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The Federal Trade Commission has issued a warning about a text messaging scam involving people posing as government coronavirus contact tracers.

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SEASIDE — When the City Council voted in April to return first quarter lodging taxes to hotels and vacation rentals to help during the coronavirus pandemic , the city notified Airbnb and other…

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Clatsop County reported Friday that two women and a man living in the northern part of the county tested positive for the coronavirus.

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With a forecast for the lowest return of upriver Chinook salmon in 21 years and at the urging of both commercial and recreational fishermen, Oregon and Washington state fishery managers have c…

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The annual Memorial Day service at Maritime Memorial Park in Uniontown has been canceled this year, but the community can still enjoy the longtime tradition.

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Another 200 people in Clatsop County filed for unemployment last week, bringing the county’s initial claims above 4,000 since coronavirus restrictions began in mid-March.

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CANNON BEACH — Eager to help businesses rebound during the coronavirus pandemic, the City Council will allow restaurants to set up tables in parking lots or malls and has asked city staff to d…

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Clatsop County reported Wednesday that a man living in the northern part of the county tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Astoria estimates a minimum wage increase from $11.25 to $12 an hour in July will cost the city an extra $62,000 in raises for the small army of part-time staff who run parks programs, along w…

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Tillamook Mayor Suzanne Weber and Debbie Boothe-Schmidt, a Clatsop County trial assistant, will square off in the November election to replace state Rep. Tiffiny Mitchell in House District 32.

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Clatsop County typically releases most results on election night. But the county clerk revised the reporting timeline for the May election, citing the coronavirus pandemic as the reason.

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Journalists at The Astorian were honored this week with two awards from the Society of Professional Journalists' Northwest Excellence in Journalism contest.

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Two of the North Coast’s largest seafood processors have reopened in time for one of Oregon’s biggest fisheries after an outbreak of the coronavirus among workers.

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SEASIDE — Bruce and Tammi Rath were eagerly planning to reopen Captain Kid Amusement Park over the weekend after being closed since March because of the coronavirus.

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Clatsop County reported that a man living in the northern part of the county has tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Clatsop County will regulate outdoor lighting to address nuisances caused by excessive light that casts glare onto properties, rights of way or the night sky.

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