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City Council approves public works fee increases
Fees have not been increased since 2005

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‘Art is not here to make friends’
‘Art is not here to make friends’
Creator of controversial painting says it's meant to disrupt — others aren't so sure
Festival of Trees brings ‘magic and community’ together
Festival of Trees brings ‘magic and community’ together
All that glitters at Providence Seaside's annual festival of trees
Craft beer industry slows, but opportunities exist
But a state economic analyst says the outlook is good for neighborhood microbreweries
Goldthorpe appointed Malheur County DA
Goldthorpe appointed Malheur County DA
Deputy district attorney has served as prosecutor in Clatsop County for several years
A new advocate for downtown Astoria
A new advocate for downtown Astoria
The Astoria Downtown Historic District Association has a new director.
Observances mark Pearl Harbor attack
75th anniversary of Japanese attack
LaMear holds ‘Meet the Mayor’ event
Monthly meeting for resident feedback
Crash kills two, hospitalizes two on Hwy. 26
A crash on U.S. Highway 26 Saturday killed two women from Cornelius and sent two Seaside residents to the hospital.
ODFW Commission extends Columbia River reform plan by one year
ODFW Commission extends Columbia River reform plan by one year
Commission will discuss issue again in January
No. 4 Washington beats No. 9 Colorado 41-10 for Pac-12 title
No. 4 Washington beats No. 9 Colorado 41-10 for Pac-12 title
Washington rolled from there to its first conference title since 2000 with a performance likely to keep the Huskies in the top four when the College Football Playoff bids are handed out Sunday.
‘We change lives’
‘We change lives’
New library director focuses on staff, services, during divisive time
Governor appoints Goldthorpe Malheur prosecutor
Governor appoints Goldthorpe Malheur prosecutor
Deputy district attorney has been a prosecutor in Clatsop County for the past six years
Walden will lead House Energy and Commerce Committee
Republican congressman gets influential post
None of the above
None of the above
In Clatsop County, 3.7 percent of voters chose write-in candidates for president
Christmas food parade winds through neighborhoods
Firefighters help needy families
First scholarship
First scholarship
Lower Columbia Chief Petty Officers Association donates $1,000 for college scholarship
Wheat growers tell feds they oppose dam breaching
Wheat growers tell feds they oppose dam breaching
Similar meeting set for Astoria
Governor’s budget would close youth prison in Warrenton
Governor’s budget would close youth prison in Warrenton
Facility specializes in drug treatment, gang prevention
Carnival’s Princess pays $40M fine for sea waste
Carnival’s Princess pays $40M fine for sea waste
One ship had a 'magic pipe'
Ackley prevails in recount
Ackley prevails in recount
Warrenton commissioner beat challenger by six votes
Governor’s budget would close North Coast Youth Correctional Facility
Brown aiming to address a $1.7 billion shortfall
Parking tight on Columbia River
Parking tight on Columbia River
The Columbia River is in need of more parking spots.
Fallen tree closes Fort to Sea Trail
Popular trail for hikers
On the record: Dec. 1, 2016
On the record
Warrenton wants a deputy dog
Warrenton wants a deputy dog
The department hopes to bring in $15,000 to restart the K-9 officer program.

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City Council approves public works fee increases
Fees have not been increased since 2005
Magnanimous Mug pulls in $64,494 for nonprofits
The North Coast Food Web is about $38,000 richer after Taylor won Fort George's Magnanimous Mug Award contest.
Heavy rains close a portion of Ecola State Park
‘Art is not here to make friends’
Festival of Trees brings ‘magic and community’ together

Coast Guard

Boat sinks in Grays Harbor Friday
The U.S. Coast Guard responded to a sunken boat in Wesport, Washington, Friday.
Coast Guard evacuates injured crew member
The U.S. Coast Guard evacuated an injured crew member from an outgoing ship Saturday.
Rescue swimmer earns high honor for heroism
Vessel grounded, ordered to port by Coast Guard
Coast Guard rescue school pairs swimmers and helicopters

Northwest

Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 4 10PM' game
Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 4 10PM' game
Portland edges UT-Rio Grande Valley 90-89 in double OT
Alec Wintering scored 24 points and Gabe Taylor tipped in the winning bucket to lift Portland past Texas-Rio Grande Valley for a 90-89...
Hutchinson, Boise State hold off Loyola Marymount 80-79
Winning numbers drawn in 'Lotto' game
Winning numbers drawn in 'Hit 5' game

Crime Reports

Police ask for help to track elk poacher
The police are offering a reward for information about the poaching of two elk near St. Helens Monday.
On the record: Nov. 22, 2016

Felon in possession of firearm

• At 10:36 p.m. Friday, Warrenton police responded to a report of possible juveniles drinking alcohol...

