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Edward Stratton

Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
Stratton, Edward

School leaders worry about cost of lead testing

- District leaders understand the need for lead testing but worry about the costs

Keeping eyes, ears on the water

- The U.S. Coast Guard always has eyes and ears on boaters.

Port pushes Portland hotelier on legal claim

- The Port of Astoria wants spurned hotelier Param Hotel Group to admit to some facts before an upcoming trial in a lawsuit against the agency.

Local projects funded by state

- Two local infrastructure projects have received state backing.

Another pot shop chooses downtown

- Portland-based company plans shop on Commercial

Forging a future

- Classes for Warrenton High School's welders continued through summer.

Specialty food company sets up production in Astoria

- Main product is Voodoo Nuts

Hunsinger corrected on Bornstein loan

- Questions about financing for processing plant

Port project manager resigns

- Robert Evert, the Port of Astoria's permit and project manager since 2014, has resigned.

Pier 11 once again a mall

- Astoria's closest version of an indoor mall is alive again

Fort George turns to pedal power

- Fort George Brewery has invested in biking to work

Taskforce tears down to build up estuaries

- Columbia River Estuary Study Taskforce's work has both ecological and economic benefits.

Warrenton teachers, baseball coach honored

- Warrenton-Hammond School District staff got some big kudos Tuesday

Smyth to take lead at Jewell

- Former Knappa superintendent is new principal.

Port’s fish gut crusade puzzling

- The Port of Astoria's crusade to keep fish guts out of the Columbia River has regulators perplexed.

Port opens fish cleaning at East Mooring Basin

- The Port of Astoria has opened one of its two fish-cleaning stations.

Specialty crops are special guests at OSU dinner

- The state wants you to learn to eat local.

Cancer center gets off the ground

- The stars aligned locally and internationally for Columbia Memorial Hospital's new Knight Cancer Collaborative.

Suitor warns of time crunch on Tongue Point

- A developer said the Port of Astoria is running out of time to develop North Tongue Point into something big.

Chiropractor heads to Rio for Olympics

- Chiropractor with local ties heads to Rio

Port fish cleaning stations gutted

- The Port of Astoria has shut down recreational fish-cleaning at its mooring basins.

Camp Rosenbaum is full of firsts for kids

- Camp Rosenbaum provides childhood memories and the skills to be good citizens.

Port looks for benzene in old offices

- The Port of Astoria is researching whether there is benzene in the air at its old offices.

Riverwalk Inn hoteliers get two more years

- Trabucco and Orr have bought themselves more than two more years on their lease of the Astoria Riverwalk Inn

Area Democrats ready to follow Clinton

- Local opinions differ on the nomination of Hillary Clinton as the first major female presidential candidate.

Campus sprouts new look with Patriot Hall

- The top is complete for Clatsop Community College's new Patriot Hall, which has transformed the main campus.

Port divides cost to treat stormwater

- Tenants of the Port of Astoria will have to split the bill for a new multimillion-dollar stormwater system.

Port fined by the state over stormwater

- The Port of Astoria has been fined by the state for violating stormwater monitoring requirements.

Hard cider to mix with beer in Astoria

- Astoria will soon have a cidery

Lead found in Astoria, Seaside school water

- At least two school districts in Clatsop County have found high lead levels in their water.

Port awards million-dollar stormwater bid

- The Port of Astoria has a contractor to build its stormwater treatment system, but some commissioners are calling foul on how the builder was chosen.

Talking tacos, with a side dish of truth

- The Aguilars offer a taco for your thoughts

Local Republicans celebrate Trump

- Local conservatives gathered to celebrate Trump's victory lap Thursday

Reaching out, by extension

- Oregon State University Extension Service agents bring the school's expertise to the area.

Future of old Port offices in doubt

- Community Action Team will have to wait while the Port of Astoria decides what to do with its offices.

Inn seeks space to create marina village

- Astoria Riverwalk Inn's operators could be in for a big expansion along the Port of Astoria's central waterfront.

Riverwalk Inn operators want to expand

- The operators of the Astoria Riverwalk Inn could be expanding their waterfront interests.

Building a better boat in Astoria

- When veteran boat-buider Tim Hill talks about the local boat-working industry, he sees both hope and uncertainty.

Pier 38 RV Park to close, leaving some tenants aggrieved

- Residents say they're being strong-armed out of Pier 38 RV Park, which is closing in the fall.

College evacuates after gas leak

- A natural gas leak forced the evacuation of Clatsop Community College Thursday.

College invests in paging system for emergencies

- The college is investing in campuswide paging for emergency notifications.

Forest group critical of logging company’s grant request

- A local environmental group is taking issue with state funds supporting a log exporter

New pub and dining spot to open downtown

- The former Blue Ocean Thai will soon reopen as an all-day eatery.

Knappa names top administrators

- The Knappa School Board filled out its administration Wednesday.