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Astoria Planning Commission Hearing for Extension Request for Conditional Use

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Astoria – The City of Astoria Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 immediately following the Traffic Safety Committee meeting at 7:00 p.m., at the Astoria Senior Center, 1111 Exchange Street,, Astoria.  The purpose of the hearing is to consider the following request(s):  {{more}} 1.     Extension Request for Conditional Use […]

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Astoria Paving Project

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Bayview Transit Mix, Inc., contractor for the City of Astoria 2009 Paving Project has scheduled paving work next week at the following locations:   Monday, September 12th    Nimitz Drive – One lane traffic only Tuesday, September 13th      9th Street from Commercial to Duane 14th Street from Commercial to Duane Lexington Avenue from 15th […]

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Police Ask For Tip on Poachers

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The Oregon State Police (OSP) Fish & Wildlife Division troopers are asking for help to identify the those responsible for the illegal killing of four elk, found late August near Wolf Creek Road off Highway 26. A reward of up to $250 is offered by the Oregon Hunters Association Turn-in-Poacher (T.I.P.) reward program for information […]

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Healthful Tips For The New School Year

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Healthful Tips For The New School Year

By Jay Rosenbloom, M.D. The madness has begun. Jump ropes and jump drives are in full use as students of all ages return to campuses and schoolyards. With preparation and good common sense advice, back-to-school time can be, well, elementary.  {{more}} –          Back-to-School blues: Change in routines, tight household budgets, peer pressure and uncertainty about […]

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Warmer Weather Heightens Fire Danger in Clatsop Forests

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Warmer Weather Heightens Fire Danger in Clatsop Forests

Astoria – OHV/ATV restrictions for Clatsop ForestsThe Astoria District for the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) reports that dry east winds are driving relative humidity numbers down to dangerous levels. According to ODF spokesperson for the Astoria District, Ashley Lertora, history shows that when relative humidity numbers in the forests are less than 30 percent, […]

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Annual Wheels N Waves Crests In Seaside This Weekend

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 Seaside – Thursday, September 8th, 4:00pm Approximately 70 Hot Rods will cruise to the Senior Living Centers. Necanicum Village will mark the end of the tour with a BBQ for the car participants. Residents can visit and look at the cars of their past. Friday, September 9th, 10am to 8pm Vehicles will be displayed at […]

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Sauvie Island Death Continues to be Investigated

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The reported drowning death of a Forest Grove-area man at Collins Beach on Sauvie Island continues to be investigated, according to the Oregon State Police (OSP). According to OSP Trooper Billy Bush, on September 4, 2011 at approximately 8:00 p.m. OSP and Columbia County deputies responded to the northern end of Collins Beach regarding a […]

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Seaside Byron Award Nominations Sought

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Seaside Byron Award Nominations Sought

The Seaside Chamber of Commerce  has announced nominations for the 2011 Byron Award is now open. The award is presented by the Chamber each year to a Seaside resident who has shown outstanding effort in community service. It is awarded based on volunteering time, talent and energy for the betterment of Seaside. The award is […]

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State of Oregon wins 2011 Digital Government Achievement Awards

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Salem, Oregon – Two State of Oregon websites received awards from the Center for Digital Government’s 2011 Digital Government Achievement Awards Program, it was announced today. Oregon was honored with the Government to Citizen Award for its open data website, Data.Oregon.gov, and the Government to Business Award for the Oregon e-permitting website. “Our goal is […]

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Loaded Log Truck Overturns, Damages Hebo Bar & Grill

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Loaded Log Truck Overturns, Damages Hebo Bar & Grill

Oregon State Police –  A Tillamook-area man received minor injuries Thursday afternoon when he lost control of the log truck he was driving on Highway 101 in Hebo while negotiating a left curve, overturned and damaged the Hebo Bar & Grill. Highway 101 was restricted to one lane of travel for approximately two hours while […]

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