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Two hikers rescued near Hug Point
The Coast Guard airlifted two female hikers to safety after the tide cut them off from the beach.

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Electrical failure caused Warrenton triplex fire
An electrical failure in circuit wiring was found in the remains of the exterior wall and is believed to be the cause.
Man gets 29 years for assaulting mother, law enforcement
Man gets 29 years for assaulting mother, law enforcement
Ole Marvin Hayne, 54, was found guilty last month on all charges after a trial where he represented himself, instead of hiring a lawyer or having one appointed.
Shell icebreaker bound for Portland
Shell icebreaker bound for Portland
The icebrreaker MSV Fennica passed through Astoria tonight.
Shell icebreaker bound for Portland
Shell icebreaker bound for Portland
Protests are expected to greet vessel
Plea deal reached on sex abuse allegations
Plea deal reached on sex abuse allegations
Michel Thomas Mitchell, 45, Astoria, entered an Alford plea to first-degree attempted sex abuse, tampering a witness and bribing a witness.
Rebuffed Riverwalk Inn suitor prepared to sue
Rebuffed Riverwalk Inn suitor prepared to sue
A rebuffed suitor for the Astoria Riverwalk Inn is prepared to sue.
Use of force: Citizen Police Academy opens dialogue with video simulation
Use of force: Citizen Police Academy opens dialogue with video simulation
For the first time since the academy started in 2001, the dozen participants had the chance to go through a use of force simulation and have a conversation with Chief Brad Johnston on use-of-force issues.
Warrenton faces church-state issue
Warrenton faces church-state issue
The City Commission will discuss at its July 28 meeting whether to fund the church-operated Warrenton Food Bank Pantry.
It’s no surprise; it’s dry
Unusually dry conditions in Clatsop County.
In One Ear: Will they or won’t they?
In One Ear: Will they or won’t they?
Goonie 2 news?
Parting shot
Parting shot
Parting shot
Best Bets: July 24, 2015
Weekend Best Bets for July 24 to July 26.
CMH encourages employers to support breastfeeding
CMH recognizes Breastfeeding Week
Coho salmon caught in Lower Columbia must be released under new fishing rule
A new rule issued Thursday specifically states that anglers must release any coho caught in waters currently open to salmon fishing from the Astoria Bridge to a point nearly 300 miles upstream on the Columbia River.
Pelican Brewing flies to Cannon Beach
Pelican Brewing flies to Cannon Beach
Pelican Brewing Co. plans to be up and running by spring.
Dueling lawsuits: Log exporters take beefs to court
Dueling lawsuits: Log exporters take beefs to court
Both sides allege breaches of a contract they entered into in January 2014.
Rainier students battle zombies at survival camp
Rainier students battle zombies at survival camp
It was all part of the school’s weeklong survival camp, which merged science, technology, engineering, art and math concepts with survival skills and physical activity.
Port worries about dangerous mix of log trucks, cars, people
Port worries about dangerous mix of log trucks, cars, people
The Pier 3 parking lot on the Astoria Riverwalk could be closed for safety reasons.
Councilors to allocate room tax funds
An increase in the room tax fuels discussion of where they should be spent.
Clatsop County in crisis on mental health, district attorney warns
Clatsop County in crisis on mental health, district attorney warns
Public focus magnified after suicide
County’s high C-section rate sparks questions
County’s high C-section rate sparks questions
What is driving the high rate of cesarean births in Clatsop County - and the state as a whole - and what can be done to safely lower it?
Holy scrap! Oregon takes up the ‘Row by Row’ quilting challenge
Holy scrap! Oregon takes up the ‘Row by Row’ quilting challenge
People go from quilt shop to quilt shop to have the Row by Row Experience, an annual quilting craze that has spread to all 50 states and every Canadian province.
Local family to take on Riverwalk Inn
Local family to take on Riverwalk Inn
The Astoria Riverwalk Inn has a new operator.
Point of View: Bring back the ferry?
Point of View: Bring back the ferry?
Point of View: Tourist 2?
Shrimping vessel sinks near Tillamook
A vessel carrying 10,000 pounds of shrimp sank Tuesday in Tillamook Bay.