A visit by a U.S. Senator and tonight's meeting of the Astoria City Council headline today's events. Oregon's U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley is set to hold a town-hall meeting at the Columbia River Maritime Museum Kern Room this morning at 10:30am.
Ten major banks and mortgage companies agreed Monday to pay $8.5 billion to settle federal complaints that they wrongfully foreclosed on homeowners who should have been allowed to stay in their homes.
NOTICE OF STREET CLOSURE
Beginning January 7, 2013 through January 11, 2013 City of Astoria Public Works Operations will be closing Clatsop St. between 4th St. and 5th St. while working on water main replacement
It's difficult at this point to know exactly what is happening with the local organization that provides low income housing in Clatsop County as the County Commission sorts through various issues. The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners recently dismissed the Clatsop County Housing Authority Board and took those powers onto themselves after it was found that CCHA had failed to properly make public notice of meetings and had made some decisions in sub-committee meetings not noticed as public. CCHA manages several low-income housing facilities around Clatsop County, including Owens-Adair in Astoria, Tillikum and Wapiti in Warrenton, and Clatsop Shores in Seaside, and makes housing grants available to a number of local social service organizations.
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider adopting broad-based changes in policies governing salmon and sturgeon fisheries on the lower Columbia River at a public meeting Jan. 11-12 in Olympia.
Have a few bags of empty cans and bottles lying around after the holidays? Bring them to Astoria High School from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 6, and let students from the band programs in Astoria schools take them off your hands
The results are in from the recent Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over DUI enforcement campaign conducted from November 21, 2012 through January 1, 2013. In Pacific County, nine motorists were stopped and arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
State fishery managers have approved the first razor clam dig of 2013, starting Tuesday (Jan. 8) at Twin Harbors and expanding to include three other ocean beaches later in the week.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the evening dig after marine toxin tests showed the clams on those beaches are safe to eat.
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