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Two men rescued after their boat got stuck in the mud | KXRO News Radio
They also recommend bringing supplies such as food, water, emergency blankets, and supplies to start a fire if needed.
Fatal rollover crash reported on I-5 in Vancouver
VanWA - NB & SB I5/Main Street - 1 car rollover, fatality crash has multiple lanes BLOCKED in BOTH directions. Expect delays through the area!— Trooper Will Finn (@wspd5pio)October 15, 2018
Teenager injured in rollover accident early Sunday morning
A rollover car accident sent a 16-year-old girl to the hospital with minor injuries and lower back pain after she lost control of her car south of Kelso early Sunday morning, according to Cowlitz 2 Fire & Rescue.Firefighters from Cowlitz 2 responded just after 1 a.m. Sunday to the intersection of No
Astoria to consider banning camping in city-owned forest after spike in calls
Police estimate there are about 30 people camping on the forest land around the city. The largest concentration, they say, is on the east end of town near 40th Street and Franklin Avenue where they found about 10 camps and 15 people.
Investigation: Police shooting of Seaside man justified
ASTORIA, Ore. (AP) - An investigation has concluded that a Seaside police corporal was justified when he fatally shot an armed man seconds into an encounter at an RV park.The Clatsop County District Attorney's office says Cpl. David Davidson used reasonable deadly force in the death of 44-year-old C
Cross country: Astoria girls ‘state’ their plans
Class 6A Century won the girls’ team title with 56 points, followed by Astoria (60), Valley Catholic (63) and Ridgefield (113).
Author to discuss book about Astoria newspaper family
Historian and author William Willingham will discuss his latest book, “Grit and Ink,” Thursday in the Lovell Showroom at Fort George Brewery.
Letter: Thanks for support of Astoria Column
As we wrap up another summer of high traffic volume and peak tourism, I felt the need to say thank you to the local patrons who live alongside the chaos that our beautiful destination town tends to experience in the summer months. Our local patrons who visit us year round, and assist in coordinating
One person killed in crash at Roy Y
The vehicle kept going, ripping through a guardrail near the Roy Y park and ride, and hit a tree at around 9:30 p.m.
Police Blotter: Oct. 14
Drugs —Longview police Friday arrested Kenneth Eugene Cole, 61, of Kelso on suspicion of two felony drug offenses.Drugs —Longview police Friday arrested Kurtis Robert John Mathis, 33, city of residence unknown, on suspicion of a felony drug offense.Stolen Vehicle200 block of Baltimore Street, Longvi
Oregon Coast Shipwrecks Exhibit Starts Off with Mystery in Cannon Beach
Oregon coast shipwrecks are the center of an upcoming exhibit at the Cannon Beach History Center and Museum, and it kicks off this in-depth look with a special event on November 8. Then another event a day later digs into Tillamook Rock Lighthouse. On Saturday, November 10, the museum hosts a trivia
Rural lifestyle store coming to Warrenton
WARRENTON — Tractor Supply Co., a national rural lifestyle chain, is planning a new location in Warrenton.
Seafood processor plans worker housing in Warrenton
The decision, if approved by the City Commission in November, could open the door for other companies to do the same.
No agency has responsibility for feral Cannon Beach rabbits, city says
CANNON BEACH, Ore. (AP) — Cannon Beach has discovered that no local, state or federal agency has responsibility for the booming population of feral rabbits that has overtaken the popular beach town and shelters around the state are too overwhelmed with bunnies to take them in.
BACK FROM THE DEAD: Tour To Die For
The historical Taft Pioneer Cemetery will be full of life starting on Oct. 11, for Tour To Die For — a walk through the graveyard with figures who lived and died in Lincoln City.This is the third year for the popular event attracting visitors and locals to the hilltop cemetery just east of Highway 1
Long Beach Police Blotter: 10-10-18
On Oct. 1, LBPD observed Robin C. Taylor, 44, from Long Beach on his bike. He had two outstanding warrants, was arrested and booked into Pacific County Jail.
In One Ear: A case of smallpox
• There is a case of smallpox in Astoria. A man walked into Dr. Bishop’s office Tuesday night and asked to be examined, saying he was not feeling well. The doctor convinced him that his visitor had a modified form of smallpox, and told him to go home and isolate himself.
Letter: Gearhart elk indeed suffering hoof rot
On Oct. 8, a letter to the editor attacked me for misinformation on the elk herd (“Elk are enjoyable part of our environment,” The Daily Astorian). The writer is misinformed. I simply refer you to a wonderful article by R.J. Marx, “Elk culling an option for public safety” (The Daily Astorian, April
Woman’s body found with ‘significant’ injuries along Olympia waterfront
According to Olympia PD, the body was found about 11 p.m. in the 1200 block of West Bay Drive NW. The woman was in her 20s and appeared to have suffered a "significant injury," but police wouldn't say what that injury appeared to be.
Two injured in crash near Montesano | KXRO News Radio
According to the State Patrol, when she turned the Chevy hit the Ford, totaling both vehicles.