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Edward Stratton

Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
Stratton, Edward

Judge rules against Westerlund’s attempt to dismiss claims in log fight

- Complex legal case at the Port

Homebuilders respond to housing scarcity

- Warrenton site of over 500 units in the works

Portland hotelier takes action against Port

- Seeks legal victory over delayed transcripts

Port adopts budget and bids farewell to commissioners

- Last meeting for Fulton, Raichl

Oregon Promise helps graduate take next step

- Student’s college fund drained for parents’ health costs

Graduates shine at Patriot Hall

- Ceremony shows off new building

Loopholes delay college ‘tobacco-free’ campus policy

- Proposal goes back for review

College projects enrollment increase

- New budget is nearly $11.6 million

Butane broker seeks distance from lawsuit

- Sued after explosion in pot shop last year

Knight blames Hunsinger for legal complaint against Port staffer

- Commissioner denies the charge

Port moves against former Riverwalk Inn operator

- Smithart failed to make payments

Port budget committee punts on fiscal plan

- Leaves decision to Port Commission

Running with pride: Jewell spends big to bring track home

- A third of high-schoolers are involved in the sport

J&H Boatworks will sell to neighbor

- Worries surface over future of Tongue Point

Cancer care gets new home in fall

- CMH, OHSU center to offer myriad services

Astoria Co-op Grocery finds a new location

- Lease at Mill Pond

No money for Life Flight in Port budget

- Bond was rejected by voters

‘This is a remembrance:’ North Coast honors service of the fallen

- Memorial Day has been celebrated since 1866. The American Legion Clatsop Post 12 has organized the local ceremony in some form since 1919

Merkley talks health care at town hall

- Democrat urges people to use national pressure

Port plans to dredge West Mooring Basin

- Sediment is threatening docks

Paint with a pint downtown

- Art teacher opens business

Port budget will shrink under plan

- Agency struggles with infrastructure

From farm to wetland, a food web is born

- Tribe, BPA partner on tidal project

The Harbor’s Van Dusen Building goes up for sale

- Move deemed too costly

Almost there: College’s Patriot Hall nears completion

- Clatsop Community College’s leaders hope to have the building available for graduation June 16

Robotics team qualifies for international event

- Clatsop the only college team from Oregon

Campbell, Rohne, Spence win big in Port races

- Battle for control of the Port

Airport bond measure fails

- Money was for Life Flight, airport

Juice bar focuses on raw nutrition

- Latest offering at food-cart pod

Frankowicz joins Daily Astorian reporting team

- Former intern, reporter returns

Tough rules: Da Yang explains waste, labor violations

- Second round of fines brings about an explanation

College hires new VP, dean in-house

- Frimoth, Toyas named to leadership posts

Rescue team practices saving ocean victims

- Nonprofit drills to practice saving ocean victims

Sheriff finds no wrongdoing at Man Cave

- Allegations from Fulton ‘political in nature’

Marijuana processors charged with assault, recklessness

- The owners of a marijuana processor that blew up in October were indicted Friday by the Clatsop County District Attorney’s Office

Management, morale concerns drive health district races

- Candidates are split over administration

Port candidates clash at forum

- Divides over airport bond, staff performance

College board candidates talk PAC, innovation

- Forum featured two contested races

Health center divides school board candidates

- Two contested races in Astoria

Fulton takes airport manager to task over staff report

- Conflict of interest alleged in Port bond

End of the ghost riders? Port looks at leasing trucks for longshoremen

- The agreement would end a longstanding disagreement between the Port’s dockside labor force and premier tenant, Astoria Forest Products

Lawsuit over Riverwalk Inn heads to trial in October

- Judge rejects requests by Port, hotelier to decide

Airport bond looks to future

- Money to help finance hangar, development

Property owner wants explosion lawsuit moved

- Case is in Multnomah County

Crab feed: All it’s cracked up to be

- Since the beginning of the Astoria Warrenton Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival, the Rotary has organized a crab feed with whiskey soup.

Port to appeal DEQ penalty

- Stormwater treatment ran behind schedule

Position 1: Campbell and Fulton square off

- Race could tip power

Position 2: Rohne, Hellberg are experienced hands

- Dairy farmer, fisherman strive for civility

Position 5: O’Grady, Spence vie to replace Raichl

- O’Grady is a Fulton ally

Three of six Port candidates appear at forum

- Fulton, Hellberg and O’Grady mostly agree