What happens in the ocean can have massive impacts on land.
Why not disarm homegrown terrorists ?
With every week, Kate Brown demonstrates her unwillingness to be a leader.
Data on federal criminal background checks show a continuing surge in gun buying in Oregon and around the nation.
Clatsop County commissioners must be forthright in their expectations for Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare
The instinct to protect children is universal, but money all too often gets in the way of reasonable safety measures.
The public's business should be done in public.
Decisions on these matters will have a pervasive impact on citizens and society.
The Astoria Music Festival brings economic and cultural value to our town.
Beyond matters of simple social justice, gender balance in upper management appears to offer significant advantages for the economy.
Gov. Kate Brown is not acting like a governor
But parents, children and officials are right to exercise great caution when it comes to lead
Why don't more states adopt Oregon's mail ballot?
Knowing your learning style can be liberating
Astoria is a place that stands on the threshold of change
The Harvey Award is one of Astoria's most valuable acknowledgements
Though only a small fraction as bad as it might have been, the accident was plenty serious enough to warrant reforms.
Washington state's experience with pot is a cautionary tale for Oregon
Winning a state athletic championship is no small feat
The Harbor does essential work and is one of our most worthy causes
Even idealistic Oregon is under the thrall of paid lobbyists
Bernie Sanders has never built a legislative coalition to accomplish something
Every war creates a new generation of veterans
Astoria's Finnish newspapers were the embodiment of deep divisions within Finland's politics.
Like all youngsters, our local hills are subject to rapid change — including landslides, a geological equivalent of growth pains.
A shipyard is essential to maritime life at the mouth of the Columbia River.
More is clearly needed to avoid drownings.
Rarely are animal babies actually abandoned
If it goes through as expected, the law will be the biggest gain for chemical safety in four decades.