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After narrow loss, Shortman takes a second shot at Gearhart mayor
After narrow loss, Shortman takes a second shot at Gearhart mayor
County GOP chairman runs for top spot
Point of View: School days
Point of View: School days
Point of View: Back to school
Coast Guard plucks two men from sinking boat on Columbia River
The Coast Guard rescued two men from the Desdemona Sands Tuesday.
Oregon audit: Forestry department stretched too thin
Secretary of state released the audit on Tuesday
Scores improve for Oregon students taking ACT college test
Thirty-two percent of showed they were ready for college across all four subjects
Correction: Aug. 24, 2016
Panel review clarified
On the record: Aug. 24, 2016
On the record
Land of the giants: The Nature Conservancy leads restoration of old-growth stands in Washington state
Land of the giants: The Nature Conservancy leads restoration of old-growth stands in Washington state
Ambitious Ellsworth Creek watershed restoration breathes life into forest
Seaside gives convention center plan the go-ahead
Seaside gives convention center plan the go-ahead
Seaside City Council renovation plan recommendation allows convention center to look to future
Port pushes Portland hotelier on legal claim
Port pushes Portland hotelier on legal claim
The Port of Astoria wants spurned hotelier Param Hotel Group to admit to some facts before an upcoming trial in a lawsuit against the agency.
Details of Seaside bond vote coming in September
Details of Seaside School District bond to relocate schools to be announced Sept. 1.
Frank hopes to make an impact in Seaside
Frank hopes to make an impact in Seaside
Councilor Frank to run for second term in Seaside
Firefighter will get back dog after it escaped, got adopted
A happy reunion
Going to the dogs
Going to the dogs
Submit photos of your dog
Herzig holds final meet-and-greet
Herzig holds meet and greet Saturday
Seaside, Hood to Coast hope for a fresh start
Seaside, Hood to Coast hope for a fresh start
Organizers have high hopes for this year's Hood to Coast 2016 after difficulties along the road.
Everyday People: From looking backward to making things happen
Everyday People: From looking backward to making things happen
Marketer makes his home in Cannon Beach
Blind Pilot roars at Liberty Theater
Blind Pilot roars at Liberty Theater
The Liberty Theater's Sunset Series resumed over the weekend with performances by a hometown favorite.
Local projects funded by state
Local projects funded by state
Two local infrastructure projects have received state backing.
‘White out’: Talking about race is a challenge
‘White out’: Talking about race is a challenge
Astoria residents talk about race
Coast Guard rescues mariner near Clatsop Spit
The U.S. Coast Guard hoisted a hypothermic mariner Saturday morning.
Downtown association presents marketing talk
ADHDA presents NEDTalk Tuesday
In One Ear: Just a conjecture?
In One Ear: Just a conjecture?
Sean Astin talks again
Pederson to run for City Council
Pederson to run for City Council
Music teacher is the founder of the Columbia River Symphony
The Deciders
The Deciders
Twelve jurors, with two to four alternates, will serve in the case against Randy Roden, the live-in boyfriend accused of murdering his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter and abusing her two sons in their Seaside apartment.