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Edward Stratton

Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
Stratton, Edward

Free food, fun and friendship for area kids this summer

- Hundreds of students look forward to free lunches after school lets out.

Port chief proposes a levee solution

- Knight's idea could save money, fish habitat

Stormwater projects top of the list in Port of Astoria budget

- The Port of Astora has some multimillion-dollar stormwater obligations coming due.

Free to learn: Young inmates step up to earn their diplomas

- One-fifth of the population at North Coast Youth Correctional Facility graduated Thursday.

Persistence pays for Armory rebirth

- The Astoria Armory's resurgence gains more credibility with each event it hosts.

Triage on Tillamook Head

- It takes many hands to keep Tillamook Head open.

Weston takes on new role in King City

- Since leaving the Port of Astoria, Weston has found new moorage in King City.

Residents dig in against apartment complex

- The push and pull around a proposed 168-unit apartment complex in Miles Crossing continues.

New interest in Tongue Point

- The Port of Astoria has another bite on the line at North Tongue Point.

Kids have a rainy field day

- Students from Lewis and Clark had a rainy field day at CMH Field.

For graduates, a walk to remember

- Astoria High School seniors march across the city

College robotics team heads to NASA

- Only team in the state to advance in competition

Different paths lead top students to college

- Clatsop Community College's two students of the year took different paths to further their education.

Port debates letting Oregon LNG off the hook

- The Port of Astoria is still trying to figure out what to do with the Oregon LNG lease.

Students help restore windows at mausoleum

- A group of Clatsop Community College students helped let the light into a century old mausoleum.

Jewell grads step up to the future

- Graduation season started Saturday at Jewell School.

Stakes are high for education reform

- The state wants locals to reimagine education in Oregon.

Leaders seek reprieve for polluted shipyard

- County leaders are asking for a five- to 10-year moratorium on the impending closure of Astoria Marine Construction Co.

Triage on Tillamook Head

- It takes many hands to keep Tillamook Head open.

Jumping in, just in case

- Students in Tongue Point Job Corps Center took a dip in the Columbia River Wednesday.

Developer buys The Ship Inn

- Plans bigger investment in Astoria

Coast Guard changes command

- Timmons replaces Travers at Sector Columbia River

Pacific Seafood trial set for next spring

- Insurance money from fire at stake

Astoria bridges get makeover and monument

- A new interpretive display honors the craftsmanship behind Astoria's historic bridges, and the artwork of future generations who will continue to depend on the bridges.

‘Absolute high note’: Another Coast Guard commander to retire in Astoria

- Yet another U.S. Coast Guard commander is preparing to retire in Astoria.

No trial in Wal-Mart wetland squabble

- The legal battle over the wetland fill permit for Wal-Mart is unlikely to include a full trial.

Sour beer to join Astoria’s impressive brewing lineup

- Reach Break Brewing, Astoria's sixth beermaker, is starting to take shape.

Support builds for embattled shipyard: Advisory group hopes to relocate Astoria Marine Construction

- Support is building to relocate Astoria Marine Construction Co., which services the local fishing fleet.

Port hopes for disaster relief funds and grants

- Outside money could shape budget

Running hard: Talented Astoria athletes saddled with worn-out track

- Astoria High School has possibly the best girls track team in the state — their track, not so much.

Port aims to untangle knot of heavy debts

- The Port of Astoria, taxed with maintaining a crumbling public ingrastructure, needs some money.

Port sets development, financial goals for coming year

- North Tongue Point, expelling sea lions among priorities

Salmon are slip slidin’ to the Skipanon

- Kids got a chance to slide salmon down into the Skipanon River behind Warrenton High School Friday.

Butchers want to go local with meats

- Downtown Astoria could soon be home to two locally sourced butcher shops.

Tall tales: Students, seniors collaborate on realistic fiction

- Second-graders at John Jacob Astor Elementary School are giving residents at Clatsop Care Center an adventure story of a lifetime.

School board selects new food services director

- Astoria is hiring a retiring Coast Guardsmen as the director of its food service programs.

Double shot of trademark trouble: Astoria distiller has changed name twice

- An Astoria distillery is changing its name yet again to avoid a legal battle.

Warrenton Warrior in name, change in image

- The Warrenton-Hammond School Board voted to move away from Native American mascots.

Activists release video of cormorant culling

- An animal welfare group has released footage of double-crested cormorants being killed on the Columbia River.

An invitation to dance: ‘Giselle’ offers kids a glimpse into the arts

- Hundreds of local elementary schoolers got their introduction to ballet this past weekend.

Portwide effort needed to treat storm runoff

- The Port of Astoria has to come up with at least $1 million to improve stormwater treatment on the central waterfront and at North Tongue Point.

Top of the class at Astoria schools

- Astoria School District held an inaugural teacher and staff awards ceremony.

A trim or buzz cut? 73 million timber board feet auctioned each year

- The state is planning timber sales on more than 2,200 acres of the Clatsop State Forest over the coming year.

Riverwalk Inn hoteliers off the hook

- Astoria Hospitality Ventures has escaped the lawsuit over the Astoria Riverwalk Inn.

Animal welfare group sues Coast Guard

- The Coast Guard is being sued by an animal welfare group claiming the agency is stifling First Amendment rights to document animal-killing.

Few fish bite, but derby still delights

- Astoria High School's fishing derby provided few bites Saturday, but nonetheless a fun family outing.

For Pierce, a focus on jobs in GOP primary

- Salem oncologist in primary against Alley

Timberlands up for auction

- Land has served as coastal tree farm

New grant helps whiten teeth

- Providence Seaside Hospital is creating a school-based dental program with the help of some well-heeled philanthropic groups.

Port backs seafood processor expansion

- Da Yang’s footprint at Pier 2 more than doubles