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Proposed rules that would restrict smoking of tobacco products on the ocean shore recreation area will be open for public comment through August 29, 2014. Comments will be taken by email, and through a series of four public hearings in August.


On August 18, 2014 at 2310 Officer Duryea was flagged down near Portway and W. Marine Drive by Denis Reynolds, age 29 of Astoria. He reported that a male, later identified as Louis Gardino, age 40 of Bothell WA, had pulled a gun on him then fled the area.


After recent reports of callers fraudulently identifying themselves as collection agents, the Oregon Department of Revenue is reminding taxpayers to take measures to protect their personal identifying information. Taxpayers have reported receiving phone calls from individuals identifying themselves as Revenue representatives or IRS agents. The caller says the victim has a tax debt and demands payment by wire transfer or credit card. The caller may threaten legal action in an effort to coerce taxpayers to disclose personal identifying information such as Social Security or credit card numbers.


On Monday August 18, 2014, around 5:12 PM, Dylan Douglas Snook, age 32 of Astoria was arrested in connection with a reported stabbing on the previous Sunday morning around 1:58 AM in Seaside. Snook was developed as the lone suspect during the initial investigation.


On Sunday morning, August 17th, around 0158 AM, Seaside Police Officers responded to the area of 311 Broadway in Seaside for a report of a stabbing. Officers arrived and located one conscious male who was laying on the ground bleeding. The victim male had two punctures on his back and reported to officers that he was stabbed. The victim male was transported to Columbia Memorial Hospital before being transported to Emmanuel Hospital in Portland and is in stable condition.


Coast Guard air and cutter forces continue to assist the 22-person crew of a 485-foot, Bahamian-flagged chemical tanker after a fire in the main engineroom disabled the vessel, leaving it without propulsion, about 700 miles west of Cape Blanco, Oregon, Wednesday.

The fire was extinguished using installed firefighting systems, however, the ship sustained damage to its generators, leaving the crew with minimal battery power.


The Road to Wellville is a 1994 American comedy-drama film adaptation of T. Coraghessan Boyle's novel of the same name, which tells the story of the doctor and clean-living advocate John Harvey Kellogg and his methods employed at the Battle Creek Sanitarium at the beginning of the 20th Century.  Now, Clatsop County is on the "Way to Wellville."


The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners voted Wednesday to challenge a state panel's ruling regarding the Oregon Pipeline land-use application.

The county will file a cross-appeal of the June 27 ruling from the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals that found that Commissioner Peter Huhtala was biased when he voted with the rest of the board to reject the application, which seeks approval to build 41 miles of pipeline through the county to serve a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal in Warrenton.


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