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Edward Stratton

Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
Stratton, Edward

Astoria Coffee Co. to close storefront, sell from home

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In 1991, Rick Murray and Peg Davis fled Seattle to reestablish their small-town roots in Astoria. The couple founded an espresso bar, Astoria Coffee Co., at the time one of the only purveyors of gourmet coffee in town. <...

Astoria, Port extend Maritime Memorial lease for 50 years

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The Port of Astoria Commission on Tuesday approved a 50-year extension of a lease with the city at the Maritime Memorial Park to help the volunteer committee running it begin expansion.

The memorial, located undern...

Port of Astoria Commission backs enterprise zone expansion

- Creates tax incentives for commercial development

Filmmaker plans new winery on North Coast

- Tasting room in Astoria

County allays concerns over Jewell school clinic

- School district will apply for state grant

Late nursing instructor remembered for passion in teaching, outdoors

- Choate died while hiking

Candy Skein finds sweet craft spot in Astoria

- New shop opens in November

Flavel home nears restoration

- Tours could help finance biography

Kidney center construction planned for Astoria

- Dialysis stations could open next fall

Tours take Astoria’s history underground

- A peek underneath the city

Bucket Bites brings pasties to Astoria

- New food cart on Marine Drive

Developers propose new hotel near Astoria’s South Slope

- A Marriott or Hilton is possible

From clearcut trees to habitat for bees

- Hampton Lumber part of research project

Warrenton Grade School overflows, a sign of the city’s growth

- Overcrowding one of the issues behind bond

Astoria schools offer students free breakfasts

- Meals could help student performance

Easom Property Management transitions to new firm

- One of the largest rental firms in the region

Warrenton schools see best campus opportunity on Dolphin Avenue

- Project depends on bond money

Penny Wise Thrift Store in Warrenton to close

- Store served a larger mission

Girls Build promotes interest in trades

- A traveling summer camp

Dollar General plans store in Knappa

- Part of a national expansion

At Jewell School, backing for grant

- A narrow vote after concerns about safety

Astoria Warehousing sells Knappa property

- Plan is to continue as warehouses

Deal reached on Port of Astoria oil cleanup

- Prevents pollution from reaching river

Port of Astoria hopes to pivot to fiber-optic business

- New data center could be catalyst

Port Commission open to East Mooring Basin project

- Underused marina would be redeveloped

Jetty stones roll through Warrenton, Astoria

- Rock used to shore up North Jetty

Jewell School backs health center grant

- A narrow vote after concerns about safety

Everyday People: Land steward finds a trail back home

- Tomlinson works with the land trust

Developers offer new vision for East Mooring Basin in Astoria

- Floating homes and a cruise ship terminal

Home Baking Co. owners offer up historic business in Astoria

- Founded by Finnish immigrants

Frite & Scoop plans to expand to Forest Grove

- Astoria gourmet ice cream shop branches out

Local mariner donates to Columbia River Maritime Museum

- A $1.5 million gift

Pacific Seafood opens new Warrenton plant

- Life after a devastating fire

At Hipcamp, a link to the outdoors

- Like Airbnb, but for camping

Art Garden takes seed in Astoria

- Artists step into downtown space

Burgers and tacos served up at bAKos in Astoria

- New food cart downtown

Clatsop County sells land for data center

- Project in Warrenton

Warrenton schools finalize $38.5 million bond

- Request will go before voters

Port of Astoria, Life Flight reach deal for new hangar

- A $1 million project

Entrepreneur plans data center in Warrenton

- Cox has local ties

Clatsop County backs lodging tax for new jail

- Money for jail operations

In future employment in Northwest Oregon, education will pay

- Service sector could have one-third of growth

Dale Barrett leads new surveying firm

- Passing on institutional knowledge of the coast

New firm takes over local land surveying

- Passing on institutional knowledge of the coast

Buoy Beer joins push to reduce carbon footprint

- Drink, rinse, refill, repeat

Big River Construction moves to Miles Crossing

- Company has outgrown space on Olney Avenue

Astoria log exporters settle lawsuit

- Fallout from a partnership that soured

Buoy 10 opens with lower forecasted runs

- Warmer ocean conditions blamed

Bonamici visit highlights salmon recovery efforts

- Money key for habitat projects

Astoria City Council backs new Astoria Co-op Grocery design

- Councilors reject appeal from neighbors