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Astoria, ORPosted by
Astoria Times

Ready for a change? These jobs are open in Astoria

Want to get yourself a job? Here are a selection of open positions in Astoria: 1. Emergency Room (ER) Travel Nurse RN - $80.71/Hour $3228/Weekly; 2. Sales Consultant verizon; 3. Public Information Call Center Supervisor; 4. Business Manager/Bookkeeper; 5. Vitamin Manager; 6. Vitamin/ Body Care Assistant; 7. Entry Level
Tillamook, ORnorthcoastcitizen.com

Gun sales boom sparks ammo shortage

Wearing blue plastic safety glasses and neon yellow ear plugs, short brown hair pulled back from her teenage face, Vivian Seaholm hefted her shotgun and cracked open the breach. Standing five feet tall, her 28-inch barrel Savage Arms 555E over/under has a specially shortened stock to fit. Stepping to the...
Portland, ORPosted by
The Daily Astorian

Golf: Fun finish for 110th Coast Invitational

WARRENTON — The Oregon Coast Invitational was back in pre-pandemic form last week, as the longtime golf tournament resumed its count with the 110th gathering. For the first time since 1942-45, the 2020 tournament — along with countless other sports-related events last year — was canceled because of the coronavirus.
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Pacific County, WAchinookobserver.com

As national eviction ban ends, WA renters offered 'bridge'

PACIFIC COUNTY — As of early July, the data-analysis group Surgo Ventures broadly estimated that 13% of Pacific County renters were behind in paying rent, owing an average of $2,815. With a nationwide moratorium of evictions ending Saturday, July 31, Washington state will fall back upon a "bridge" program that...
Seaside, ORSeaside Signal

Seaside, Gearhart meetings

Contact local agencies for laest meeting information and attendance guidelines. Seaside Community Center Commission, 10 a.m., 1225 Avenue A. Seaside Library Board of Directors, 4:30 p.m., 1131 Broadway St. Seaside Planning Commission, 6 p.m., 989 Broadway. WEDNESDAY, Aug. 4. Seaside Improvement Commission, 6 p.m., 989 Broadway. THURSDAY, Aug. 5. Seaside...
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Astoria, ORPosted by
Astoria Times

Astoria Daily Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Astoria: Saturday, July 31: Slight chance of rain showers during the day; while mostly cloudy overnight; Sunday, August 1: Partly sunny during the day; while mostly cloudy overnight; Monday, August 2: Mostly sunny during the day; while partly cloudy overnight;
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Warrenton, ORPosted by
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New mask guidance greeted with frustration

WARRENTON — Masked and unmasked shoppers filtered in and out of Fred Meyer on Wednesday past a sign at the entrance that read, “Masks are not required for vaccinated individuals per state and CDC guidelines.”. Inside the store, masks were few and far between. Weeks after Oregon lifted most restrictions...
Astoria, ORForbes

In A Sea Of Luxury, Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal Rises To The Top

“You’re here at the wrong time.” “Come back in November.” “The whale sharks prefer winter.”. As I explored the Mexican state of Baja California Sur in July, these refrains became so common I started to finish locals’ sentences. The decision, however, came down to more than syncing my trip with wildlife migration or the maturing of sea lion pups; rather, I needed a break from the 16 months of cloistered monotony that was living in New York’s Catskills during the pandemic.
Kelso, WALongview Daily News

Babe Ruth Regionals: Kelso blanks Ilwaco, advances to final

KELSO — The hosts got the better of the state champs Saturday afternoon, as Kelso rode the right arm of Logan Barker to a 4-0 win at Rister Stadium in the semifinals of the Babe Ruth Regional tournament. Barker gave up just three hits and a walk, and didn’t allow...
Ilwaco, WAchinookobserver.com

Firefighting efforts continue near Ilwaco

Video taken at about 5:20 p.m. shows a Washington Department of Natural Resources helicopter continuing fire-suppression efforts near the intersection of U.S. Highway 101 and the 101 Alternate on the outskirts of Ilwaco. A reporter on the scene said the fire continued to be strong and that the wind was complicating firefighting efforts.
Seaside, ORSeaside Signal

Task force, think tank aim to address homelessness in Seaside

At a listening session last week, city councilors vowed action on homelessness. At last Monday’s City Council meeting, they took the first steps, with announcement of a homelessness task force to be led by Steve Wright, and a homelessness “think tank” overseen by Tita Montero. Wright anticipated meeting with the...
Astoria, ORPosted by
Astoria Times

Weather Forecast For Astoria

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Astoria: Friday, July 30: Sunny then slight chance of rain showers during the day; while slight chance of rain showers overnight; Saturday, July 31: Partly sunny during the day; while mostly cloudy overnight; Sunday, August 1: Mostly Cloudy; Monday, August
Ilwaco, WAchinookobserver.com

Major fire threatens forest and structures near Ilwaco

A wildfire broke out about 2 p.m. Thursday in the vicinity of 5704 40th St. (U.S. Highway 101) in Ilwaco and threatened structures and the neighboring forest on China Hill. The highway was closed between Sandridge Road and the U.S. 101 Alternate. At 5 p.m. a Washington Department of Natural Resources hotshot crew was on scene, aiding all south county fire departments. Multiple DRN helicopters also responded and dropped numerous containers of water scooped up from a nearby pond. A moderate breeze carried the fire south through a field of tall grass and it approached the Wayne Plumb residence at 5306 40th St., but appeared to be blocked by a firebreak and a drainage ditch, in addition to water sprayed from the yard into the approaching tall flames. This is preliminary unedited video from the scene, taken between about 2:30 and 4:30 p.m. An Observer reporter/photographer on the scene said at 5:15 p.m. that the wind has really picked up. The DNR copters have switched to picking up water farther away after 5 p.m., leading to somewhat longer transit times.
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