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Oregon State Police (OSP) is continuing the investigation into Monday morning's single vehicle fatal traffic crash along Highway 101 about fifteen miles south of Tillamook that resulted in the death of a 20-year old man. The victim's name will be released later today to allow family time for any needed notifications. Speed and failure to wear a safety belt are possible contributing factors.


With a sparkling new website, good attendance at general meetings, and a popular focus on the waterfront, the Astoria Regatta rises once again from the ashes under the direction of former city councilor Peter Roscoe who agreed several months ago to take the helm of the faltering organization as it's President. Roscoe will be on hand at the Astoria Council meeting tonight to present the latest update which includes the news that the Oregon Heritage Commission has named the Astoria Regatta as an Oregon Heritage Event


 On May 18, 2013 Astoria Police were contacted by the daughter of Helene Jacobsen a 64 year old woman from Arizona. Jacobsen had been traveling through the area with her husband when they had an argument which resulted in her husband leaving her in Astoria. Astoria Police had been called about the argument and were present when Helene removed her property from the car her husband was driving. Her daughter had not been able to contact Jacobson and requested police to assist in locating Jacobsen to ensure she was OK.


The Coast Guard hoisted a person from the water just off Sunset Beach near Warrenton, Ore., Friday.  Coast Guard Sector Columbia River received a call reporting a distressed teenaged female in the water off Sunset Beach at approximately 12:50 p.m.


Click "Read More" to access audio with Tom Freel interviewing Port Commission candidates Steve Fulton and Larry Pfund.


Tom Freel interviews Gil Gramson and Jim Campbell.  Click "READ MORE" to listen


Washington's boating under the influence law becomes tougher under a law signed Thursday by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee.


The Astoria Downtown Historic District Association(ADHDA) is moving forward with a plan to hire an Executive Director.  The grassroots business organization has been making do with minimal staff and depending on board members to do most of the legwork.  The job is detailed on the ADHDA website and June 7 is the application deadline.


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