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The Astoria City Council on Tuesday approved a 15-year tax break for Fort George Brewery, which is redeveloping the former Astoria Warehousing near Uniontown to use for brewing, canning and di…

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The Astoria City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to uphold the denial of a Grocery Outlet over concerns about whether a new store would fit on a constrained, triangular lot off Marine Drive.

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State Sen. Betsy Johnson blasted what she described as a last-minute suggestion to amend the cap-and-trade bill to benefit pulp and paper mills.

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No. 10 Medical Ventures, owners of the new kidney dialysis center being built at Sixth Street and Marine Drive, has sold the development for $4.4 million to a family trust as the project nears…

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WARRENTON — Nobody in Warrenton seems to like a mostly unenforced city code requiring apartments to have carports.

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Sport fishermen will get a slightly bigger cut of the spring Chinook run this year as Oregon and Washington state work to keep regulations the same for both sides of the Columbia River.

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SALEM — Experts say the big one is coming to the Pacific Northwest: a massive earthquake that will cause buildings and bridges to collapse and unleash a tsunami that will devastate the coast.

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A group that wants to bring back wild sea otters to the Oregon Coast is taking a big step forward. The federal government has awarded them a grant to launch a feasibility study for a possible …

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In observance of Presidents Day on Monday, all federal, state, county and city offices and services, including Astoria, Warrenton, Gearhart, Seaside and Cannon Beach city halls, are closed. Al…

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After nearly a month on the bench, Beau Peterson is settling in as the new Clatsop County Circuit Court judge .

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SALEM — Cities struggling with homelessness are expected to be one of the biggest beneficiaries under legislation sponsored by state House Speaker Tina Kotek. But not every city official fully…

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SALEM — The semi-independent Oregon agency overseeing tourism initiatives should be more transparent about managers’ pay and strengthen controls on contracting, Secretary of State Bev Clarno s…

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SALEM — Lawmakers have changed the plan to cut back on the state’s greenhouse gas emissions to ease the impact on rural Oregon and adopt elements proposed by #TimberUnity.

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During a digital town hall on Tuesday night, state Rep. Tiffiny Mitchell answered a variety of questions from constituents, but her support for cap and trade took center stage.

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WARRENTON — The City Commission on Tuesday approved the creation of the Chelsea Gardens neighborhood and passed a host of other code changes meant to increase the region’s housing stock.

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SALEM — Activists seeking to clean Oregon’s environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions turned out by the hundreds at the state Capitol on Tuesday, pushing legislators to move ahead with …

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SALEM — A deal between Oregon’s timber industry and environmentalists to protect forest waters, modernize logging regulations and create a new conservation plan was announced Monday by Gov. Ka…

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An Idaho man found guilty of brutally attacking a transgender woman near Newport last year has been banned from all state parks in Lincoln County.

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SALEM — An Oregon activist group that opposes a state plan to clamp down on greenhouse gas emissions presented Gov. Kate Brown on Thursday with its own ideas of how to cut emissions.

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OLYMPIA, Wash. — The Washington Legislature has mandated renewable electricity, subsidized the purchase of electric vehicles and dictated how much energy air compressors, generators and other …