The Astoria City Council has not given us leadership on the library issue.
Our Columbia River counties have many homes mingled among beach grass, shore pines and rural forests.
Our national parks must adapt to being overwhelmed with visitors.
There are hundreds fewer foster care beds in Oregon this year compared to last.
Trump's interview transcript on American troops abroad is beyond startling
Mysteries need solving
Mayor LaMear's voice on guns issues is timely
Success stories should inspire local governments
The Astoria City Council has lacked a center of gravity
Fifty percent of nothing is nothing
Can we trust the railroads with safety?
One more attempt to make Oregon's innovation universal
Sharing the gift of swimming
If we agree that affordable housing is scarce to nonexistent, what is our plan?
Revival of the Flavel block can change the face of downtown Astoria.
To avoid a ban, fireworks supporters must curb residential problems
It has always been true that the misdeeds of one evil or reckless man can unravel the carefully woven norms crafted by civilization.
Extraordinary issues demand an extra measure of candor from leaders
Initiative Petition 28 is a giant step in pubic employees unions' drive to run Oregon.
The CDC’s occupational suicide list is topped by farmworkers, fishermen, lumberjacks and others in forestry or agriculture — with a rate of 85 per 100,000.
The Stevens family has shown remarkable patience and restraint as one investigation after another tried to pin blame on Clinton and/or the Obama administration in general.
Astoria Lions Club recognizes The Daily Astorian for its generosity over decades.
Giving a scholarship is an investment
The U.S. Forest Service spent 56 percent of its budget last year on firefighting, compared to 16 percent in 1995.
The realities of rapid industrialization of marijuana are constantly being driven home by news reports.
Why not disarm homegrown terrorists ?
What happens in the ocean can have massive impacts on land.
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.