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Cannon Beach selects Benedict as fire chief
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Cannon Beach selects Benedict as fire chief
Board to offer Matt Benedict job as Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District chief

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9-1-What? Safety first
9-1-What? Safety first
9-1-What?
Creative struggle: Artists describe tension of art, commerce
Creative struggle: Artists describe tension of art, commerce
Artists describe tension of art, commerce
Sodomy case dismissed in Goodding legal fallout
Sodomy case dismissed in Goodding legal fallout
The District Attorney’s Office has been doing damage control trying to prosecute cases where Sgt. Goodding was the lead or only officer.
Timberlands up for auction
Timberlands up for auction
Land has served as coastal tree farm
Top court affirms attempted murder ruling
Top court affirms attempted murder ruling
Former Seaview man will continue long prison term
Rare deer still in peril
Rare deer still in peril
Wildlife biologists want to keep native species on the endangered list
Long, long gone: Author recalls move to the coast
Long, long gone: Author recalls move to the coast
Author recalls move to the coast
Best Bets: April 29, 2016
Best Bets: April 29, 2016
Weekend Best Bets for April 29 to May 1.
On the record: April 29, 2016
On the record
National Park visitors bring $15 million to North Coast
The 2015 report shows $16.9 billion of direct spending by 307.2 million park visitors in communities within 60 miles of a national park.
Correction: April 29, 2016
Name incorrect
Fishing festival director resentenced after appeal
Fishing festival director resentenced after appeal
Williams, 51, was originally sentenced to more than three years in prison in 2013 after a jury found him guilty of first-degree aggravated theft, first-degree theft and tampering with a witness.
‘Squaw’ names replaced in Grant County
‘Squaw’ names replaced in Grant County
Thirteen locations in Grant County have received new names from the USGS.
Wine time in Seaside
Wine time in Seaside
Enjoy regional wines at Seaside's Wine Walk on May 14.
States set summer and fall salmon seasons
Experts predict productive Buoy 10 fishery
Sanders, Kasich visit Oregon as presidential hopes slip
Chances for nomination dim
‘My last hurrah’
‘My last hurrah’
Moore moved from Mahomet, Illinois, where he served as the chief executive officer for the Champaign County Regional Planning Commission since 2007.
Port backs seafood processor expansion
Port backs seafood processor expansion
Da Yang’s footprint at Pier 2 more than doubles
Seaside Chamber names new executive director
Seaside Chamber names new executive director
Owen was marketing director at title company
‘No rosy picture this year’
‘No rosy picture this year’
Water, sewer rate hikes recommended
Port approves emergency repairs to Pier 2
Port approves emergency repairs to Pier 2
Agency under pressure to make fixes by July
Nicholson property is now listed for sale
Nicholson property is now listed for sale
Appeal puts Laurel Street development on hold
High response for citizen survey in Cannon Beach
High response for citizen survey in Cannon Beach
Results will soon be analyzed
Cartwright Park mountain bike track gets go-ahead
Cartwright Park mountain bike track gets go-ahead
Seaside City Council gives nod to transition park into mountain bike pump track
County counsel contract increased to $105,000
Reynolds has served as county counsel since 1995.

Local News

Cannon Beach selects Benedict as fire chief
Board to offer Matt Benedict job as Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District chief
High-level staff depart mental-health agency
State and internal reviews are looking into management
Creative struggle: Artists describe tension of art, commerce
Sodomy case dismissed in Goodding legal fallout
Timberlands up for auction

Coast Guard

Coast Guard rescues hiker
The Coast Guard rescued an exhausted hiker from Tillamook Head Sunday.
Coast Guard air crew hoists injured kayaker
A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter from Astoria made a daring evacuation in the Columbia River Gorge Saturday.
Coast Guard rescues fishermen near Grays Harbor
Alert returns from Pacific patrol
Coast Guard hoists injured man from jetty

Northwest

Arrests in Seattle as May Day marchers take to streets
Seattle police used pepper spray Sunday evening to disperse black-clad anti-capitalist protesters authorities say threw rocks, flares, bricks and...
The Latest: Police use pepper spray on Seattle protesters
Seattle police used pepper spray to disperse anti-capitalist protesters after authorities say rocks, flares and bricks were thrown at officers...
Warriors whip Portland at home in opener of West semifinals
Royals snap losing streak with 4-1 win against Mariners
OR Lottery

Crime Reports

Man arrested for sexual abuse of teenager
An Ilwaco, Washington, man was arrested on charges related to the online sexual corruption and abuse of a local teenage girl.

