Thursday, April 24, 2014

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 Good news for the rebirth of the Long Beach Razor Clam Festival as state shellfish managers have approved a morning razor clam dig that will run April 26-29 at Long Beach

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Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation into the cause of Friday evening's two-vehicle double fatal traffic crash along Highway 101 in Warrenton. The highway was closed about five hours with a detour in place.

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The 13th Coast Guard District wants to remind vessel operators to maintain a proper lookout while transiting Washington and Oregon waters.  This reminder is based on fact that some vessel operators, including commercial fishermen, engage in the practice of working all day, then drifting at night in open water while the entire crew sleeps.

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The Clatsop County Commission on Children and Families is seeking nominations for its annual Youth Recognition Awards.

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An Oregon Board of Forestry subcommittee will meet in Salem April 26 to continue work on improving the financial viability of the Department of Forestry's state forest management program.  Clatsop County Manager Scott Sommers told KAST News ""The County looks forward hearing the recommendations submitted by the subcommittee."

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Getting a slight jump on celebrating Earth Day and earth Week, Tongue Point Job Corps Center (TPJCC) is offering the community the opportunity to recycle electronics and hard plastics. Recycling of electronic equipment and hard plastics will be available on Saturday, April 20, 2013 from 10a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot just outside the center entrance.

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A report of a burglary in progress at a residence in the unincorporated area outside Warrenton resulted in the arrest of three subjects with criminal charges pending on a fourth subject, Wednesday evening. Clatsop County Deputy Walker responding to the report, located LEVI DENNIS BROOME DOB: 07/12/83, at the residence.

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The City of Astoria has launched a new look and functionality on it's website that proves to be a big improvement over the old site supplied through the league of Oregon Cities. The Address is the same: http://www.astoria.or.us/ but the look is decidedly different.  City Manager Paul Benoit told KAST news "While the service was very affordable (on the old site), it was not easy to use and not very functional or flexible. We made the leap into 2013 and will be working to constantly improve and to use the site's communication and social media apps to better reach the public."

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