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Edward Stratton

Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
Stratton, Edward

Planning Commission approves pot store at Cannery Lofts

- The Astoria Planning Commission approved a marijuana store at the Cannery Lofts.

Housing Crunch: For some young people, living with parents an option

- A competition for rentals

Warrenton woman creates KnukNFutz fun with friends

- Two local women helped create a KnukNFutz game.

Housing crunch: New college president had to move fast to find new home

- Breitmeyer, the new president of Clatsop Community College, sees the housing crunch in Clatsop County extending to his students.

Power company plans rate increase to cover Measure 97

- Pacific Power executives warn of a rate increase if Measure 97 tax passes.

Astoria, Warrenton earn high marks in state report cards

- State report cards show various Clatsop County districts excelling and lagging in graduation and the continuing education of students.

Prosecution rests against accused killer Roden

- The prosecution rested its case against accused toddler murderer Randy Roden Friday, after calling an expert in child abuse to testify.

Butane possible cause of explosion, fire

- Investigators have pointed to the manufacture of butane honey oil as the possible cause of an explosion and fire at a marijuana extract company Wednesday in Astoria.

Port of Astoria asks city to shore up tracks for freight traffic

- The Port of Astoria Commission wants the city to keep freight rail access open to the central waterfront.

Pathologist alleges toddler died of infection in Roden death penalty trial

- The defense of accused child killer Randy Roden called its key medical witness Tuesday, trying to prove 2-year-old Eva Wing died of a infection.

Explosion leads to fire at west-end pot business

- A fire broke out at Higher Level Concentrates marijuana extraction company in Astoria's Uniontown neighborhood Wednesday night.

Pathologist alleges toddler died of infection in Roden death penalty trial

- The defese of accused child killer Randy Roden called its key medical witness Tuesday, trying to prove 2-year-old Eva Wing died of a infection.

Port gives up lease tied to LNG project

- The Port of Astoria is relinquishing its lease on the Skipanon Peninsula.

Cafe Uniontown building for sale

- Another bar in Astoria's Uniontown neighborhood is up for sale.

Vintage Hardware celebrates new space

- Vintage Hardware opened its new downtown location over the weekend.

Murdered toddler’s mother testifies against Roden

- Dorothy Wing testified this week against her former boyfriend Randy Roden in the case involving the torture and murder of her 2-year-old daughter in Seaside.

‘Tall Cop Says Stop’ awareness talk comes to Astoria

- A national drug expert visited Astoria to talk drug culture.

Accused murderers will return to area after waiving extradition

- A Clatsop County couple accused of murder are heading home for trial.

Good Samaritans rescue fishermen

- Good Samaritans made a quick rescue off of Clatsop Spit Tuesday.

Port closes in on new stormwater treatment system

- More than three months past due, the Port of Astoria's stormwater treatment system is nearing completion.

Danish Maid baker: ‘People really thought the world of him’

- Lindstrom, the longtime proprietor of Lindstrom's Danish Maid Bakery, died Friday.

Kite fliers brave weather to enjoy hobby

- One of the world's foremost kite groups swoped into Seaside last week.

Warrenton schools seek room to grow

- Warrenton-Hammond School District must decide in the near future how to relieve its growing pains.

Tongue Point deal hits a wall

- Yet another proposal for the development of North Tongue Point looks dead in the water.

Local chambers oppose corporate tax

- Clatsop County's two largest chambers of commerce have joined the larger business chorus in opposition to a proposed gross receipt tax on corporations on Oregon's ballot next month.

Fifth-graders get 66 minutes to build a better robot

- The invitation was an Astoria-only pilot for the new Under the Sea STEM program, an effort to engage students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics at the museum

Knappa schools plan for the future

- Knappa School District is taking advantage of state support to plan its future.

Warrenton may seek bond to make way for students

- The Warrenton-Hammond School District has to figure out how to fit all the kids.

Preschool offers room to grow

- The push continues to improve preschool quality and affordability.

Steakhouse planned for Marine Drive

- Charlie's Chophouse has everything but the staff.

Two more pot stores planned for Astoria

- Five pot stores are in operation in Astoria, with three others in planning

Cormorant case heads to Oregon

- The lawsuit over the filming of double-breasted cormorant shooting on the lower Columbia River is moving from San Diego to Portland.

Mary Todd’s is up for a change

- For nearly half her life, her Uniontown bar was Astoria staple

Drilling down: Astoria is testing ground for new career-technical program

- Astoria High School students are piloting Clatsop County's new advanced manufacturing lab.

Port wavers on whether to ditch LNG sublease

- The Port of Astoria Commission came close but opted to wait on deciding whether to let go Oregon LNG from a sublease on the Skipanon Peninsula.

Educators find sweet spot in Warrenton

- Warrenton now has its own sweets shop.

In Jewell, a license to grow

- Clatsop County has its first state-approved recreational marijuana farm.

Retracing Lewis and Clark

- Nelson just finished retracing the steps of Lewis and Clark.

Brown turns down governor’s debate in Astoria

- Pierce had accepted invitation

Coast Guard celebrates a century of aviation

- The U.S. Coast Guard's Air Station Astoria has been around for more than 50 years. Aviation in the Coast Guard goes back a century.

State proposes denying liquor license for new Irish pub

- Owner has option to dispute proposed refusal

‘From the Pile’

- Clatsop County's trash is two artists' treasure.

Key player in Astoria downtown departs

- After three years as a face of downtown Astoria, Alana Garner is headed east.

Schools take steps to ensure water supplies are lead free

- Feed lines had lead issues

Traveling cannabis fair visits Astoria

- Another type of fair hit the Clatsop County Fairgrounds over the weekend.

Blind runners make incredible achievement

- Being blind isn't a handicap for members of the Team Eye Rock PDX to Coast relay team.

Rent-A-Center will close store in Astoria

- The store is liquidating

Sunset RV park passes muster

- Sunset Lake Resort & RV Park looks to be out of hot water.

Adopted Astorian honors Chinese heritage

- Astoria, a town once one-third Chinese, will soon hold a Mid-Autumn Festival.

Fall cruise season arrives with Regatta

- The second half of cruise ship season in Astoria has begun.