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EDWARD STRATTON — The Daily Astorian file
Being cool with school
The P-3 Early Learning Council finds several ways to get parents the information to help their budding kindergarteners.

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Wauna Mill donates $1,500 to Wahkiakum Sheriff’s Office
Georgia-Pacific Wauna Mill recently donated $1,500 to the Wahkiakum Sheriff’s Office to purchase marine rescue equipment and boat gear.
CCC Arts & Experience tickets are on sale now
Clatsop Community College will hold its annual dinner and auction April 18.
Schools seek children with disabilities
Local educators are seeking children with disabilities who aren't being educationally served.
City’s insurance may not cover damage done to local home
City’s insurance may not cover damage done to local home
After a water line burst, spilling water onto north-end properties, the city's insurance company has declined to pay for damage.
Celebrate Pi Day with pie at CCC
Celebrate Pi Day with pie at CCC
Celebrate Albert Einstein's birthday March 14 with Pi.
Clatsop County offering prescription card program
The county has partnered with the National Association of Counties (NACo) to provide a free Prescription Discount Card program to residents. The card can save an average of 24 percent off the retail price of prescription medications.
Former milk cottage catches fire
Lewis and Clark Fire Department responded to the cottage at about 5:25 p.m. Tuesday and found smoke coming out of the two-story residence.
Gearhart taxes to go down slightly
The Gearhart City Council decided Wednesday night to refinance its water system bonds and reduce taxpayer rates by about $17 a year.
Astoria joins others offering free full-day kindergarten
Next month, Astoria School District will begin registering students for full-day kindergarten, a new state mandate.
Lotteries: March 5, 2015
Lottery results
Public meetings: March 5, 2015
Governmental meetings Thursday and Friday
Rental law session Monday
Clatsop County Rental Owners Association meets March 9
Making the Dollar: The Hot Spot Yoga and Massage
Making the Dollar: The Hot Spot Yoga and Massage
Michelle White runs The Hot Spot Yoga and Massage in downtown Warrenton.
Port of Astoria plans to close boatyard; Ilwaco braces for possible influx of boats
Port of Astoria plans to close boatyard; Ilwaco braces for possible influx of boats
Port of Astoria closes boatyard; Port of Ilwaco plans for influx of boats
Clatsop County Property Transactions: March 5, 2015
Following are six of the most valuable property transactions processed over the last week.
Rover’s room to roam: Astoria digs into a dog park at football field
Rover’s room to roam: Astoria digs into a dog park at football field
Astoria looks at interim dog park at John Warren Field
Cannon Beach OKs development, denies dune grading bid
Council finalizes favorable vote on the Jeff Nicholson property and unanimously votes down Breakers Point dune grading proposal.
Foot chase nets stolen property
Officers chased the suspect on foot through several yards in the area before a Clatsop County Sheriff’s deputy tackled him.
Enterprise zone gets Port green light
Enterprise zone gets Port green light
The Port of Astoria Commission became the first governing body to approve the Clatsop Enterprise Zone.
It’s time to Savor Cannon Beach
It’s time to Savor Cannon Beach
Save the dates: the wine and culinary festival returns March 12 through 15.
Providence Seaside offers pain education

SEASIDE — A pain education class, “Understanding pain: With Knowledge Comes Power,” is being offered from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. March 13 in Education Center A (lower level) at Providence Seaside Hospital, 725 S. Wahanna Road in...

Locals speak in favor of medical marijuana
The Seaside Planning Commission took public testimony regarding potential zoning and use restrictions for medical marijuana dispensaries.
Lock out! Man with pellet gun outside school cited for disorderly conduct
Nathan Ladd was going target shooting in the woods at about 11:45 a.m. Tuesday when he was spotted by a teacher who was bringing students outside for lunch recess.
New 3-D movies showing at Maritime Museum
New 3-D movies showing at Maritime Museum
The 22-minute movies, “Galapagos” and “Turtle Vision,” will show every day of the year except for Christmas and Thanksgiving, starting this week until Dec. 31.
Lotteries: March 4, 2015
Lottery results

Local News

‘May you live in interesting times:’ State attorney general assesses job, announces second run
Oregon’s attorney general Ellen Rosenblum discussed the various challenges and initiatives of her office during a Columbia Forum talk,...
Learn to manage Medicare costs
A Clatsop Community College workshop explains Medicare on Monday.
Making the Dollar: The Hot Spot Yoga and Massage
Clatsop County Property Transactions: March 5, 2015
Being cool with school

