Indian in cinema. Created by Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond "Reel Injun" explores the portrayal of North American Natives through the history of cinema. Admission is free and the show starts Friday night at 6pm. There's more.
Sunday, November 3rd marks the end of Daylight Saving Time and serves as a good reminder for Oregonians to test their smoke alarms. The Office of State Fire Marshal is urging residents to test their smoke alarms before automatically changing the batteries.
On the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, Oregon's Senator Jeff Merkley and a bipartisan coalition of Senators introduced the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act which will protect thousands of Oregon homeowners from facing huge flood insurance premium rate hikes
Clatsop County is seeking applications for two open seats on the Southwest Coastal Citizens Advisory Committee. The committee evaluates all construction design review applications for the Arch Cape community
A two year search may be over for a new location for the South County Community Foodbank. The foodbank has been residing in a building at 880 Avenue A in Seaside for many years through the generousity of the Moose Lodge that owns the structure but it's small and in less than perfect condition. The Moose would like to sell the property so, according to Seaside Public Works Director Neal Wallace the search for a new location has ramped up over the last few months
Authorities sent out a weather advisory today saying "FREEZING TEMPERATURES POSSIBLE MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY MORNING. THE COAST WILL SEE AREAS FALL CLOSE TO THE FREEZING MARK." KAST Meteorologist Rick Van Cise agrees
Astoria crews will be ditching in the Olney, and Youngs River areas.
Svensen crews will be applying herbicide in the Knappa/Svensen areas, also working on drainages on Burnside Loop, and ditching on Rudat Road.
Jewell crews will be brush chopping in the Elsie area, and replacing a culvert on Mullenbach Road.
Senators Jeff Merkley (D-OR), Jerry Moran (R-KS), and Michael Bennet (D-CO) issued the following statement after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed a rule governing crowdfunding activities
The board heard a presentation from Steven Blakesley, Health Promotion Specialist, on the Public Health Department's Community Health Improvement Plan.
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