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Kidnapper faces new charges in abduction of California girl
The Everett, Wash., man pleaded not guilty Friday in Clatsop County Circuit Court to 12 felony charges.

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State seeks applicants for health care advisory committee
The state needs Oregonians to help regulate and monitor health insurance company provider networks for plans sold to individuals and small businesses.
Warrenton man accused of online sex abuse
Warrenton man accused of online sex abuse
Kyle Meyer Bloom, 26, Warrenton, is accused of first-degree online sexual corruption of a child, third-degree sex abuse and use of a child in a sexually explicit display (compelling the girl to send nude images of herself).
Insurance rates drop in Lewis and Clark Fire District
Many property owners in the Lewis & Clark fire district will see a significant reduction in their insurance premiums.
Clatsop Community College prepares for nursing partnership
On June 1, prospective Clatsop Community College nursing students can learn how they'll be able to earn a bachelor's online from Oregon Health & Science University after graduating locally.
Weekend Best Bets: May 22, 2015
Weekend Best Bets: May 22, 2015
Weekend Best Bets for May 22 to May 24.
Columbia Memorial to host car show fundraiser
CMH holds car show to benefit Relay for Life
Oregon Historical Society to exhibit Heisman Trophy
Oregon Historical Society to exhibit Heisman Trophy
The Heisman Trophy given to the University of Oregon will be on exhibit at the Oregon Historical Society in Portland June 5 to 7.
City Lumber owner to take on historic, dilapidated Flavel home
City Lumber owner to take on historic, dilapidated Flavel home
City Lumber owner agrees to pay $221,901 for historic 15th Street property
Federal flood estimates could cost the North Coast
Federal flood estimates could cost the North Coast
Warrenton, Astoria and Clatsop County challenge FEMA flood maps.
Tongue Point purchase back in Port’s sights
Tongue Point purchase back in Port’s sights
The Port of Astoria's once again looking at how to buy North Tongue Point.
Get a bachelor’s in nursing, without leaving the North Coast
Get a bachelor’s in nursing, without leaving the North Coast
Students in Clatsop Community College's nursing program will soon be able to attend Oregon Health & Science University without leaving the coast.
Port parking could provide big revenue
Port parking could provide big revenue
A volunteer committee's looking at how to help the Port of Astoria make money off fishing tourists.
Public meetings: May 21, 2015
Public meetings
Warrenton man sentenced for felony hit-and-run
Warrenton man sentenced for felony hit-and-run
A jury found Paul Edward Depping, 71, Warrenton, guilty of failure to perform the duties of a driver (hit-and-run) and not guilty of fourth-degree assault following a two-day trial.
Head-on crash closes Highway 103
The road closure caused Jewell School District to start 2 hours late today.
‘Parks After Dark’ offers movies, games and beer in Astoria
Astoria Parks and Recreation Department launches a new event series for adults.
Oregon unemployment falls to pre-recession levels
Rate declined to 5.2 percent in April
OReGo urges interested drivers to visit website
OReGO needs volunteers
Memorial Day services planned for Uniontown, Fort Stevens
Memorial Day services planned for Uniontown, Fort Stevens
Services and tribute to Estella "Lolly" Rytsala set during local Memorial Day events
WDFW announces fishing rule change
Fishing rule change
Gearhart Fire Department holds fireman’s ball
Gearheart Firman's Ball set for Saturday
Port board stays same; Hazen wins Health District race
Port board stays same; Hazen wins Health District race
Three Port of Astoria commissioners cruised to victory Tuesday, while the Clatsop Care Center Health District featured the only contested race in the countywide arena.
Clyde keeps Cannon Beach fire seat
Clyde keeps Cannon Beach fire seat
Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District featured one of the only contested races in the county Tuesday.
The science of right now, right here
The science of right now, right here
An army of ninth-graders from Astoria High School descended into the swamps last week.
Public meetings: May 20, 2015
Public meetings