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Showing off: Keep smiling, even when your pig won’t listen
Joshua Bessex/The Daily Astorian
Showing off: Keep smiling, even when your pig won’t listen
Keep smiling, even when your pig won't listen

Featured Stories

Miethe rapping out hits for Stealth
Miethe rapping out hits for Stealth
Warrenton junior-to-be recently competed in Tennessee for Stealth Softball
Fire danger level raised across Clatsop County
The Oregon Department of Forestry raises fire danger level in Clatsop County, leading to restrictions on industrial activities.
In drought, Pacific Northwest cities, farms face water cuts
Several cities impose restrictions
Poll: Americans favor farmers and food during drought
Poll: Americans favor farmers and food during drought
Reliable food supply a concern
Breathing life into parks, after dark
Breathing life into parks, after dark
Individuals take to McClure Park for evening viewing of "Back to the Future."
9-1-What? Sharing is caring
9-1-What? Sharing is caring
9-1-What?
The Ship Report: The schooner America comes to Astoria
The Ship Report: The schooner America comes to Astoria
The Ship Report
Artist’s Sketchbook: Astoria Sunday Market
Artist’s Sketchbook: Astoria Sunday Market
Artist's Sketchbook: Astoria Sunday Market
Book review: Lesser Beasts
Book review: Lesser Beasts
Book review: Lesser Beasts
Parting shot
Parting shot
Parting shot
Pet porkers pack rescues as trendy teacup pigs fatten up
Pet porkers pack rescues as trendy teacup pigs fatten up
'Either the pig goes or I go,' one husband says
A banner idea for Heritage Square hole
A banner idea for Heritage Square hole
Banners and benches could go up by Regatta parade
Army Corps prevails over Oregon LNG on easement
Army Corps prevails over Oregon LNG on easement
Federal magistrate sides against energy company
Court case gives Port more time on Riverwalk Inn
Court case gives Port more time on Riverwalk Inn
Smithart will operate hotel for a few more weeks, at least
Deadliest roads: Highways 101 and 30 have had the most fatal crashes in Clatsop County over the past decade
Deadliest roads: Highways 101 and 30 have had the most fatal crashes in Clatsop County over the past decade
The majority of fatal accidents in Clatsop County were caused by drivers traveling too fast for conditions and straddling or crossing the centerline.
Raspberry Pi is mmm, mmm geek
Raspberry Pi is mmm, mmm geek
College camp teaches students programming
Correction: July 31, 2015
Correction
Remaking Greenhead: Relinking 2,317-acre watershed with Willapa Bay
Remaking Greenhead: Relinking 2,317-acre watershed with Willapa Bay
A project 13 years in the making is finally nearing completion
Registration open for Great Columbia Crossing
Sign up for Great Columbia Crossing
Marijuana, industry may grow side by side
City Council crafts regulations on grow sites
Under specter of Cover Oregon, DMV begins major upgrade
Under specter of Cover Oregon, DMV begins major upgrade
The Oregon DMV is embarking on its largest systems upgrade in years, replacing technology more than 40 years old.
Crafts fundraiser benefits hospitalized vets
Crafts fundraiser benefits hospitalized vets
Families find treasures at Cannon Beach American Legion Auxiliary Craft Bazaar.
Sesquicentennial farms change with the times
Sesquicentennial farms change with the times
Three farms and ranches in Umatilla County are celebrating 150 years continuous operation by the same family.
Best Bets: July 31, 2015
Weekend best bets for July 31 to Aug. 2.
Arctic-bound ship leaves Oregon
Arctic-bound ship leaves Oregon
Protesters had blocked vessel in Portland

Local News

Showing off: Keep smiling, even when your pig won’t listen
Keep smiling, even when your pig won't listen
Miethe rapping out hits for Stealth
Warrenton junior-to-be recently competed in Tennessee for Stealth Softball
‘Meet the Mayor’ event with LaMear
Public meetings: Aug. 3, 2015
Parkinson’s forum in Seaside

Coast Guard

Shrimping vessel sinks near Tillamook
A vessel carrying 10,000 pounds of shrimp sank Tuesday in Tillamook Bay.
Coast Guard rescues fisherman from boat in Willapa Bay
A fisherman was reported going in and out of consciousness.
Coast Guard rescues boaters from Sand Island

