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A helicopter crew with a net gun caught a dozen deer Tuesday at a refuge near Cathlamet where managers fear they'll be flooded by the Columbia River.

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The Board of Directors of Clatsop Community Bank elected Rick Gardner to join the board, rounding out a slate of nine directors, many having served since the bank's opening in 2008.

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The deadline to file as a candidate in the May 21 Special District Election is Thursday, March 21. Up for election are positions on the boards of more than three dozen service districts around Clatsop County

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On March 16, 2013 Astoria Police Department responded to a report of vandalism at the Astoria Middle School. They found a significant amount of damage to the school. There were: Comments relating to drug use, sexual orientation of staff and students, descriptions of sexual acts and drawings of genitals on walls, floors, cloth bulletin boards, and on instruments;Fire extinguishers discharged in the band room and several instruments damaged;Packing peanuts, reams of paper, shredding, and unknown fluids spread across the floor in several parts of the building;

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Another cooperative venture between the city of Astoria, Columbia memorial hospital and Clatsop community college is in the works. The city council approved a $2000.00 expenditure to study the feasibility of placing a wellness center inside the astoria aquatic center.

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Wildlife agents plan to use a helicopter to drive deer into nets Tuesday at a refuge along the Columbia River at Cathlamet.

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The U.S. Coast Guard, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, other state and local agencies, along with Chevron Shipping and numerous pollution response and salvage companies and organizations participated in a major drill in Astoria, Thursday, designed to prepare personnel for a coordinated response in the event of a large vessel collision, fire and oil spill in the Lower Columbia River Region.

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The Astoria Senior Center is looking at some significant improvements as a result of a Community Development Block Grant for $1.5 million dollars that has been approved by the Business Oregon Infrastructure Finance Authority and by the Astoria City Council on Monday evening.

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