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Few fish bite, but derby still delights
Edward Stratton/The Daily Astorian
Few fish bite, but derby still delights
Astoria High School's fishing derby provided few bites Saturday, but nonetheless a fun family outing.

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Ceremony to honor fallen police officers
Seaside Police Sgt. Goodding's death will be included in comments made during the ceremony and his name will be added to the Oregon Fallen Law Enforcement Officer Memorial during the 2017 ceremony.
Burglary, arson investigated at Warrenton restaurant
Burglary, arson investigated at Warrenton restaurant
Nobody was in the restaurant, and no injuries were reported.
LaMear holds monthly meeting
Mayor holds monthly gathering Wednesday
Park superintendent moving to Michigan post
Tucker, Lewis and Clark National Historical Park superintendent, will begin his new role in mid-June.
Sign up today for social media seminar
RSVP for LCHRMA "Social Media and the Workplace" seminar May 4
Regatta association to meet
Regatta meeting set for Wednesday
Road in Brownsmead closed for repairs
Road closure in Brownsmead
Cannon Beach selects Benedict as fire chief
Cannon Beach selects Benedict as fire chief
Board to offer Matt Benedict job as Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District chief
High-level staff depart mental-health agency
High-level staff depart mental-health agency
State and internal reviews are looking into management
Creative struggle: Artists describe tension of art, commerce
Creative struggle: Artists describe tension of art, commerce
Artists describe tension of art, commerce
Sodomy case dismissed in Goodding legal fallout
Sodomy case dismissed in Goodding legal fallout
The District Attorney’s Office has been doing damage control trying to prosecute cases where Sgt. Goodding was the lead or only officer.
Timberlands up for auction
Timberlands up for auction
Land has served as coastal tree farm
Top court affirms attempted murder ruling
Top court affirms attempted murder ruling
Former Seaview man will continue long prison term
Rare deer still in peril
Rare deer still in peril
Wildlife biologists want to keep native species on the endangered list
On the record: April 29, 2016
On the record
National Park visitors bring $15 million to North Coast
The 2015 report shows $16.9 billion of direct spending by 307.2 million park visitors in communities within 60 miles of a national park.
Fishing festival director resentenced after appeal
Fishing festival director resentenced after appeal
Williams, 51, was originally sentenced to more than three years in prison in 2013 after a jury found him guilty of first-degree aggravated theft, first-degree theft and tampering with a witness.
Best Bets: April 29, 2016
Best Bets: April 29, 2016
Weekend Best Bets for April 29 to May 1.
Correction: April 29, 2016
Name incorrect
‘Squaw’ names replaced in Grant County
‘Squaw’ names replaced in Grant County
Thirteen locations in Grant County have received new names from the USGS.
Wine time in Seaside
Wine time in Seaside
Enjoy regional wines at Seaside's Wine Walk on May 14.
‘My last hurrah’
‘My last hurrah’
Moore moved from Mahomet, Illinois, where he served as the chief executive officer for the Champaign County Regional Planning Commission since 2007.
Port backs seafood processor expansion
Port backs seafood processor expansion
Da Yang’s footprint at Pier 2 more than doubles
‘No rosy picture this year’
‘No rosy picture this year’
Water, sewer rate hikes recommended
Port approves emergency repairs to Pier 2
Port approves emergency repairs to Pier 2
Agency under pressure to make fixes by July