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LOCAL BREAKING NEWS: Clatsop County announces 2nd confirmed COVID-19 case

LOCAL BREAKING NEWS: Clatsop County announces 2nd confirmed COVID-19 case
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LOCAL BREAKING NEWS: Clatsop County announces 2nd confirmed COVID-19 case Wednesday morning, Clatsop County announced the county’s second confirmed COVID-19 case. Joanne Rideout reports. Clatsop County Health Department Director Mike McNickle released the info in a phone call with media. Mike McNickle: “This morning we were notified by OHA, Oregon Health Authority, that we have…

BREAKING LOCAL NEWS: Clatsop County has its first confirmed COVID case

BREAKING LOCAL NEWS: Clatsop County has its first confirmed COVID case
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BREAKING LOCAL NEWS: Clatsop County has its first confirmed COVID case by Joanne Rideout The coronavirus has arrived on the north Oregon coast. KMUN’s Joanne Rideout reports. [1:22] Clatsop County Health Director Mike McNickle held a press conference by phone with media at 10 am Monday to announce that the county has its first case….

LOCAL NEWS: Astoria Co-op goes all out to protect customers, workers from COVID-19

LOCAL NEWS: Astoria Co-op goes all out to protect customers, workers from COVID-19
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LOCAL NEWS: Astoria Co-op goes all out to protect customers, workers from COVID-19 If there’s one local business that’s a model of being corona virus-ready, it is the Astoria Co-op. Starting today, the co-op will add curbside pick-up.  Coast Community Radio’s Jacob Lewin reports: Co-op Manager Matt Stanley says compared to a couple of weeks…

LOCAL NEWS: Coastal communities shut down as spring break tourists swarm

LOCAL NEWS: Coastal communities shut down as spring break tourists swarm
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LOCAL NEWS: Coastal communities shut down as spring break tourists swarm by Joanne Rideout Coastal officials in Oregon and Washington sprang into action this weekend, responding to an influx of spring break visitors on beaches and other recreation areas during a state of emergency over COVID-19. Joanne Rideout reports. Script follows, scroll down to Listen…

LOCAL NEWS: Listen to KMUN’s Evening Newscast, Thursday, March 19, 2020

LOCAL NEWS: Listen to KMUN’s Evening Newscast, Thursday, March 19, 2020
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LOCAL NEWS: Listen to KMUN’s Evening Newscast, Thursday, March 19, 2020 In tonight’s Northwest News, host Dylan Hauser Shaulk brings you these stories from Coast Community Radio’s local reporting team: Joanne Rideout, Jacob Lewin and Kathleen Morgain. More on closures of area municipal offices A look at COVID-19 testing in Pacific and Wahkiakum counties in…

LOCAL NEWS: Governor makes declaration as hospital shortages loom

LOCAL NEWS: Governor makes declaration as hospital shortages loom
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LOCAL NEWS: Governor makes declaration as hospital shortages loom Oregon Governor Kate Brown is ordering hospitals and other health care providers to stop elective procedures. The move is designed to conserve crucial medical supplies. Coast Community Radio’s Jacob Lewin has details. (Script below, scroll down to Listen: [1:08]) The Oregon Health Authority says the state is…

Tillamook County emergency director throws his hat in the ring

Tillamook County emergency director throws his hat in the ring
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LOCAL NEWS: Tillamook County emergency director throws his hat in the ring Tillamook County official shifts gears to run for sheriff.  Joanne Rideout reports. Gordon McCraw, Tillamook County emergency management director, also known to Coast Community Radio listeners as the station’s meteorologist, has announced his candidacy in the November election for Tillamook County Sheriff. McCraw…

LOCAL NEWS: Pacific Power $45K grant will fund Astoria electric car charging stations

LOCAL NEWS: Pacific Power $45K grant will fund Astoria electric car charging stations
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LOCAL NEWS: Pacific Power $45K grant will fund Astoria electric car charging stations Lovely! A story that’s not about the coronavirus! A boost for electric car owners is headed for Astoria. Joanne Rideout reports. Pacific Power will award the City of Astoria a $45,000 grant to install two electric vehicle charging stations at the Astoria…

LOCAL NEWS: Pacific Power says no shutoffs

LOCAL NEWS: Pacific Power says no shutoffs
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LOCAL NEWS: Pacific Power says no shutoffs Pacific Power will not disconnect customers in Oregon, Washington and California during emergency response to COVID-19. Joanne Rideout reports. Pacific Power says they are temporarily suspending disconnections and late fees for non-payment for customers in Oregon, Washington and California to support the state of emergency declared in all…

LOCAL NEWS: Clatsop Circuit Court enacts COVID restrictions

LOCAL NEWS: Clatsop Circuit Court enacts COVID restrictions
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LOCAL NEWS: Clatsop Circuit Court enacts COVID restrictions Clatsop County Circuit Court has new COVID-19 protocols in place. Joanne Rideout has more. Read below, scroll down to Listen: [:42] Most hearings have been rescheduled till after May 1, and may be extended depending on what happens. Court hearings that are scheduled during this time will…