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What’s cooking Buoy Beer’s Habeñero Smoked Oyster Deviled Eggs
Eric Jenkins shares his egg recipe

Featured Stories

Lives without chains: Volunteers give dogs a taste of freedom
Lives without chains: Volunteers give dogs a taste of freedom
A few volunteers, a few hours and a few hardware store supplies can make all the difference in the world to dogs who spend their lives on chains
County manager fires Clerk Kennedy Grimes
County manager fires Clerk Kennedy Grimes
County Manager Scott Somers fired County Clerk Maeve Kennedy Grimes Friday after she was placed on administrative leave Oct. 20 following two errors on the General Election ballot.
Reading list
Reading list
Links to publications of interest
Beliefs: The real meaning of Christmas
Beliefs: The real meaning of Christmas
The real meaning of Christmas
Wolfing down Ilwaco: An adventure in competitive gluttony
Wolfing down Ilwaco: An adventure in competitive gluttony
Let us all give thanksgiving we are only reading about about this experience, rather than repeating it
Curatorial convergence related to a shipwreck
Curatorial convergence related to a shipwreck
Vistor brings memories to museum
Parting shot: Dec. 19, 2015
Parting shot: Dec. 19, 2015
Romance on the beach
Astoria Breakfast with Santa set
Elks hold breakfast with Santa
Public meetings: Dec. 19, 2014
Public meetings
Lotteries: Dec. 19, 2014
Lottery results

Local News

Sexual assault reports on the rise
More people are feeling comfortable reporting sex crimes, and more resources are being dedicated to investigating the crimes.
Cannon Beach musician writes song about a local murder
Michael Corry's "Mourning Dove" is a lament to an 'inexplicable' tragedy.
Lives without chains: Volunteers give dogs a taste of freedom
County manager fires Clerk Kennedy Grimes
Ships in Astoria’s anchorage generate jobs, dollars while waiting to head upriver

Coast Guard

Storm pauses ‘beautiful’ but dangerous crab season
Crabbing pauses due to rotten weather; sunken crabber not yet salvaged
Coast Guard rescues more crabbers Friday
The U.S. Coast Guard rescued five more crabbers from a sinking vessel this weekend, bringing its total to 10 rescued and even more escorted in so far...
Mariners cautioned to watch for partially submerged crab boat
Crabbers abandon vessel, lots of crab
Coast Guard crews rescue 5 fishermen from sinking crab boat west of Siletz Bay

Northwest

Winning numbers drawn in 'Daily Derby' game
Winning numbers drawn in 'Daily Derby' game
Winning numbers drawn in '10 Spot Evening' game
Winning numbers drawn in '10 Spot Evening' game
Some gray wolves to be returned to endangered list
Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 4 4PM' game
Seahawks lock up Cliff Avril with 4-year extension

Crime Reports

Law enforcement: Don’t toke and drive this holiday season
State placing new emphasis on making sure people don't toke and drive
On the record: Dec. 17, 2014
On the record
Homeowner holds burglar at gunpoint
Correction: Dec. 4, 2014
On the record: Dec. 4, 2014

DUII

Law enforcement: Don’t toke and drive this holiday season
State placing new emphasis on making sure people don't toke and drive

Point of View

Point of View: Regifting
Point of View: Re-gifting
Point of View: Favorite winter activity
Point of View: Favorite winter activity
Point of View: Holiday shopping options

Closures

Free

Be alert for landslides, debris flows on the coast
Nearly a foot of rain possible in coastal mountains this weekend thanks to Pineapple Express with an origin in the tropical South China Sea
US, Cuba patch torn relations
Tourist travel still banned, but other restrictions are eased
Flooding possible this weekend
Obama: US re-establishing relations with Cuba
Robin Williams tops 2014 list of Google searches

Politics

Judge: No added ballots for Measure 92 recount
A judge has denied a request by supporters of Oregon Measure 92 to halt a recount of ballots and order election officials to include ballots set...
Judge declines to halt GMO ballot measure certification
Supporters of Measure 92 argued that about 4,600 ballots rejected because of signature problems should be counted.

Fishing

Congress aids groundfish finances
Congress acts to lower financial burden on West Coast groundfish boats
Chumming up: States partner to help disrespected dog salmon
The dog salmon struggles to make a comeback in Oregon — with help from Washington
Commission moves forward with gillnet fund
Observer program gets ‘sea legs’ as fisheries recover

History

Nation/World

AP Top News At Midnight EST
AP WAS THERE: US breaks relations with Cuba
Obama says North Korea hacked Sony, vows response
Obama: Sony made mistake in shelving film under pressure by North Korea hackers; vows response
AP Top U.S. News At 9:12 p.m. EST
Prepackaged caramel apples linked to 4 deaths
Supreme Court won't stop gay marriages in Florida

Special Reports

Education

Seaside High to renew accreditation
Seaside High School undergoes review to renew its national accreditation status.
School board supports Promise of Oregon campaign
The Astoria School District Board of Directors support the Promise of Oregon campaign.
What is for lunch?
CCC’s enrollment dips 8.5 percent
Astoria School Board members honored

Friday Extra

What’s cooking Buoy Beer’s Habeñero Smoked Oyster Deviled Eggs
Eric Jenkins shares his egg recipe
Reading list
Links to publications of interest
Beliefs: The real meaning of Christmas
Wolfing down Ilwaco: An adventure in competitive gluttony
Curatorial convergence related to a shipwreck

Port of Astoria

It’s a boatyard, not a junkyard
The Port of Astoria has among its derelict vessel collection a piece of Hollywood history.
Port seeks damages for Pier 1 ship bump
The Port of Astoria is trying to get recompense for a log ship that struck Pier 1 in September.