The slogan "save the Waldorf" is easy to say, but costly to implement
It is an odd political environment when a GOP congresswoman who voted with her party 88 percent of the time is deemed too liberal
On more than one level, the city council's movement on drunk-driving prosecution frees the council.
The Pacific Northwest is complacent about oil spills, but the record indicates we should be paying more attention
"The shadow of crisis" is behind us
Obama makes mature argument for international cooperation
Obama is not suggesting a full amnesty for everyone who has entered the United States illegally.
Equality for all was Martin Luther King's message
I say to you today, my friends, that in spite of the difficulties and frustrations of the moment I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.
Annual selections highlight the importance of community involvement
New study re-emphasizes a longstanding reality: Oregonians have it much better than they imagine when it comes to taxes, while Washington residents ought to be rebelling
Meetings set for Road to Wellville
Steller sea lions make a comeback
American should keep the postal service
Murders of journalists in Paris is an attack of freedom of expression everywhere
It's especially important to take influenza seriously this year
Speak up on riverfront plan
New NCAA football championship structure provides Oregon teams with a better shot at national prominence
Warming shelter serves a need
Labor disupute hurts farmers
An era may be coming to an end as neglected treasure is brought back to life
Oregon's still-recovering economy can't yet bear an aggressive increase in the minimum wage
North Coast Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici is offering a path to make testing more relevant to public school secondary education
Federal lawsuit may endanger marijuana legalization efforts
The Clatsop County Commission's meeting behind closed doors could have been done in public.
Northwest Power and Conservation Council affirms the continuing role of hatcheries in making certain there are enough salmon to go around
State assistance is the missing link with historic restoration.
Cowlitz casino legal fight raises issues for other area tribes and citizens
Once more, President Obama has chosen to move ahead, not accept inertia.