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With more conflagration calls coming to Clatsop County, local fire departments adjust to a new reality

Four task forces have been sent since beginning of summer More

Featured Stories

Developers offer new vision for East Mooring Basin in Astoria

Floating homes and a cruise ship terminal More

 

Northwest housing authority deputy director files complaint against agency

Sims on administrative leave pending results of investigation More

 

Friends and family remember man killed by Seaside police

Case recognized for his work ethic, giving spirit More

News

Baby salmon shark washes ashore at Sunset Beach

The 3 1/2-foot shark died a few hours after rescue attempts More

County tax appeals board seeks applicants

Daytime meetings begin in February More

Homeless man pleads not guilty to attempted murder

Dawson, 33, allegedly hit man over head with hatchet handle More

With more conflagration calls coming to Clatsop County, local fire departments adjust to a new reality

Four task forces have been sent since beginning of summer More

Home Baking Co. owners offer up historic business in Astoria

Founded by Finnish immigrants More

Capital Bureau

Oregon Transportation Commission moves forward on tolling application for Portland

In addition to tolls on I-5 and I-205, the transportation commission is exploring creating a ‘seamless loop’ of tollways around the Portland area More

First state-funded fast-track housing opens in Salem

Cornerstone Apartments, a 180-unit rent-capped development, is the first of 1,700 units statewide under development through the state’s new Local Innovation and Fast Track Rental program. More

Buehler announces plan to end homelessness

Nearly 14,000 people are considered homeless in Oregon, according to a January 2017 survey More

Treatment center offers care for mentally ill inmates

The Oregon Department of Corrections opened the behavioral health treatment center after receiving criticism that it was giving inadequate care to inmates with mental illness More

Democrats criticize rule change for home health workers

In July, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced it would repeal an Obama administration 2014 rule that allowed states to deduct fees for “benefits customary to employees,” including union dues, directly from health workers’ pay. More

Sports

Memories of high school meets at Hayward

Hayward Field has seen the last of the high school meets, for now More

A little ‘Pre’ history at Hayward Field

Prefontaine and the NCAA's always special at Hayward More

Olympic Trial memories at Hayward Field

Olympic Trials and Hayward Field More

Memories of Hayward Field abound for Seaside coach

Former coach recalls great times at Hayward Field More

Youth soccer association will rename field in honor of Boisvert

Fall season starts Sept. 8 More

Opinion

Pro-Con: Is the proposed U.S. Space Force really necessary to our defense?

Should a new military service be created? More

Our View: Join America’s free press in defense of freedom

Every size publication plays a role in democracy More

Guest editorial: We’re standing up to the bullying

American’s public and press must work together in defense of democracy More

Editorial cartoon: Chilling effect on free speech

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Water under the bridge: 1943 — ‘Rubber Speeds Victory’

From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers More

Obituaries

Obituary: Betty Eleanor Vaughn

Naselle, WashingtonFeb. 3, 1933 — Aug. 7, 2018Betty Eleanor Vaughn, 85, of Naselle, Washington, passed away peacefully at Willapa Harbor Health and Rehab Center in Raymond, Washington, on Aug. 7, 2018. Betty was born to Gunnar and Eva Nelson on Feb. 3, 1933, in Salmon Creek,. More

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Obituary: Larry Eugene Ewing

WarrentonOct. 27, 1971 — Aug. 9, 2018Larry Eugene Ewing II passed away Aug. 9, 2018, in Warrenton, Oregon, at the age of 46. He was born and raised in the Mojave Desert. He moved to Oregon to raise his young family. He was a hardworking man who loved his family,... More

Life

Weekend Break: The winds blew fair for annual sailboat race

Modern Oysterville Regatta pays tribute to tradition started in 1872 More

Nursery tour and plant sale focuses on native plants

Event is Aug. 25 More

Wauna Federal Credit Union raises $6,500 for Astoria Net Shed

A quarterly fundraiser More

Trail’s End Art Associaton names Best of Show winner

Sampsel took the honors More

Rummage sale benefits senior dog sanctuary

Fundraiser for Angels For Sara More

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