Rides, cotton candy, snorting pigs
A $5,000 grant would help pay for the Warrenton Food Bank Pantry's operating expenses.
Contract with planner terminated
Port looking at three prospects to operate hotel
Point of View: Summer memories
Acquired through military surplus program
Philip Nelson became a Circuit Court judge in 1992, and is the longest-serving elected official in Clatsop County.
Tasha H. Van Dolah, 34, Tillamook, and Kevin John Morse, 26, Astoria, acted as lookouts during the Astoria home invasion in April.
Elizabeth Lawless has nine years experience in human resources and personnel work with various organizations.
Applications must be completed and turned in by 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 24 to be considered.
Starting Monday, Clatsop Community College offers an intensive outdoor photography camp.
To grade or not to grade the dunes — that is the question at Breakers Point in Cannon Beach.
Potential $2 million investment
Experts caution against leaving dogs in cars
City says new flood plain maps could save some homeowners money.
On the record
Convertibles needed for parade
Interested in helping someone read? The literacy tutors meet Saturday.
Starting Wednesday, Clatsop Community College offers a series of teacher workshops.
The Coast Guard airlifted two female hikers to safety after the tide cut them off from the beach.
Marcy Dunning takes an active role in the community, whether its through her work entrenched in community history at the Columbia River Maritime Museum or helping the local animal shelter.
Migrant summer school offers a leg up to area's itinerant workers.
The goal of the enforcement is to increase the safety of all pedestrians and drivers in and around the city.
An electrical failure in circuit wiring was found in the remains of the exterior wall and is believed to be the cause.
Ole Marvin Hayne, 54, was found guilty last month on all charges after a trial where he represented himself, instead of hiring a lawyer or having one appointed.
The icebrreaker MSV Fennica passed through Astoria tonight.
Protests are expected to greet vessel
Michel Thomas Mitchell, 45, Astoria, entered an Alford plea to first-degree attempted sex abuse, tampering a witness and bribing a witness.
A rebuffed suitor for the Astoria Riverwalk Inn is prepared to sue.