ASTORIA — A collective sigh of relief washed over Astoria in March with the arrival of spring, signaling a change of the season and the start of more lucrative months for local merchants. Local retailers expressed relief that the winter season was officially over and showed eagerness to begi…
Draft could go before county commissioners in May
The National Park Service is investigating the looting of an archaeological site at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park.
SEASIDE — Clatsop Economic Development Resources, the local business advocacy group, on Thursday honored the economic and community impact of several local businesses.
Zeroes in on higher density and vacation rentals
- District unveils $22M school budget
- SEPRD mulls rate increase
- City Council grants liquor licenses to Angelina's, McBani
- Toy story: Voyages Toys launches in Seaside
- Seagull Pride: Future Business Leaders
- Suzanne Bonamici hears housing crisis concerns
- May Art Walk in Seaside
- Boys golf: Seaside wins Banks Invitational
- School board roundup: Mark your calendars
- Egg hunt in Seaside!
WARRENTON — Wendy’s opened to the public this morning.
The venerable event missed booking deadlines
Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare was the sole bidder for the county’s behavioral health and developmental disability contracts.
Former District Attorney Josh Marquis stands behind an opinion column that contrasted inappropriate touching at the state Capitol with home burglary, a comparison several lawmakers and some pr…
If you enjoy bird-watching and want to combine that interest with helping protect birds and habitats, training opportunities and monitoring events are set to kick off this spring. No experienc…
A man who attempted to sexually abuse a young girl in a Seaside hotel was sentenced to five years probation.
WARRENTON — Dooger’s Seafood and Grill at the Youngs Bay Plaza will close at the end of May, shrinking the local chain of restaurants down to the original location in Seaside and another in Lo…
The Sunset Empire Transportation District is trying to run a bus line from Astoria to Union Station in downtown Portland.
Agile Design, the company behind a proposed data center at the North Coast Business Park, is suing a development group that had wanted to build a related technology project.
WARRENTON — Plans by police to develop a consistent strategy for dealing with a more visible homeless population are on hold for now.
Video footage shows a missing Svensen woman on a pier at North Tongue Point on Tuesday afternoon.
A hazardous waste facility is expected to open this May.
A 29-year-old Svensen woman was reported missing around 4 p.m. Tuesday near the Astoria Riverwalk.
A Belgian Malinois on patrol
Pacific Power will lower the fee for customers who opt out of installing new smart power meters.
Pior, 15, died on Sunday
A driver crashed into the Hamlet Quick Stop on Friday night.
The Harbor, an advocacy group for victims of domestic and sexual violence in Clatsop County, has a new executive director.
Strange weather, shorter fishing seasons to blame
The Oregon Health Authority conducted a broad review of Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare after the wrongful arrest of a patient at the crisis respite center, identifying concerns over how the age…
A North Coast woman was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison for racketeering and more than 20 identity-theft related charges.
JEWELL — Jewell School has closed until Friday because of a flu outbreak affecting more than a third of the school district.
A top administrator for the Northwest Oregon Housing Authority who was put on administrative leave last spring is suing the organization and its executive director.
The Biennial Nehalem Estuary Cleanup takes place March 9, with an opportunity to spend a day making a lasting difference in Nehalem Bay Estuary.
A Hillsboro man found with a teenage girl in a snowbound vehicle earlier this month pleaded not guilty Monday to second-degree rape and first-degree sexual abuse.
Volunteers who helped free Ruben Perez, an Astoria man detained by immigration agents in December near the Clatsop County Courthouse, gathered Saturday night in the Astoria Masonic Hall for a …
Lack of options familiar in Clatsop County
WARRENTON — The city is trying to collect more than $125,000 of unpaid lodging taxes owed by the Shilo Inn.
A Hillsboro man was arrested for attempted rape and other charges after he was found in a snowbound vehicle late Friday with a teenage girl.
Josh Marquis, the former Clatsop County district attorney, has been hired as the director of legal affairs for Animal Wellness Action.
A 57-year-old man is accused of attempting to murder his cellmate while he was booked in Clatsop County Jail.
Investigations into abuse and neglect at adult foster homes on the North Coast helped unearth a disturbing lack of oversight in Clatsop County's developmental disability program.
New locations on safer ground
Clatsop Community College is planning for contingencies, including potential tuition increases, if state funding doesn’t come in significantly higher than what Gov. Kate Brown has proposed.
State Rep. Tiffiny Mitchell is a chief sponsor on a bill to provide unemployment insurance to essential federal employees such as the Coast Guard when they are ordered to work without pay.
CANNON BEACH — The city will no longer pay for visitor information center operations under a new contract with the Chamber of Commerce.
An ongoing forest health project at Fort Stevens State Park has prompted the weekday closure of the park’s Sunset bike trail. The trail will be closed Monday to Friday to all visitor foot and …
School enrollment in Clatsop County has grown nearly twice as fast as the state over the past five years, driven mainly by increases in Warrenton and Seaside, while Astoria slowly shrinks.
The State Land Board has approved the sale of nearly 22 acres at South Tongue Point to Clatsop Community College for its Marine and Environmental Research and Training Station campus.
Clatsop County is accepting applications for representatives on six newly-forming citizen advisory committees as part of a two-year project to update the county’s six community plans and compr…
Port of Astoria Commissioner Bill Hunsinger and Jim Knight, the agency's executive director, sparred Tuesday over why the agency turned back a $1.5 million state grant.
A Warrenton man has pleaded guilty to four counts of communicating false distress messages to the Coast Guard and one count of making a false statement.
Knife River Corp. is preparing for a future decommissioning of part of its Seaside quarry.
Clatsop Community Bank is being absorbed into Oregon City-based Lewis & Clark Bank in a merger expected to close by the middle of this year.
One of the biggest fears of pretrial release is that criminal defendants who get out of jail will commit new crimes.
Scholarships awarded at Miss Clatsop County competition
A man accused of attempting to attack Circuit Court Judge Cindee Matyas in court last summer has been charged with attempted assault in the first and second degrees.
The Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office has seen an increase in the number of reported telephone scams.
The Sunset Empire Transportation District will take out a $400,000 line of credit to help cover operations in case the federal government shuts down again.
Scouting landing sites on the beach