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Edward Stratton

Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
Stratton, Edward

Fulton wants Port to evict ‘Man Cave’

- Commissioner believes Life Flight take space

Warrenton hears school bond options

- School district tries to cope with growth

Warrenton wants Port’s help with levee money

- Kujala hopeful about state funds

Airport ‘Man Cave’ invites scrutiny

- Fulton makes it a political issue in Port campaign

J.C. Penney closure: ‘It’s like losing a friend’

- Customers saddened by loss of local mainstay

J.C. Penney to close in Astoria

- National retailer a fixture downtown

Last-minute jockeying for Port slots

- Fulton targets Campbell in election

Da Yang violated labor laws

- Fish processor fined $60,000

Several contested races are set for college, school boards

- Filing deadline ended Thursday

Court keeps college in timber lawsuit

- Botched vote stands

Fresh Starts helps students bloom

- Master gardeners teach youth about greenery

Developer buys Stephanie’s Cabin

- Hotelier also bought The Ship Inn

Astoria schools look to improve mental health screening

- District wants to serve social, emotional needs

Owners put Cathlamet brewery on the market

- River Mile 38 for sale

Chowder truck offers a taste of the Mo’s to come

- New restaurant will open in Astoria this summer

Astoria may get charter school

- Gray School alternative program would be a charter

Port of Astoria lowers airport bond

- Commissioners concerned about mitigation credits

County unemployment falls to lowest rate since 1990

- Down to 4.2 percent in January

Aggressive panhandling sullies downtown core

- Passers-by, retailers gripe about loitering, drunkenness

Waldorf gets new life as workforce housing

- Abandoned former hotel will likely become about 40 units of lower-income housing in the next couple of years

Jewell pot lab causes a ruckus

- The school district, which appealed the project last month, argued the site is not physically or socially suitable for a marijuana business

Craft3 consolidates in Astoria

- Lender moves into Fisher Bros. Building

At Fulio’s, new owner, chef offer Italian with a twist

- New owner, chef take on restaurant

Transit district also opted out of timber suit

- Board voted in January

Art with a message

- Clothesline Project calls attention to domestic abuse

Downtown Spexarth building welcomes new tenants

- The former Lindstrom’s Danish Maid Bakery will open as a to-go lunch spot this spring under new owners

Warrenton schools look for space to grow

- Higher ground not an option

Q&A: Specialist looks for signs of abuse

- Teen dating can have violent edge

Sen. Wyden promises to fight for Oregon way

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U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden faced numerous concerns from constituents at Astoria High School about the U.S. government under Donald Trump’s administration and a Republican-controlled Congress during his 799th town hall Fr...

Port opens mystery deposit box

- The Port of Astoria unearthed a piece of forgotten history at US Bank Thursday.

Economists highlight highs, lows on the coast

- The North Coast’s beauty and proximity to Portland can be both a charm and a challenge economically

Q&A: Real estate, psychology in Miss Oregon’s future

- Mather returned to Astoria High School

Food cart downtown goes local with sausage

- Sasquatch Sausage opens at Astoria Station

Pop-up lunch helps Job Corps chefs

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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 runs for Port seat

- Spence sees his newness as an advantage on the Port of Astoria Commission

Port backs bond at airport

- The Port of Astoria will ask Clatsop County voters for $2.6 million in May

Seaside sees dip in graduation rate

- Grad rates, by the numbers

A budding tourism industry

- More stores budding may lure tourists

College seeks designation as maritime center

- Bill likely in Congress

Rohne files for Port seat

- Former county commissioner may challenge Fulton

Off track: City, trolley face tough decisions over premier attraction

- Escalating maintenance costs and a chronic shortage of younger conductors are issues

College seeks pathway out of timber suit

- Clatsop Community College will petition the Linn County Circuit Court for a way out of the timber contract lawsuit

Knappa auction tops $100,000

- Prime rib, salmon and some lively bidding

Troubled shipyard approaches end game

- Astoria Marine struggling despite reprieve

Fulton ramps up flak at Port leadership

- Letter alleges violations of bylaws

EPA finalizes agreement with Nygaard’s on wetlands violations

- Company illegally filled 72 acres

Warrenton Warrior statue moves downtown

- The statue had recently become the most visual impact locally of a statewide ban on Native American mascots

Port explores bond for new Life Flight hangar

- Project could spur airport development

Commission roils in Port’s ongoing strife

- Commissioners take each other, Knight to task

Warrenton grad rates on the rise

- School goes from last in the pack to top tier