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One Random Act of Kindness Inspires Help for 25 Families

One Random Act of Kindness Inspires Help for 25 Families

A few weeks ago Joelynn Murray crossed the parking lot from her job at Rite Aid in Seaside on her dinner break to go to eat at McDonald’s. On her way she was stopped by a man who asked her for a dollar. She didn’t have a dollar, she only had her debit card on […]

Special Weather Statement

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Extremely cold temperatures tonight into Sunday morning… Clear skies combined with dry air and light winds will result in extremely cold minimum temperatures. Widespread single digit temperatures are expected with some locations dipping below 0 degrees. Temperatures will be coldest in areas with snow cover… like the Corvallis/Eugene area… and around Scappoose. This will be […]

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Increasing Threat of Snow Later Thursday and Friday

INCREASING THREAT OF SNOW LATER THURSDAY AND FRIDAY…A WEAK LOW PRESSURE AREA WILL DROP SOUTHWARD ALONG THE OREGON COAST THURSDAY NIGHT…THEN SWING INLAND ACROSS SOUTHWEST OREGON EARLY FRIDAY. WITH THE COLD AIR MASS IN PLACE…ANY PRECIPITATION WILL FALL AS SNOW. CONFIDENCE OF SNOWFALL POTENTIAL HAS INCREASES ACROSS PARTS OF THE REGION. LIGHT SNOW WILL DEVELOP […]

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117th Civil War Brings Out Passion

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117th Civil War Brings Out Passion

By Sean Larson Last Monday, I wrote a column touching on how I believed that Oregon fans had abandoned this year’s football team after a crushing 42-16 loss to the Arizona Wildcats, ending their hopes in returning to the Rose Bowl. It seemed that after the loss, fans simply stopped caring. There was no hope […]

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Storm Information Check Route Before Travel

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Storm Information Check Route Before Travel

POWERFUL COLD FRONT TO MOVE THROUGH THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST SUNDAY AND MONDAY… A SIGNIFICANT CHANGE IN THE WEATHER PATTERN IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN SUNDAY AS A VERY STRONG FRONTAL SYSTEM MOVES INTO THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. A FIRST SHOT OF MODERATE RAIN IS EXPECTED LATER SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY…THEN RAIN WILL INCREASE FROM NORTH TO SOUTH […]

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The Hill Investigation

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The Hill Investigation

On Monday, December 2, 2013 at 3:20 PM, Astoria Police were contacted by a 911 caller. The caller reported that they had located a deceased person in the woods behind Astoria High School. Police arrived and contacted a seventeen-year-old boy and fifteen-year-old girl who said they had discovered a body. They had been in the […]

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Stephanie (Stevie) Peterson FOUND

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Stephanie (Stevie) Peterson FOUND

The family of Stephanie (Stevie) Peterson has reported that she has been found safe and is now home. They wish to express their gratitude to all who participated in looking for Stephanie. On October 25th it was reported that a local family was looking for their daughter who was supposed to be moving to Vancouver, […]

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Ducks’ Magic Comes From The Kids

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Ducks’ Magic Comes From The Kids

By  Mark Lavis  with Lane Today In the toughest game for the Oregon Ducks this season to date, the Ducks defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti simply said, “The magic is in the kids,” post-game when speaking about the team’s performance in a game they were tied up at 14 going into halftime. After hosting ESPN’s College […]

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Astoria Police Department Employees and Contractors Honored

On October 24, 2013 the annual awards ceremony for the Oregon Association of Public-Safety Communications Officers and National Emergency Number Association (APCO/NENA) was held. Several awards were presented to members of the Astoria Police Department and its contractors. Receiving awards were Jodie Frost, Summer Bartlett, Jeff Rusiecki, who are city of Astoria employees; Al Jaques […]

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Family Looking for Stevie Peterson

A local family is looking for their daughter who was supposed to be moving to Vancouver, Washington, but whose belongings were found alongside the highway in Tillamook County.  Vancouver is 87 miles to the northeast of Astoria traveling inland along the Columbia River, Highway 30 to Interstate 5. Tillamook is 65 miles south of Astoria, […]

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