Northwest

Oregon confident of meeting president's carbon goals
Oregon confident of meeting President's Obama's power plant carbon emissions goals
Judge: Idaho's anti-dairy spying law is unconstitutional
Federal judge rules Idaho's anti-dairy spying law unconstitutional
Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 4 4PM' game
Team rescues injured hiker on Olympic Peninsula
Many Pierce County cases reversed because of prosecutors

Crime Reports

Man found guilty in Seaside stabbing
Dylan Douglas Snook, 33, Astoria, was found guilty of all charges Friday related to a stabbing in Seaside last year.
Alleged sword-wielding burglar arrested
Albert J. Burkleo, 34, is accused of breaking into a small travel trailer in Warrenton last week and attempting to stab a man with a sword.
On the record: June 25, 2015
Home invasion suspects remain as co-defendants
On the record: June 24, 2015

DUII

Point of View

Point of View: Summer memories
Point of View: Summer memories
Point of View: Bring back the ferry?
Point of View: Tourist 2?
Point of View: Summer events
Point of View: Summer travel
Point of View: Fourth of July memories

Closures

Free

Coho salmon caught in Lower Columbia must be released under new fishing rule
A new rule issued Thursday specifically states that anglers must release any coho caught in waters currently open to salmon fishing from the Astoria...
Oregon Zoo holds vote to name rescued otter pup
Vote to name the rescued otter pup at the Oregon Zoo.
Power up: Local crews saved July 4th power reboot
Sewage on the beach cleaned up, changes ahead
Astorian recognized for excellence at Oregon awards

Politics

Bonamici backs maritime training bill
U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici co-sponsored a bill that could help expand maritime training at Clatsop Community College.
How the Legislature affected your life this session
Lawmakers passed a wide range of bills during session.
Boone counts wins, frustrations, in Salem

Fishing

Coho salmon caught in Lower Columbia must be released under new fishing rule
A new rule issued Thursday specifically states that anglers must release any coho caught in waters currently open to salmon fishing from the Astoria...
Gillnetters begin legal challenge to new Willapa Bay salmon policy
Gillnetting group files petition for judicial reveiw of new Willapa Bay salmon management policy
Heat stress, drought spurs push to cut fish kills
Ilwaco port jumping with salmon business

History

Nation/World

GOP hopefuls take on illegal immigration in debate preview
Republican White House hopefuls lash out at illegal immigration in 2016 debate preview
AP Top News At 8 p.m. EDT
Holmes jury keeps execution as option as sentencing advances
Ex-con accused of killing police officer turns self in
Prosecutor: Police officers unlawfully opened fire in death
The Latest: Christie calls war on drugs a failure at forum

Special Reports

Education

Migrant summer school provides some stability
Migrant summer school offers a leg up to area's itinerant workers.
College meeting had hellos, goodbyes
Clatsop Community College said farewell to some long-serving governors July 14.
Community gives scholarships to Astoria High grads
Astoria students score $1.8 million in scholarships
Clatsop Community College selects interim leader

Friday Extra

Breathing life into parks, after dark
Individuals take to McClure Park for evening viewing of "Back to the Future."
9-1-What? Sharing is caring
9-1-What?
Artist’s Sketchbook: Astoria Sunday Market
The Ship Report: The schooner America comes to Astoria
Book review: Lesser Beasts

Lotteries

Lotteries: Aug. 3, 2015
Lottery results
Lotteries: July 31, 2015
Lottery results
Lotteries: July 30, 2015
Lotteries: July 29, 2015
Lotteries: July 28, 2015

On the Record

Port of Astoria

Rebuffed Riverwalk Inn suitor prepared to sue
A rebuffed suitor for the Astoria Riverwalk Inn is prepared to sue.
Port worries about dangerous mix of log trucks, cars, people
The Pier 3 parking lot on the Astoria Riverwalk could be closed for safety reasons.
Dueling lawsuits: Log exporters take beefs to court
Local family to take on Riverwalk Inn
Port meeting tonight

Public Meetings

Public meetings: July 30, 2015
Public meetings
Public meetings: July 29, 2015
Public meetings
Public meetings: July 28, 2015
Public meetings: July 27, 2015
Public meetings: July 24, 2015