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Editor’s Notebook: Inca successes and mistakes can still light our way today
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Editor’s Notebook: Inca successes and mistakes can still light our way today
Condors, string books and playful water management: Lessons from Peru

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Column: Hillary has ‘half a dream’
Charles Blow column
Water Under the Bridge: Feb. 10, 2016
Water Under the Bridge: Feb. 10, 2016
From the pages of Astoria's daily newspapers
Southern Exposure: How clam-diggers saved an estuary
Southern Exposure: How clam-diggers saved an estuary
How decisions almost a half-century ago continue to impact our natural resources.
Column: The ‘establishment’ nonsense
Column: The ‘establishment’ nonsense
The threat to the GOP posed by the Trump insurgency is not that he's anti-establishment.
Column: Who hates Obamacare?
The Affordable Care Act is already doing enormous good.
Writer’s Notebook: A tale of two sheriffs
Writer’s Notebook: A tale of two sheriffs
When a sheriff encourages lawbreakers, we're in trouble.
Column: Two questions for Bernie Sanders
Column: Two questions for Bernie Sanders
Sanders’ lack of political airs has helped catapult him forward in the presidential race, overcoming a 50-point deficit to just about tie Hillary Clinton in Iowa.
Column: Social Media: Destroyer or creator?
Column: Social Media: Destroyer or creator?
First, we don’t know how to deal with rumors."
Column: Hillary Clinton’s dutiful slog
Iowa demonstrated, yet again, what a flawed and tarnished candidate Clinton is.
Southern Exposure: Longtime Cannon Beacher recalls ‘the place where the artsy liberals came
Southern Exposure: Longtime Cannon Beacher recalls ‘the place where the artsy liberals came
With a new city survey underway, we surveyed one of Cannon Beach's most distinguished residents.
Water Under the Bridge: Feb. 3, 2016
Water Under the Bridge: Feb. 3, 2016
From the pages of Astoria's daily newspapers
Column: Trump, Sanders and the revolt against decadence
what are Trumpistas and Bern-feelers rebelling against?
Column: Wind and sun instead of fire
The truth is that climate change just keeps getting scarier; it is, by far, the most important policy issue facing America and the world.
Column: The cultural manners war
Column: The cultural manners war
The nation’s crisis of political authority has produced a hunger for masculine spectacle.
Column: What Republicans should say
Column: What Republicans should say
In Britain David Cameron is going down another path.
Column: Plutocrats and prejudice
I’ve described the competition between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders as an argument between competing theories of change
Writer’s Notebook: Titillating our musical taste buds in 2016
Writer’s Notebook: Titillating our musical taste buds in 2016
When one is surrounded by a plethora of painters, sculptors, jewelry makers, writers, actors, crafters and musicians it is easy to grow complacent and comfortable with the artists and media we already know.
Column: The three-cornered fight for the soul of the GOP
In radically different ways, Trump and Sanders are addressing the deep anxiety stemming from the secular stagnation in wages and living standards that has squeezed the middle and working classes for a generation.
Editorial: Landslides happen
If we can’t prevent them, we must mitigate the outcome
Column: Stay sane America, please!
Column: Stay sane America, please!
The first day when any candidate could rack up a big winner-take-all delegate harvest is March 15, an eternity from now.
Column: Sarah Palin saves feminism
Yes, Sarah Palin, I’m giving you a shout-out.
Of Cabbages and Kings: Otter Creek rocks Astoria
Of Cabbages and Kings: Otter Creek rocks Astoria
Family music acts are a tradition in country western and bluegrass.
Water Under the Bridge: Jan. 27, 2016
Water Under the Bridge: Jan. 27, 2016
From the pages of Astoria's daily newspapers
Column: Michigan’s great stink
This story — America in the 21st century, and you can trust neither the water nor what officials say about it — would be a horrifying outrage even if it were an accident or an isolated instance of bad policy. But it isn’t.
Southern Exposure: Power grid is at mercy of Mother Nature, balloons
Southern Exposure: Power grid is at mercy of Mother Nature, balloons
Electricity doesn't stand a chance against balloons and animals.