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Prineville residents get creative trying to deter deer
Local officials opted against fines
Marijuana boom brings jobs, complaints to Josephine County
Three dozen new grow licenses cropped up over summer
Bus will help students with after-school activities
The Astoria School District is providing a bus for kids who need to stay after school.
Correction: Aug. 29, 2016
Public works director developing a request for proposals
Paving work this week in Astoria
Paving planned, starts Wednesday
Washington lifts mark-selective rule for two days in Buoy 10 fishery
Chinook catch lower than expected
Hunting, fishing licenses on sale again in Washington state
Hunting, fishing licenses on sale again in Washington state
Investigators look into hacking
Going to the dogs in celebration of National Dog Day
Going to the dogs in celebration of National Dog Day
Today is National Dog Day
Warrenton confronts costly cracks in water, sewer pipes
Warrenton confronts costly cracks in water, sewer pipes
Warrenton confronts costly cracks in water and sewage pipes.
Smith gets life for Cannon Beach horror
Smith gets life for Cannon Beach horror
In tragedy, a father finds inspiration from daughters
Paddlers celebrate park centennial
Paddlers celebrate park centennial
The gathering of canoes and kayaks was the most seen on the river for a park-sponsored event.
Panda Express coming to Warrenton
Panda Express coming to Warrenton
America's largest Chinese food chain is coming to Clatsop County.
Ocean salmon season closes from Cape Falcon to Leadbetter Point
Ocean salmon season closes
Best Bets: Aug. 26, 2016
Best Bets: Aug. 26, 2016
Weekend Best Bets Aug. 26 to Aug. 28.
Filling Empty Bellies woman who feeds the homeless needs county license
Filling Empty Bellies woman who feeds the homeless needs county license
Buck provides free lunches downtown
Multiple agencies help in serious rollover on Highway 26
Multiple agencies help in serious rollover on Highway 26
The log truck traveled off the roadway, struck an embankment, overturned and lost the load of logs across the roadway.
Log truck accident on Hwy 26 results in serious injuries, long road closure
Log truck accident on Hwy 26 results in serious injuries, long road closure

HIGHWAY 26 — Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to a two-vehicle collision on Highway 26 near milepost 22 at 8:47 a.m. Thursday.

The preliminary investigation found a 2015 loaded log truck, operated by John Thomas...

Smith sentenced to life in prison
Smith sentenced to life in prison
Smith, who could have faced the death penalty, will serve a minimum of 40 years in prison.
Jetty A gets armored up as repairs at the mouth of the Columbia quicken
Jetty A gets armored up as repairs at the mouth of the Columbia quicken
As part of an ambitious restoration project workers have begun moving massive boulders onto Jetty A
School leaders worry about cost of lead testing
School leaders worry about cost of lead testing
District leaders understand the need for lead testing but worry about the costs
Mental health agency on better track, officials believe
Mental health agency on better track, officials believe
Strong leadership key to success
Developer appeals to save Miles Crossing project
Developer appeals to save Miles Crossing project
The Board of Commissioners will take a fresh look at the project
Oregon judge sides with state in records dispute with Oracle
Governor's spokeswoman called the decision a 'double win'
On the record: Aug. 25, 2016
On the record
Big crop seen for surplus-plagued cranberry growers
Big crop seen for surplus-plagued cranberry growers
Cranberry harvest will be up slightly in 2016, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.