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Edward Stratton

Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
Stratton, Edward

Timber sales profit, perturb local community

- Some timber sales in the Astoria District of the Clatsop State Forest have environmentalists rankled.

Migrant summer school provides some stability

- Migrant summer school offers a leg up to area's itinerant workers.

Rebuffed Riverwalk Inn suitor prepared to sue

- A rebuffed suitor for the Astoria Riverwalk Inn is prepared to sue.

Port worries about dangerous mix of log trucks, cars, people

- The Pier 3 parking lot on the Astoria Riverwalk could be closed for safety reasons.

Dueling lawsuits: Log exporters take beefs to court

- Both sides allege breaches of a contract they entered into in January 2014.

Local family to take on Riverwalk Inn

- The Astoria Riverwalk Inn has a new operator.

Scammers call on coastal businesses

- Utility scammers are making another round on the coast.

Carving culture

- Come carve at the maritime museum.

For The Harbor, a new oasis takes form

- The Van Dusen Building is making progress into the new Harbor.

Boone counts wins, frustrations, in Salem

- Rep. Deborah Boone provides her takeaways from one of the busiest legislative sessions ever.

Riverwalk Inn lease spoken for

- The Astoria Riverwalk Inn, receiving varied interest, is apparently spoken for.

Food on the go: New food carts join standbys in Astoria

- Each weekend, Astoria's cuisine expands as food carts open their windows.

Legislature adds Clatsop County to resort plan

- Clatsop County could be in play for a new small-scale recreation community.

Memory center nears occupancy

- Clatsop Care Center Health District's memory care center will soon be up and running.

Riverwalk Inn lease still up for grabs

- The Astoria Riverwalk Inn might still be in play.

College to kick search for leader off in fall

- Clatsop Community College hopes to advertise by the fall for a new permanent president.

Cannabis guru hopes to start medical clinics

- Astoria native Jon Marsh wants to start cannabis clinics up and down the coast.

Consumers will have to wait for retail sales of marijuana

- Recreational marijuana became legal today. Good luck buying it.

Several Clatsop County bridges are structurally deficient, report finds

- Quite a few bridges are in need of a lot of work in Clatsop County.

Clatsop Community College selects interim leader

- Clatsop Community College will have a new president Aug. 1.

Oregon employment possibly at high-water mark

- Employment in Oregon might have reached a high-water mark, according to state unemployment data.

Warrenton Wal-Mart stuck in wetland litigation

- Those waiting for Wal-Mart to break ground could be waiting a while.

Food carts, marketplace debut in Astoria this weekend

- Astoria's first attempt at a year-round food cart pod starts in earnest this weekend.

Fired Tongue Point instructor files civil rights complaint

- A fired Tongue Point Job Corps Center employee is claiming sexual and disability discrimination against her former employer.

Job Corps students train to help with oil spills

- Seamanship students from Tongue Point Job Corps Center are gaining experience from Seattle to Santa Barbara.

Port of Astoria audit clean, except for pollution

- About six months after it was due, the Port of Astoria revealed its audit Tuesday night.

Port ponders mobile dining

- The Port of Astoria is weighing a food cart chowder boat and another mobile dining enterprise for the airport and the waterfront.

Verizon funds more robots in Warrenton

- Warrenton High School has recevied another surge of robotics funding from the Verizon Foundation.

Clatsop Community College’s Patriot Hall project breaks ground

- Clatsop Community College broke ground Saturday on the next phase of its campus redevelopment.

Governor joins Class of 2015 at graduation

- On Friday, Clatsop Community College graduated 168 students, with the help of Oregon's 38th governor.

Signs of life at old YMCA

- The old YMCA building in Astoria will again see life as a community center.

College graduates take the stage

- On Friday, Clatsop Community College graduated 168 students, with the help of Oregon's 38th governor.

Some students win by picking a learning alternative for a better life

- Gray School Campus, Astoria's alternative high school education program, experienced one of its most successful years ever.

Knappa gives nod to Smyth for school spot

- Terrence Smyth will likely be the new superintendent and high school principal for Knappa School District.

There are many paths to graduation

- More than 285 high school seniors graduated throughout Clatsop County over the past week.

Clatsop Community College begins search for new leader

- Clatsop Community College accepted the resignation of its president Tuesday and started the process of finding his replacement.

Goonies fans had weekend of nostalgia in Astoria

- Goonies weekend brought a deluge of 1980s nostalgia and crowds to Astoria.

Fake orca will return

- Island Mariner's fake orca will return to Astoria this summer.

Global Goonies invade Astoria

- On Thursday, "The Goonies" faithful began to descend on Astoria.

Port, city talk it out

- The city and Port of Astoria met Thursday to work out some of their differences.

Fake orca goes belly up

- The fake orca experiment went belly up.