Coast Guard

Steadfast is home again
The Steadfast also participated in the North American Maritime Security Initiative’s Pacific Exercise off Ensenada, Mexico.
A new cutter for here?
Coast Guard could homeport two fast response cutters in Astoria or Newport.
Coast Guard veteran surprised with long lost honor
Coast Guard Cutter Alert rescues sea turtles
Coast Guard rescues 3 from cargo ship

Northwest

Hispanic group seeks special prosecutor in police shooting
Hispanic group calls for special prosecutor in police shooting in Washington state
Student injuries reported in Washington school bus accident
Student injuries reported in eastern Washington school bus crash involving truck and car
State yanks license of northern Idaho wolf exhibition
Former mine manager convicted of clean water violations
Oily birds rescued from old motor oil spill near Sunnyside

Crime Reports

Convicted abuser violates probation, sentenced to prison
Neil Lincoln Fisk, 45, Astoria, was sentenced to nearly four years in prison Wednesday after violating his probation.
Foot chase nets stolen property
Officers chased the suspect on foot through several yards in the area before a Clatsop County Sheriff’s deputy tackled him.
Two arrested on attempted murder charges
Two minors arrested after hit and run
Major crimes rose in Cannon Beach last year

DUII

Two minors arrested after hit and run
Two men in Seaside arrested after motor vehicle accident.
On the record: March 2, 2015
On the record
DUII dispute could end soon

Point of View

Point of View: Daylight Saving Time
Point of View: How do you like Daylight Savings Time?
Point of View: Should the East Sand Island cormorants be killed?
Point of View: Killing cormorants?
Point of View: Governor’s resignation
Point of View: Valentine’s Day memory
Point of View: Six more weeks of winter?

Closures

Free

Appeals court upholds protection for threatened seabird
The American Forest Resources Council had argued that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service acted arbitrarily and capriciously in designating the U.S.
No strings attached: Congress sends Homeland bill to Obama without conditions
Obama promised to sign the bill as soon as he received it, while criticizing Congress for taking “far too long” to pass it.
Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum to run again
Tide gate failure threatens Brownsmead
Broken press may delay some print Daily Astorians

Politics

No strings attached: Congress sends Homeland bill to Obama without conditions
Obama promised to sign the bill as soon as he received it, while criticizing Congress for taking “far too long” to pass it.
US Rep. Bonamici schools amendment gains traction
Rep. Suzanne Bonamiic, (D-Ore., highlighted the successful inclusion in a bill of legislation she cosponsored to make testing in schools less...
Homeland Security funding fight shows limits on GOP power
Boone brings eight bills to state
Betsy’s bills: State senator tackles Hanthorn Cannery lease, levee bills, more

Fishing

Port of Astoria plans to close boatyard; Ilwaco braces for possible influx of boats
Port of Astoria closes boatyard; Port of Ilwaco plans for influx of boats
Packed to the gills with poets: Salty wordsmiths wash up in Astoria for FisherPoets
More than 80 salty wordsmiths from around the U.S., British Columbia and Finland washed up in Astoria this weekend for the FisherPoets Gathering.
Cold Stream: Astorian opens his West Coast combination boat for tours
Fall chinook run shaping up to be third largest in modern era
Astoria Bridge work starts up again

History

Nation/World

Boko Haram killing men, tribes linked to Chad, witnesses say
Witnesses: Boko Haram killing men, boys, tribe members linked to Chad in northeast Nigeria
Hispanic group seeks special prosecutor in police shooting
Hispanic group calls for special prosecutor in police shooting in Washington state
Actor known for role as dim-witted boss on 'Seinfeld' dies
Michael Brown's parents announce civil lawsuit in death
Plane skids off runway at LaGuardia, crashes through fence

Special Reports

Education

Being cool with school
The P-3 Early Learning Council finds several ways to get parents the information to help their budding kindergarteners.
Schools seek children with disabilities
Local educators are seeking children with disabilities who aren't being educationally served.
Astoria joins others offering free full-day kindergarten
CCC Arts & Experience tickets are on sale now
Flagging, CPR classes set

Friday Extra

Antarctica: Mystery continent holds key to mankind’s future
Clues to answering humanity’s most basic questions are locked in this continental freezer the size of the United States and half of Canada:...
In the Garden Q & A with Janet Weidman
In the Garden with Janet Weidman
Kids raise their heart rates and funds
Parting shot: River pilings at night
North Coast Christmas Chorale

Port of Astoria

Port of Astoria plans to close boatyard; Ilwaco braces for possible influx of boats
Port of Astoria closes boatyard; Port of Ilwaco plans for influx of boats
Enterprise zone gets Port green light
The Port of Astoria Commission became the first governing body to approve the Clatsop Enterprise Zone.
Lawsuits paint grim picture of Port under Weston
Port is afloat in first 6 months
Riverwalk Inn owner beholden to many