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Impressions: Listening — really listening — is the only way to learn the message
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Impressions: Listening — really listening — is the only way to learn the message
Native Americans share Listening to the Land talk

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Guest column: Job Corps mission is relevant today
Guest column: Job Corps mission is relevant today
Sen. Betsy Johnson on Tongue Point's relevancy
Column: Jeb Bush’s brainless trust
Column: Jeb Bush’s brainless trust
Jeb Bush
Guest column: Picture Freedom to support the First Amendment
Guest column: Picture Freedom to support the First Amendment
Picture Freedom, a nationwide scholarship contestthat launched Sunday, invites students to post photos and images illustrating freedom of expression on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Guest column: State doesn’t need grand jury reform bill
Guest column: State doesn’t need grand jury reform bill
Grand jury reform bill is not needed in Oregon
Column: Abolish the filibuster, go bold
Obama usurps power
Editor’s Notebook: Living large is easier in a tiny house
Editor’s Notebook: Living large is easier in a tiny house
As years go by, it sounds more and more appealing to live in a smaller, more personal space
Of Cabbages and Kings: Kitzhaber gives news media an endorsement
Of Cabbages and Kings: Kitzhaber gives news media an endorsement
If newspapers ar dying, why were Oregon media organizations able to fatally expose Gov. John Kitzhaber?
Water Under the Bridge: Feb. 18, 2015
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Soldiers face a moral injury
Soldiers face a moral injury
A critical look at PTSD
Column: Call off the dogs
Column: Call off the dogs
The Clintons bring in the money
Column: The ongoing kaffeeklatsch on race
The conversation on race is here
Lincoln speech: ‘With malice toward none’
Lincoln speech: ‘With malice toward none’
President Lincoln's speech of March 4, 1865
Column: Money makes me crazy
Column: Money makes me crazy

Monetary policy probably won’t be a major issue in the 2016 campaign, but it should be.

It is, after all, extremely important, and the Republican base and many leading politicians have strong views about the Federal Reserve and its...

Editor’s Notebook: Astoria is ripe for a fictional detective
Editor’s Notebook: Astoria is ripe for a fictional detective
Astoria could be a productive home for a mystery writer
Guest column: Appointments could alter fish and wildlife management
Guest column: Appointments could alter fish and wildlife management
Governor's appointments could change fish and wildlife rules
Impressions: Lights, camera ... cue the elk
Impressions: Lights, camera ... cue the elk
The elk in Gearhart are so popular that they had their own television segment.
Column: What is the purpose of society?
It’s clear to most everyone, regardless of politics, that the big issues - labor, race, food, immigration, education and so on - must be “fixed,” and that fixing any one of these will help with the others.
Of Cabbages and Kings: Our nightmare has begun
Of Cabbages and Kings: Our nightmare has begun
Oregonians are condemned to watching its ghost of a governor for months to come.
Water Under the Bridge: Feb. 11, 2015
From the pages of Astoria's daily newspapers
Column: The act of rigorous forgiving
The sad part is the reminder that no matter how high you go in life and no matter how many accolades you win, it’s never enough.
Column: The act of rigorous forgiving
The sad part is the reminder that no matter how high you go in life and no matter how many accolades you win, it’s never enough.
Column: Brian Williams’ ticking time bomb
Column: Brian Williams’ ticking time bomb
Brian Willliams in the hot seat
Column: Nobody understands how debt works
Deleveraging does not help
Column: Does the barbarism have logic?
Column: Does the barbarism have logic?
Barbarism in the Islamic State
Column: Popping stupid pills is popular
Many dietary supplements are bogus