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One dead in car verses semi accident

This morning at about 3, Oregon State Police responded to a two vehicle, fatal crash, on U.S.

Crash kills one on Highway 101
Coast Guard rescues capsized boater
Dead man found near at Naselle intersection

Obituaries

Obituary: Frank Azevedo
Frank Azevedo obituary
Deaths: May 25, 2017
Deaths: May 24, 2017
Obituary: Janet Roseanne Mellott

Sports

Baseball: Loggers cruise, 22-2
Knappa will play Regis in semi's
Baseball: Mustang rally falls short; Astoria moves on
Scoreboard: May 26, 2017
Kukula wins individual title

Opinion

Our View: Shoutouts and Callouts
Praise for those who deserve it
Column: The Republican hypocrisy Hall of Fame
Column: Why Middle East peace starts in Saudi Arabia
Editorial cartoon: Memorial Day

Life

Salmonberry Hill celebrates a full first year

This month, Salmonberry Hill, a school in rural Astoria for kids ages 3 to 11 that blends...

In One Ear: Biggest box
In One Ear: Help the Astoria Ferry
In One Ear: This ’n that

Business

Paint with a pint downtown
Art teacher opens business
Chef puts lid on delicious career
For sale: When Oregon farm and ranch land changes hands
Iconic Seaside coffee hut passes to new generation

Capital Bureau

Oregon had no plan for checking Medicaid eligibility
More than three years after the expansion was launched under the Affordable Care Act, the state is...
Critics claim liability bill would banish GMOs from Oregon
State House votes to join effort to elect president by popular vote
State House approves ballot measure for impeachment process

Signal

Mayor, former mayor back Gearhart rental rules
Residents divided over regulations
Awards night at Seaside High School
Indians defeat Lady Gulls
Gearhart will reconsider video poker machines at brew pub

Gazette

Cannon Beach city manager heads to Sisters
Brought strategic plan, emergency response upgrades
Western snowy plover chick hatches at Nehalem Bay
Women motorcyclists ‘Flock to the Rock’
County won’t budge on Arch Cape committee