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Edward Stratton

Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
Stratton, Edward

New owners, same Warrenton street

- A new family has taken the reins of Main St. Market.

Port sets workshop on Riverwalk Inn muddle

- The Port of Astoria has a big meeting Tuesday.

Rescue radio covers the coast

- The U.S. Coast Guard covers the coastline with its emergency radio system.

Window to a new life: Astoria man finds his way in historic restoration

- Chris Gustafson is an original Astoria success story.

First Presbyterian Church dresses up

- The First Presbyterian Church of Astoria is at the mid-point of its restoration project.

Welcome to the fray? Port has options to run rundown waterfront hotel

- A merry-go-round of Astoria Riverwalk Inn suitors descended on the Port of Astoria Commission's meeting Tuesday.

Port Commission, executive director spar over micromanagement

- A Port of Astoria commissioner wonders whether the director's allowed to hire people.

College tries to capture community in one committee

- Clatsop Community College attempted to create a countywide all-star team.

Cyclists honored by — and for — veterans

- Bike Trip America returned to Astoria Saturday.

Port fears Riverwalk Inn suitor may back away

- Bellingham, Wash.-hotelier Mark Hollander will make one last pitch to the Port of Astoria Commission Tuesday on his vision to develop Uniontown.

Astoria High School has new vice principal

- Astoria High School has a new vice principal.

Red Building finds a buyer

- The Red Building has a buyer.

Learning to learn: Camp teaches new kindergarteners how to behave in school

- Kindergartners go to school early — to learn how to be at school.

New operator for Riverwalk Inn emerges

- The Port of Astoria's preferred short-term operator of the Astoria Riverwalk Inn was revealed during a meeting Tuesday.

Everyday People: Local bus dispatcher wins state award

- Denise Richardson, a bus dispatcher for the Astoria School District, won a top Oregon administrative support award.

Lunch for free: Government to pick up tab for Astoria lunches

- Government to pick up tab for Astoria elementary school lunches, breakfasts

Education in action: Tongue Point Job Corps students test their skills

- Tongue Point Job Corps Center students test their skills as interns all around Astoria.

College board introduces new interim president

- Clatsop Community College's governing board announced when it wants to select a new president.

Coast Guard has busy day of rescues

- The Coast Guard rescued four fishermen Tuesday, north and south of the Columbia River.

Keeping fishing fever in check

- The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary helps Buoy 10 stay humming

Young woman finds path through science

- Astorian Alexiya Lee is part of the select group of American youths personally honored by Congress.

Port, Smithart end eviction clash over hotel

- The Port of Astoria and indebted hotelier Brad Smithart appear to have reached a deal.

Local chef, sister open Paradoxx

- The former Tide Point Restaurant is once again open for business, albeit under a new name and with its third set of owners.

Private airport operation could cost Port a lot

- The Port of Astoria is reviewing a proposal by Brim Aviation to operate the airport, which could initially cost the Port $85,000 annually.

Military training zone could cramp coastal jet traffic

- The Oregon Air National Guard is proposing new air training areas over the North Coast and Long Beach (Wash.) Peninsula.

Port of Astoria buoys marina

- The Port of Astoria is trying to end the bleeding at its marinas.

Timber sales profit, perturb local community

- Some timber sales in the Astoria District of the Clatsop State Forest have environmentalists rankled.

Migrant summer school provides some stability

- Migrant summer school offers a leg up to area's itinerant workers.

Rebuffed Riverwalk Inn suitor prepared to sue

- A rebuffed suitor for the Astoria Riverwalk Inn is prepared to sue.

Port worries about dangerous mix of log trucks, cars, people

- The Pier 3 parking lot on the Astoria Riverwalk could be closed for safety reasons.

Dueling lawsuits: Log exporters take beefs to court

- Both sides allege breaches of a contract they entered into in January 2014.

Local family to take on Riverwalk Inn

- The Astoria Riverwalk Inn has a new operator.

Scammers call on coastal businesses

- Utility scammers are making another round on the coast.

Carving culture

- Come carve at the maritime museum.

For The Harbor, a new oasis takes form

- The Van Dusen Building is making progress into the new Harbor.

Boone counts wins, frustrations, in Salem

- Rep. Deborah Boone provides her takeaways from one of the busiest legislative sessions ever.

Riverwalk Inn lease spoken for

- The Astoria Riverwalk Inn, receiving varied interest, is apparently spoken for.

Food on the go: New food carts join standbys in Astoria

- Each weekend, Astoria's cuisine expands as food carts open their windows.

Legislature adds Clatsop County to resort plan

- Clatsop County could be in play for a new small-scale recreation community.