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WARRENTON — The Planning Commission has unanimously recommended approval of a conditional use permit for a 70-bed dormitory near Hammond for Pacific Seafood workers.

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The Astoria Scandinavian Heritage Association has received a $20,000 grant from the state Heritage Commission to help with construction of the Astoria Nordic Heritage Park.

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WARRENTON — Already one of the 15 largest cities in Oregon by area at more than 17 square miles, Warrenton sends about one-third of the water it treats to customers outside city limits, mostly…

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SALEM — After revealing last month that it will take $4 billion to improve the state’s ability to respond to catastrophic wildfires, Gov. Kate Brown’s Council on Wildfire Response on Tuesday r…

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Astoria City Councilor Tom Brownson is holding a "Meet Your Councilor" event at 9 a.m. on Saturday at 3 Cups Coffee, 279 W. Marine Drive.

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Several businesses reported a man named "Matt" representing himself as an employee of The Astorian sought to collect money for a classified help wanted ad and a Clatsop County Relocation Guide ad.

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The spacious corner suite of the Norblad Building has gone through several iterations since 1923, from a bank branch and a cooperative grocery to a nonprofit thrift store to the site of a prop…

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RAYMOND, Wash. — Jerry Bowman begins each tour by eagerly creating a perspective for what life was like in the late 1800s. He draws visitors into the time period with the infectious manner in …

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The estate of the late Robert “Jake” Jacob has donated $25,000 to Columbia Riverkeeper, a nonprofit that protects and restores the Columbia River.

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The Astoria City Council narrowly approved the sale of two platted piers in the Mill Pond Village neighborhood to developer John Dulcich, emphasizing property tax revenue over the views of neighbors.

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Reveille Ciderworks is pausing development of a new taproom and theater as it expands its wholesale business with the help of a state grant and a new distribution agreement with Fort George Brewery.

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WARRENTON — Each Douglas fir and western hemlock entering Hampton Lumber’s mill runs through several scanners as it’s broken down from a tree trunk into boards. As much of the log as possible …