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ODFW Commission extends Columbia River reform plan by one year
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
ODFW Commission extends Columbia River reform plan by one year
Commission will discuss issue again in January

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Walden will lead House Energy and Commerce Committee
Republican congressman gets influential post
First scholarship
First scholarship
Lower Columbia Chief Petty Officers Association donates $1,000 for college scholarship
Christmas food parade winds through neighborhoods
Firefighters help needy families
Governor’s budget would close youth prison in Warrenton
Governor’s budget would close youth prison in Warrenton
Facility specializes in drug treatment, gang prevention
Ackley prevails in recount
Ackley prevails in recount
Warrenton commissioner beat challenger by six votes
Governor’s budget would close North Coast Youth Correctional Facility
Brown aiming to address a $1.7 billion shortfall
Parking tight on Columbia River
Parking tight on Columbia River
The Columbia River is in need of more parking spots.
Warrenton wants a deputy dog
Warrenton wants a deputy dog
The department hopes to bring in $15,000 to restart the K-9 officer program.
Willapa gillnetters losing grip
Willapa gillnetters losing grip
Fishermen lament season closure, waste of hatchery runs
Wheat growers tell feds they oppose dam breaching
Wheat growers tell feds they oppose dam breaching
Similar meeting set for Astoria
Carnival’s Princess pays $40M fine for sea waste
Carnival’s Princess pays $40M fine for sea waste
One ship had a 'magic pipe'
Fallen tree closes Fort to Sea Trail
Popular trail for hikers
On the record: Dec. 1, 2016
On the record
Former state attorney general, lawmaker dies
Former state attorney general, lawmaker dies
Myers defended physician-assisted suicide law
Correction: Dec. 1, 2016
Gender incorrect
Best Bets: Dec. 1, 2016
Best Bets: Dec. 1, 2016
Best Bets for Dec. 2 to Dec. 4
Gay Men’s Chorus concert rescheduled
Holiday event wil happen Dec. 18
Port loses budget committee chairman
Port loses budget committee chairman
Walked out after being called a stooge
Timber suit could bring county millions, but increase harvest
Timber suit could bring county millions, but increase harvest
A possible $300 million at stake for Clatsop County
After Castro, new hope for Cuba
After Castro, new hope for Cuba
A North Coast man remembers his family's fate in Fidel Castro's Cuba, and holds out hope for a return to democracy.
At Pelican Brewing, a room with a brew
At Pelican Brewing, a room with a brew
Pelican Brewing sets sights on hotel
Point of View: Where do you want to go?
Point of View: Where do you want to go?
Point of View: Where to go for the holidays
Former Cannon Beach mayor wants county out of timber suit
Former Cannon Beach mayor wants county out of timber suit
Morgan cites environmental risk
Curator says: Support your local artist
Curator says: Support your local artist
Behind the scenes at the Portland Art Museum
Astoria man hit by car near Safeway
Driver is cooperating with the investigation

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