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Hundreds march in Astoria to counter Trump
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Hundreds march in Astoria to counter Trump
Messages of resolve and unity against potential threats to civil rights.

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Seaside standoff ends peacefully
Seaside standoff ends peacefully
Man surrenders after calling dispatchers
Environmental groups plan to sue over suction dredging
Threat to endangered salmon and steelhead
Court throws wrench in plans for big Grays Harbor oil terminal
Company wants to expand existing methanol facility
Freezing temps will keep Portland icy for days
Freezing temps will keep Portland icy for days

PORTLAND — Schools were closed and more than 5,000 Portland General Electric customers remained without power Thursday as the Portland area recovers from one of the biggest snowstorms in its history.

Almost a foot of snow fell in...

Oregon man cleans out office, finds winning lottery ticket

PORTLAND — An Oregon Lottery winner has claimed his $1 million prize after cleaning out his office and discovering the winning ticket he purchased a year ago.

The Oregonian reports Joemel Panisa, of Logsden, found the Mega Millions ticket...

Family says injured state trooper was shot 12 times
Family says injured state trooper was shot 12 times

PORTLAND — The family of a wounded Oregon State Police trooper says he was shot 12 times on Christmas night.

The Oregonian reports that the brother of Trooper Nic Cederberg writes in an online fundraising page that the officer was hit...

Brown declares emergency over severe winter storm
The storm’s intensity surprised meteorologists
Some newspaper carriers delayed by poor roads

Several of our newspaper carriers in The Daily Astorian’s delivery area are experiencing difficulties because of poor road conditions this afternoon. Delivery in those areas may be late today.

If you’d like to read The Daily...

‘Yes we did’ — President Obama bids farewell
‘Yes we did’ — President Obama bids farewell

CHICAGO — President Barack Obama has bid farewell to the nation in an emotional speech that sought to comfort a country on edge over rapid economic changes, persistent security threats and the election of Donald Trump.

Forceful at times...

Slip slidin’ at play
Slip slidin’ at play

A flurry of snow Tuesday night and this morning blanketed parts of Clatsop County and left hundreds of students in Astoria and Knappa with a snow day.

The National Weather Service expected snow through 10 a.m. today, with accumulation of less...

Railroad sues to force approval of Oregon track expansion
Train derailed last June
World in Brief: Jan. 11, 2017
World in Brief: Jan. 11, 2017
International, national and regional news
Company wants its hard-to-kill GMO grass deregulated
Scotts was fined $500,000 for letting it spread
SeaWorld San Diego ending killer whale show
SeaWorld San Diego ending killer whale show

SAN DIEGO — SeaWorld San Diego is ending its long-running killer whale show after years of outcry and falling attendance prompted it to renounce theatrical orca displays.

The show that featured killer whales cavorting with trainers and...

World in Brief: Jan. 9, 2017
World in Brief: Jan. 9, 2017
International, national and regional news
Good Samaritans pull five from sunken vessel
A quick response by local fishermen saved five crabbers after their vessel sank Saturday morning.
Oregon allocates $5M for teaching English as second language

PORTLAND — Oregon is allocating $5 million to help 40 school districts better teach English as a second language.

The Oregonian reported that recent graduation and test results show that three-fourths of the state’s ESL students...

NOAA releases plan for Alaska endangered beluga whales
NOAA releases plan for Alaska endangered beluga whales
Focus on research and potential threats
After pushback, Oregon scraps  report linking private forests to water-quality risks
After pushback, Oregon scraps report linking private forests to water-quality risks
State ran afoul of politically influential timber industry
Strike by West Coast crab fishermen ends after 11 days
The agreement reached late Friday will restart the sputtering season for much-sought-after Dungeness crabs in Northern California, Oregon and Washington.
Injured crewmember hoisted from bulk carrier
Man reportedly lost sight in his left eye
Zoo hand raises tiger cub to save its life
Zoo hand raises tiger cub to save its life

MILWAUKEE — The zookeepers at the Milwaukee County Zoo are hand-raising a lone Amur tiger cub — an unusual undertaking only done in order to save the cub’s life.

Vets and zookeepers had to give special one-on-one care to...

Study documents tree species’ decline due to climate warming
Study documents tree species’ decline due to climate warming
A casualty of global warming
Oh, deer, it’s cold outside
Rough winter not easy on deer
Ex-Philomath football coach pleads no contest in hazing case
Ex-Philomath football coach pleads no contest in hazing case
Incident happened at training camp in Warrenton

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