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‘Live your truth’: City councilor discusses misogyny and transphobia
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‘Live your truth’: City councilor discusses misogyny and transphobia
June — Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride month — witnessed two significant moments in LGBT history.

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New CEO continues ‘exciting journey’ at Providence Seaside
New CEO continues ‘exciting journey’ at Providence Seaside
Facing the future at Providence Seaside
Center upgrades sought, likely at cost to visitors
Center upgrades sought, likely at cost to visitors
Hotel room tax hike will likely fund convention center upgrades
Professional photographer on scene for front-row humpback performance
Professional photographer on scene for front-row humpback performance
The sighting is among many reported in Pacific County in recent weeks, with orcas also present
Tourist No. 2 to be on its way home soon
Tourist No. 2 to be on its way home soon
Capt. Christian Lint said he plans to bring the watercraft down to Astoria sometime next month — weather permitting — just in time for the Astoria Bridge’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Critics of dam removal target city manager
Critics of dam removal target city manager
Claim he should have disclosed engineering reviews
Hazed birds flock to bridge
Hazed birds flock to bridge
Cormorants abandoned nests on island after culling campaign
Peace Builders create network of bully-free zones
Peace Builders create network of bully-free zones
Rotary helps to provide bully-free safety zones
McIntosh elected Circuit Court judge
McIntosh elected Circuit Court judge
McIntosh, an attorney and former prosecutor, will replace Judge Nelson, the county’s longest-serving elected official.
Nursing assistant’s certificate revoked for neglecting care
Misner was issued his certified nursing assistant certificate in June 2015.
On the record: June 24, 2016
On the record
Best Bets: June 24, 2016
Best Bets: June 24, 2016
Weekend Best Bets for June 24 to June 26.
SOU grad interns at The Daily Astorian
SOU grad interns at The Daily Astorian
Stillman looks forward to covering the community
The ol’ buoy and chain: Ship becomes tangled in the river
The ol’ buoy and chain: Ship becomes tangled in the river
A ship got tangled in a buoy near Astoria Thursday.
Free food, fun and friendship for area kids this summer
Free food, fun and friendship for area kids this summer
Hundreds of students look forward to free lunches after school lets out.
Railroad blamed for fiery oil train derailment
Railroad blamed for fiery oil train derailment
Crash highlighted risks of shipments
Seaside wishes Godspeed to Father Nick
Seaside wishes Godspeed to Father Nick
Father Nick Nilema will be leaving Seaside to return to his native Tanzania
‘No pot’ option headed to Cannon Beach ballot
‘No pot’ option headed to Cannon Beach ballot
Marijuana discussion continues, petition moves forward
Port chief proposes a levee solution
Port chief proposes a levee solution
Knight's idea could save money, fish habitat
Stormwater projects top of the list in Port of Astoria budget
Stormwater projects top of the list in Port of Astoria budget
The Port of Astora has some multimillion-dollar stormwater obligations coming due.
Point of View: Summer activities
Point of View: Summer activities
Point of View: Summer activities?
Union Pacific resuming oil trains in Columbia Gorge
Derailment highlighted risk
West Coast states meet to share spill-response efforts
Fiery crash in Mosier showed danger
Parks After Dark returns with baseball movie
Summer series starts Saturday
Artist joins musicians to juice up Astoria concert Saturday
Artist joins musicians to juice up Astoria concert Saturday
Saturday afternoon, artist Darren Orange will be on stage with the Astoria Music Festival at the Liberty Theater with brush and palette poised.
Astoria city dam likely to survive quake
Astoria city dam likely to survive quake
Dam is classified as a high hazard