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Editorial: She made the pageant
Dana Phillips is the kind of citizen a town desperately needs.

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Editorial: Not that long ago ...
Not that long ago, Oregon twice tore its guts out over gay rights
Trade Bill divides Democratic party
Our senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley opposed each other on trade
Column: On lowering the Confederate flag
Column: On lowering the Confederate flag
Within hours of the massacre, President Obama was lamenting the absence of progress on gun control.
Bach’s vision was realized perfectly
Bach’s vision was realized perfectly
The St. John's Passion is a stunning work of Bach's genius
Editorial: Minimum wage bill misses our diversity
Speaker Kotek's last-minute tax initiative is too much, too late.
Column: Cold War without the fun
No, this post-post-Cold War has more of a WWE — World Wrestling Entertainment — feel to it, and I don’t just mean President Vladimir Putin of Russia’s riding horses bare-chested, although that is an apt metaphor.
Column: It’s time to apologize for slavery
The first black man to live in the White House, long hesitant about doing anything bold on the color divide, could make one of the most simple and dramatic moves of his presidency: apologize for the land of the free being, at one time, the largest...
Time for USA team to step up
Women's World Cup sparkles, but soccer scandals remain
Cabbages and Kings: Astoria Music Festival ahead of last year
Cabbages and Kings: Astoria Music Festival ahead of last year
This Astoria Music Festival is a leap beyond prior years.
Column: Fracking and the Franciscans
David Brooks column
Water Under the Bridge: June 24, 2015
Water Under the Bridge: June 24, 2015
From the pages of Astoria's daily newspapers
Editorial: When?
For some, it's never a good time for dialogue on guns
Editorial: Tough love for debtor nation
Greece needs to sink or swim on its own
Column: In Charleston, a millennial race terrorist
Charles Blow column
Column: Slavery’s long shadow
Paul Krugman column
Editorial: One step forward ...
The Port of Astoria seems to be making progress
Editorial: Astoria’s rebirth continues
Prospective sale of the YMCA building is more evidence that Astoria's rebirth is gaining new energy
Column: Voodoo, Jeb! Style
Paul Krugman column.
Column: Hearts broken open
David Brooks column.
Editor’s Notebook: The Daily Astorian recycles more than newsprint
Editor’s Notebook: The Daily Astorian recycles more than newsprint
The Daily Astorian supports our regional economy
Impressions: Summer tourism begins, but who plans the events?
Impressions: Summer tourism begins, but who plans the events?
Columnist Nancy McCarthy asks how much is too much when it comes to tourism on the North Coast.
Editorial: Pope’s climate anxiety is valid
The Catholic Church has a history of caring for the environment.
Editorial: European traditions on the North Coast
The Scandinavian Midsummer Festival has deep roots
Column: How to grade a teacher
In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo earlier this year pushed through legislation that calls for student test scores to count for as much as 50 percent of a teacher’s evaluation, up from the current 20 percent.
Column: The GOP’s blinkered contenders
Column: The GOP’s blinkered contenders
For all the party’s self-congratulation about a field of official and unofficial presidential candidates who depart from the fusty norm, the truth is that they don’t depart nearly enough.

Editorials

Editorial: She made the pageant
Dana Phillips is the kind of citizen a town desperately needs.
Editorial: Guestworker plight shows need for fix
Visa snafu demonstrates need for immigration reform.
Editorial: Not that long ago ...
Trade Bill divides Democratic party
Bach’s vision was realized perfectly

Columns

Column: Gay conservatism, straight liberation
The gay rights movement has won twice over.
Column: ‘He’s Jesus Christ,’ healing the sick
Dr. Tom Catena, 51, a Catholic missionary from Amsterdam, New York, is the only doctor at the 435-bed Mother of Mercy Hospital nestled in the Nuba...
Column: On lowering the Confederate flag
Column: Cold War without the fun
Column: It’s time to apologize for slavery

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Girl Scout helps animals
Nevaeh Miehe re Girl Scout project
Letter: Goondoggles
Teresa Barnes re Bridge Vista Plan
Letter: Build sea lions a floating dock
Letter: A concrete contradiction
Letter: Women composers deserve festival spotlight