The Oregon Health Authority has issued a recreational use health advisory for Cullaby Lake due to the presence of a cyanobacterial (harmful algae) bloom and cyanotoxins (harmful algae toxins).
Workers hired by the state to give in-home care for some of Oregon’s most vulnerable say the Oregon Department of Human Services is repeatedly not paying them on time.
- ICE detains man at Astoria courthouse
- Business leaders respond to safety concerns in downtown Astoria
- Warrenton subdivision project stalls
- Writer believes his Astoria tale inspired 'Goonies'
- Water under the bridge: Clatsop County woman named Miss Oregon
- Astoria approves bid for Ocean View Cemetery master plan
- Everyday People: Astoria man reflects on lessons from loss
- #TimberUnity finds a voice after cap and trade
- Apartment complex near Astoria Riverwalk moves forward
- Obituary: Dewey Deane Johnson
The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners has asked the state to delay a controversial timber sale near Arch Cape.
Screenplay that mirrors popular movie
Federal immigration agents detained a man at the Clatsop County Courthouse in Astoria on Thursday after spraying people who were trying to escort him away.
Issues tied to homelessness
SALEM — An Oregon trade group has announced that it will no longer push to put a landmark business tax to raise money for the state’s public schools on the ballot.
The Port of Astoria will accept the state’s decision on the cleanup of fuel pollution on the central waterfront and negotiate a multimillion-dollar settlement with oil companies.
An old metal fire escape is coming off the front of the historic Waldorf Hotel, making it among the first visible changes as the downtown building transitions from abandoned to remodeled, aff…
Environmental firm Maul Foster Alongi is seeking a conditional use permit to begin the long-awaited cleanup of the former Astoria Marine Construction Co. shipyard on the Lewis and Clark River.
WARRENTON — A controversial subdivision project may have to start over.
Two candidates for Astoria’s long-vacant community development director post will be introduced at a public meet-and-greet event on July 30.
A planned apartment complex near the Astoria Riverwalk that will combine workforce housing and vacation rentals passed its final city hurdle Tuesday.
The Historic Landmarks Commission approved exterior alterations to the Liberty Theatre on Tuesday night.
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Development of a master plan for Astoria’s Ocean View Cemetery took another step forward Monday.
SALEM — When Republican senators fled the state in June to avoid voting on controversial legislation, they were gone for nine days.
Different ship, same mission
Phil Morgan finds guidance in the wisdom of a story by Thich Nhat Hanh, a Vietnamese Buddhist monk and peace activist, about washing dishes.
The failure of cap and trade in Salem was a victory for the emerging #TimberUnity movement. Now activists are using the momentum to keep people engaged on issues that often divide rural and ur…
Congregants at First Presbyterian Church are purchasing a building downtown with plans to create affordable and workforce housing.
New license meant to curb illegal rentals
A 12-unit apartment complex on Alameda Avenue, formerly used as a sober-living facility for Klean Treatment Centers, will become market-rate apartments after being sold.
Oregon’s weirdest predator, the first of its kind in the state, was found in a museum drawer. A piece of it, anyway.
Plans to build a 66-unit apartment complex that would blend workforce housing with vacation rentals passed muster in front of the Astoria Design Review Committee on Thursday.
An entrepreneur who wants to revive the Salvage Chief for disaster response blames Clatsop County staff for killing a bill that would have provided $1.9 million in state money for the project.
A teenager was driving a vehicle down a logging road on Saturday night when a motorcyclist struck the vehicle head on, authorities said.
SEASIDE — The last of three osprey chicks in a Seaside nest that is the subject of a popular online livestream died sometime Wednesday night.
The Coast Guard cutter Elm is scheduled to arrive around 10 a.m. Monday in Astoria, where it will be homeported at North Tongue Point.
The New Youngs Bay Bridge was temporarily closed on Wednesday afternoon due to two crashes.
When was the last time you pulled into a national park and found yourself surrounded by hundreds of pounds of dog fur, baseball-sized paws and slobbery pink tongues? For those who attended Sea…
City to finally take ownership
Clatsop County beaches from Seaside to the Columbia River will be closed to razor clamming beginning Monday.
Clatsop County is accepting applications for two open seats on the Planning Commission.
WARRENTON — Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10580 believes it has found the perfect location for its headquarters: The old library building in Hammond.
Clatsop County commissioners have hired a new county manager.
The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners is accepting applications for a position on the Northwest Oregon Area Commission on Transportation.
As Southern California recovers from two massive earthquakes, a magnitude 6.4 on July 4, and a 7.1 the following day, Oregonians are likely wondering when the Pacific Northwest will get its ne…
The Oregon Health Authority will stick with one coordinated care organization to oversee Medicaid in Clatsop, Columbia and Tillamook counties.
Grocery Outlet hopes to build a store next to the new Astoria Co+op.
A motorcyclist was killed on Saturday night in a head-on collision with a vehicle on a logging road.
An Astoria man was seriously injured Monday afternoon after running into traffic near W. Marine Drive and Portway Street.
A portion of Oregon’s southern coast is open again to razor clam harvesting.