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Warrenton role model gets his due
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Warrenton role model gets his due
After a storied career, Mattila is getting his due on the gridiron at Warrenton High School.

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Il Trovatore at the Astoria Music Festival
Il Trovatore at the Astoria Music Festival
The Astoria Music Festival was a delight on Sunday
Point of View: Fourth of July memories
Point of View: Fourth of July memories
Point of View: Fourth of July
Planning Commission signs off on marijuana grow, soap business in Uniontown
Planning Commission signs off on marijuana grow, soap business in Uniontown
Growing pot and making soap: they're both light manufacturing.
Body of missing man in river recovered
Taliauli's death has been ruled accidental by the Clatsop County Medical Examiner
On the record: June 29
On the record
Ocean salmon fishery opens Friday in Washington
Ocean salmon fishery opens Friday in Washington
This year’s sportfishing opportunities are mostly focused on Chinook salmon, which are forecast to return at a rate slightly above the 10-year average
The cannon is back at the beach
The cannon is back at the beach
Cannon Beach's namesake will be displayed at History Center and Museum.
Water district moves to close road over dam
Water district moves to close road over dam
Liability concerns as debate on dam’s future continues
Elementary school kids eat for free in Seaside
Elementary school kids eat for free in Seaside
Seaside School District elementary school kids will be offered free meal plans
Public health director resigns, starts small farm business
Public health director resigns, starts small farm business
Mahoney came to Clatsop County in 2013 after working as a public health emergency preparedness liaison in the Oregon Health Authority’s Public Health Division.
County fair reduces admission prices
The fair will be held 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Aug. 2 through Aug. 6
California man arrested for smashing Liberty Theater window
California man arrested for smashing Liberty Theater window
Cited for criminal mischief
Seaside budget approved as city looks ahead
Seaside budget approved as city looks ahead
Major road project nearly completed
Maritime weigh-in rule dispute appears resolved
Maritime weigh-in rule dispute appears resolved
An association representing 19 major ocean carriers has agreed to accept combined cargo-container weights from marine terminals to keep exports moving.
Oregon slaughter facilities face challenges
Oregon slaughter facilities face challenges
Oregon's slaughter facilities are under pressure as owners retire or die, but replacements are hard to find.
Mitch’s Witches need new britches
Witches need Britches meeting today
‘Live your truth’: City councilor discusses misogyny and transphobia
‘Live your truth’: City councilor discusses misogyny and transphobia
June — Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride month — witnessed two significant moments in LGBT history.
Footvolley flies in Seaside
Footvolley flies in Seaside
Footvolley national qualifying tournament for the summer Olympics was in Seaside this weekend.
County: ‘No go’ for Arch Cape review
County: ‘No go’ for Arch Cape review
Arch Cape committee reactivated for now
Everyday People: Noteworthy conductor connects kids with classics
Everyday People: Noteworthy conductor connects kids with classics
Tsui has become a key leader with the Astoria Music Festival
New CEO continues ‘exciting journey’ at Providence Seaside
New CEO continues ‘exciting journey’ at Providence Seaside
Facing the future at Providence Seaside
Center upgrades sought, likely at cost to visitors
Center upgrades sought, likely at cost to visitors
Hotel room tax hike will likely fund convention center upgrades
Professional photographer on scene for front-row humpback performance
Professional photographer on scene for front-row humpback performance
The sighting is among many reported in Pacific County in recent weeks, with orcas also present
Tourist No. 2 to be on its way home soon
Tourist No. 2 to be on its way home soon
Capt. Christian Lint said he plans to bring the watercraft down to Astoria sometime next month — weather permitting — just in time for the Astoria Bridge’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Critics of dam removal target city manager
Critics of dam removal target city manager
Claim he should have disclosed engineering reviews