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Despite peaking coronavirus numbers locally and throughout the state, Providence Seaside Hospital continues to handle patient flow without delays, hospital spokesman Mike Antrim said Monday. E…

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Government hiring for school and census jobs dropped Clatsop County’s unemployment rate from 12.3% in July to 8.7% in August despite a slowdown in the private sector, according to state Employ…

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Clatsop Community College disclosed Tuesday that an individual connected to the college tested positive for the coronavirus.

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It was a familiar scene on Pacific Way for the past three months: visitors peering through the bakery window as if they could somehow will back the cinnamon rolls, chocolate croissants and veg…

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The Federal Trade Commission has issued a warning about a text messaging scam involving people posing as government coronavirus contact tracers.

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Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice Martha Walters has extended her order for courthouses statewide to postpone most trials, hearings and limit in-person court service until at least June.

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Jeremy Stiles knew the surf was rough, but his two kids were eager to get out of the house and see the beach.

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On Wednesday, March 25, Oregon’s congressional delegation — Reps. Suzanne Bonamici, Peter DeFazio, Earl Blumenauer, Greg Walden, and Kurt Schrader, and Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley — descr…

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ASTORIA  — A resident of Clatsop County has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, the Clatsop County Health Department announced Monday.

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Visitors to Cannon Beach are being ordered to leave by Monday evening, and the town’s hotels will be closed indefinitely, according to a resolution adopted by the Cannon Beach City Council Sunday.

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Firefighters responded to a fire on the beach Sunday evening just north of the Peter Iredale shipwreck in Fort Stevens State Park.

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Christine Teeter, center, participates in a beginning line dancing class at the Astoria Senior Center. The center is taking extra precautions in light of the coronavirus, but remains open.

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A sign outside Clatsop Care Center in Astoria reminds people to wash their hands. The care home, like hundreds of other such facilities around the state, has new restrictions on who can visit …

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SALEM — Drivers who have at least 0.08% blood alcohol content two hours after getting behind the wheel would still face driving under the influence charges under a bill introduced by state Sen…

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Clatsop County’s new Household Hazardous Waste Facility in Astoria will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held Friday, Jan. 10, at 4 p.m. to mark the project’s completion.

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Seaside police and firefighters respond to a crash northbound on North Roosevelt Drive near Seventh Avenue on Thursday afternoon.