Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
- The Port of Astoria unearthed a piece of forgotten history at US Bank Thursday.
- The North Coast’s beauty and proximity to Portland can be both a charm and a challenge economically
- Mather returned to Astoria High School
- Sasquatch Sausage opens at Astoria Station
Drop in for lunch at Baked Alaska, and pay whatever you can.
Throughout the week, Chef Christopher Holen of Baked Alaska is holding a Pay What You Can pop-up lunch. Holen said the lunch was an idea he had for years...
- Spence sees his newness as an advantage on the Port of Astoria Commission
- The Port of Astoria will ask Clatsop County voters for $2.6 million in May
- Grad rates, by the numbers
- More stores budding may lure tourists
- Bill likely in Congress
- Former county commissioner may challenge Fulton
- Escalating maintenance costs and a chronic shortage of younger conductors are issues
- Clatsop Community College will petition the Linn County Circuit Court for a way out of the timber contract lawsuit
- Prime rib, salmon and some lively bidding
- Astoria Marine struggling despite reprieve
- Letter alleges violations of bylaws
- Company illegally filled 72 acres
- The statue had recently become the most visual impact locally of a statewide ban on Native American mascots
- Project could spur airport development
- Commissioners take each other, Knight to task
- School goes from last in the pack to top tier
- Fallout from Smithart’s tenure
- Injured in explosion at pot production facility
- Clatsop only county to opt out of class-action suit
- Sweet shop misses its baker
- Big Creek Hatchery to reduce salmon production
- “It was nothing short of amazing.”
Over the past five school years, Warrenton High School has steadily climbed from the worst to nearly the best in Clatsop County at graduating students in four years.
Since 57.9 percent of the class of 2012 graduate...
- Astoria and Warrenton announced four new citizens of the year for 2016
- Sewing and yarn shop to close downtown
- Latest entry in craft beer market opens doors in Astoria
- Error likely leaves college in suit
- Follows Clatsop County in exit
- Wyatt calls for investment in transportation
- Emergency preparation at high schools
- Building would be near school
- School board takes no action
- Owner claims she was forced out
- Astoria Makers is creating a shared space for craftsmen
- Commissioners did not explain their reasons
- Fulton accuses chairman of malfeasance
- Temporary glut slows processors
- The U.S. Coast Guard gathered Saturday to remember the 20 guardsmen who have lost their lives in the Pacific Northwest in the last 71 years.
- Representatives from Linn County have been making the rounds of local taxing districts over the $1.4 billion class-action timber lawsuit against the state.
- The Twilight Eagle Sanctuary was chosen for the release because of an abundance of food and other eagles.
- The main floor of the Astoria Armory was safe from lead residue, but the basement is closed for cleaning.
- Astoria now has an Italian food cart
- Clatsop Community College will decide later this month on whether to be a plaintiff in the timber lawsuit against the state.
- Clatsop Community College does not plan to return college programming to the Performing Arts Center.
- Locals got their chance to comment on the future of dams