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ALEX PAJUNAS — The Daily Astorian
AHS students fund field trips with fear
Anyone brave enough to enter Astoria High School this Halloween is in for a night of terror — that supports academic field trips.

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Woman sentenced for head-on, hit-and-run crash
Woman sentenced for head-on, hit-and-run crash
Justine Lynn McGee, 41, Warrenton, was sentenced Thursday to 33 months in prison and five years probation after leaving the scene of a head-on crash in February.
On the record: Oct. 31, 2014
On the record
Wanted: Workers, housing, partnerships
Wanted: Workers, housing, partnerships
Community leaders gathered for a panel discussion Thursday at the annual Economic Forum, hosted by Columbia Memorial Hospital Foundation, to address opportunities and obstacles facing the local economy.
Astoria tops West Coast fishing ports
Astoria tops West Coast fishing ports
NOAA fisheries report shows Astoria ports leading West Coast in landings
Public meetings: Oct. 31, 2014

MONDAY

Youngs River Lewis & Clark Water District Board, 6 p.m., 34583 U.S. Highway 101 Business.

Astoria City Council, 7 p.m., City Hall, 1095 Duane St.

TUESDAY

Seaside Community and Senior Commission, 10 a.m., Bob...

Lotteries: Oct. 31, 2014
Lottery results
Naselle man crashed in slough, cited for failure to yield
Naselle man crashed in slough, cited for failure to yield
Naselle man crashed in slough, cited for failure to yield
Retiring OSP lieutenant recalls start in Astoria
Retiring OSP lieutenant recalls start in Astoria
Oregon State Police, Lt. Gregg Hastings will retire Nov. 6 after a 36-year career that began after completing a three-year cadet program in Astoria.
Financial assistance for forestlands offered
The federal government is offering a community forests program.
North Tillamook County Food Bank seeks funds
Donations needed for to process fish for food bank

Local News

AHS students fund field trips with fear
Anyone brave enough to enter Astoria High School this Halloween is in for a night of terror — that supports academic field trips.
Blake’s spirit, energy earns Byron Award
Mary Blake receives Seaside Chamber of Commerce's yearly Byron Award for her service to the community.
Great egret visits Peninsula
Astoria tops West Coast fishing ports
Divers in Oregon observe big comeback by juvenile sea stars

Coast Guard

Lawmakers work to keep Coast Guard helicopters
Lawmakers want to keep helicopters
Congressmen: Newport copter closure delayed 15 days
Oregon's congressional delegation says Coast Guard will delay previously set for the closure of the Newport helicopter facility to Dec. 15.
Coast Guard assists rough weather crabbers
Coast Guard, public health on deck against Ebola, if need be
Hundreds ask to save rescue copter at Newport

Northwest

Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 3 Night' game
Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 3 Night' game
Winning numbers drawn in '10 Spot Evening' game
Winning numbers drawn in '10 Spot Evening' game
Winning numbers drawn in 'Lucky Lines' game
Great egret visits Peninsula
Hayes’ use of Gmail complicates press inquiries

Crime Reports

Woman sentenced for head-on, hit-and-run crash
Justine Lynn McGee, 41, Warrenton, was sentenced Thursday to 33 months in prison and five years probation after leaving the scene of a head-on crash...
On the record: Oct. 31, 2014
On the record
Washington man steals $100 Nirvana T-shirt, other items
On the record
On the record: Oct. 24, 2014

DUII

Point of View

Point of View: Halloween memories
Point of View: Halloween memories

Closures

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Politics

Hayes’ use of Gmail complicates press inquiries
First lady Cylvia Hayes' use of private email accounts makes it more difficult for the public to learn about her role in shaping state policy.
Richardson: ‘Nobody should be above the law’
Republican gubernatorial candidate Dennis Richardson, who faces incumbent Democratic Gov. John Kitzhaber Nov. 4, dropped by the Hanthorn Cannery...
Merkley up on college soapbox
Bonamici makes Seaside stop in during 8-town tour
House race comes to the North Coast

Fishing

Astoria tops West Coast fishing ports
NOAA fisheries report shows Astoria ports leading West Coast in landings

History

Nation/World

Orange fever reigns over drizzly Giants' parade
World Series hat trick again turns San Francisco into the Valley of the Giants
Ohio man held in North Korea hoped to aid church
Ohio man detained in North Korea says he left Bible in hopes of aiding 'underground' church
Spacecraft for tourists explodes on test flight
Virgin Galactic's allure: space and celebrities
Lake Michigan waves slam Chicago lakeshore

Special Reports

Education

AHS students fund field trips with fear
Anyone brave enough to enter Astoria High School this Halloween is in for a night of terror — that supports academic field trips.
Preregister for Microsoft Excel workshop
Clatsop Economic Development Resources (CEDR) offers a workshop to better utilize Microsoft Excel.
From fair to table at Jewell School
Smarter Balanced tests start this year
Making the grade

Port of Astoria

Port charts course with new director
The Port of Astoria Commission on Tuesday gave new director Jim Knight his assignments.
Port of Astoria’s Knight has arrived
Jim Knight, the Port of Astoria's new executive director, arrived Thursday.