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Lotteries: Nov. 26, 2014
Lottery results
The bright lights of Astoria
Pot in front, child care in back
Warrenton seeks help with FEMA flood maps

Obituaries

Obituary: William J. ‘Bill’ Pratt
William Pratt obituary
Obituary: Donna Lee Maize
Death: Nov 25, 2014
Obituary: Kim L. Fredrickson

Sports

Northwest League belongs to Knappa
Loggers have a hold on all-league selections
Scoreboard, Nov. 25, 2014
Heppner hangs on, knocks off Knappa 25-16
State Playoff Football

Opinion

Cabbages and Kings: Capitol Hill charade masks gaping hole
Perennial senators and congressmen say nothing and do nothing.
Water Under the Bridge: Nov. 26, 2014
Envision a unifying leader at the helm
Editorial: How destructive will they be?

Life

Birth: Nov. 25, 2014
Birth notice
Students win VFW essay contest
In One Ear: The kingbird rules
Toys for Tots donation box ready

Business

Fish, beer help keep water rates low
Rising commercial water use in Astoria, an industrial lion’s share from fish processors and...
Seaside Signal honored as ‘Business of the Year’
Making the Dollar: Coastal Eye Care
Girl Friday here to help at home, office

Capital Bureau

State wants to reduce tax credit to biomass digesters
The state of Oregon wants to reduce the tax credits it offers to operators of facilities that...
ODOT reports urge more funding for roads
Recount likely on Oregon GMO labeling measure
Merkley explains Keystone pipeline vote

Signal

Class to create botanical holiday cards
A class on making botanical greeting cards will be held Dec. 6 at the Seaside Public Library.
Toys for Tots begins its annual collection
Butterfield Cottage to serve Gingerbread Tea
Gilbert District to participate in Shop Small Saturday

Gazette

City to hire new emergency management consultant
Expert will guide efforts of emergency preparedness and cache container committees.
Under fire: Stimson Lumber Company to consider ‘new tools’ to dispose of slash
Task force to work on housing issues
Column: Impressions: With a song in our hearts ...