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Jumping in: Astoria invests in parks workers
Katie Frankowicz/The Daily Astorian
Jumping in: Astoria invests in parks workers
Department hopes changes will encourage recruitment and retention

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Addiction treatment centers close in Astoria
Addiction treatment centers close in Astoria
Astoria Pointe and The Rosebriar shuttered
Cape Disappointment welcomes first female commander
Cape Disappointment welcomes first female commander
Shafer was stationed at the National Motor Lifeboat School a dozen years ago
New marker celebrates the USS Shark
New marker celebrates the USS Shark
An extraordinary ship lives on
Chapman will run for Seaside mayor
Chapman will run for Seaside mayor
Broadcaster is longtime resident
Everyday People: Clatsop County public works employee retires after 42 years
Everyday People: Clatsop County public works employee retires after 42 years
Credits co-workers for duration
Camp Rilea school juices electrical workforce
Camp Rilea school juices electrical workforce
A path to an apprenticeship
A big day for college grads
A big day for college grads
Clatsop Community College’s graduation was held on Friday.
Coast Guard rescues couple from sailing vessel
Rescue off the coast of Grays Harbor
A very Scandinavian weekend
A very Scandinavian weekend
Annual cultural festival at county fairgrounds
Astoria man robbed at gunpoint in his home
Warner, 42, arrested hours later
Well-known Hammond fisherman sent back to jail, posts bail
Well-known Hammond fisherman sent back to jail, posts bail
Bail was set at $1 million
Body of missing fisherman found at Fort Stevens
Yates, 53, had been missing since Tuesday
Lawsuit against Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare settled
Lawsuit against Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare settled
Suit involved claims of discrimination
J.C. Penney space in Astoria to become a market
J.C. Penney space in Astoria to become a market
Tap house, restaurants planned
Photo gallery: Salmon fishing on Youngs Bay
Photo gallery: Salmon fishing on Youngs Bay

When the salmon season started several months back, Tim Becken said there were nearly 40 boats on Youngs Bay competing for the prized delicacy. That dwindled to four last week. Salmon fishing continues to be a tough business. As he reeled in the...

Snubbed in Newport, tall ships will stop in Astoria and Coos Bay
Snubbed in Newport, tall ships will stop in Astoria and Coos Bay
Newport fishermen and businesses complained about visit during busy summer
Warrenton schools eye several master campus sites
Warrenton schools eye several master campus sites
Three sites under review
In One Ear: Goonie overload
In One Ear: Goonie overload
So many questions
March of Dimes honors local nurse
March of Dimes honors local nurse
A Columba Memorial nurse wins for the fourth year in a row
Rare whale dolphin washes ashore
Rare whale dolphin washes ashore
Northern right whale dolphin found in Manzanita
Astoria schools see improvement in attendance
Astoria schools see improvement in attendance
School district had flagged absenteeism as a problem
Astoria tackles final leg of riverfront plan
Astoria tackles final leg of riverfront plan
Urban Core will apply downtown
Clatsop County to pave over 3 miles of roads
$524,105 project scheduled to be completed by September
With peak tourism season upon the North Coast, hospitality industry left with job vacancies
With peak tourism season upon the North Coast, hospitality industry left with job vacancies
Affordable housing, lack of training factors in worker shortage
Volunteers help fight off plant invaders near Circle Creek
Volunteers help fight off plant invaders near Circle Creek
The invasive species known as policeman’s helmet is a pest

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