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Cannon Shots: A killing leaves its mark on Cannon Beach
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Cannon Shots: A killing leaves its mark on Cannon Beach
Police Chief Jason Schermerhorn reflects on the one-year anniversary of a horrific crime in Cannon Beach.

Featured Stories

Cabbages and Kings: July 29, 2015
Cabbages and Kings: July 29, 2015
California driving is Oregon driving on steroids.
Column: The structure of gratitude
David Brooks column
Water Under the Bridge: July 29, 2015
Water Under the Bridge: July 29, 2015
Water Under the Bridge
Editorial: Keeping marijuana away from kids requires vigorous efforts
Legalization poses difficult issues
Editorial: Early learning gives students a boost
Astoria is a poster child for rural pre-kindergarten care
Column: Zombies against Medicare
Paul Krugman column
Column: Trump the poison his party concocted
Timothy Egan column
Editorial: Schnitzer generosity provides long-range future for Confluence Project
Regional benefactor jump starts an endowment for long-term care of a major art installation
Editorial: ‘Local’ control would create patchwork of regulations
The Secretary of State's Office has put a major hurdle in the way of a proposed Oregon ballot initiative that seeks an end to state and federal supremacy. While efforts to allow more local control have democratic appeal, the result would be chaos.
Column: The price of fetal parts
Abortion critics have long warned that the problem is not only the obvious — what abortion does to the fetus — but also what it does to us.
Column: The minimum-wage muddle
Today, raising the minimum wage is the central piece of the progressive economic agenda.
Editor’s Notebook: Tiny gold caterpillar wiggles into epic tales of wartime bravery
Editor’s Notebook: Tiny gold caterpillar wiggles into epic tales of wartime bravery
A tiny insignia opens into a mystery about a World War II veteran, as Washington state launches a major project designed to preserve the stories of a generation of heroes
Cartoon: Is this the big one?
Cartoon: Is this the big one?
Is it the big one?
Column: Europe’s impossible dream
How did things go so wrong? The answer is that this is what happens when self-indulgent politicians ignore arithmetic and the lessons of history.
Editorial: Don’t keep us waiting
As with all artistic endeavors, there is messiness behind the curtain of the Astoria Music Festival
Editorial: ‘The height of irresponsibility’
Former Vice President Al Gore says it is insane to permit Arctic oil development.
Of Cabbages and Kings: Take me out to the ballgame … food court
Of Cabbages and Kings: Take me out to the ballgame … food court
Watching a day game at Tonkin Field in Hillsboro is a summer treat
Water Under the Bridge: July 22, 2015
Water Under the Bridge: July 22, 2015
From the pages of Astoria's daily newspapers
Column: Heritage and healing in Joseph
Column: Heritage and healing in Joseph
Joseph is a stunning place — set in a cradle of grass and forests in the Wallowa Mountains of eastern Oregon.
Editorial: Drought is hammering migratory species and wetlands
It’s time for personal and agency action to save birds
Editorial: Trump imitates Amy Schumer
In any job search – including the presidency – temperament and attitude are a huge factor.
Column: Hi-Ho, Lone Ranger, or Mr. President
Column: Hi-Ho, Lone Ranger, or Mr. President
Would he revoke the Presidential Medal of Freedom given to a comedian who has been accused of subverting the free will of dozens of women, and counting?
Column: Worse than we could have imagined
Who would have imagined we would be giving up the conventional arms and ballistic missile embargoes on Iran?
Editorial: What’s going on Heritage Square?
Slow and steady is the way to accomplish a major public works project such as Heritage Square
Editorial: Enough is enough
Long Beach Fourth of July was out of control

Editorials

Editorial: Port of Astoria gets a do-over
In seeking its next hotel operator, the Port of Astoria needs a long-term solution
Editorial: Sockeye troubles highlight need for unified watershed management
Goal should be overall watershed functionality during rapid climate change
Cabbages and Kings: July 29, 2015
Editorial: Keeping marijuana away from kids requires vigorous efforts
Editorial: Early learning gives students a boost

Columns

Cannon Shots: A killing leaves its mark on Cannon Beach
Police Chief Jason Schermerhorn reflects on the one-year anniversary of a horrific crime in Cannon Beach.
Column: Today’s exhausted superkids
Frank Bruni column
Cabbages and Kings: July 29, 2015
Water Under the Bridge: July 29, 2015
Column: The structure of gratitude

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Support the festival
Sergey Antonov re Astoria Music Festival
Letter: Reconsider school move
Julie Garrett re Seaside
Letter: Class of 1995 meets
Letter: A little off the top, please
Letter: ‘Cinderella’ sizzles