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    The Columbia Press
January 28, 2022
Vaccines, boosters
First or second doses of the
Moderna vaccine are available
to those 18 and older from 8:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays at
the Providence Seaside Clinic,
725 Wahanna Road. Appoint-
ments are required by calling
503-717-7060, Option 1.
Medical Teams Internation-
al is offering two walk-in vac-
cination and booster clinics
for ages 5 through adult. The
first is from 8:30 to 11 a.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 1, at the Barbey
Center, 2060 Marine Drive,
Astoria. The second is from 1
to 4 p.m. Feb. 1 in Patriot Hall
at Clatsop Community College,
1651 Lexington Ave, Astoria.
No appointments are required.
Pediatric vaccines
Appointments are required
by calling 503-717-7060, Op-
tion 1.
Children 5-11: Doses of the
Pfizer vaccine are available
from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursdays
at the Providence Warrenton
Clinic, 171 Highway 101; and
from 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesdays at
the Providence Seaside Clinic,
725 Wahanna Road.
Children 12-17: Doses of the
Pfizer vaccine are available
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon-
days, Tuesdays, Wednesdays
and Fridays at the Providence
Clinic in Warrenton, 171 S.
Highway 101.
Providence clinics also of-
fer the vaccine for older chil-
dren during those hours at the
clinics in Seaside and Cannon
Beach, 171 N. Larch St.
Booster shots
Booster shots of Moderna
and Pfizer vaccines are avail-
able at the Clatsop County
Health Department’s drive-
through clinics from 1:30 to
4 p.m. Wednesdays at Camp
Rilea, 33168 Patriot Way,
Appointments are required.
Sign up at
vaccine-booster-clinics or call
Boosters also are available
from many local providers and
Local history lesson
Photo by Rick Newton
Members and friends of the Warrenton Historical Mu-
seum heard a talk this month about the Japanese mili-
tary shelling of the local area during World War II. Allen
Fenton holds a picture of members of the military men
digging where a shell had landed. Donna Hitchman
holds the military magazine “IN Battery,” which covers
the shelling of Fort Stevens, the only place in the lower
48 states to be fired upon.
Man jailed on child sex-abuse charges
A Seaside man got quite a
surprise on his 61 st birthday
when his home was raided
and he was arrested on child
sex-abuse charges.
John M. Dailey was booked
at Clatsop County Jail on nine
counts of first-degree encour-
aging child sexual abuse and
nine counts of second-degree
encouraging child sexual
Seaside detectives began
building a case against Dai-
ley after receiving a tip from
Internet Crimes Against
Children investigators that
he was downloading and dis-
tributing child pornography
using several computer de-
vices at his home, according
to a press release from Sea-
side Police.
They obtained a search war-
rant and served it Thursday
at his residence in the 2500
block of North Roosevelt. Of-
ficers from the Clatsop Coun-
ty Sheriff’s Office and police
departments in Warrenton
and Cannon Beach assisted
in the raid.
They found evidence link-
ing him to at least nine cases,
according to police. Oregon
Department of Human Ser-
vices assisted in the remov-
al of two juveniles from the
Both the Oregon and Wash-
ington departments of Justice
also are involved in the inves-
tigation, which is ongoing.
Anyone with information
on the case is urged to contact
Detective Jess Vaughan at
503-738-6311 or jvaughan@
Clatsop County wants to
know how life’s treating you
Quality of life. Public ser-
vices. Economic health.
Clatsop County wants to
hear what local residents
have to say about these and
other important areas im-
pacting the region.
An online community sur-
vey seeks input about the
county as a place to live, work
and play. The survey can be
found at the Clatsop County
The survey, administered
by the Polco community
engagement’s National Re-
search Center, is designed to
help the Board of Commis-
sioners and staff craft long-
range goals to drive Clatsop
County’s policy and spending
Participants are asked to
rate, from excellent to poor,
their feelings on Clatsop
County as a place to live,
raise children, work, visit and
retire. Subjects range from
the general – overall quality
of life – to employment op-
portunities, housing options,
traffic, and availability of
health care.
Respondents are also asked
to rate various services, as
well as overall confidence in
Clatsop County government.
All responses are anony-
mous, although participants
are invited to enter their
email addresses in order to
receive future communica-
tions and surveys from the
The open survey represents
the second phase of the
project. The first phase was
launched in November with
the mailing of survey forms
or postcards with online links
to a random sample of 3,200
county households.
If you received a direct invi-
tation to the survey and have
not yet completed it but wish
to, please use the paper form or
the online link in the postcard.
The survey will be avail-
able to residents through this