Every war creates a new generation of veterans
Astoria's Finnish newspapers were the embodiment of deep divisions within Finland's politics.
Like all youngsters, our local hills are subject to rapid change — including landslides, a ge
A shipyard is essential to maritime life at the mouth of the Columbia River.
More is clearly needed to avoid drownings.
Rarely are animal babies actually abandoned
If it goes through as expected, the law will be the biggest gain for chemical safety in four decades.
Food is what's happening in Astoria
Rarely have so many worried so much about so little.
Warrenton's deterioating library building opens the door to new opportun ity
Some local cops believe an upgrade to Washington State Patrol's radio communications technology has inadvertently placed officers at greater risk.
The Warrenton soccer complex is the gift that keeps on giving.
The Governor's Office won't explain why it's important to keep the public out of meetings of a committee working to define the scope of a review of the Department of Transportation.
Democrat Hillary Clinton, a former senator and secretary of state, and Republican businessman Donald Trump have given agriculture short shrift during the long campaign.
In 25 years, Columbia Memorial Hospital has come very far.
Our parks are for all time, not just today, and for all Americans, not just those who can figure out some means to profit from them
A judge rejected government’s latest plan for offsetting the damage that dams in the Columbia River Basin pose to salmon.
Paul Ryan does what a leader is supposed to do
Gearhart is slowly becoming something else
Social media's dark side can debase public discourse and at lightning speed
The terminal would create numerous environmental risks.
Transplantation and strategic triage will become the norm
It's been awhile, but the Oregon Primary kinda, sorta matters again.
Oregonians exhibit a fairly sophisticated understanding of the role forestry plays in job creation, open-space preservation, supporting local government operations, and providing other benefits.
For communities like ours at the mouth of the Columbia, loss of any major fishery is like removing one leg of a table
Festivals are part of the economic lifeblood of our region.
Though not as visible, judges are an essential element of local government.
For most of the nation and especially in the states of the old Confederacy, Jim Crow is code for a set of racist attitudes and formal laws that were designed to enforce a regressive racial caste system.
It is a pipe dream to believe that another entity will take over the day care program the city operates.