A Seattle man involved in a head-on collision that killed two Seaside, Ore., men in Warrenton last month has been arrested.
The Astoria/Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce is looking for an artist to create the design for T-shirts for the 2013 Great Columbia Crossing.
The City of Astoria Historic Landmarks Commission has selected the 2013 recipients for the Dr. Edward Harvey Historic Preservation Award. The award is presented each year to recognize property owners who have completed exterior restoration or beautification of a building which exemplifies the historical attributes of the building or the architectural heritage of Astoria.
In the Northwest snowpack is about more than a downhill run. Every winter hydologists make the regular trek up Oregon mountains through the season measuring the depth of the snowpack and that data is used to estimate how much water will be available in the spring and summer for power generation, salmon passage, and farm irrigation all of which are contentious issues in a low water year.
For the third year in a row Eagle 103.9 morning personality Roxie Faye has been invited to kick-off the start of the annual "March For Babies" on Saturday May 4th on the Astoria Riverwalk. March for Babies is the March of Dimes premier fundraising event that benefits all babies.
Scott Tucker has been selected as the new superintendent of Lewis and Clark National Historical Park located around the mouth of the Columbia River in Washington and Oregon. He replaces David Szymanski who was recently selected as superintendent of Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
Pacific Power has requested an overall rate increase of 4.6% which, if approved by the Public Utility Commission would become effective for customers in January 2014.
Oregon State University 4-H learned it received $30,000 funding for a 4-H Marine Science and Technology camp for 57 youth entering grades 10-12. The Application Deadline is May 24!
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