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Justice Antonin Scalia dead at 79
Scalia was part of a 5-4 conservative majority
Fallen officer is remembered for his dedication, smile
Talking Trash: From your curb, out to the world
A community grieves for fallen officer

Obituaries

Obituary: Judy Lorraine Eskola
Judy Escola obituary
Death: Feb. 11, 2016
Obituary: Jason Michael Goodding
Obituary: Nancy Miller

Sports

Gulls sweep the Valiants on player’s birthday
Ideue scores game-winner for girls; SHS boys now No. 1
Tomi takes bow at Westminster; saved family from fire
Timbers chop down North Coast United, 8-0
Tryout for Astoria Youth Baseball

Opinion

Editor’s Notebook: Inca successes and mistakes can still light our way today
Condors, string books and playful water management: Lessons from Peru
Editorial: Fulton mortgages Port’s credibility
Column: Feminism, hell and Hillary Clinton
Column: The many Mideast solutions

Life

Local student wins prestigious scholarship to Cambridge
Fitch goes to Cambridge University
Tour the Astoria Senior Center
In One Ear: Ghost passengers
In One Ear: Surf’s up

Business

In a name: Trademark issues lead to local rebranding and angst
Richard Erickson and Larry Cary were forced to change the names of their businesses in the face of...
Meet the Merchant - Bikes and Beyond
LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE: ‘Slow Lane’ closes in on trial opening
Well Preserved

Capital Bureau

Local biotech authority proposal replaced with fish labeling requirement
A bill that would allow local governments in Oregon to regulate biotech crops has been gutted and...
Brown says she’s talking to feds about land issues
Bill doubling renewable mandate passes to House floor
Senate passes three-tier minimum wage

Signal

Hundreds honor memory, sacrifice of Sgt. Goodding
State, federal dignitaries share thoughts, support
Police chaplain: ‘A lot of grief’ is going on’
The ultimate sacrifice: Thousands expected to honor slain Sgt. Goodding
Backpack program helps fill the hunger gap

Gazette

Goodding remembered in Cannon Beach as co-worker, friend
Cannon Beach remembers fallen officer
Welcoming pole marks cultural history
Finding the ‘quiet season’ isn’t so quiet in our city
Candy Kitchen shows support for family