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Building blocks: Warrenton students take the Lego robot challenge
EDWARD STRATTON — The Daily Astorian
Building blocks: Warrenton students take the Lego robot challenge
The F1shSt1ckz Lego robotics team from Warrenton Grade School heads to Intel next month to prove itself the best from hundreds of competitors.

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‘Promise of Oregon’ campaign launches website
The Oregon School Boards Association unveils Friday "The Promise of Oregon" campaign to support more spending on education.
2 spots open up on CCC board
2 spots open up on CCC board
Frank Satterwhite and Larry McKinley have resigned from the Clatsop Community College Board of Directors.
‘A Christmas Carol’ begins Friday at AHS
"A Christmas Carol" kicks off Friday at Astoria High School.
From soldiers to students: Clatsop Community College helps returning vets
From soldiers to students: Clatsop Community College helps returning vets
Veterans from all walks of life and service pursue their futures at Clatsop Community College.
CCC celebrates veterans Wednesday
Clatsop County's groundbreaking Transitional Assistance Program has won some recognition from the state for helping service members, readying to enter civilian life.
Ready, set, start your business
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School board seeks applicants for budget committee
The Astoria School District seeks community help on the budget.
German students: ‘Young people here are cool’
German students: ‘Young people here are cool’
Students from Astoria's sister city in Germany dropped by the North Coast last week.
Jack Kent Cooke scholarship open
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is now offering grants to sophomores at and recent graduates of Clatsop Community College.
Dressed for success: North Coast Christian gussies up for better learning environment
Dressed for success: North Coast Christian gussies up for better learning environment
North Coast Christian School underwent an overhaul over the summer, but still needs more work on its buildings.