A property sale at 12th and Commercial promises good things for downtown Astoria
Refuge could become increasingly important sanctuary
In seeking its next hotel operator, the Port of Astoria needs a long-term solution
Goal should be overall watershed functionality during rapid climate change
California driving is Oregon driving on steroids.
Legalization poses difficult issues
Astoria is a poster child for rural pre-kindergarten care
Regional benefactor jump starts an endowment for long-term care of a major art installation
The Secretary of State's Office has put a major hurdle in the way of a proposed Oregon ballot initiative that seeks an end to state and federal supremacy. While efforts to allow more local control have democratic appeal, the result would be chaos.
As with all artistic endeavors, there is messiness behind the curtain of the Astoria Music Festival
Former Vice President Al Gore says it is insane to permit Arctic oil development.
It’s time for personal and agency action to save birds
In any job search – including the presidency – temperament and attitude are a huge factor.
Slow and steady is the way to accomplish a major public works project such as Heritage Square
Long Beach Fourth of July was out of control
Perhaps our presidential campaigns go on much too long. Perhaps not.
We should explore purpose and funding of historic ferry
Getting young people into nature is an antidote to our technology obsessed culture
End-o- life discussions are difficult at best, and they are essential
Our drier, warmer summer stresses salmon, steelhead
The Legislature's attention to private business was a mixed blessing
Starting early next year, laws signed by Oregon Gov. Kate Brown last week will allow prescription-free purchase of oral contraceptives for a year at a time directly from pharmacists.
Pop queen Madonna is being unfairly criticized for her use of a legitimate ag tax break.
Senator, governor clarify our relationship to Oregon LNG
The Guardian newspaper’s database demonstrates the difficulties of easily categorizing these deadly interactions between civilians and law-enforcement personnel.
Especially on big weekends, crowds test limits of the coast's carrying capacity
Another East Coast writer discovers the West
Marjuana offers more than a simple choice.
Without solid infrastructure — bridges and highways — the United States will literally come to a halt.