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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 […]

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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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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Woman Struggles For Community Health Care Reform

By Jan Rahn Faust (This article first appeared in NorthCoastOregon April 1st, 2013. It is being republished at this time at the request of the author so that updates can be added.) I am writing this because the public health has been put at risk as well as my own. I want to educate as […]

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62 Year Old Realizes Dream Swimming Across Columbia River

Every since he was a youngster, David Mathre has dreamed of swimming across the Columbia River. On Thrusday, September 19th, at the age of  62, his dream was realized. He entered the Columbia River from the rest stop at Megler Landing (also known as Dismal Nitch) at 8:30 in the morning. He climbed out of […]

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Monday Night Football Features Hometown Favorite

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Monday Night Football Features Hometown Favorite

“I want to make them proud so bad, my family and my town. Those people, man, they rally around you. They have your back all the time. I want to go out and get my dreams for them,” said Jordan Poyer to Lindsay Schnell, for an article in The Oregonian at the beginning of his […]

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Torch Igniting Underside of Roof Started Pacific Seafood Co Fire

Tim Demers, Fire Chief for the City of Warrenton Fire Department reports that according to investigators the cause of the fire at Pacific Coast Seafoods Co. in Warrenton on June 4th was caused by maintenance being done on the roof of the facility. The investigation revealed that Pacific Coast Seafoods Co had installed several new […]

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Regional Transit Alliance Makes Travel Easier By Bus Along Coast

The CONNECTOR is a regional transit alliance that makes traveling along the Oregon Coast (and to/from the I-5 corridor) easier by bus. The five transit agencies included in the alliance are: · Columbia County Rider · Sunset Empire Transportation District · Tillamook County Transportation District · Benton County Transit, and · Lincoln County Transit Each […]

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Lethal Shooting in Domestic Violence Case Deemed Justified

Following a two month investigation, the Clatsop County District Attorney has determined that the shooting of Bruce Ross Rogers on May 7, 2013, in the City of Warrenton was a justifiable homicide and done in self-defense. According to Warrenton Chief of Police, Mathew Workman, Bruce Rogers illegally entered the residence of his estranged wife that […]

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