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Astoria looks at new permit for Airbnb-type rentals
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Astoria looks at new permit for Airbnb-type rentals
An attempt to curb illegal operations

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Tug escorts needed if oil tanker traffic on the Columbia River increases
Tug escorts needed if oil tanker traffic on the Columbia River increases
Study finds risk of oil spills low, but concerning
Best Bets: Dec. 14, 2017
Best Bets: Dec. 14, 2017
Weekend Best Bests for Dec. 15 to Dec. 17
Two residents safe after flames engulf Seaside home
Two residents safe after flames engulf Seaside home
The cause is still being investigated
Donors pitch in to replace missing Ghadar Party sign at Maritime Memorial Park
Donors pitch in to replace missing Ghadar Party sign at Maritime Memorial Park
Memorial to Indian anti-colonialist group has been missing since October
State mandates increased safety around pulled-over vehicles
The state Department of Transportation was behind the law as a means to increase safety for motorists stopped along highways
Data analyst to run for Clatsop County Commissioner Lee’s seat
Data analyst to run for Clatsop County Commissioner Lee’s seat
Davis ran for Astoria School Board in May
Warrenton requires parks in new subdivisions
Warrenton requires parks in new subdivisions
Applies to projects with 20 lots or more
Water rate increase proposal in Cannon Beach draws mixed reaction
Water rate increase proposal in Cannon Beach draws mixed reaction
Councilors concerned rate increase will not provide enough revenue
Oregon state parks added $1.1 billion to economy in 2016
Oregon state parks added $1.1 billion to economy in 2016
Fort Stevens had second-largest economic output of all parks
Seaside firefighters to get new fire truck
Seaside firefighters to get new fire truck
New $1.2 million apparatus has multiple functions
Grandma murderer in Ocean Park get 50 years
Grandma murderer in Ocean Park get 50 years
Frustrated houseguest hatches plot to kill
South Hemlock cannabis dispensary application ‘dead’ in Cannon Beach
South Hemlock cannabis dispensary application ‘dead’ in Cannon Beach
Developer decides to withdraw plan for high-end pot shop
Bracing for winter: Improvements underway at Ecola State Park
Bracing for winter: Improvements underway at Ecola State Park
At Ecola State Park, small improvements could foreshadow bigger changes
Brownson holds meet and greet
Event is Saturday
Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District board member resigns
Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District board member resigns
Beck-Sweeney leaves for ‘personal reasons’ after 18 years
State parks offer free guided New Year’s Day hikes
State parks offer free guided New Year’s Day hikes
The free statewide guided hiking event includes several regional locations
Recovery plans for Snake River salmon, steelhead released
Authorities listed the runs as threatened in the 1990s
US to enter into Columbia River Treaty renegotiation in 2018
Fish, electric rates and flood protection are all part of the 53-year-old international treaty
Wyden, Merkley call on Trump to resign
Wyden, Merkley call on Trump to resign
Oregon Democrats among five critical senators
Hampton Lumber CEO prefers talks, not tariffs, on Canadian lumber imports
Hampton Lumber CEO prefers talks, not tariffs, on Canadian lumber imports
Hampton Lumber operates lumber mills in Oregon, Washington state and British Columbia
Mayor seeks to fill vacancies on budget committee
Mayor seeks budget committee candidates
Thousands of pyrosomes washing up on local beaches
Thousands of pyrosomes washing up on local beaches
Research into what they eat and what it means to have them in the ecosystem is ongoing
Former Ship Inn staffer ships out to a food cart
Former Ship Inn staffer ships out to a food cart
The Ship Inn closed in April after the property was purchased by a hotel developer
Why your future Christmas tree might be hard to find
Why your future Christmas tree might be hard to find
A tree seedling shortage across the West
Coast Guard tows in fishing boat
Coast Guard tows in fishing boat
The Triumph II is one of four special purpose crafts specifically designed with more power and stability for the deep water bars located in the Coast Guard’s 13th District

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Astoria looks at new permit for Airbnb-type rentals
An attempt to curb illegal operations
Nehalem ranch praised for conservation work
Nehalem ranch praised for conservation work
Small fee increases to take effect at Clatsop County Public Health Department
Henrikson tapped as new Clatsop County Community Development director
Tug escorts needed if oil tanker traffic on the Columbia River increases

