The Astor Street Opry Co. is focused on fundraising for an indoor bathroom, ticket office and rehearsal space.
This spring, the U.S. Coast Guard has responded to nine calls about oil spills off the Oregon and Wa
A report into former interim Executive Director Mike Weston will soon be released.
Application withdrawn for controlling burrowing shrimp in Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor
Two more Clatsop Community College students were selected for the All-Oregon Academic Team.
One local man's early morning trip to jail was temporarily delayed when the police cruiser he was riding in collided with an elk.
No moratorium on dune grading in Cannon Beach
Bids came in higher than expected
On the record
Since Friday, the region has experienced thousands of tiny earthquakes — a sign that magma is moving toward the surface.
Buy tickets now for The Harbor Soup Bowl event May 16
Sign up for pain education class May 8
Science on Tap set for Thursday
The Port of Astoria started putting up fences against sea lions Friday.
Students from Astoria and Seaside high schools take part in final simulation for Community Emergency Response Team programs.
City Council rejects new food cart next to the Bowpicker
Several students at Clatsop Community College were honored late last month for their research.
The Warrenton-Hammond School Board features one contested race, possibly by accident.
The Oregon coast coho has been protected as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act since 2008.
The Seaside Civic and Convention Center is exploring new ideas regarding the expansion and how it will be paid for, following concerns from residents about a suggested sales tax and the lack of infrastructure to support the project.
Astoria mayor available to listen to public concerns
City Council had been reluctant to identify a site
The Adolescent Mind & Body Health Seminar comes to Clatsop Community College May 8 and 9.
Federal agency should have done more to protect wetlands, suit claims
On the record
Chinook season will reopen for one day on Saturday and again from May 16 through June 15 on the lower Columbia, from Tongue Point upstream to Bonneville Dam.
U.S. Marine surprises his family with his return
Spring Unveiling is a good reminder that the work of professional artists doesn't often fit into nice little categories.
Astoria School Board incumbents Shawn Helligso and Martin Dursse are once again on the same schedule.