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Teachers Talk About Teaching: Teacher enjoys inquisitive nature of seventh-graders
Annie Forman teaches life sciences and language arts at Broadway Middle School in Seaside.

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Applications now available for Fourth of July parade
Applications for Warrenton's Old-Fashioned Fourth of July parade now available
Astoria bridges get makeover and monument
Astoria bridges get makeover and monument
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.
‘Absolute high note’: Another Coast Guard commander to retire in Astoria
‘Absolute high note’: Another Coast Guard commander to retire in Astoria
Yet another U.S. Coast Guard commander is preparing to retire in Astoria.
No trial in Wal-Mart wetland squabble
No trial in Wal-Mart wetland squabble
The legal battle over the wetland fill permit for Wal-Mart is unlikely to include a full trial.
New Astoria Library, housing options detailed
New Astoria Library, housing options detailed
City Council could make a decision in July
Stolen puppy found in Warrenton
Stolen puppy found in Warrenton
Juki was reunited with her owner and is home.
Militant who led standoff gets new lawyer
Previous attorneys had clashed with Clatsop County DA
State educator to visit Astoria
State educator to visit Astoria
The second-highest education official in Oregon will be in Astoria June 2 to talk with the community about education initatives.
‘Godsend’ or ‘sweetheart deal’? Miles Crossing apartments on pause
‘Godsend’ or ‘sweetheart deal’? Miles Crossing apartments on pause
The Clatsop County Planning Commission tabled a decision until next month.
Authorities trying to ID skeletal remains found near Pillar Rock
Investigators are asking the public for tips that could help them identify human remains found in Wahkiakum County.
Future of dam, bridge in doubt
Future of dam, bridge in doubt
Warrenton City Commission reverses course
Teachers Talk About Teaching: ‘Passion of movement’ is the key for PE teacher
Teachers Talk About Teaching: ‘Passion of movement’ is the key for PE teacher
Sarah Kangas teaches physical education at Warrenton Grade School.
Point of View: Memorial Day memories
Point of View: Memorial Day memories
Point of View: Memorial Day
Ballot measure would restrict city land sales
Police chief also praises several for heroism
County court adds six advocates for kids
There are 50 active CASA volunteers in the county.
On the record: May 25, 2016
On the record
New photojournalist ready to capture the community
New photojournalist ready to capture the community
Miller turns his lens on the North Coast
Local lawyer tapped as commencement speaker
Local lawyer tapped as commencement speaker
A former Clatsop Community College student will address graduates this year.
Parenting forum planned at church
Parenting forum set for June 2
State bar dismisses DA’s complaint against Bundy lawyers
State bar dismisses DA’s complaint against Bundy lawyers
Marquis has appealed decision
Young drowning victim identified
Young drowning victim identified
Caregiver allowed girl to play on the beach
Sour beer to join Astoria’s impressive brewing lineup
Sour beer to join Astoria’s impressive brewing lineup
Reach Break Brewing, Astoria's sixth beermaker, is starting to take shape.
Donation honors ‘amazing’ Goodding response
Donation honors ‘amazing’ Goodding response
City recognizes contributions of Oregon Fallen Badge Foundation with a $10,000 gift.
Landslide severs road to idyllic Willapa Hills valley
Landslide severs road to idyllic Willapa Hills valley
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.
Chinook season reopens while sturgeon season closes
Chinook season reopens while sturgeon season closes
Fishermen can take advantage of Memorial Day weekend