Tax credits story demonstrated a vast business in which there is no common standard of financial controls
Senate President Peter Courtney stuck another blow for Oregon's one-party govenment.
Dana Phillips is the kind of citizen a town desperately needs.
Visa snafu demonstrates need for immigration reform.
Not that long ago, Oregon twice tore its guts out over gay rights
Our senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley opposed each other on trade
The St. John's Passion is a stunning work of Bach's genius
Speaker Kotek's last-minute tax initiative is too much, too late.
Women's World Cup sparkles, but soccer scandals remain
For some, it's never a good time for dialogue on guns
Greece needs to sink or swim on its own
The Port of Astoria seems to be making progress
Prospective sale of the YMCA building is more evidence that Astoria's rebirth is gaining new energy
The Daily Astorian supports our regional economy
Columnist Nancy McCarthy asks how much is too much when it comes to tourism on the North Coast.
The Catholic Church has a history of caring for the environment.
The Scandinavian Midsummer Festival has deep roots
A Portland friend saw the best pinball player in America.
Historic preservataion has become Astoria's hallmark
Liquor commission publicizes rules, works on commercial sales issues
For Astoria Music Festival, 13 is a lucky number.
What shouold Clatsop College board members look for in a new president?
They came, they partied and we all had fun.
Western farmers need to turn to innovation to survive during the current drought — and future droughts.
For the Orca fiasco, there was a lesson from Jaws.
Knappa's baseball team does it again, and with class
Sen. Ron Wyden explains his vote on renewal of the Patriot Act.
Salem seems to be awakening to community college deficits.
Beware of unintended consequences