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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


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


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