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Astoria Woman Dies Attempting To Cross Gladstone’s 99E

Jolene Alyce Oxley, age 24, of Astoria, was involved in a fatal pedestrian-motor vehicle accident in Gladstone Friday evening. According to Oregon State Trooper, Kimberly Long, Oxley was with a group of three people attempting to cross Highway 99E about a half mile north of Gladstone between SE Hull Avenue and SE Jennings Avenue. 

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Coast Guard announced Thursday publication in the Federal Register of a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) designed to improve safety on towing vessels. The NPRM provides a layered approach to towing vessel safety that includes the option of an audited safety management system or an annual Coast Guard inspection regime. The […]

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Coast Guard announced Thursday publication in the Federal Register of a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) designed to improve safety on towing vessels. The NPRM provides a layered approach to towing vessel safety that includes the option of an audited safety management system or an annual Coast Guard inspection regime. The […]

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Oregon Youth Authority announces that A licensed psychologist with experience working with youth offenders in the Oregon Youth Authority’s two largest close-custody facilities has been hired as the agency’s behavioral services treatment director.Whitney Vail, Psy.D., will be responsible for directing mental health services for youth including ensuring the agency uses treatment practices most effective in […]

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Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) will be increasing fire safety restrictions in the the Astoria, West Oregon, Forest Grove and Tillamook districts Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) will be increasing fire safety restrictions in the the Astoria, West Oregon, Forest Grove and Tillamook districts beginning Saturday, Aug. 20, due to the current warm, dry, weather […]

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Oregon History Museum exhibit Oregon Rocks Celebrates The Local Music Scene

News from the Oregon Historical Society: For generations, Oregon-and Portland, in particular-has been a hotbed for great music. From the jazz cabarets and supper clubs that lit up North Williams Street in the 1940s, through the teen dances and band battles of the 1960s, to the wild and raggedy North Portland house party scene of […]

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Portland Police Officer Arrested in Tillamook

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According to a press release from the Portland Police Department, early this morning, Thursday August 18, 2011, the Tillamook County Sheriff’s Office arrested off-duty Portland Police Officer Sean Sothern for DUII, Attempting to Elude in a Vehicle, and two counts of Reckless Endangerment. Sothern was booked into the Tillamook County Jail and was later released […]

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On August 10th, SAIF Corporation Senior Account Representative Jarren Swazo and SAIF CEO Brenda Rocklin honored Clatsop County with a plaque recognizing its nearly 97-year relationship with the county.The State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation (SAIF) was created by Oregon Legislation in the early 1900s. Clatsop County was just the fourth customer of SAIF when it […]

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Salt Makers Return To Seaside This Weekend

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Salt Makers Return To Seaside This Weekend

Who would think boiling water could be so interesting? According to Sally Freeman, spokesperson for Lewis and Clark NHP, The Saltmakers Return is an annual sojourn into history where visitors can meet, trade, and talk with members of the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery as they make salt for their return trip east.   Pacific […]

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Hood to Coast Relay Race Registers Route Change

NorthCoastOregon Clatsop County – Clatsop County has been notified that the organizers of the Office Max Hood to Coast Relay event have changed one leg of the race route. The relay race, scheduled for Aug. 26-27, is an annual event that brings a high volume of traffic to the coast both benefiting the local economy […]

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