Annie Forman teaches life sciences and language arts at Broadway Middle School in Seaside.
Astoria Visual Arts fundraiser set for May 31
On the record
Weekend Best Bets for May 27 to May 29.
Applications for Warrenton's Old-Fashioned Fourth of July parade now available
A new interpretive display honors the craftsmanship behind Astoria's historic bridges, and the artwork of future generations who will continue to depend on the bridges.
Yet another U.S. Coast Guard commander is preparing to retire in Astoria.
The legal battle over the wetland fill permit for Wal-Mart is unlikely to include a full trial.
City Council could make a decision in July
Juki was reunited with her owner and is home.
Previous attorneys had clashed with Clatsop County DA
The second-highest education official in Oregon will be in Astoria June 2 to talk with the community about education initatives.
The Clatsop County Planning Commission tabled a decision until next month.
Investigators are asking the public for tips that could help them identify human remains found in Wahkiakum County.
Warrenton City Commission reverses course
Sarah Kangas teaches physical education at Warrenton Grade School.
Point of View: Memorial Day
Police chief also praises several for heroism
There are 50 active CASA volunteers in the county.
On the record
Miller turns his lens on the North Coast
A former Clatsop Community College student will address graduates this year.
Parenting forum set for June 2
Marquis has appealed decision
Caregiver allowed girl to play on the beach
Reach Break Brewing, Astoria's sixth beermaker, is starting to take shape.
City recognizes contributions of Oregon Fallen Badge Foundation with a $10,000 gift.
Residents of a remote section of Upper Naselle Road are frustrated that the county has not cleaned up a landslide that buried the road in December. However, county officials aren't sure the road can be saved.
Fishermen can take advantage of Memorial Day weekend