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Astoria Brewing Co. to rebrand Wet Dog Cafe

Allen and Huber families are behind a collection of businesses More

Featured Stories

Seafood industry faces tougher wastewater requirements

New version of a permit More


Everyday People: Chemical salesman gives running Bronze Coast Gallery a go in Cannon Beach

Clayton follows passion after retirement More


Surf Pines ‘peeping Tom’ sentenced to more than 35 years in prison

Cazee convicted of 23 charges in January More


Snowy weather disrupts schools on the North Coast

Dispatchers urged drivers to use caution More

Astoria Brewing Co. to rebrand Wet Dog Cafe

Allen and Huber families are behind a collection of businesses More

Gearhart man accused of compelling child pornography

He allegedly attempted to sell the material More

Seaside man arrested after allegedly having sex with minor

Fabian arrested last week after alleged assault More

Hundreds brave weather for the Festival of Dark Arts in Astoria

Stout beer celebration at Fort George More

Capital Bureau

College tuition break pitched for immigrants

The state Senate on Monday passed a bill to give resident tuition to noncitizens who have graduated from Oregon high schools More

Senate committee to take another pass at tax plan

The bill amends a plan aimed at tempering the effects of federal tax reform on Oregon’s budget. More

Ethics commission to pursue Kitzhaber for 10 violations

The Oregon Ethics Commission voted unanimously Friday to make preliminary findings of violations. The vote prompts a period when the former governor can appeal or negotiate for a settlement. More

Mercury pollution may impact Oregon farm erosion rules

Farmers may be expected to increase erosion control efforts due to stricter mercury pollution limits in Oregon’s Willamette river basin. More

Legislators wary of optimistic revenue forecast

Good news of nearly $100 million more in resources met with skepticism as lawmakers wrestle with potential budget impact of federal tax changes More


Girls basketball: Seaside survives with win over Scappoose

Gulls hold off Indians More

Scoreboard: Feb. 20, 2018

Local prep sports schedule and scores More

Wrestling: Goozee of Knappa, Warrenton’s Gilbert place at state

Gilbert takes third for Warriors More

Swimming: Seaside’s Josh Shipley earns state medal

Seaside junior scores points More

Scoreboard: Feb. 19, 2018

Local prep sports schedule and scores More


Our View: Congress — not local cops — responsible for ICE

Sheriffs and police have to straddle ideological fault lines More

Editorial cartoon: FBI incompetence


Our View: At 21, FisherPoets comes of age

Festival celebrates survivors who risk so much to feed us More

Southern Exposure: An elk Q&A with wildlife biologist Herman Biederbeck

The first responder to Gearhart’s elk call More

Guest column: Astoria schools seek public input on facilities

In our continued support of the Astoria School District’s mission, we are in the process of evaluating our school facilities. The school district has received grants from the Oregon Department of Education to complete a facility assessment, long-range facility plan and an... More


Deaths: Feb. 20, 2018

Death notices More

Obituary: Bonnie C. Meyers

SeasideOct. 7, 1938 — Feb. 13, 2018Bonnie C. Meyers of Seaside, Oregon, died Feb. 13, 2018, of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in Seaside, Oregon. She was born in Napa, California, to Evelyn I. Thornton and Aubrey L. Stephenson on Oct. 7, 1938. Bonnie and Robert. More

Obituary: Betty-Lou Ann Thompson Hare

SeasideSept. 30, 1925 — Feb. 6, 2018Betty-Lou Ann Thompson Hare was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on Sept. 30, 1925, with her passing at Avamere Memory Care in Seaside, Oregon, where she had her own studio apartment for the last two months. She was 92.Betty-Lou was the... More

Memorial: Feb. 16, 2018

Memorial notice More

Obituary: Kenneth Earl Merrill

AstoriaOct. 23, 1937 — Jan. 30, 2018Kenneth Earl Merrill, Astoria resident off and on since June 1965, lastly since August 1976, died Jan. 30, 2018, in Portland, Oregon. Kenneth was born Oct. 23, 1937, in Dansville, New York, to Walter and Pearl (Bedford) Merrill. More


Birth: Feb. 20, 2018

Birth notice More

Deadly siege: 1918 flu slammed Pacific County

When Spanish influenza arrived in Pacific County in 1918, it killed dozens of healthy people, and brought life to a stand-still. More

In One Ear: Going home

Svea-Jade is on her way More

In One Ear: Just don’t

Mulling over some 1876 Astoria laws More

In One Ear: Peacock Spit claims the SS Admiral Benson

Intercoastal steamship runs aground near Cape Disappointment More

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