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Edward Stratton

Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
Stratton, Edward

Astoria distiller faces another copyright challenge

- Pilot House Spirits hanged name last year after legal threat

Most county high schools see growth in graduates

- Graduation rates showed gains in most districts, but male students struggled, according to a recent state report.

Window to the past; Door to the future

- Students come from all over the country to fix up Astoria's old buildings.

Port master plan needed before old Red Lion restaurant can roar again

- The Port of Astoria can't offer up a restaurant until it has completed a master plan, according to staff.

Downtown Coffee under new ownership

- Downtown Coffee Shop has reopened with a new set of owners.

Warrenton school board interviews new recruits

- Two emerge to fill vacancies

Warrenton schools aim to take community’s pulse

- Board ponders vision before deciding to build or upgrade schools

A Hollywood ending for daring surfmen

- "The Finest Hours" reminded some senior Coast Guard surfmen how far technology has come.

Knappa superintendent resigns

- Search on for replacement

Astoria distiller faces another copyright challenge

- Pilot House Spirits hanged name last year after legal threat

Oser fills out Astoria School Board

- Appointment brings financial expertise.

Fulton defies call to resign from CREST council

- The Port of Astoria commissioner is still representing the agency on the Columbia River Estuary Study Taskforce's council.

Outreach helps give Latinas wings

- Clatsop Community College is reaching out to an underserved female population.

Putting Pier 2 to the test

- State bridge inspectors are trying to help the Port of Astoria see what exactly is holding up Pier 2.

Stamper joins newspaper’s advertising team

- Sometimes a coffee order turns into a new career.

Clinic serves primary, addiction needs

- North Coast Medical Clinic hopes to provide a hybrid of primary and substance abuse medical services.

Goldeen remembered as a community leader

- Ann Goldeen, a promoter of health and community on the North Coast, died Sunday.

On drugs and kids, recovering addict says it’s about education

- County teens have higher rates of reported drug use

Port signs off on runway repairs contract

- Commission also backs draft of new boatyard rates

Port of Astoria tries dancing the sea lions away

- The Port of Astoria's efforts on sea lions has at least one admirer in California.

Hard work pays off on Port audit

- A recently released audit shows the Port improved its net financial position by more than $1 million between July 1, 2014, and June 30, the agency’s most recent complete fiscal year.

Coast Guard daughter close to national honors

- Warrenton High School senior Ashley Fish is representing all U.S. Coast Guard children in Oregon.

Author reveals Oregon’s tainted history on slavery

- Oregon wasn't an innocent in the issue of slavery.

Developer plans Miles Crossing apartments

- Richard Krueger is in the planning stages of another Astoria apartment complex.

Winter storms leave costly mark

- Local officials hope for state and federal help

Wyden stresses the ‘Oregon way’

- Solutions, not standoffs, the senator says

Highway 202 fix leaves residents soggy

- Some fear flooding will worsen

A big bird day for Columbia Estuary Christmas Bird Count

- The Columbia Estuary Christmas Bird Count set a new record for species found.

Port of Astoria Commission looks at severing ties with estuary task force

- The Port of Astoria is the second on the lower Columbia River looking at leaving the Columbia River Estuary Study Taskforce.

Port committee looks at options to thwart sea lion invaders

- A full range of emotions regarding sea lions was on display Tuesday at the Port of Astoria.

Legal fight over log work trudges along

- Companies at odds over log-handling deal

Port of Astoria denies hotel deal allegations

- The Port of Astoria has denied allegations of contract breach and local bias brought by Param Hotel Group over the handling of the Astoria Riverwalk Inn.

Coast Guard keeps watch over crab fleet

- Wildlife officers got a bird's eye view of the commercial Dungeness crab fishery opening, courtesy of the U.S. Coast Guard.

New Neighbors: West Coast transplants find room to grow

- Chelsea Johnsen and Austen Conn found a place to grow in Astoria.

Da Yang dinged for flushing without a permit

- Da Yang Seafoods' operation in Astoria faces fines from the state for discharging wastewater without a permit.

New Year’s resolution: Sell more Flavel properties

- Selling Mary Louise Flavel's downtown property will have to wait until next year.

DA declines to prosecute former Riverwalk Inn operator

- Former Astoria Riverwalk Inn operator Brad Smithart does not face criminal charges.

Seafare rising? New life on West End

- Interest is hot in the West End Mooring Basin, where tenants enjoy budget rent with a $1 million view.

New Neighbors: The American dream through entrepreneurship

- The Kumars have come a long way in pursuit of the American dream.

Port ends case with final fired employee

- The Port of Astoria is closing the book on two lawsuits brought by fired employees.

Downtown lot’s first food fixture opens Friday with samples

- A new food cart is coming to the Astoria waterfront.

Not your mother’s fish sticks: OSU Seafood Lab focuses on production, quality, safety

- Seafood experts research under the radar in Astoria.

Students learn English by staying put

- Astoria educators are linking language and content to keep English learners with their peers.

Port commissioner wants to sue the feds over sea lions

- Commissioner Bill Hunsinger wants the Port of Astoria to go after the federal government regarding sea lions.

Behind bars, graduates take big step

- Five high school graduates took a big step forward in life after graduating while incarcerated.

Port hires pilot to run airport

- The Port of Astoria has hired a pilot to manage the Asoria Regional Airport.

Port interested in South Tongue Point

- Mushen takes Port Commission chairman post

Hanukkah lights up the holidays

- Jewish Festival of Lights ends tonight

Oregon lawmakers work to protect Newport Coast Guard post

- A provision included in the U.S. Coast Guard Reauthorization Act of 2015 will keep the air station in Newport open for at least two more years.

High-schoolers learn health beat

- Local high school students are getting a crash course in the health care field.