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Snowy plovers spotted in Fort Stevens; first time in decades

Snowy plover nest sighted at Fort Stevens More

Featured Stories

Liberty Theatre seeks $5 million to modernize

Investment in a modern venue More

 

Astoria theater searches for a leader

Doyle is leaving on military tour More

 

Clatsop County needle exchange program continues past pilot stage

More than 73,000 needles collected in seven months More

News

Snowy plovers spotted in Fort Stevens; first time in decades

Snowy plover nest sighted at Fort Stevens More

Accidents on U.S. Highway 30 more prevalent near eastern Astoria

Five miles of 26-mile stretch saw 36 percent of accidents More

Photo gallery: Tourist season kicks off in Astoria

The gargantuan cruise ship docked in town may have given it away More

In One Ear: There’s a teacher in the Goondocks

Studio teacher remembers the Goonies More

Seaside Downtown Development Association scales back

Executive director leaves, programs under review More

Capital Bureau

State eases rules on building officials

An emergency rule by the Oregon Building Codes Division would have effectively shut down the building programs of dozens of smalls cities that use private inspectors. More

Williams claims need for pot data, cooperation with local police

U.S. Attorney says federal resources will be focused on overproduction of cannabis, diversion across state lines and what he characterizes as threats to public health and safety posed by the drug. More

Tax-free grocery initiative closer to state’s November ballot

A grocery company-backed campaign for IP 37 turned in nearly 180,000 signatures to the Secretary of State’s Office Wednesday. More

State grapples with gaps in I.T. project oversight

Certain state agencies are exempt from laws passed in 2014-15 to require state agencies to have independent outside oversight and reporting on I.T. projects. More

State economist predicts 2019 ‘kicker’

Changes in tax law, booming economy boost state revenues More

Sports

Baseball: Challengers blank Warrenton, 3-0

Challengers hold on for win More

Scoreboard: May 25, 2018

Local sports schedule and scores More

Baseball: Community rallies around Knappa Loggers

Loggers are big favorites to repeat as 2A/1A state champions More

Softball: North Douglas defeats Knappa, 6-4

Warriors hold off Loggers More

Baseball: Madras slips past Astoria in 11 innings

White Buffaloes outlast Fishermen More

Opinion

Editorial cartoon: Memorial Day choices

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Our View: Oregon’s leaders need long-term strategies

We know good economic times cannot last forever More

Guest column: Our coastal community mourns for lost fisherman

Reflections on young lives lost on local waters More

Editorial cartoon: Supreme Court on workers’ rights

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1968: Sen. Kennedy flies into Clatsop Airport

10 years ago this week — 2008At about 1:30 p.m. Saturday, the U.S. Coast Guard rescued a kite surfer in Half Moon Bay, after he became exhausted off Westport, Wash.Around the same time, a Coast Guard crew pulled an 18-year-old woman from waters near Grays Harbor,... More

Obituaries

Obituary: Patrick McGee

AstoriaApril 5, 1946 — May 7, 2018Patrick McGee, at age 72, of Astoria, Oregon, passed away on May 7, 2018, losing his four-year battle with cancer. He was surrounded by his family, at home, in his final days.Originally from North Carolina, Patrick enjoyed a... More

Memorial: May 25, 2018

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Death: May 23, 2018

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Memorial: May 23, 2018

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Obituary: Jack Lester Birkby

Arch CapeMay 20, 1925 — May 6, 2018Jack Lester Birkby was born in Sidney, Iowa, May 20, 1925, and died May 6, 2018, in Arch Cape, Oregon, at the age of 93.Staff Sgt. Birkby, while stationed at Fort Lewis, met and married Dorothy Yost, his wife of 61 years. More

Life

Weekend Break: Warrenton family moved to St. Croix — and faced Hurricane Maria

Samantha and William Jones and their daughters witness beauty, destruction in the Caribbean More

Local students direct funds to community programs

Students donate to local causes through CommuniCare program More

Birth: May 25, 2018

Birth notice More

Camp Kiwanilong’s Summer Youth Program marks 40 years

Open house June 2 More

In One Ear: A daze of days

A weekend of National Days More

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