After devoting eight years in community service to the city council, Astoria native Peter Roscoe has set his sights on a new challenge. Roscoe has taken on leadership of the Astoria Regatta and he says this is great opportunity to reform the oldest festival in the Northwest.
Lori Lum-Toyooka, President and General Manager of Lum's Auto Center, will receive Dealer of the Year honors on Sunday, January 13, 2013, during the North American International Auto Show held in Detroit, Michigan.
Weekly applications for U.S. unemployment benefits ticked up slightly last week, the latest sign of slow but consistent gains in the job market.
Port of Portland commissioners have approved an incentive program to entice container-shipping companies to continue visiting the city amid a decline in productivity.
Clatsop Community Bank was named among the "100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon" for the fourth consecutive year by Oregon Business magazine.
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden will hold his annual town hall meetings in Clatsop and Columbia counties on Monday, January 14, 2013.
OHSU continues it's partnership with Astoria's Columbia Memorial Hospital in undertaking a new initiative on women's heart health as a major community issue. The long term study will try to answer some questions and demonstrate how a community can come together to prevent, treat and manage heart disease reducing the risk.
Each summer North Coast audiences are amused by the story of a young man who barely escapes being kidnapped and sold to a sea captain. "Shanghaied In Astoria" draws inspiration from the practice of human trafficking that was common along the city waterfront a century ago.History buffs and volunteers in Portland are hauling out new items from a tunnel section beneath their city that has been closed off to the public. It could prove just how deep a secret underground business of human trafficking seeped through the city of Portland.
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