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Editorial: Match national park dreams with reality
America led the way in establishing national parks.

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Editorial: Monument idea needs development
Monument idea needs more development
Editorial: Federal flood insurance should be fiscally sustainable and affordable
Like little bubbles in a raging torrent
Editorial: ‘Bridge to nowhere’ now a symbol of success
An example of how we are stronger together
Editorial: Signature events showcase coast
Successful events showcase the coast's diversity and virtues
Editorial: Warrenton’s Walmart decision is the right one
Warrenton's Walmart decision is the right one, but some of the bix-box opposition is puzzling.
Editorial: Get out of the way and let oyster growers survive
Editorial: Get out of the way and let oyster growers survive
Nobody likes using pesticides, but shrimp control is necessary
Editorial: Measure 97 bails out PERS
Editorial: Measure 97 bails out PERS

Gov. Brown sides with unions over taxpayers and real reform

The bill to provide outsized pensions to government workers in Oregon is coming due.

A new report on the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) says that contributions to the...

Editorial: Transition won’t change core values
Editorial for Monday August 8, 2016 summarizing editorial agenda and values.
Editorial: How do we think about war veterans?
Seldom have war veterans become more relevant in a presidential campaign.
Of Cabbages and Kings: 28 years inside a gathering of eccentrics
Of Cabbages and Kings: 28 years inside a gathering of eccentrics
If you stay in once place for more than 25 years, you meet a lot of people.
Editorial: Preservation still possible in Oysterville
Time will tell whether this change protects Oysterville as well as the board did.
Editorial: Mayor Wheeler could be a friend of agriculture
Editorial: Mayor Wheeler could be a friend of agriculture
Portland Mayor-elect Ted Wheeler says all the right things about bridging Oregon's urban-rural divide, but ag interests have grown used to their concerns falling largely on the deaf ears of the city's residents.
Editorial: Doing it for the home team
Hobbled by two reliably problematic Port commissioners, the eecutive director and the commission majority move forward
Editorial: Boneyard Ridge buy an good step
These are islands of continuity in a fast-changing world
Editorial: Think small
The Astoria City Council has not given us leadership on the library issue.
Editorial: As fire season comes, it’s time for self defense
Our Columbia River counties have many homes mingled among beach grass, shore pines and rural forests.
Editorial: Who will maintain the Park Service?
Our national parks must adapt to being overwhelmed with visitors.
Editorial: We must do more to help foster children
There are hundreds fewer foster care beds in Oregon this year compared to last.
Editorial: Trump beg’s for a fool’s bargain
Trump's interview transcript on American troops abroad is beyond startling
Editorial: ‘Silent mass disaster’ demands nation’s attention
Mysteries need solving
Editorial: LaMear bears witness to a public health epidemic
Mayor LaMear's voice on guns issues is timely
Editorial: Property neglect drags us down
Success stories should inspire local governments
Editorial: Astoria council needs center of gravity
The Astoria City Council has lacked a center of gravity
Editorial: Treaty rights without fish are meaningless
Fifty percent of nothing is nothing
Editorial: Can we trust Union Pacific?
Can we trust the railroads with safety?