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Fisherman found by divers inside vessel in Willapa Bay
Kevin Soule, the skipper, is believed to have been the only person on board
Snowy plovers spotted in Fort Stevens; first time in decades
Accidents on U.S. Highway 30 more prevalent near eastern Astoria
Photo gallery: Tourist season kicks off in Astoria

Obituaries

Obituary: Patrick McGee

Astoria

April 5, 1946 — May 7, 2018

Patrick McGee, at age 72, of Astoria,...

Memorial: May 25, 2018
Death: May 23, 2018
Memorial: May 23, 2018

Sports

Baseball: Late Knappa rally slays the Monroe Dragons
On to semi's for fifth straight season
Scoreboard: May 28, 2018
Baseball: Challengers blank Warrenton, 3-0
Scoreboard: May 25, 2018

Opinion

Editorial cartoon: Memorial Day choices

Our View: Oregon’s leaders need long-term strategies
Guest column: Our coastal community mourns for lost fisherman
Editorial cartoon: Supreme Court on workers’ rights

Life

Weekend Break: Warrenton family moved to St. Croix — and faced Hurricane Maria
Samantha and William Jones and their daughters witness beauty, destruction in the Caribbean
Local students direct funds to community programs
Birth: May 25, 2018
Camp Kiwanilong’s Summer Youth Program marks 40 years

Business

Couple plans farm-feel bed-and-breakfast in Miles Crossing
Astoria Farms Inn set amid agricultural land
Bornstein Seafoods buys apartments for employees in Warrenton
The Port of Astoria seizes an opportunity at Tongue Point
Seaside couple finds food cart opportunity in Astoria

Capital Bureau

State eases rules on building officials
An emergency rule by the Oregon Building Codes Division would have effectively shut down the...
Williams claims need for pot data, cooperation with local police
Tax-free grocery initiative closer to state’s November ballot
State grapples with gaps in I.T. project oversight

Signal

A night to celebrate
Gearhart centennial fireman’s ball is something special
Seaside tourism director named
Campus site work bid delivered at $17.4 million
Cuts at Seaside Downtown Development Association

Gazette

Campus site work bid delivered at $17.4 million
Some permits await; district has June target start
More than $4,000 raised for cancer treatment
Arch Cape community forest, rainforest preserve move forward to fundraising
Shovels at ready for sandcastle contest