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Coast Guard rescues capsized boater
Coast Guard rescues capsized boater
The U.S. Coast Guard responded Friday to a man whose boat capsized in the Lewis and Clark River.

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State finds ‘egregious’ wastewater violations in Ilwaco, Wash.
State finds ‘egregious’ wastewater violations in Ilwaco, Wash.
Ousted from job in 2015
Port plans to dredge West Mooring Basin
Port plans to dredge West Mooring Basin
Sediment is threatening docks
Circus brings fun, controversy to Long Beach
Circus brings fun, controversy to Long Beach
Some oppose ‘animal acts,’ but trainers say they’re like family
Paint with a pint downtown
Paint with a pint downtown
Art teacher opens business
Local Memorial Day events honor those who gave it all
Local Memorial Day events honor those who gave it all

Clatsop Post 12 of the American Legion is marking Memorial Day with a number of events over the holiday weekend.

On Saturday, Legion members will surround Ocean View, Greenwood, Lewis and Clark and Jewell cemeteries with more than 1,000 flags...

In One Ear: To goon or not to goon
In One Ear: To goon or not to goon
Goonies 2 speculation trudges on
Ocean Park woman imprisoned for giving drug to child
An Ocean Park woman will spend more than a year in prison for drugging her own child.
Merkley to hold town hall in Warrenton
Event is Sunday
Correction: May 26, 2017
Budget decrease incorrect
State parks free camping night is offered in Oregon on June 3

Oregon Parks and Recreation Department offers free camping to celebrate State Parks Day the night of June 3 in all RV hookup sites, tent sites and horse camps. Fort Stevens State Park also offers free fishing from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Coffenbury Lake.

County looks at moving jail to Warrenton
County looks at moving jail to Warrenton
Study examines taking over North Coast Youth Correctional Facility
Port budget will shrink under plan
Port budget will shrink under plan
Agency struggles with infrastructure
From farm to wetland, a food web is born
From farm to wetland, a food web is born
Tribe, BPA partner on tidal project
Gearhart will reconsider video poker machines at brew pub
Gearhart will reconsider video poker machines at brew pub
City Council had voted against gambling
County dissolves Arch Cape design panel
County dissolves Arch Cape design panel
Third time commissioners have acted
On the record: May 25, 2017

DUII

• At 7:25 p.m. Tuesday, Chris Bottelson, 30, of Warrenton, was arrested by the Astoria Police Department at Columbia Avenue and West Marine Drive for driving under the influence of intoxicants and reckless driving. His blood alcohol...

Best Bets: May 25, 2017
Best Bets: May 25, 2017
Weekend Best Bets for May 26 to May 28
Price holds meet-and-greet
Event is Wednesday
College holds GED orientation
Event is on Friday morning
Western snowy plover chick hatches at Nehalem Bay
Western snowy plover chick hatches at Nehalem Bay
First in more than three decades
Fish, off
Fish, off
Spring Chinook numbers uncertain in Lower Columbia River
Housing crunch in mind, Seaside OKs zone change
Housing crunch in mind, Seaside OKs zone change
Property could yield 40 units
9th Circuit debates ‘ag gag’ law
9th Circuit debates ‘ag gag’ law
Judges from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals questioned the constitutionality of an Idaho law criminalizing secret recordings of farms
Three vie for Warrenton appointment
Three vie for Warrenton appointment
Vacancy after Balensifer named mayor
Cannon Beach tests time limits on parking
Cannon Beach tests time limits on parking
Dowtown streets will have a three-hour limit

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