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Strong August storm wreaks havoc on coast: Fishing closed, Astoria Column loses its wrap
Strong August storm wreaks havoc on coast: Fishing closed, Astoria Column loses its wrap
High winds batter the coast, unveil the Astoria Column

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Coast Guard, good Samaritans assist boat taking on water 40 miles off of Ocean Park
Coast Guard, good Samaritans assist boat taking on water 40 miles off of Ocean Park
Thirteen passengers and crew rescued
Youngs River Basin closes to Chinook
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced the closure to protect broodstock fish destined for the basin’s hatcheries.
Buoy 10 Chinook fishery to close Friday
Buoy 10 Chinook fishery to close Friday
Following a week of record catch rates and angler turnout, state fishery managers from Washington and Oregon today agreed to close the popular fishery several days earlier than anticipated.
High-wind watch issued for Friday night through Saturday afternoon; gusts to 65 mph possible
An unusually strong late-August storm system is becoming increasingly likely to move northward along the coast late Friday night through Saturday morning and produce strong winds near the coast and over the adjacent coastal mountains
Two-car wreck sends three to hospital in Seaside
Two-car wreck sends three to hospital in Seaside
Two-vehicle accident in downtown Seaside.
Soldier’s journey to heal spotlights war ‘soul wounds’
Soldier’s journey to heal spotlights war ‘soul wounds’
Unlike post-traumatic stress disorder, which is based on fear from feeling one’s life threatened, moral injury produces guilt and shame from something done or witnessed that goes against one’s values or may even be a crime.
County fire task force dispatched to eastern Oregon fire
The Clatsop County Fire Task Force will concentrate on protecting homes and other structures threatened by the Cornet fire in nearby Hereford.
Scott Somers resigns as Clatsop County manager
Scott Somers resigns as Clatsop County manager
His last day with the county will be on or before Sept. 30.
Killing cormorants: Study finding culling to have no impact ignored, Audubon Society says
Killing cormorants: Study finding culling to have no impact ignored, Audubon Society says
One of the newly disclosed documents is an analysis by U.S. Fish and Wildlife biologists concluding that killing double-crested cormorants would not benefit Snake River steelhead.
Tom Brady and Roger Goodell in court for ‘Deflategate’
Tom Brady and Roger Goodell in court for ‘Deflategate’
"I think there are varying strengths to both sides here," U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman told the men and their lawyers at the center of a scandal known as "Deflategate."
Home teams win all 15 games for first time in MLB history
Home teams win all 15 games for first time in MLB history
Viewing every game as a 50-50 proposition independent of all others, STATS figured the odds of a home sweep on a night with a full major league schedule at 1 in 32,768.
Money game: Phil, Fowler, Spieth add spice to PGA practice
Money game: Phil, Fowler, Spieth add spice to PGA practice
Phil Mickelson has been setting up these practice-round games — just for fun and a bit of cash — for years.
6030< AP-FBN--Training Camp Scuffles-Glance,363 A glance at some NLF training camp scuffles this year

It seems there hasn’t been a day that’s passed without a scuffle at NFL training camps. Here’s a list of some of the memorable ones this summer:

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PANTHERS: QB Cam Newton runs down CB Josh Norman...

Social Security at 80: Changes needed to save program
Social Security at 80: Changes needed to save program
The longer lawmakers wait, the harder it will become to maintain Social Security as a program that pays for itself, a key feature since President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act on Aug. 14, 1935.
Things to know about Social Security’s election-year crisis
Things to know about Social Security’s election-year crisis
Social Security’s trustees say the disability trust fund will run out of money in late 2016. That would trigger an automatic 19 percent cut in benefits.
Several fishermen take dips in Columbia
The Buoy 10 salmon fishery and a tuna tournament kept the U.S. Coast Guard and other authorities busy over the weekend.
Trump jolts first GOP debate, rivals scramble for attention
Trump jolts first GOP debate, rivals scramble for attention
While Donald Trump was characteristically bombastic, most of the contenders standing alongside him clamored for their piece of the spotlight without engaging him directly.
Astoria woman, unborn child die from possible overdose
A woman, 35, and her unborn child have died from an apparent drug overdose.
Coho salmon caught in Lower Columbia must be released under new fishing rule
A new rule issued Thursday specifically states that anglers must release any coho caught in waters currently open to salmon fishing from the Astoria Bridge to a point nearly 300 miles upstream on the Columbia River.
Oregon Zoo holds vote to name rescued otter pup
Oregon Zoo holds vote to name rescued otter pup
Vote to name the rescued otter pup at the Oregon Zoo.
Power up: Local crews saved July 4th power reboot
Power up: Local crews saved July 4th power reboot
Credit for restoring power after a July Fourth outage is given to local Clatsop County crews.
Sewage on the beach cleaned up, changes ahead
A pump station near Gower Street quit for a couple of hours, spilling 11,000 gallons of sewage onto the beach in front of the Wayfarer Restaurant and Lounge.
Astorian recognized for excellence at Oregon awards
Astorian recognized for excellence at Oregon awards
The Astorian, which competed in the 10,000 or less circulation category, brought home 18 awards, including two firsts for Our Coast magazine.