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Domestic violence victims in Clatsop County face barriers to recovery

Most don’t leave or report abuse until it has occurred several times More

Featured Stories

Riverfront hotel planned near downtown Astoria

Buoy Beer and Adrift Hotels partner on project More


Mayor withdraws from Seaside debate

Decision is ‘ridiculous,’ opponent says More


Housing, growth shape Warrenton mayor’s race

Balensifer challenged by Washington More


Domestic violence victims in Clatsop County face barriers to recovery

Most don’t leave or report abuse until it has occurred several times More

Man dies in Sunset Lake RV Park fire

Bolles, 47, found dead in his trailer More

Three years later, a murder victim’s parents still hope for answers

Beach was left near dunes More

Federal judge orders EPA to protect salmon from warm temperatures in Columbia basin

Warmer water is lethal for fish More

This is Evelyn, Miss Fancy Feathers

The Astoria chicken is a frizzled satin showgirl More

Capital Bureau

Measure 104 would make state fee hikes harder

Supporters say Democrats call taxes fees to make them easier to pass while opponents say measure will impact budget process More

Buehler gets $2 million from Knight, GOP governors

The Nike co-founder’s latest check brings his contribution to the Republican candidate to $2.5 million. More

Audit: Major disasters threaten PERS

Secretary of state auditors found a disaster could threaten the agency’s ability to issue payments on time or to the right people More

National political analyst calls governor race a ‘tossup’

Oregon’s close gubernatorial race between Democratic Gov. Kate Brown and GOP candidate Oregon Rep. Knute Buehler has captured the attention of national political pundits.On Tuesday, the race made the front page of the Cook Political Report’s More

Race for governor again coming down to Clackamas County

Gov. Kate Brown and Rep. Knute Buehler have traversed the state in search of swing voters to court. They have debated public pension reform, health care, education and gun rights. They have coined catch phrases to distill their messages.In the final days of the campaign, the race is... More


Boys soccer: Valiants blank Astoria, 3-0

Valiants 3, Fishermen 0 More

Volleyball: Banks scores sweep over Seaside

Braves defeat Gulls More

Soccer: Seaside, Tillamook split games

Lady Gulls get second league win More

Volleyball: Warrenton works overtime at Willamina, qualifies for state

Warriors qualify for state playoffs More

Scoreboard: Oct. 19, 2018

Local prep sports schedule More


Our View: Jones for Astoria mayor

Voters have two exceptional candidates to choose from More

Guest column: Vote ‘yes’ for Sunset Empire recreation bond

Facilities improve the quality of life for all residents More

Editorial cartoon: Cable news


Our View: Re-elect Bonamici to Congress

The congresswoman has served the district ably and well More

Editorial cartoon: Elizabeth Warren’s DNA



Obituary: Dorothy Isebelle Daggett Morgan Boyle

AstoriaApril 1, 1914 — Oct. 17, 2018Dorothy Boyle passed away Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 at the age of 104.Dorothy Isebelle Daggett Morgan Boyle was born on April 1, 1914 in Everett, Washington, to Lorne and Ellen McLeod Daggett. She grew up in Saskatchewan and Salmon... More

Obituary: Margaret Ann Phillips

MedfordSept. 26, 1924 — Oct. 27, 2017A celebration of life will be held Oct. 27, 2018 for Margaret Ann Phillips at First Baptist Church in Astoria, Oregon.Margaret Anna May Miglionico was born Sept. 26, 1924 in Denver, Colorado, to James Miglionico and Effie Ruth Doss. More

Death: Oct. 19, 2018

Death notice More

Obituary: Kaytlynn Natasha-Irene Kleber

PortlandJan. 3, 2002 — Oct. 13, 2018Kaytlynn Natasha-Irene Kleber passed away Oct. 13, 2018 in the loving arms of her parents, Penni and Forest Kleber. Born on Jan. 3, 2002, Kayti was a vibrant infant who delighted us all with her infectious smile. Kayti suffered a... More

Obituary: Betty Jean Casavant

SeasideMay 10, 1927 — Oct. 11, 2018Betty Jean Casavant, age 91, passed away on Oct. 11, 2018 at Neawanna by the Sea in Seaside, Oregon. Betty was born May 10, 1927 in Valley, Nebraska, to Edith and Delbert Speer, the youngest of six brothers and sisters. More


Weekend Break: In the harvest time of life

Just as weather changes the landscape, time changes us More

Artisan market set for Saturday and Sunday

Market is in Seaside More

GED classes offered

Orientation is Oct. 26 More

In One Ear: Incredible find

Viking ship found in field More

In One Ear: Look up

Stargazing More

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