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CCC hosts spring health classes
Clatsop Community College has an array of fitness classes to kick off spring.

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AHS graduates get boost Monday
Monday is all about Astoria High School seniors.
A space for veterans becoming civilians
A space for veterans becoming civilians
Clatsop Community College has opened a Veterans Service Center to help the returning waves of veterans.
Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare to serve Seaside students
Clatsop Behavioral Health to serve Seaside students
Knappa student gets Oregon Blue Book high-five
Knappa student gets Oregon Blue Book high-five
The Oregon Blue Book, the state's directory and unofficial almanac, was released Tuesday. It features an essays written by Oregon school children.
Parenting workshops offered
Northwest Parenting offers a series of workshops April 2 through May 14 about childhood challenges.
Hoppes: Schools could get shortchanged
Hoppes: Schools could get shortchanged
Astoria Superintendent Craig Hoppes is part of a call to arms for more school funding.
Celebrate CCC’s Veteran’s Center Wednesday
Clatsop Community College is opening a center for veterans.
Astoria High School ponders advanced placement courses
Astoria High School ponders advanced placement courses
Honors might not be good enough for Astoria High School, which seeks Advanced Placement courses.
Final QuickBooks class coming soon
Clatsop Community College continues its series of QuickBooks workshops, on March 19 covering financial reports.
CCC offers information session for adults
Clatsop Community College holds a workshop for adults thinking of going back to school.
Knappa superintendent interviews in Dallas
Jeff Leo, superintendent of the Knappa School District, is a finalist interviewee for the same job in Dallas (Ore.).
A Head Start for little ones
A Head Start for little ones
Head Start has some new directors, new challenges and new projects.
Lion roars in Naselle...
And Chinese immersion students scream back
Lion roars in Naselle... And Chinese immersion students scream back
Community members enjoyed dinner, Chinese-language presenations, and a lively dance performance at a fundraiser for Naselle's Chinese Immersion program.
Being cool with school
Being cool with school
The P-3 Early Learning Council finds several ways to get parents the information to help their budding kindergarteners.
Schools seek children with disabilities
Local educators are seeking children with disabilities who aren't being educationally served.
Astoria joins others offering free full-day kindergarten
Next month, Astoria School District will begin registering students for full-day kindergarten, a new state mandate.
CCC Arts & Experience tickets are on sale now
Clatsop Community College will hold its annual dinner and auction April 18.
Flagging, CPR classes set
On March 10 and 14, Clatsop Community College holds workshops for CPR, first aid and flagging.
Warrenton School Board
reprimands one of own
Warrenton School Board reprimands one of own
Kelly Simonsen, an elected board member for the Warrenton-Hammond School District, was publicly censured by her peers Monday night.
CCC term begins soon
Registration for spring term starts Wednesday.
Read Across Astor Thursday
On Thursday, businesses can Read Across Astor.
Seaside culinary arts students scramble to prepare Brewers Dinner
Seaside culinary arts students scramble to prepare Brewers Dinner
Seaside High School's culinary students will prepare a five-course meal for the Brewers Dinner March 6, the night before Pouring at the Coast, a craft beer festival.
Quickbooks workshop on tap
The workshop covers entering bills and creating purchase orders; generating relevant expense reports in QuickBooks
Latino students get a tour of college
On Friday, Clatsop Community College hosted a preview day for Latino high school students, preceding a similar visit by high school seniors Thursday.
CYBORG Seagulls are ready to recycle
CYBORG Seagulls are ready to recycle
The robot-building season for 25 Seaside and Astoria students on the C.Y.B.O.R.G. Seagulls robotics team ended Feb. 17.