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Wedding: Schacher - Johnston

Ashley Schacher of Gearhart, daughter of Michael and Melissa Schacher of Gearhart, exchanged wedding vows with Spencer Johnston of Astoria at 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017, in the barn at the Clatsop County Fairgrounds in Astoria. The groom is the son of Brad Johnston of Redmond and Cindi Ariss of

DAILY ASTORIAN - 2017-11-24 00:01:00

Razor clam digs set for December

Those looking to dig razor clams will have a chance during a four-day dig running Dec. 1-4 at various ocean beaches. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife approved the dig for evening tides after marine toxin tests found that the clams are safe to eat. No digging will be allowed before noon

DAILY WORLD

Tribe celebrates 40 years of restoration

LINCOLN CITY - The annual Restoration Pow-Wow enlivened the convention hall at Chinook Winds Casino and Resort, bringing together all peoples in celebration of 40 years since the reinstatement of the Siletz as a federally recognized tribe. As drumming began people chanted, yipped and trilled. Filin

NEWPORT NEWS-TIMES

She stole $350K, then lit a fire to cover it up

An Aberdeen woman accused of stealing more than $350,000 from the credit union she managed, then setting fire to the building pleaded guilty Monday to five counts of first-degree theft. The Aberdeen Police Department reports that detectives began investigating Krista Putman, 38, following a March 29

OLYMPIAN - 2017-11-23 19:14:00

Warm weather breaks daytime high records for Nov. 22 in Astoria, Hillsboro

ASTORIA, Ore. - We're midway through the fall season, but a warm front is breaking daytime high temperature records for some cities in Western Oregon. The National Weather Service said Astoria and Hillsboro hit 62 degrees on Wednesday, both breaking the previous record high temperature for November

KATU.COM

Ballots official after next count; no changes in close races

The total amount of voters who participated in the General Election has risen to 35.04% at the next to final count of ballots in Grays Harbor. As voters continue to amend signatures and ballots are checked and the last few votes are added, no changes have come in local races. 35 more ballots have be

KXRO.COM

Man Accused of Burning His Mother's House Down in Grays Harbor

A 55-year-old homeless man has been charged with two counts of first-degree arson following a fire that destroyed his mother's home, Aberdeen police say. Police arrested Ron B. White last week. He is suspected of starting two fires, both on his mother's house at 910 N. Thornton St. The first fire, o

CHRONICLE

Police say he set fire to his mother's home - twice

Police in Aberdeen have arrested a 55-year-old man they say set fire to his mother's home twice in four months. According to police, the first fire was June 19 at the home on the 900 block of North Thornton Street in Aberdeen. The homeowner was home at the time of the fire but was not injured. She

OLYMPIAN

Duncan man charged in weekend shooting

DUNCAN, OK (KSWO)- A Duncan man has been charged in connection with a shooting last Friday night. Jeremy Jason Lee Graham is accused of shooting at a man. The bullet grazed the victim's head. The shooting happened on the 1400 block of North 17th Street. Witnesses say Graham also shot at a woman who

KSWO.COM

Kiwanis Christmas tree lot opening Friday

Science says the sense of smell is one our most vivd memory links, so why not try a help create memories that will last by getting a live Christmas tree, which also helps support local causes? The Duncan Chisholm Trail Kiwanis is hosting their annual Christmas tree lot opening at 2 p.m. Nov. 24 in K

DUNCAN BANNER

Chisholm Trail Hospice seeking volunteers

Duncan Regional Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary has positions open for volunteers at Chisholm Trail Hospice. Office volunteers are needed to assist with filing, answering the phone, and with other various office tasks. Chisholm Trail Hospice is also in need of Respite Volunteers to work with our patien

DUNCAN BANNER

DRH receives national recognition for performance

While celebrating National Rural Health Day, the The Chartis Center for Rural Health/iVantage Health Analytics and the National Organization of State Office of Rural Health (NOSORH) recognized Duncan Regional Hospital (DRH) for overall excellence in "outcomes," reflecting top quartile performance am

DUNCAN BANNER - 2017-11-23 15:00:00

Hirschi stats (through bi-district)

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Hirschi (9-2, 3-1) RUSHING PASSING RECEIVING PUNTING SCORING DEFENSIVE LEADERS Tackles: Isaiah White 131, Nate Downing 107, Fred Fleeks 88, Ezekiel Holmes 74, Gerick McKinney 66, Stavonte Vaughn 55. Tackles for loss: Ezekiel Holmes 26, Isaiah White 24, Amiri Campb

WICHITA FALLS TIMES RECORD NEWS - 2017-11-23 12:44:09

Community Thanksgiving Meals - KSWO, Lawton, OK- Wichita Falls, TX: News, Weather, Sports. ABC, 24/7, Telemundo -

OK (KSWO)- Everyone deserves a hearty Thanksgiving meal. Check out these free meals offered by several organizations in our viewing area: LAWTON Hungry Hearts Feeding Ministry is hosting a Thanksgiving meal from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Unity Next Community Center (1502 SW I Ave). This event i

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MedWatch- November is National Diabetes Awareness Month

LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. To help educate kids about how to eat right and exercise, the Lawton Community Health Center is sending diabetes educators to elementary schools in the area to talk with 4th and 5th grade students. Whittier Elementary was the first. O

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Elmer Thomas Park playground to close for construction

LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- The playground at Elmer Thomas Park in Lawton will be closed for three weeks while a shade structure is installed. Construction is set to begin Monday, November 27th. The structure is funded by a grant from the McMahon Foundation. Parks and Recreation Director Jack Hanna said the

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Williamstown man allegedly ran heroin mlll from his home, indictment says

A grand jury has indicted a Williamstown man on charges that he manufactured and distributed heroin out of his home. Shavar L. Harvey, 33, was arrested in January following a four-week investigation by the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office, with assistance by Monroe and Winslow township police d

NJ.COM

2 indicted in robbery, assault of juveniles behind school

A grand jury has indicted two men in connection with the robbery of two juveniles and the pistol-whipping of one of them. Dalton J. Wilson, 20, of Glassboro, and Marcus H. Boone Jr. 19, of Deptford Township, met two juveniles behind Good Intent School in Deptford on the evening of Aug. 5, according

NJ.COM - 2017-11-24 14:56:14

Firefighter Deployed Overseas Returns To Hero's Welcome On Thanksgiving

BLACKWOOD, N.J. (CBS) - The Blackwood Fire Department welcomed home one of their own for Thanksgiving. For more than nine months, Fire Lt. Jason Stott has been deployed to Kuwait as a Sargent in the Army Reserve. Unexpectedly, his unit was brought home before the holidays. Unbeknownst to him, firefi

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-24 00:23:39

Cut cops to save taxes? In this square-mile town, some say no way

More than 500 hands shot up from their seats in the crowded Gateway High School auditorium when Joseph Getsinger took an informal poll of the room. "How many of you want to see the police stay?" he asked the audience who packed the council meeting Tuesday night. The 600-seat auditorium was about 90

NJ.COM - 2017-11-24 12:50:44