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Editor’s Notebook: Meet strong pioneer women of the West
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Editor’s Notebook: Meet strong pioneer women of the West
Strong women of the west

Featured Stories

Column: The lost language of privacy
as the debate over cop-cams has unfolded, I’ve been surprised by how many people don’t see the downside to this policy.
Column: My father’s secret for life
It’s funny how modest my father's desires can be, given what a grand life he’s lived. He’s the American dream incarnate, all pluck and luck and ferociously hard work and sweetly savored payoff.
Of Cabbages and Kings: The Mouth of the Columbia is back
Of Cabbages and Kings: The Mouth of the Columbia is back
The Maddox sisters – honored at the Liberty Theater – have enriched Astoria.
Water Under the Bridge: April 15, 2015
News from The Daily Astorian's archives
Column: The Iran deal: What we’ve given up
It was but a year and a half ago that Barack Obama endorsed the objective of abolition when he said that Iran’s heavily fortified Fordow nuclear facility, its plutonium-producing heavy-water reactor and its advanced centrifuges were all...
Editorial: The season of the fundraiser
Our region lives on volunteerism and philanthropy
Editorial: Give rural people greater say in resource decisions
That regional divide can be at least partially redressed, if we choose.
Guest Column: Put the pride back in the Port
Guest Column: Put the pride back in the Port
David Densmore on the Port's boatyard
Column: A new phase in anti-Obama attacks
Column: A new phase in anti-Obama attacks
Republican lawmakers in Washington and around the country have been focused on blocking Obama’s agenda and denigrating him personally since the day he took office in 2009.
Editorial: Better for residents, attractive to visitors
Astoria has made itself more hospitable, and it's paying off.
Editorial: Healthier airport makes for a stronger local society
Airport is a good deal for all
Guest column: A tribute to dispatchers
Jeff Rusiecki re Public Safety Dispatcher Appreciation Week
Column: Remains from Lincoln’s last day
Column: Remains from Lincoln’s last day
How Republicans have changed Lincoln's party
Editor’s Notebook: Marquis says Russia looks different this time around
Editor’s Notebook: Marquis says Russia looks different this time around
Russia beckons American visitors – this time Josh Marquis and Cindy Price.
Editorial: Investigation finds quagmire of mobile-home abuses
Warren Buffet companies take a shockingly aggressive approach to mobile home sales, financing and repossession
Editorial: It’s not too late
Port of Astoria has assembled a good group to plan the boatyard
Editorial: Doing the job well
City deserves credit for execution of a huge public works project.
Column: McDonald’s turns ‘progressive’
Column: McDonald’s turns ‘progressive’
You could almost feel sorry for McDonald’s.
Column: Reopening the U.S. Embassy in Tehran
The nuclear deal with Iran is still only preliminary, but if concluded it will represent the most important U.S. diplomatic achievement since the Dayton Accords ended the Bosnian war two decades ago.
Water Under the Bridge: April 8, 2015
News stories from our archives
Column: What we need in candidates
I begin covering each campaign by reading a book about Abraham Lincoln, and I end each election night, usually after midnight, at the statue of the Lincoln Memorial.
Column: Injuring the quest for justice?
This week the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism issued its damning report about the journalistic lapses by Rolling Stone magazine when it published a salacious, and now-discredited, story about a supposed gang rape at a University of...
Editorial: Sen. Merkley offers six more rules changes
It's hard to change the U.S. Senate's ways but Jeff Merkley's is trying
Editorial: Study finds good payoff for habitat restoration
Habitat restoration can produce smolts at about the same cost as rearing them in a hatchery
Column: Conscience of a corporation
Column: Conscience of a corporation
Corporations and a conscience

Editorials

Editorial: Purchased politicians still betraying American principles
Tuesday by the Seattle Times, the U.S. House voted this week to gut a law that tries to protect mobile-home buyers from predatory sales tactics and...
Editorial: CEDR should explore child care initiatives
Child care is a make or break need for working couples
Editorial: We invented our own event, and it lasted
Of Cabbages and Kings: The Mouth of the Columbia is back
Editorial: The season of the fundraiser

Columns

Editor’s Notebook: Meet strong pioneer women of the West
Strong women of the west
Column: My father’s secret for life
It’s funny how modest my father's desires can be, given what a grand life he’s lived. He’s the American dream incarnate, all...
Column: The lost language of privacy
Water Under the Bridge: April 15, 2015
Column: The Iran deal: What we’ve given up

Letters to the Editor

Letter: A valuable part
Josie Peper re Port of Astoria boatyard
Letter: Who are tese people?
George McCartin re Budget Committee
Letter: Sea lions take over docks
Letter: Two too many
A healthy change