Medix Ambulance Service is celebrating it’s 40th anniversary this year.
The District Attorney’s Office is putting out a warning to people that if they are a mandator
Who's not there?
Goonies fliming locations appear on Huffington Post
State Rep. Deborah Boone hopes to make the Oregon Resilience Plan a deeper state priority.
A three-unit apartment building on the Haystack Gardens site may go up before the year is out.
Seaside High School's culinary students will prepare a five-course meal for the Brewers Dinner March 6, the night before Pouring at the Coast, a craft beer festival.
Like a vehicle, a Steinway concert grand gets its 50,000 mile maintenance
Weekend Best Bets for Feb. 27 through March 1.
The Alert, a Coast Guard cutter homeported in Astoria, encountered the struggling turtles while on patrol Feb. 10 in the eastern Pacific
New hydroelectric turbine could help save water ratepayers money
State Sen. Betsy Johnson is the chief sponsor of 26 bills, among them one at the request of local developer Floyd Holcom.
Work on Astoria-Megler Bridge starts up again
An Astoria High School senior took home the prestigious award.
A 1980s-themed trade convention is joining the Goonies 30th anniversary celebration.
The Sunset Park and Recreation District is planning its annual Daddy and Daughter dance.
Another record year for salmon returns predicted
Oregon law allows for the crossing of streets at any intersection, whether a marked crosswalk or not, according to police. The law also requires pedestrians to exercise due care.
A clubhouse at the Clatsop County Fairgrounds is changing ownership to help the previous owner, the 4-H Leaders Association, save on insurance costs and have more funds for scholarship programs.
Seaside High School will present "Footloose" as its spring musical.
Astoria Riverfront Trolley has new schedule, needs volunteers
ODFW holds art competition
AARP driving classes start March 3
City of Cannon Beach invites grant applications
Childbirth preparation class set for March 7
Incorrect date in horoscope
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife approved the dig at Long Beach and Twin Harbors after marine toxin tests showed the clams are safe to eat.
Seal bitten in half near Ocean Shores in Grays Harbor County
On Friday, Mr. AHS (Astoria High School) raises money for Doernbecher Children's Hospital.