Cannon Beach honored as Tree City USA.
The overwhelming turnout at Wednesday's public hearing compelled the hearing officer to pick up publ
A Troutdale contractor has taken over for Shawn Helligso and Mark Cary at the Red Building.
For young members of 4-H and Future Farmers of America, the evening livestock auction at the Pacific
A proposed ordinance to curtail future dune grading until a sand management plan can be put in place was adopted by the Cannon Beach City Council. The proposal comes after a plan to allow dune grading at Breakers Point was approved by the Planning...
Civil War encampments are open at 9 a.m. every day Labor Day weekend.
Final event in series
September is now Oregon's and America's National Preparedness Month.
WFCU matching donations to wildfire relief fund
Clatsop County's burn ban was lifted starting Thursday, so the Civil War re-enactment's battles and campfires are back on.
Mays is former city manager of Cannon Beach
The local guys got the nod to run the Astoria Riverwalk Inn.
Point of View: Labor Day
Tickets available for conservative picnic Sept. 12
Maritime museum shows movie Friday
Significant upgrades planned
Meeting scheduled for Thursday and Friday
The living history reenactment will continue with prices dropped.
A public hearing conducted by a hearing officer is scheduled for Wednesday evening at the Warrenton Community Center.
City has no regulatory say over the $6 billion project
Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force makes an arrest
Magistate had ruled claim against Army Corps came too late
On the record
Sturgeon ban rescinded
A storm walloped the Lower Columbia region this weekend.
Rain and high winds can't stop the "Oregonian spirit" as runners complete the legendary Hood to Coast race.
The Astoria Column's cover was blown off during the windstorm Saturday. But the restoration project is still on track to be finished by late September.