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Pinnipeds by the score
JOSHUA BESSEX — The Daily Astorian
Pinnipeds by the score
Humans, sea lions and seals alike are sharing in the bounty of the Columbia River.

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Senator calls for transparency in boatyard issue
Senator calls for transparency in boatyard issue
The boatyard will be the hottest topic at Tuesday's Port of Astoria Commission meeting.
Toledo expands boatyard, while Astoria’s closes
While the Port of Astoria looks to close its boatyard, Toledo is spending more than $6 million to expand its.
Port plan for marine cluster erodes
Port plan for marine cluster erodes
The Port of Astoria's grand plans for a Pier 3 marine industrial cluster have eroded over the years, now largely replaced by logs.
Boatyard closure raises alarm
Boatyard closure raises alarm
Port of Astoria tenants question whether boatyard closure is environmental benevolence or to clear space for logs.
Port of Astoria plans to close boatyard; Ilwaco braces for possible influx of boats
Port of Astoria plans to close boatyard; Ilwaco braces for possible influx of boats
Port of Astoria closes boatyard; Port of Ilwaco plans for influx of boats
Enterprise zone gets Port green light
Enterprise zone gets Port green light
The Port of Astoria Commission became the first governing body to approve the Clatsop Enterprise Zone.
Lawsuits paint grim picture of Port under Weston
Lawsuits paint grim picture of Port under Weston
Colleen Browne and Tami Herman, two Port of Astoria employees fired late last year and now suing their former employer and the Port's former interim director.
Port is afloat in first 6 months
Port is afloat in first 6 months
For the first time in more than a year, the Port of Astoria presented financial statements.
Riverwalk Inn owner beholden to many
Riverwalk Inn owner beholden to many
Astoria hotelier and arcade entrepreneur owes a lot of money to a lot of people.
Bunun Fortune escapes Astoria
Bunun Fortune escapes Astoria
After a six-day loading turned into two weeks amid labor-shipper contract standoffs, the Bunun Fortune finally made it out of Astoria.