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On the record: May 5, 2016
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Peninsula clamming ends Sunday to protect rare birds
Peninsula clamming ends Sunday to protect rare birds
The decision to end the season here while it continues elsewhere on the Washington coast until at least May 22 was driven in part by avoiding human impacts to two rare birds species that nest at Leadbetter Point, the Washington Department of Fish and...
Coast Guard warns of consequences for false mayday calls
Coast Guard Sector Columbia River Command Center personnel received four potentially false mayday calls in a recent two-week period.
Cullaby Lake cabin destroyed in fire
Cullaby Lake cabin destroyed in fire
The cabin was fully engulfed in flames.
On the record: May 6, 2016
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Children’s mental health showcased at resource fair Thursday
National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day resource fair is Thursday
Fresh veggies from the food bank
Mobile Produce Pantry starts Thursday
Too much tech? Learn more about it
Technology and the developing brain presentation set for Thursday
Arch Cape takes county to task over design review
Arch Cape takes county to task over design review
Citizen appeals county's decision to dissolve Arch Cape committee
Animal welfare group sues Coast Guard
Animal welfare group sues Coast Guard
The Coast Guard is being sued by an animal welfare group claiming the agency is stifling First Amendment rights to document animal-killing.
Seaside School District’s race to safety
Seaside School District’s race to safety
Superintendent Doug Dougherty reveals a timeline for a new school bond proposal
Cruise ahoy! Busy summer ahead in Astoria
Cruise ahoy! Busy summer ahead in Astoria
Cruise ship season starts with two ships tomorrow.
City Council approves property sale
City Council approves property sale
Previous sales have been controversial
On the record: May 3, 2016
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High school art show raises funds for Haiti
An Astoria High School art show will support a graduate's efforts to help Haiti recover from a 2010 earthquake.
Annual broombuster event targets aggressive shrub
Cannon Beach Broombuster event set for Saturday
Few fish bite, but derby still delights
Few fish bite, but derby still delights
Astoria High School's fishing derby provided few bites Saturday, but nonetheless a fun family outing.
Everyday People: Astorian hopes to make history sailing the world
Everyday People: Astorian hopes to make history sailing the world
Niccolea Miouo Nance is training in Astoria for the journey of a lifetime.
For Pierce, a focus on jobs in GOP primary
For Pierce, a focus on jobs in GOP primary
Salem oncologist in primary against Alley
Burglary, arson investigated at Warrenton restaurant
Burglary, arson investigated at Warrenton restaurant
Nobody was in the restaurant, and no injuries were reported.
County receives $55,000 for emergency planning projects
The funds are part of more than $3 million in awards to local projects statewide from the State Homeland Security Program.
Ceremony to honor fallen police officers
Seaside Police Sgt. Goodding's death will be included in comments made during the ceremony and his name will be added to the Oregon Fallen Law Enforcement Officer Memorial during the 2017 ceremony.
LaMear holds monthly meeting
Mayor holds monthly gathering Wednesday
Park superintendent moving to Michigan post
Tucker, Lewis and Clark National Historical Park superintendent, will begin his new role in mid-June.
Sign up today for social media seminar
RSVP for LCHRMA "Social Media and the Workplace" seminar May 4
Regatta association to meet
Regatta meeting set for Wednesday