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.
- Man charged in killing of Seaside grad Erik Cody Jacobs
- Car chase ends in crash near Gearhart
- Grocery Outlet hearing rescheduled to March 5
- CODA to open opioid treatment center in Seaside
- Elk feeding prohibition gets first read in Gearhart
- Temporary water shutdown outside city limits on Feb. 14
- Tsunami-resiliency kits make a splash in Manzanita
- Rodney Roberts named to SEPRD board
- Seaside Police Report
- Settlement draws concern from former Miss Oregon winners
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
The Coast Guard started getting back to normal on Monday after the longest government shutdown in U.S. history was temporarily halted.
About 50 people with teddy bears, candles and American flags gathered at the Astoria Riverwalk on Friday in a vigil for Ruben Vera Perez, an Astoria man detained by immigration agents in December.
A Washington state man who says he is responsible for posting Ku Klux Klan flyers in downtown Astoria told police he does not have official ties to the klan but wanted to attract politically l…
Brown was the chief deputy for 15 years
Park near Warrenton remains relatively pristine despite shutdown
Help during economic limbo
Clatsop Community College can realistically only raise $4 million of the $14 million it had hoped to gather to help pay for a new maritime sciences center.
The internal investigation of Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare’s executive director involved her on-call responsibility at the crisis respite center in Warrenton.
Members of Boy Scout Troop 211 assemble tables for a popup pantry at the Astoria Masonic Lodge that will provide free food and daily essentials Saturday and Sunday for federal employees affect…
An estimated 1,500 local Coast Guardsmen missed their first paycheck Tuesday because of a government shutdown.
Coast Guard spouses, from left, Amanda Gibbs, Jennifer Siems and Stacey Benson, interviewed Monday by news station KGW, said they have tried to remain upbeat and grateful for the community sup…
A 47-foot motor lifeboat from the Coast Guard’s Station Cape Disappointment patrols in January.
State often deals with rockfalls and slides
Amy Baker has returned as executive director of Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare after the mental health agency's board completed an investigation into her conduct.
Bethany area man was duck hunting with his father Saturday
The board chairwoman at Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare has resigned, explaining that the performance of the board and the mental health agency no longer aligned with her core values.
The Coast Guard evacuated a sick crewman off a commercial vessel 25 miles west of Washington’s Willapa Bay Friday morning.
WARRENTON — A local builder is restarting the former Warrenton Builders Supply on Main Avenue as a construction office, hardware store and commercial shop rentals.
Buoy Beer Co. is entering the craft liquor market, acquiring Pilot House Distilling in a bid to help the startup and find a new area for growth amid a tightening beer scene.
nvasive English ivy has a foothold along the Skipanon River in Warrenton, where it climbs into Sitka spruces and other native trees, causing them to rot and ultimately topple. North Coast Land…
Clatsop County Commissioner Sarah Nebeker was selected Wednesday night as the board's new chairwoman.
Clatsop County will put contracts for mental health and addiction treatment and developmental disabilities up for bid as frustration builds with Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare.
Stephen Phillips has been chosen as the new superintendent of Jewell School District beginning next year.
Two planning commissioners appointed
A portion of Dolphin Road in Warrenton is expected to close for roughly a month starting Jan. 21.
Median price breaks $300,000
A well-known Hammond fisherman was sentenced Monday to more than 13 years in prison for sex abuse against a young woman in 2015 and later bribing and threatening her.
First crabs of the season
Providence Seaside Hospital welcomed the first baby of the year, Brock Snyder, at 3:25 p.m. Tuesday, Jan 1. From left to right are Janiece Zauner, chief nursing officer; Brock, Bradley and Raq…
New research provides insight into risk
Amy Baker, who was brought in to fix Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare after a management breakdown in 2016, said she has been placed on administrative leave.
The number of people living in the countryside of Clatsop County is growing far faster than in any city.
Despite fears that the season opener for Dungeness crab could be further delayed, commercial fishermen will be able to set their gear Tuesday in parts of Oregon and Washington state, fishery m…
Unemployment in Clatsop County continued creeping up in November with the onset of winter, according to state figures.
In observance of New Year’s Day, all federal, state, county and city offices and services, including Astoria, Warrenton, Gearhart and Seaside city halls, are closed Tuesday. Cannon Beach offic…
WARRENTON — Kristina Washington was catching a ride home from work this month on state Highway 104 when her Coast Shuttle driver stopped near Fourth Street for a herd of elk crossing the road.
More than 213,000 syringes collected
Lee and Moore will both leave next year