Governor Kitzhaber has signed and returned a proclamation declaring May 19-25 as Oregon Parenting Education Week. Being a parent is the most important and rewarding job you will ever have, yet it comes with many challenges.
The ballot drop-box in front of the Clatsop County Elections Division office at 820 Exchange St. in Astoria will be accessible by vehicle on Friday, Saturday and Sunday for voters wishing to drop off their ballots for the May 21 Special District Election.
Certified Athletic Trainer Chad Rankin, MS, ATC, is making a significant difference in the health and safety of Clatsop County's student athletes.
On a seasonally adjusted basis, preliminary estimates from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicate nonfarm payroll employment in Oregon rose by 3,700 jobs in April.
The Astoria Regatta, which has celebrated the community's connections to the water since 1894, has been named an Oregon Heritage Tradition by the Oregon Heritage Commission.
The Clatsop County Fairgrounds joins nine other county facilities banning all tobacco use on the main property. Fairgrounds Manager Gary Friedman says in a news release Thursday that the board decided to follow the County Commission decision to eliminate all tobacco use around county facilities.
An investigation by the Clatsop County Drug Task Force concluded in Seaside late Tuesday evening, with the execution of search warrants and the arrest of two subjects on heroin related charges. During the investigation, Drug Task Force Detectives received numerous complaints over several months regarding ongoing illegal drug activity at 2160 Lewis and Clark Road in Seaside.
The 6th Annual Child Safety Fair was held this past weekend with over 100 children and parents learning how to keep their children and family safe. This year's fair included a bicycle rodeo complete with bicycle inspection, helmet inspection and bicycle skill course for everyone. Nine families took advantage of the child safety seat inspection ensuring their safety seat was properly installed or receiving a new one if needed. Children and parents visited our safety booths learning about poison safety, pedestrian safety, water safety, fire safety and even had a chance to complete a craft and play a game.
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