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Edward Stratton

Education/Business/Port of Astoria Reporter
Stratton, Edward

Judge gives Portland hotelier option of lease or damages against Port of Astoria

- Param Hotel Corp.’s lawyer said the company plans to take over the hotel lease in 2018

Clatsop County schools struggle with absenteeism

- Seaside led the county in missed school days

Forty & Eight: New life for an old Astoria train

- American Legion train undergoing a renovation

Affordable housing developer moves forward on Waldorf project in Astoria

- Apartments planned next to City Hall

Port of Astoria executive director gets three-year contract extension

- Commission split in 3-2 vote

Last call for the Port of Call bar in downtown Astoria

- Owner fell behind on rent

Port of Astoria Commission president backs executive director after lawsuit loss

- The agenda for Tuesday’s meeting includes a contract extension for the executive director

Port of Astoria slapped with $4 million breach of contract verdict

- Portland hotelier had deal on Riverwalk Inn

Former pastor now running Astoria Granite Works

- Left Gateway Community Church to take over the business

At trial, Port explains rationale for severing Astoria Riverwalk Inn deal

- Lawsuit may go to jury today

Trial begins in Astoria Riverwalk Inn dispute

- Favoritism by Port commissioners alleged

Gymnastics academy brings former Lum’s building to life

- Infinity Gymnastics Academy is offering kids indoor exercise, a boost of confidence and the chance to be competitive

Knappa students build miniature boats in exchange with Japan

- Classes are part of a new program by the Columbia River Maritime Museum

Locals drawn to downtown Astoria shopping, analysis finds

- Shoppers want staple goods

Vintage dealer plans mall in downtown Astoria

- Hicks is looking to transition away from Portland, where he has operated Hollywood Vintage for the past 20 years

Art and nature blend at new Astoria cancer center

- A small army of volunteers helped local ceramicist Rowland create a 2-ton plane tree mosaic for the new Knight Cancer Collaborative’s healing garden

Maritime museum deputy leaves for World of Speed

- Pearson has been with the Columbia River Maritime Museum for 22 years

A downtown Astoria hub gets a facelift

- Grant support helps brighten the Riviera

Clear channel: Dredging projects preserve shipping in the Columbia River

- An estimated 10 million cubic yards of sediment is removed from the shipping channel each year

Stroke survivor credits quick response

- Back on his couch two days later

Astoria students seek support for Walldorf exchange

- On hiatus last year

Hotelier ups ante against Port in court fight over Riverwalk Inn

- Param Hotel Corp. sued the Port of Astoria after not getting the contract to operate the Astoria Riverwalk Inn

Everday People: Primal appeal drives Warrenton ultra-marathoner

- A school principal by day

New Astoria drug treatment center a path to sobriety

- Outpatient option for drug abusers

Airport paver sued over contract

- Corpac Construction Co. had already been dinged for being late on a project at the Astoria Regional Airport

New lease for Chinook Building in Astoria

- Conference space planned near Port

Clatsop schools look to combat absenteeism

- Missing school undermines chances of graduation

Helicopter repairs never stop at Coast Guard’s Air Station Astoria

- Aging aircraft must last until 2035

Schwietert’s brings candymaking to Astoria

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Jeff Schwietert, a second-generation owner of Schwietert’s Candy & Cones, remembers as a boy buying for his parent’s business from Columbia Chocolates, in the Fisher Bros. building at 12th Street and Ma...

Preparation is key for attorney Sunil Raju

- Raju works on civil cases

Astoria High School aiming to launch robotics team

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For the past three years, Astoria High School senior Matt Grauff has traveled to South County rival Seaside High School, where he was an engineer with the CYBORG Seagulls, a competitive robotics team with the internation...

Internship program to connect students to jobs

- Business and education leaders partner

Former Abeco building in Astoria sold

- The former Abeco storefront on Commercial Street was sold to Portland-based Hollywood Vintage, a vintage clothing and accessories store

Feds call flood plain lawsuit premature

- Warrenton among the plaintiffs

Ground set for Walmart

- Warrenton supercenter expected to open in the spring

Coast Guard crews from Astoria describe their Hurricane Harvey experiences

- Harvey was the first Coast Guard hurricane surge for any of the crew members sent from Sector Columbia River, who said they wouldn’t hesitate to head back if Hurricane Irma requires a similar response

Port, Life Flight seek deal on new hangar

- Life Flight Network wants to finalize a location for its new state-funded hangar and crew quarters

Stevens named to Port of Astoria Commission

- Fills vacancy of Mushen

Wyden critiques administration in Seaside Town Hall

- Trump response ‘wrong’

Clatsop schools look to combat absenteeism

- Missing school undermines chances of graduation

State transportation package has money for Highway 26

- Repaving project between turnoffs for Jewell and Hamlet

Stevens named to Port of Astoria Commission

- Fills vacancy of Mushen

Partners in Riverwalk Inn hope to develop Chinook Building

- The lease would be for 20 years, with two 20-year extension options. Marina Village would pay the Port $5,800 a month, compared to the $4,200 staff have estimated the Port currently makes, along with utilities.

Game over at Arc Arcade in Astoria

- Downtown venue has closed

Wyden calls Trump’s response to Charlottesville horrifying

- Trump response ‘wrong’

Coastal hospitality: Former Intel engineer takes on hotels

- Manages several properties in Cannon Beach and Seaside

Stevens named to Port of Astoria Commission

- Fills vacancy of Mushen

New Seaside attorney relishes challenge of trials

- Raju works on civil cases

Coastal hospitality: Former Intel engineer takes on hotels

- Manages several properties in Cannon Beach and Seaside

Wyden calls Trump’s response to Charlottesville horrifying

- Oregon Democrat spoke in Seaside