Coast Guard

Coast Guard tows in fishing boat
The Triumph II is one of four special purpose crafts specifically designed with more power and stability for the deep water bars located in the Coast...
Coast Guard medevacs sick crew member 200 miles offshore
At the time of the request, the ship was more than 300 miles offshore and en route to Seattle
Military rescued hundreds of people during 2007 storm
Coast Guard cutter Alert returns to Astoria after drug patrol

Northwest

Man pleads guilty to vehicular homicide for wife's death
A 27-year-old Mount Vernon man has pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide
State settles suit claiming abuse at foster home for $1.5M
The state Department of Social and Health Services has settled the first lawsuit claiming abuse and negligence at a state-licensed foster home that...
Jose Cuervo parent company buys Pendleton whiskey for $205M
Portland won't look into harassment claims against ex-mayor
Thursday's Scores

Crime Reports

On the Record: Dec. 12, 2017

DUII

• At 12:01 a.m. Monday, Hector Menacortez, 25, of Lynnwood, Washington, was arrested by the Warrenton Police Department on U.S.

On the Record: Dec. 5, 2017

Harassment

• At 6:12 p.m. Thursday, Joseph W. Woidan, 38, of Astoria, was arrested by the Astoria Police Department on the 260 block...

On the Record: Dec. 4, 2017
On the Record: Dec. 1, 2017
On the Record: Nov. 30, 2017

DUII

Point of View

Point of View: Regifting
‘How do you feel about regifting?’
Point of View: Holiday vacation
‘If you could go anywhere you wanted for the holidays, where would you go?’
Point of View: Thanksgiving
Point of View: Thanksgiving
Point of View: Veterans Day

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Good night, night: Light pollution increasing around globe
A new study shows the world's nights getting alarmingly brighter
Small retailers aim for emotional ties big chains may lack
The smallest retailers will tug at shoppers' heartstrings during the holidays, aiming for an emotional experience big chains don't provide
On Thanksgiving, family hurt by Harvey counts its blessings
Poll: Many want to avoid political talk this Thanksgiving
Park Service extends comment period for proposed fee hike

Politics

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History

Nation/World

Japan imposes new sanctions on North Korea
Japan has announced it is freezing the assets of 19 companies to step up pressure on North Korea to halt its nuclear weapons and missile development
Romanian king's funeral sees family feuds in the spotlight
The death of the late King Michael is a solemn and sad time for many Romanians, but beyond the tears it's also proving a colorful_ and awkward family...
AP Top International News at 4:57 a.m. EST
EU leaders set to launch new phase in Brexit talks
NATO concerned Russian missile system breaks Cold War pact

Special Reports

Private investment preserves affordable housing in Warrenton
Residents at Alder Court are seniors and people with disabilities

Education

Astoria schools granted support for at-risk learners
Since 2006, the Northwest Regional Education Service District Foundation has awarded 413 grants totaling $347,725 and affecting more than 47,000...
Clatsop college president says students need grit, goals
About 70 percent of recent high school graduates require at least one remedial course, Breitmeyer said
Clatsop County student homelessness continues to grow
Astoria graduate featured in Promise of Oregon video
Clatsop college board member receives top state honors

Friday Extra

Lotteries

Lotteries: Dec. 14, 2017
Lottery results
Lotteries: Dec. 12, 2017
Lottery results
Lotteries: Dec. 11, 2017
Lotteries: Dec. 8, 2017
Lotteries: Dec. 6, 2017

On the Record

On the Record: Dec. 12, 2017

DUII

• At 12:01 a.m. Monday, Hector Menacortez, 25, of Lynnwood, Washington, was arrested by the Warrenton Police Department on U.S.

On the Record: Dec. 5, 2017

Harassment

• At 6:12 p.m. Thursday, Joseph W. Woidan, 38, of Astoria, was arrested by the Astoria Police Department on the 260 block...

On the Record: Dec. 4, 2017
On the Record: Dec. 1, 2017
On the Record: Nov. 30, 2017

Port of Astoria

Abandoned boat at Tongue Point throws one last headache at Port of Astoria
The fishing boat Recruit was abandoned at North Tongue Point several years ago
Tongue Point in Astoria changes ownership
The Port of Astoria has leased North Tongue Point since 2009, but struggled to attract investment
Port of Astoria, Life Flight close to deal for new airport base
Port of Astoria looks to add eyes on central waterfront
Port of Astoria activates stormwater treatment system

Public Meetings

Public meetings: Dec. 15, 2017
Public meetings
Public meetings: Dec. 14, 2017
Public meetings
Public meetings: Dec. 12, 2017
Public meetings: Dec. 11, 2017
Public meetings: Dec. 8, 2017