Astoria Public Library is holding an art contest to find 5 new library card designs that illustrate the theme "Astoria Reads in the 21st Century".
Clatsop County residents interested in applying for health insurance coverage under the Cover Oregon insurance marketplace can get personal assistance at one of two Application Fairs April 23 and 24.
Susan Huntington believes it benefits a chamber to be a player in local politics and she follows through with a directors report in a recent Seaside Chamber newsletter that reads more like a conservative call to action.
A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit that a Seaside detective brought against the Clatsop County district attorney.
Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum announced an additional $3.3 million grant to extend the Best Buy Drug Program, an initiative of Consumers Union that provides free, non-biased and straightforward information to help consumers make safe and effective prescription drug choices.
The Coast Guard transported a stricken engineer from a motor vessel moored in the Columbia River near Astoria, to awaiting EMS on shore in Astoria, Thursday.
Oregon's seasonally adjusted monthly job gain of 7,500 in March was the largest since November 2005 when 9,300 jobs were added.
The Seaside City Council unanimously approved emergency passage of a new ordinance placing a one year moratorium on medical marijuana outlets in the city and set aside two requests for business licenses to open marijuana dispensaries.
Warrenton police recovered the body of a 62-year-old man who had been reported missing at the end of March.
The Clatsop County Clerk and Elections Office reminds local residents that Tuesday, April 29 is the deadline to register to vote or change your party affiliation for the May 20 primary election.
The "Clatsop Vision 2030 Together" project is gaining momentum, and organizers invite members of the public to share their ideas for our community's future.