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Goodding recognized for ‘ultimate sacrifice’
Goodding recognized for ‘ultimate sacrifice’
Goodding is fifth fallen officer recognized since award was established in 2012

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Due to an unforeseen issue, the TV listings in today's edition (Feb. 9, 2016) of The Daily Astorian are incorrect. The get the correct listings, please click here for a PDF version.

‘Respected’ officer gunned down in Seaside
‘Respected’ officer gunned down in Seaside
Sgt. Jason Goodding is killed in Seaside and the city mourns.
Seaside honors fallen officer Sgt. Goodding
Seaside honors fallen officer Sgt. Goodding
‘He did it the right way’
Law enforcement honors fallen officer
A fund is set up to honor fallen officer.
Vigil in memory of Sgt. Jason Goodding Sunday night
Vigil in memory of Sgt. Jason Goodding Sunday night
Memorial vigil for Sgt. Jason Goodding Sunday night.
Officer loved his job, cared about Seaside
Officer loved his job, cared about Seaside
Community members remember Sgt. Jason Goodding, a dedicated police officer.
Memorial Friday for slain Seaside officer
Services are 1 p.m. Friday, with law enforcement procession prior.
Officer gunned down in Seaside
Officer gunned down in Seaside
Sgt. Jason Goodding is killed in Seaside and the city mourns.
Sgt. Jason Goodding, 39, killed in Seaside
Sgt. Jason Goodding, 39, killed in Seaside
Sgt. Jason Goodding is killed in Seaside and the city mourns.
Law enforcement to honor Goodding
A fund is set up to honor fallen officer.
Suspect in Seaside police murder had long record of assaulting officers
Suspect in Seaside police murder had long record of assaulting officers

SEASIDE — Phillip Max Ferry, who authorities say shot and killed Seaside Police Officer Jason Goodding in downtown Seaside Friday night, was charged with assaulting public safety officers and resisting arrest on several previous occasions.

Power restored to 1,588 customers in Seaside
Power back after transfer wire failure cuts power to 1,588 customers in Seaside.
Officer killed in Seaside shootout
Officer killed in Seaside shootout
Seaside police officer is killed in shootout.
New Coast Guard housing catches fire
New Coast Guard housing catches fire
An unihabited structure at the new Coast Guard housing unit caught fire today.
State says Moda doesn’t have enough money to continue
Consumers alerted to potential scams
Power restored to 1,588 customers in Seaside
Power restored after transfer wire failure in Seaside.
No one submits verified claim for $63 million lotto jackpot
A lawsuit filed Wednesday in Los Angeles seeks to have a judge declare a winner
Clatsop County hires new manager
Clatsop County hires new manager
Cameron Moore, of Mahomet, Illinois, accepted the position this week, replacing former county manager Scott Somers, who resigned last year to take a job in Maryland.
Feds bolster security at wildlife preserves in 3 states
Feds bolster security at wildlife preserves in 3 states
Additional security officers were sent to preserves in southern Oregon, Northern California and Nevada as four occupiers remain holed up at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and say they will not leave without assurances they won’t be arrested.
USC, UCLA reign in Pac-12 recruiting battles
USC, UCLA reign in Pac-12 recruiting battles
Helped by two players who made last-minute decisions, the Trojans had the nation’s No. 9 recruiting class, based on a consensus of the top four most popular recruiting websites.
Column: Stabler’s brain damage intrudes on Super Bowl fun
Column: Stabler’s brain damage intrudes on Super Bowl fun
Researchers at Boston University told The New York Times that CTE has been discovered in the posthumous study of 90 of the 94 former NFL players it has examined.
‘What if’ moments that defined Super Bowl legacies
‘What if’ moments that defined Super Bowl legacies
A peek into what might have been if certain epic moments on the last Sunday of the NFL season had gone the other way.
Ammon Bundy: Oregon refuge ‘belongs to the people’
Ammon Bundy: Oregon refuge ‘belongs to the people’
While Ammon Bundy on Tuesday again urged four holdouts at the refuge to leave, he said local residents should control the federally owned property and U.S. officials do not belong there.
Super Bowl ads this year might be a snooze
Super Bowl ads this year might be a snooze
As the Super Bowl turns 50 and faces middle age, will this be the year that advertisers stick to — gasp — good taste?
Daily TV grids launch today
Television listings will move inside The Daily Astorian, replacing TV Week.