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Southern Exposure: Le Guin, Roth were literary exiles, voices of their times
Southern Exposure: Le Guin, Roth were literary exiles, voices of their times
In many ways they were polar opposites

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Writer’s Notebook: In historic moment, Senate committee rebukes Trump
Writer’s Notebook: In historic moment, Senate committee rebukes Trump
Stirring from hibernation, Senate Intelligence Committee rebukes President Trump
Guest column: Mission Control launches in Seaside schools
Guest column: Mission Control launches in Seaside schools
Payoff is better-behaved, happier kids
Water under the bridge: 1943 — farm labor situation in Clatsop County is dark
Water under the bridge: 1943 — farm labor situation in Clatsop County is dark
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Guest column: Astoria School Board seeks input on bond levy
Guest column: Astoria School Board seeks input on bond levy
Board has spent more than a year working with a citizen-based committee
Southern Exposure: Partnership to bring wheelchairs to the beach in Seaside
Southern Exposure: Partnership to bring wheelchairs to the beach in Seaside
‘Heartbreaking’ scene motivates Anderson
Guest column: Hopeful, troubling developments on homelessness front
Guest column: Hopeful, troubling developments on homelessness front
Each one of us bears the societal costs of inaction
Water Under the Bridge: July 4, 2018
Water Under the Bridge: July 4, 2018
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Southern Exposure: KISS guitarist reflects on education, days in Cannon Beach
Southern Exposure: KISS guitarist reflects on education, days in Cannon Beach
Rock ‘n’ roll 101 with Thayer
Water under the bridge: 1943 — destroyer escort ship to be named for fallen war hero
Water under the bridge: 1943 — destroyer escort ship to be named for fallen war hero
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Guest column: Working forests help Oregon fight climate change
Guest column: Working forests help Oregon fight climate change
Many on North Coast make their living in renewable wood products sector
Southern Exposure: Is your running shoe hurting you?
Southern Exposure: Is your running shoe hurting you?
Seaside’s Ter Har a doctoral candidate at 24
Guest column: County leaders should observe democracy
Guest column: County leaders should observe democracy
Will county government run smoothly after the election?
Water under the bridge: 1943 — footwear emporiums still swamped with customers
Water under the bridge: 1943 — footwear emporiums still swamped with customers
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Guest column: Punishing children is one step too far
Guest column: Punishing children is one step too far
Is this really what we want this country to be?
Southern Exposure: Parking, the hottest summer topic in Cannon Beach
Southern Exposure: Parking, the hottest summer topic in Cannon Beach
Can you get a spot in Cannon Beach this summer?
Guest column: Don’t continue to deny homeless problem
Guest column: Don’t continue to deny homeless problem
Set aside distractions and begin chipping away at challenge
Publisher’s Notebook: Working together to be responsible stewards
Publisher’s Notebook: Working together to be responsible stewards
Fisheries tour a great crash course in the issues
Water under the bridge: 1943 — ‘No one has a moral right to do any pleasure driving at all’
Water under the bridge: 1943 — ‘No one has a moral right to do any pleasure driving at all’
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Southern Exposure: Looking for a magic bio-bullet for Gearhart elk
Southern Exposure: Looking for a magic bio-bullet for Gearhart elk
City may seek a magic ‘bio-bullet’
Writer’s Notebook: Politicians need daily dose of ego feed
Writer’s Notebook: Politicians need daily dose of ego feed
For aging politicians, television's ego-feed can be a dangerous addiction
Water Under the Bridge: Robert F. Kennedy assassinated 50 years ago
Water Under the Bridge: Robert F. Kennedy assassinated 50 years ago
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Editor’s Notebook: Honoring D-Day, 40 years later
Editor’s Notebook: Honoring D-Day, 40 years later
In front of me lay Omaha Beach at low tide
Nicholas Kristof: Trump immigration policy veers from abhorrent to evil
We as a nation must protect our soul
Southern Exposure: Reimagining a historic Indian village
Southern Exposure: Reimagining a historic Indian village
Former school sits on site of NeCus’ village, a gathering point for tribes

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