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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).

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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SEASIDE — The last of three osprey chicks in a Seaside nest that is the subject of a popular online livestream died sometime Wednesday night.

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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…

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The finalists for Clatsop County manager were screened on Monday at public meet-and-greet events and private interviews.

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In the 1950s, developers behind the John Jacob Astor Hotel painted the downtown landmark pink in hopes of drawing visitors.