Brittany Park is a member of the Portland chapter of Engineers Without Borders. She was one of five people on the travel team to make the volunteer trip in November.
Shamiqwa McDowell, a seamanship student at Tongue Point Job Corps Center, is in rare company.
Osborn is a superfan of the fledgling Portland Thunder.
After 12 years as an adjunct instructor and nearly 40 as a mechanic, Thad Nolan took the helm today of Clatsop Community College's automotic program.
Sharie Blackburn, an Astoria native, has spent the past five years overcoming her post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of domestic violence, earning her GED and finding work at Goodwill.
Adam Hutchinson, a culinary star from Seaside High School's award-winning culinary program, chose Tongue Point to continue his dream of becoming an executive chef and restaurant owner.
A Q-and-A with John Buehler, conductor of the Cannon Beach Chorus.
Nathan Bartlett watches over the city of Astoria's water supply.
Alex Pajunas, The Daily Astorian's departing staff photographer is heading to Portland but remembers fondlly his time on the coast.
Emma Mekenas, a 10-year-old at Seaside Heights Elementary School, has learned to embrace her condition, manage it and use it to help others.
Jasmine Watson, 17, makes her own way as an AHS senior living on her own with roommates while finishing high school.