On the record: Nov. 4, 2016
Wing gets 15 years in daughter’s murder
Astoria woman seriously injured in head-on crash

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Point of View

Point of View: Where do you want to go?
Point of View: Where to go for the holidays
Point of View: Gratitude
Point of View: Thanksgiving
Point of View: Honoring veterans
Point of View: Election ballot
Point of View: Recalling Halloween

Closures

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Heavy rains close a portion of Ecola State Park
Heavy rains have damaged roadways and closed a portion of Ecola State Park.
Jewell School is closed today

Jewell School District is closed today due to snow.

Costs of train derailment along Columbia River adding up
Oregon eases up on pot testing regulations
Macaw poses in man’s mug shot after unlucky court appearance

Politics

Recount for Warrenton race to be held next week
The current tally for the Position 1 contest shows 1,120 votes for Ackley and 1,115 for Lampi — 49.65 percent to 49.42 percent
Ackley leads Lampi by five votes in Warrenton
If Ackley gets one more vote and Lampi's total stays the same, no recount will be required.
Analysis: Trump’s win a shock to the system
Incumbents win state races; Republican takes Oregon’s second-highest office
Ballot measures broach hot issues; Florida OKs medical pot

Fishing

ODFW Commission extends Columbia River reform plan by one year
Commission will discuss issue again in January
Commercial crab fishery along Oregon, Washington coasts

Going into November, the crab looked good and fishery managers in Oregon and Washington were hopeful about a Dec. 1 opener for the season.

Start a new Thanksgiving tradition: Free fishing Friday and Saturday
Oregon Coast reopened to mussel harvesting
Crabbing shut from northern Oregon to California border

History

Nation/World

AP Top International News at 2:48 a.m. EST
AP Top International News at 2:48 a.m. EST
German factory orders beat forecasts, up strongly in October
German factory orders were up a far stronger-than-expected 4.9 percent in October compared with the previous month, led higher by orders for cars and...
Iran says UN atomic agency chief to visit Tehran again
World leaders face risks in reconciling with past enemies
Tufts suspends frat activities after hazing allegations

Special Reports

More Oregon students are homeless than last year
Warrenton has most without shelter in county
Apartment complex sells, and rents climb
The difficulty in preserving affordable rentals
Cannon Beach could lead affordable housing push
Cannon Beach to consider affordable housing solutions
The Housing Crunch: County sees barriers to housing solutions

Education

Free swim: Peninsula woman’s generosity provides the gift of swimming
Naselle dolphins: Peninsula woman’s generosity provides the gift of swimming
College holds GED orientation
Clatsop Community College will hold an orientation next month for starting the General Educational Development exam.
Clock is ticking as Seaside gets to work to move schools
More Oregon students are homeless than last year
Shakespeare comes to Seaside High

Friday Extra

Lotteries

Lotteries: Dec. 5, 2016
Lottery results
Lotteries: Dec. 2, 2016
Lottery results
Lotteries: Dec. 1, 2016
Lotteries: Nov. 30, 2016
Lotteries: Nov. 29, 2016

On the Record

On the record: Nov. 22, 2016

Felon in possession of firearm

• At 10:36 p.m. Friday, Warrenton police responded to a report of possible juveniles drinking alcohol...

On the record: Nov. 4, 2016
On the record

Port of Astoria

One Port lawsuit postponed with aggrieved hotelier
The upcoming trial in the lawsuit brought over operation of the Astoria Riverwalk Inn has been delayed several months.
Port sues Smithart over Riverwalk Inn debt
Port claims hotelier did not make rent or other payments
Port calls on CREST to release dam documents
Airport contractor racks up late fees
Port puts off talk of leaving CREST

Public Meetings

Public meetings: Dec. 6, 2016
Public meetings
Public meetings: Dec. 5, 2016
Public meetings
Public meetings: Dec. 2, 2016
Public meetings: Dec. 1, 2016
Public meetings: Nov. 30, 2016