Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR) today announced her spring town hall meeting schedule. The public events will occur throughout April around the 1st congressional district. The schedule includes meetings in Seaside, Warrenton, Beaverton, Forest Grove, Columbia City, Portland, Sherwood, and McMinnville.
A story out of Salem would have a familiar ring for many Astorians as Chemeketa Community College is working with a group to manage a free-roaming colony of cats that live in a wooded area on campus.
On Saturday, April 6, 2013, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm and again on Tuesday, April 16 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm, the public is invited to view the University of Oregon School of Architecture programing class presentations on ideas for a renovated library. The posters will be shown in the Flag Room on both days.
Last year Astoria made the list as one of Ameria's "Coolest" small towns and this year Smithsonian.com picked Astoria as one of the top 20 towns that are a must see for 2013. The on line magazine talked of the town history and landmarks like the Flavel House and the Liberty Theater:
A prank on an intoxicated 15 year-old backfired at an underage drinking party and led to thirty-eight (38) minors being cited for Minor in Possession of Liquor. Officers responded to a report of a young girl trapped in a bathroom with a black eye in the 1200 block of S. Columbia. Officers arrived to find an underage drinking party and the female who was intoxicated did not have a black eye and had been locked in a closet as a prank.
An 18-foot fishing boat with Asian characters on its side washed ashore in Long Beach, Washington Friday. Scientists have taken samples from the boat to determine if any are invasive species. Mussels and gooseneck barnacles were found attached to the vessel. It's reported that some live fish were found in the fish well in the stern of the boat.
State Representative Deborah Boone reports that several of her bills are progressing through the Oregon House this session. HB 2182, which would designate September 27th as the First Responder Appreciation Day, received unanimous support on the House Floor, and is now on the Senate side
State representative Bill Witt reports that his Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee saw a great deal of participation at hearings last week largely because the subject matter dealing with genetically engineered (GE) salmon is both timely and controversial. Witt says Four bills have been introduced: HB 2175, HB2532, HB 3177 and HB 2530, one of which pertains to genetically modified foods in general, but the other three focus on how this practice might affect the salmon industry in Oregon.
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