Lewis and Clark National Historical Park monitors seven vital signs, which include elk, landbirds, marine intertidal, landscape dynamics, forest vegetation, water quality and climate change.
A child in Seaside was found.
Helping Hands' plan to use the Hyak Building in Seaside for part of its re-entry program has been ch
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Weekend Best Bets for Friday March 76 to Sunday March 29.
CLA Estate Services holds workshop for seniors April 13
Sign up for apple-grafting class
The deadline is April 15 for qualified senior citizens seeking property tax deferral.
Because of a reporter's error, the relationship between two partners in the Smoke 'N Vape Bloc was incorrect in a Thursday business story.
Recall vote appears to fail
Dam removal in Warrenton draws concern from property owners
On Monday, five flags were returned to the Astoria-based nonprofit OBON 2015, created by local historian and author Rex Ziak and his wif,e Keiko Ziak. OBON 2015 will then attempt to locate the families in Japan.
Oregon and Washington fish managers making key decisions about 2015 commercial seasons
Pacific County Republicans tuck into generous dinner helpings amid small-government messages
As of this morning, at total of 464 ballots, or 50.16 percent, were received out of 925 eligible voters.
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The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners approved a letter Wednesday to U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) for his support extending the federal Special Diabetes Program, which supports research into diabetes cures.
School closes April 8, 9 and 10 for parent-teacher conferences.
Rep. Suzanne Bonamici to participate in SOLVE cleanup
Pacific County undersheriff fired Monday: Sheriff Scott Johnson says painful decision wasn’t because of any misconduct
Once seen as close ally to sheriff, South Bend resident dismissed for undisclosed reasons
Humans, sea lions and seals alike are sharing in the bounty of the Columbia River.
Point of View: Spring break
Several local schools are working to bring back local chess opportunities.
Climate change and food shortages are behind an increased push of pinnipeds into the Columbia River.
Warrenton City Commission recognizes resident, police officer for courage
The nearly 100-mile-per-hour chase ended in Cannon Beach, where police set up a spike strip on the highway.
Land Use Board of Appeals to soon announce a decision regarding Shannon Smith's appeal against the city of Gearhart.
Firefighters Museum opening for spring break
Internet fraud class offered