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Edward Stratton

Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
Stratton, Edward

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.

Hunt for Goonies gold on your phone

- Hunt for One-Eyed Willy's treasure using your phone.

Cutter Waesche offers look at Coast Guard’s future force

- The future of the U.S. Coast Guard's high endurance cutter fleet stopped at the Port of Astoria Tuesday.

Riverwalk Inn lease to change hands

- The Astoria Riverwalk Inn will soon have a new operator.

Weston taken to task for actions

- After five months of The Daily Astorian trying to get it, a third-party report into former interim Executive Director Michael Weston was released by the Port of Astoria.

REWARD! Feds seek clues in sea lion shootings

- NOAA has confirmed the shooting of sea lions and a seal in and around Astoria, and the Humane Society is offering a $5,000 reward for information.

Warning: Keep clear of elk cows and calves on the North Coast

- Selfies not advised as mother elk protect their young.

Astoria’s Ketcham earns a new Ford with good grades, deeds

- For his academic and extracurricular efforts, Nick Ketcham takes home a new car.

Beach balls the latest weapon against sea lions in Astoria

- Add beach balls to the list of sea lion deterrants used by the Port of Astoria.

Celebrity Infinity premiers in Astoria

- The Celebrity Infinity made its first stop ever in Astoria Sunday.

Astoria-based Coast Guard cutter gets new commander

- Cmdr. Patrick Culver took over Friday for Cmdr. Brian Anderson on the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Alert.

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.