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Edward Stratton

Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
Stratton, Edward

Tongue Point purchase back in Port’s sights

- The Port of Astoria's once again looking at how to buy North Tongue Point.

Get a bachelor’s in nursing, without leaving the North Coast

- Students in Clatsop Community College's nursing program will soon be able to attend Oregon Health & Science University without leaving the coast.

Port parking could provide big revenue

- A volunteer committee's looking at how to help the Port of Astoria make money off fishing tourists.

Port board stays same; Hazen wins Health District race

- Three Port of Astoria commissioners cruised to victory Tuesday, while the Clatsop Care Center Health District featured the only contested race in the countywide arena.

Clyde keeps Cannon Beach fire seat

- Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District featured one of the only contested races in the county Tuesday.

The science of right now, right here

- An army of ninth-graders from Astoria High School descended into the swamps last week.

‘Fake Willy’ could haunt sea lions

- A Free Willy impersonator could come to Astoria to scare off sea lions.

Rickenbach wins Astoria schools race

- The race for Position 5 on the Astoria School Board was the marqee matchup of the 2015 special district election Tuesday.

Life Flight to the rescue

- Life Flight Network officially opened its first coastal base Friday.

Knappa fishes on the Riverwalk

- Check out Knappa High School's gigantic rainbow salmon on the Astoria Riverwalk.

Port tackles most pressing issues in proposed budget

- The Port of Astoria's 2015-16 proposed budget is out — before its 2013-14 audit.

Fish market to open in downtown Astoria

- Downtown Astoria will soon have a fish market again.

Seniors labor for community, and a diploma

- Looking for volunteersr? Look no further than high school seniors.

Something’s brewing at Fort George

- Fort George Brewery just keeps growing.

A teepee of fire burns at college

- Visiting Maori artists built a miniature volcano last weekend behind the Clatsop Community College Art Gallery.

CCC president takes Sacramento position

- Clatsop Community College President Lawrence Galizio is leaving for California.

CMH, OHSU to keep cancer care at home

- Columbia Memorial Hospital and Oregon Health & Science University announced a major new partnership in cancer treatment.

Art, culture bridge the Pacific with visit by Maori artists

- Astoria plays host to some pre-eminent artists from across the Pacific Ocean.

Job Corps success stories go to Washington, D.C.

- Tongue Point Job Corps Center sent its best examples to Washington, D.C., late last month.

Former log-sorting yard up for auction

- Buy a slice of logging history along the Lewis and Clark River.

Port to release report on Weston

- A report into former interim Executive Director Mike Weston will soon be released.

Haul-out hurdles: Port installs new obstacles for sea lions at the East End

- The Port of Astoria started putting up fences against sea lions Friday.

A school board race in Warrenton, even if by accident

- The Warrenton-Hammond School Board features one contested race, possibly by accident.

Marine returns, just in time for lunch

- U.S. Marine surprises his family with his return

Sneak a peek at cruising to Astoria on the Crown Princess

- A floating city pulled into the Port of Astoria Thursday morning.

Many May 19 races are uncontested

- The May 19 special district election is a mostly one-sided affair.

Health center project sways Astoria School Board race

- A former proponent and opponent of the failed school-based health center face off May 19 for the last two years of an unexpired term on the Astoria School Board.

Columbia Produce clears its shelves

- A local icon closed this week.

Masons honor top Warrenton scholars

- The Gateway Masonic Lodge continued its 55-year history of scholarship for Warrenton High School students Monday night.

Tourism booms on North Coast

- A report done for Travel Oregon, the state's official tourism promotion agency, shows the massive economic impact of visitors to Clatsop County.

New Coordinated Care director focuses on health upstream

- Dr. Safina Koreishi wants to build bridges and keep Oregon Health Plan patients out of health trouble.

The Arctic Sea beckons Warrenton High School

- Warrenton High School students are on an underwater mission.

Custard King ready for return to glory

- Custard King, a downtown Astoria icon, is poised for a return to its glory days under new ownership.

Port of Astoria approves new projects

- The Port of Astoria Commission approved a couple of big projects Tuesday night.

Port to fence off sea lions

- The Port of Astoria is putting up barriers to sea lions in the East End Mooring Basin.

Knappa begins search for new superintendent

- The Knappa School Board on Monday kicked off its search for Superintendent Jeff Leo's replacement.

Port answers lawsuit: Attorney denies allegations against Weston, Port of Astoria

- The Port of Astoria's lawyer has responded to suits filed by fired employees Colleen Browne and Tami Herman.

College auction rakes in more than $100,000

- The Clatsop Community College Foundation's auction came away Saturday with more than $100,000 for investing in scholarships and college programs.

Could Port couple cleanup and boatyard?

- The Port of Astoria might have a solution to get the boatyard off of Pier 3 but still on the central waterfront.

Invention leads to cleaner beaches

- Seaside microplastics researcher Marc Ward has a patent that might clean the world's beaches.

County Career Fair helps students find a path

- Employers and the high school workforce met Wednesday at the Clatsop County Fairgrounds.

Building a better boatyard: Group focuses on practices, placement

- The Port of Astoria's boatyard committee talked about the short- and long-term at its second meeting.

Float away stress, pain at Prana Wellness Center

- Float in isolation at Prana Wellness Center.

de la salandra provides local outlet for regional designers

- de la Salandra is offering a local outlet for six regional artists reconnecting.

Desperately seeking child care

- Clatsop County needs you — to help care for its children.

Tickets still available for CCC’s Foundation dinner, auction

- There are still tickets for Clatsop Community College Foundation's dinner and auction.

Odie B’s has a heart for foster kids

- For 2nd Saturday Art Walk, Odie B's chose a gallery to children needing families.

Art celebrates Week of the Young Child

- The 2nd Saturday Art Walk inlcuded several children's exhibits seeking commissions to help early childhood educational activities.

A not-so-welcome mat for sea lions

- The Port of Astoria is looking at an electrified mat for the sea lions at the East End Mooring Basin.

Agents probe possible sea lion shootings

- The Sea Lion Defense Brigade discovered bullet casings and bleeding sea lions at the East End Mooring Basin in Astoria.