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R.J. Marx
Southern Exposure: Friday night lights in Seaside
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Southern Exposure: Literary dystopia and a surprise antidote
Southern Exposure: Literary dystopia and a surprise antidote
When the world goes off the rails
Guest column: Jail is a necessity, not a luxury
Guest column: Jail is a necessity, not a luxury
Dangerous felons are released every week
Water Under the Bridge: Chinook nation gifts flag to maritime museum
Water Under the Bridge: Chinook nation gifts flag to maritime museum
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Southern Exposure: Can illegal fireworks be deterred in Seaside?
Southern Exposure: Can illegal fireworks be deterred in Seaside?
An explosive topic at City Hall
Publisher’s Notebook: A chance to meet your local candidates
Publisher’s Notebook: A chance to meet your local candidates
Read, attend a forum, become informed
Pro-Con: Is it time to end the ethanol mandate for automotive fuel?
Pro-Con: Is it time to end the ethanol mandate for automotive fuel?
The White House is taking a close look at ethanol policy
Guest column: Mitchell, Lower discuss senior, disability issues
Guest column: Mitchell, Lower discuss senior, disability issues
Do you know where candidates stand on issues that affect seniors and people with disabilities?
Water under the bridge: 1968 — Englishman paddles route of fur traders
Water under the bridge: 1968 — Englishman paddles route of fur traders
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Writer’s Notebook: Ghost of campaign past revisits Walden
Writer’s Notebook: Ghost of campaign past revisits Walden
If he has painted a target on his back, it is health care
Southern Exposure: Tracking the pedigree of the ‘Beeswax’ shipwreck
Southern Exposure: Tracking the pedigree of the ‘Beeswax’ shipwreck
‘Just a matter of time’ as evidence fills the gaps
Pro-Con: Will ban on fossil fuel energy by 2045 devastate California’s economy?
Pro-Con: Will ban on fossil fuel energy by 2045 devastate California’s economy?
Alternative energy is by far the fastest-growing segment of the energy industry
Guest column: We need a new jail — and better mental health services
Guest column: We need a new jail — and better mental health services
Treatment of mentally ill is a tragedy
Water under the bridge: 2008 — Native American mural dedicated in Seaside
Water under the bridge: 2008 — Native American mural dedicated in Seaside
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Southern Exposure: Candidates to be heard in Seaside
Southern Exposure: Candidates to be heard in Seaside
Signal joins AAUW in candidate forum
Pro-Con: Are big banks wrong to deny services to clients that manufacture or sell guns?
Pro-Con: Are big banks wrong to deny services to clients that manufacture or sell guns?
Do their actions serve the public?
Water under the bridge: 1968 — facelift for downtown Astoria?
Water under the bridge: 1968 — facelift for downtown Astoria?
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Writer’s Notebook: A crazy genius and his demons
Writer’s Notebook: A crazy genius and his demons
Robert Jacob was a key to Astoria’s rebirth
For Seymour Hersh, a long career is the best revenge
For Seymour Hersh, a long career is the best revenge
R.J. Marx is The Daily Astorian’s South County reporter and editor of the Seaside Signal and Cannon Beach Gazette.
Pro-Con: Are Americans more divided now than in the past?
Pro-Con: Are Americans more divided now than in the past?
Country split across different fault lines
Guest column: To keep communities safe, vote no on Measure 105
Guest column: To keep communities safe, vote no on Measure 105
Good policing isn’t just about responding to 911 calls
Water under the bridge: 1968 — State police stop ‘hairy’ band of motorcycle riders
Water under the bridge: 1968 — State police stop ‘hairy’ band of motorcycle riders
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Writer’s Notebook: Forgotten Oregon pioneer pushed American apartheid
Writer’s Notebook: Forgotten Oregon pioneer pushed American apartheid
Slaves were brought west on the Oregon Trail
Southern Exposure: Seaside keeps safe water foremost at reservoir
Southern Exposure: Seaside keeps safe water foremost at reservoir
Clean water is no accident

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