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In observance of Memorial Day on Monday, all federal, state, county and city offices and services, including Astoria, Warrenton, Gearhart, Seaside and Cannon Beach city halls, are closed. All U.S. post offices are closed, and there is no mail delivery.

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SALEM — Democrats in the state Legislature pushed through a gun control bill Thursday after they sacrificed a more sweeping one — to the ire of student activists — in a deal with minority Repu…

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Saddle Mountain State Natural Area will be closed next week so crews can remove a dilapidated garage, clear debris and take care of maintenance at the park.

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KNAPPA — The Knappa Water Association is flushing mains from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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A jury on Thursday unanimously found Adeena Copell guilty of the 2016 murder of a Newport man by aiding and abetting her boyfriend, Christian Wilkins, with the crime.

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Heidi Wintermute, a school psychologist, defeated incumbent David Oser, a retired chief financial officer from regional lender Craft3, in the race Tuesday for Position 2 on the Astoria School Board.

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Commissioner Bill Hunsinger, who emerged as the primary critic of the Port of Astoria’s leadership and financial management, lost his reelection bid on Tuesday to challenger Scott McClaine, a …

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Challenger Sara Meyer defeated incumbent Andrea Mazzarella on Tuesday in the race for Zone 2, Position 2 on the Clatsop Community College Board covering Astoria and outlying neighborhoods.

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A contractor working for the Oregon Department of Transportation will be removing and replacing the traffic separator island on Roosevelt Drive (U.S. Highway) 101 between 10th Avenue and 12th …

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Thiel’s Music Center, a staple in downtown Astoria since 1974, has closed its Commercial Street store but hopes to reopen at a different location this summer.

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SALEM — Oregon’s carbon cap-and-trade proposal passed out of its legislative committee on a party-line vote Friday, setting it up as the next landmark piece of legislation to pass in the 2019 …

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As of Friday afternoon, nobody had announced their candidacy for the Clatsop Community College Board positions representing Warrenton and South County, leaving the spots likely be chosen by ap…

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The defense attorney for Adeena Copell, the woman accused of helping her boyfriend kill a Newport man, painted her on Friday as a victim trapped between the killing of a friend and the love fo…

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Two Warrenton residents could face multiple charges after a yearlong investigation into possible drug-related activities at their house ended with arrests Thursday.

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Critics and proponents agree that recently passed legislation intended to shield Oregon from federal “rollbacks” of environmental regulations is meant to send a message.

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SALEM — Oregon wildlife officials are backing a proposal by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to lift endangered species protections for gray wolves in the Lower 48 states.

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SALEM — Oregonians are in line for a big personal income tax credit, in the form of a unique “kicker” rebate, when they file their taxes in 2020.