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Soil survey and mapping workshop planned
Register soon for OSU Extension workshops
Astoria Column closed through September
Astoria Column closed through September
Restoration work more complex than expected
Basking in the glow: Summer in Seaside
Basking in the glow: Summer in Seaside
North Coast teems with refuges from inland
Ilwaco, South Bend ban personal fireworks because of fire danger
Citing an unusually dry June and increased fire danger, two cities in Pacific County have decided to ban private fireworks.
The last straw: City of Astoria, property owner clash over bales
The last straw: City of Astoria, property owner clash over bales
Fire chief saw a fire hazard in the "mountain" of landscaping straw.
Man still wants to arrest Astoria mayor, City Council
Man still wants to arrest Astoria mayor, City Council
Man has accused councilors of corruption
Talking about sexuality: Adolescent Sexuality Conference, Teen Coalition plan next steps
Talking about sexuality: Adolescent Sexuality Conference, Teen Coalition plan next steps
Adolescent Sexuality Conference organizers plan for the future, while the recently formed Clatsop Teen Wellness Coalition seeks to provide education on how to communicate with youth on topics of health, wellness, safety and sexuality.
On the record: June 30, 2015
On the record
National park paving to cause closures
A pavement resurfacing project at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park will cause closures this week.
Cannon Beach to consider allocation of room tax funds
The Cannon Beach City Council seeks to clarify the use of funds from the new 1 percent room tax.
Baeten returns to real estate
Baeten returns to real estate
Enola Baeten joins Pete Anderson Realty Inc.
Everyday People: New man at the helm for Fishermen soccer
Everyday People: New man at the helm for Fishermen soccer
Fastabend takes over Astoria soccer
Living on the margins, couple faces difficult choice
Struggling couple fear they might lose children
Warming center finds new home
Warming center finds new home
Shelter will open on cold nights starting in November.
Correction: June 29, 2015
Correction
Nehalem Chinook salmon season nears
Bag limit jumps from one to two per day starting mid September
Campaign launched to reduce underage drinking
Campaign results will be reported in the spring of 2016.
Congregation Beit Salmon hosts rabbinical internship
Congregation Beit Salmon hosts rabbincal internship
Providence Seaside offers pain education
Pain education class offered
Pesticide safety class scheduled
Pesticide Applicators Safety and Recertification Class offered
Applications available for Head Start
Head Start taking applications
Miss Oregon crowned in Seaside
Miss Oregon crowned in Seaside
Portland's Ali Wallace goes on to Miss America
Ilwaco bans personal fireworks because of fire danger
Citing an unusually dry June and increased fire danger, two cities in Pacific County have decided to ban private fireworks.
Several Clatsop County bridges are structurally deficient, report finds
Several Clatsop County bridges are structurally deficient, report finds
Quite a few bridges are in need of a lot of work in Clatsop County.
For globe-trotting opera singer, the Northwest feels like home
For globe-trotting opera singer, the Northwest feels like home
This weekend, Angela Meade will take a break from her globe-trotting lifestyle to make her fourth appearance at the Astoria Music Festival.