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A Morning by the Shore: The 3 Seaside Breakfast & Brunch Experiences You Need to Try
In this article, we explore three delightful breakfast and brunch spots by the sea. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? We'd love to hear your thoughts, so please feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below!
Indulge Your Sweet Tooth at the Seaside: 4 Candy Stores to Check Out
This article presents a delightful tour of four candy stores located along the seaside. Have you had the chance to visit any of these sweet spots yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences. Please share your thoughts and comments below:
Teens with ties to Orange County remain on the run after they were found by police in Nevada
Two missing teens from Oregon are believed to be together after they were briefly found by officials in Nevada on Friday, according to law enforcement in the state.
Garage sale find inspires Astoria Christmas Club and a promise
Tim O’Bryant was 5 years old when his parents relocated from Pendleton to Astoria in 1960. O’Bryant remembers those first days, nose pressed to the window, wondering if it would ever stop raining. Then came winter, and the surprise of color and light. “All of the sudden Christmas...
Dogs in Need: Could Your Home Be Their New Home in cannon beach, OR?
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to cannon beach..
Deep Oregon Coast History at Seaside, Coos Bay Events: of Coroners and of Local Names
(Coos Bay, Oregon) – Two distinctive Oregon coast towns and one long stretch between them: but Coos Bay and Seaside will have something in common soon. Both are are taking deep dives into regional and local history. While Seaside boasts a history talk with a somewhat true crime but macabre slant, Coos Bay fills your head up with the reasons for south coast names in the coming weeks. (Photo of Conde McCullough Memorial Bridge courtesy Coos Bay's Oregon's Adventure Coast)
Cathlamet's Pioneer Church: A Timeless Beacon of Community and Heritage
Nestled in the verdant embrace of Cathlamet, Washington, the historic Pioneer Church stands as a proud monument to the town's heritage. Built in 1895, originally as the Congregational Church, its walls have borne witness to the ebb and flow of time, encapsulating the spirit of the community it serves. Recognized for its historical importance, the church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, a testament to its enduring presence in the Pacific Northwest.
Angler sentenced to 50 days in jail for salmon snagging violations
A Pacific County judge has sentenced a recreational fisherman to 50 days in jail, fined him $1,500, and imposed a five-year fishing license suspension for repeat salmon snagging violations, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced today. WDFW Police investigated the latest snagging case in August 2023. David...
Oregon High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Live Streams in Clatsop County Today - November 29
The high school basketball season is in progress, and if you're looking for how to watch games in Clatsop County, Oregon today, we've got you covered. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on your family or alma mater and tune in!. Clatsop County, Oregon...
Urgent Notice for Cathlamet Residents: Immediate Water Conservation Measures Enforced Due to Supply Shortage
Cathlamet Town has issued immediate water conservation measures for all customers using the Cathlamet and Wahkiakum PUD Puget Island Water systems. This action is due to a temporary supply shortage following a significant pipe failure, leading to a loss of over 500,000 gallons of water from the town's reservoirs. The town is authorized to enforce these restrictions under Cathlamet Municipal Code 13.40.030, and they will stay in effect until further notice.
Steel Rails and Scenic Views: The Railroads' Role in Carving the Pacific Northwest's Legacy
The Pacific Northwest, a land of lush forests and rugged coastlines, has long been defined by its economic endeavors and the transportation networks that support them. Among these, the railroads stand out as pivotal in shaping the region's character and fortunes. Serving as the arteries of trade and settlement, the iron tracks facilitated a new era of growth and connectivity, with cities like Tacoma and Astoria becoming beacons of progress. The completion of the Northern Pacific Railroad in 1883 was a landmark event, knitting the Northwest into the fabric of global commerce and igniting a population boom that would redefine the landscape.
Upriver challenges for ships on the Columbia
Yesterday we talked about the many challenges bar pilots face guiding ships between Astoria and the mouth of the river (the Columbia River Bar). Today we’ll touch on the upriver and even more seldom-scene leg of the river: the 100-mile segment between Astoria and Portland. It’s a winding and dangerous stretch of river, fraught with its own challenges that also require great ship-handling expertise and finesse.
Sheriff's Report, November 30, 2023
November 20 7:39 a.m. A resident on Altoona/Pillar Rock Road found an unfriendly dog on her porch. The Wahkiakum Animal Advocates Group was contacted and they advised the resident to call the humane society. 7:49 a.m. A welfare check was requested for an individual and child at an Elochoman Valley residence. A deputy made contact. 1:28 p.m. A deputy, the Grays River Fire Department, and the Grays River ambulance responded after a vehicle traveling on SR 4 in the Grays River area went over an embankment and dropped 20 feet. A tow was called. 4:53 p.m. A welfare check was requested for a woman who was agitated and walking east on SR 4 in her bare feet. A deputy responded and found the woman west of Nassa Point. She was wearing shoes. 9:24 p.m. The sheriff’s office received a referral from Adult Protective Services regarding possible abuse of an adult in a Puget Island home. A deputy decided that the claims were unsubstantiated after speaking with the alleged victim.
Six Pharmacy Stores in Oregon Shutting Due to Money Problems
Rite Aid's Rocky Road: Oregon Stores Closing Amidst Financial Crisis. The financial woes of the once-prominent Rite Aid pharmacy chain have reached a critical point, leading to a series of store closures that are set to significantly impact Oregon communities.
The gas price fluctuate between $3.79 and $4.09 in Warrenton as of 2023-11-29. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Wednesday is $3.246, a week ago the price is $3.281 , according to AAA.
The December holiday season kicks off Saturday with the lighting of Ilwaco’s crabpot Christmas tree in Ilwaco
It’s the holidays, and so we’re seeing some of our beloved coastal traditions coming around again. One unique local maritime tradition here on the Columbia happens in the port town of Ilwaco, Washington. It’s the lighting of the “World’s Tallest Crabpot Christmas Tree.”. This festive...
Local resident cries fowl
There was a lot to unpack at the Town of Cathlamet’s meeting last week. It began with one resident venting her frustrations about the town’s response to her earlier request to add more chickens, geese, and ducks to the five chickens now allowed in city limits, thanks to an ordinance passed just last year.
Pacific County Man Jailed For Snagging Salmon
A Pacific County man will spend 50 days in jail for illegally “snagging” salmon. Court records show officials began their investigation into the Long Beach resident back in August. State Fish and Wildlife officials say the man is a habitual offender, with other snagging offenses record in 2020, 2021 and last year. Along with spending almost 2 months behind bars, the man also must pay a $1,500 fine and can not have a fishing license in the state for 5 years.
Tufted Puffin Numbers Up at Cannon Beach but Down on Rest of Oregon Coast
(Oregon Coast) – A survey by US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) in 2023 found that the tufted puffin (Fratrecula cirrhata) had a decent increase in population numbers at Cannon Beach's Haystack Rock, though overall trends from other studies show a large decline everywhere on the Oregon coast. (Photo Seaside Aquarium)
Clatsop Community College Foundation Secures $155,000 in Grants for Vital Equipment Upgrades
Clatsop Community College (CCC) is thrilled to announce the successful acquisition of $155,000 in grants and donations to the CCC Foundation dedicated to crucial components for the CCC Maritime Science and Fire Science programs. Through a $50,000 grant from The Roundhouse Foundation and an additional $105,000 from a generous donor, CCC is set to fortify the safety and operational capabilities of the Fire Response and Research Center (FRRC).