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Encore Dance Studio is hosting its 13th annual Cartwheels for Canned Food event at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Warrenton studio, 737 E. Harbor Drive. The program began in 2008 as a way to offer a …

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The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon is offering free spay/neuter services in February for feral and stray cats. This special is in honor of Spay/Neuter Awareness Month and World Spay Day on Feb. 25.

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The Sunset Empire Transportation District has announced that its annual Ridership Appreciation Day is Tuesday, when it offers free bus service on all regular routes within Clatsop County in a …

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The Reser Family Foundation recently awarded a $5,000 grant to local nonprofit Spruce Up Warrenton, with an additional $5,000 offered as a 1:1 match for any community donations.

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Artists are invited to compete in one or all three of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s 2021 stamp art competitions. The winning artist in each contest receives a $2,000 award.

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Astoria Nordic Heritage Park committee members cheered as committee chairwoman Judi Lampi gave Astoria Scandinavian Heritage Association President Loran Mathews $99.01 in cash, bringing the to…

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Local citizen group and nonprofit Spruce Up Warrenton presented a certificate of appreciation to Cindy Yingst at its monthly meeting in January — the first award presented by the committee.

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Fort George Benefit Night, which is being held in the brewery's upstairs dining room, starting at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, is raising funds for The Harbor, a Clatsop County advocacy center.

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Churchill Mortgage, which is opening an office in Astoria in March, recently delivered Sackcloth & Ashes blanket boxes filled with essentials to the local Helping Hands outreach center. Du…

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The application process is now open for city of Astoria grant opportunities for arts and cultural programs and community service organizations. Application forms and information are available …

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CATHLAMET, Wash. — The town of Cathlamet is being awarded a grant of $7,500 from the Lewis & Clark Trail Stewardship Endowment for the design, construction and installation of two Chinook …

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SEASIDE — Angora Hiking Club member Trung Nguyen, owner of the Seaside Lodge and International Hostel at 930 N. Holladay Drive, is holding a potluck lunch at noon Wednesday, followed by a myst…

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Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is partnering with America's State Parks to offer free guided First Day Hikes in state parks across Oregon on New Year’s Day.

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Realtors at Totem Properties presented a $1,500 check to Helping Hands Reentry Outreach Centers. A portion of every property sale completed by Totem is donated to a local charity. Helping Hand…

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On Dec. 12, Sheriff Tom Bergin swore in conservative talk radio show host Lars Larson as a special deputy. ‘Thanks Lars,’ Bergin said, ‘for all the great work you do, and always keep it to the…

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Photos with Santa are available at Petco, 1619 S.E. Ensign Lane in Warrenton, from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, with a $9.95 donation to the nonprofit Angels for Sara Sanctuary.

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ILWACO, Wash. — The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is offering two free days in January: Jan. 1, which gives visitors the opportunity to take part in a First Day Hike; and Ja…

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WARRENTON — Warrenton High School music student Isabella Morrill became co-state champion at the high school level after competing in the Oregon Music Education Association state music composi…