DUII

Point of View

Point of View: Skipanon Peninsula uses
Point of View: What to do?
Point of View: No LNG
Point of View: LNG
Point of View: Sell the PAC?
Point of View: Sea lions
Point of View: April Fools’ Day pranks

Closures

Free

VA study of service dogs for vets with PTSD faces questions
Some worry animals become substitutes for hard work
Tucker and turtle friend fly to San Diego
Among the survivors hitching a ride was Tucker, a male olive ridley turtle between 15 to 20 years of age, found at Cannon Beach.
Clatsop Community College board singles out Breitmeyer for president
Ghost fishing land mines: Cleaning up lost fishing gear
Blazers beat Clippers 98-84

Politics

A rare seat on the Circuit Court bench
Three candidates have filed to replace Judge Philip Nelson.
McIntosh is ready day one
McIntosh has worked as a courtroom lawyer for nearly 24 years.
Goldthorpe extols experience
Woltjer cites court background
Oregon Independent Party gets clarity on presidential nominations

Fishing

As Pacific sardine collapse worsens, scientists worry about possible ripple in the ecosystem
New federal research indicates numbers of the small, silvery, schooling fish have plummeted further than before the fishing moratorium, dashing any...
Pacific salmon may be scarce, pricey in stores this summer
Four years of bruising drought in the West has strained inland rivers where salmon spawn, putting the fish in sharp decline.
North Coast closed to mussel harvesting
Spring Chinook fishery closes pending run update on Lower Columbia River
States to tear down dams to welcome salmon back

History

Nation/World

Trump gets outside help for potential GOP convention battle
Donald Trump has a Plan B if he's faced with a contested convention _ and it involves the sort of outside groups that he's called "corrupt."
The Latest: Police arrest protesters in Seattle
At least three people have been arrested and two police officers injured in Seattle following clashes between anti-capitalist protesters and...
Campaign rumbles into Indiana with underdogs struggling
May Day marchers take to US streets in heated election year
Puerto Rico won't make $370 million in debt payments Monday

Special Reports

Education

Clatsop Community College board singles out Breitmeyer for president
The Clatsop Community College Board has made their decision for the new president.
Uptick in revenue brings robust Seaside schools budget
Higher revenues give district wiggle room
High school hosts fishing derby
Warrenton to part ways with South Jetty High
Kindergarten Round-ups start next week

Friday Extra

Long, long gone: Author recalls move to the coast
Author recalls move to the coast
Hard cider makes an easy connection between urban and rural
The cider tasting event in Hood River attracted a crowd that was chiefly from Portland. This is not a mystery.
9-1-What? Safety first
The Family Gardener
North Fork John Day provides early season exercise

Lotteries

Lotteries: April 29, 2016
Lottery results
Lotteries: April 28, 2016
Lottery results
Lotteries: April 27, 2016
Lotteries: April 26, 2016
Lotteries: April 25, 2016

On the Record

Port of Astoria

Port backs seafood processor expansion
Da Yang’s footprint at Pier 2 more than doubles
Port approves emergency repairs to Pier 2
Agency under pressure to make fixes by July
Oregon LNG asks Port to let them go
Pot shop nickname has Port leader fired up
Port awaits word on Oregon LNG lease

Public Meetings

Public meetings: April 29, 2016
Public meetings
Public meetings: April 28, 2016
Public meetings
Public meetings: April 27, 2016
Public meetings: April 26, 2016
Public meetings: April 25, 2016