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Editor’s Notebook: Celebrate peasant life: Sweep trouble from your threshold
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Editor’s Notebook: Celebrate peasant life: Sweep trouble from your threshold
We can make Christmas richer by honoring the traditions of our impoverished ancestors

Featured Stories

Editorial: Battle over labeling moves to Washington, D.C.
As supporters of an Oregon ballot measure that would have required foods containing GMOs be labeled concede defeat, Congress advances legislation that would pre-empt state regulation.
Impressions: This building is an opportunity waiting to happen
Who knows what magic will happen in Seaside's newly acquired building?
Column: Confronting an ugly killer
Column: Confronting an ugly killer
Much of the unwarranted shame surrounding Alzheimer’s has lifted. People are examining it with a new candor and empathy.
Cabbages and Kings: City council meetings are like one-act plays
Cabbages and Kings: City council meetings are like one-act plays
An overly long, but important movie could be cut; a classic opera, not so much.
Water Under the Bridge: Dec. 17, 2014
From The Daily Astorian archives
Column: When football gets the ax
In pulling together a five-year strategic plan for the school, Dr. Ray Watts, the president of the University of Alabama-Birmingham, came to the obvious conclusion that it simply made no sense to continue fielding a football team.
EDITORIAL: Van Dusen takes a curtain call
EDITORIAL: Van Dusen takes a curtain call
Mayor Van Dusen was at the center of Astoria's progress over 24 years.
Editorial: B Reactor evokes nuclear age’s dawn
National park designation will help preserve one of the Pacific Northwest's most important and least recognized historical sites
Column: America, who are we?
The value of voting
Wall Street’s revenge: Crony capitalism
Crony capitalism

Editorials

Editorial: Fish scientists correct a mistake
Helping chum will better chances for all salmon
Editorial: Battle over labeling moves to Washington, D.C.
As supporters of an Oregon ballot measure that would have required foods containing GMOs be labeled concede defeat, Congress advances legislation...
EDITORIAL: Van Dusen takes a curtain call
Editorial: B Reactor evokes nuclear age’s dawn
Editorial: War on the IRS is a dangerous path

Columns

Editor’s Notebook: Celebrate peasant life: Sweep trouble from your threshold
We can make Christmas richer by honoring the traditions of our impoverished ancestors
Column: How to fight the lone wolf
The lone wolf
Guest Column: Biased statements stir up response
Impressions: This building is an opportunity waiting to happen
Column: Confronting an ugly killer

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Funds for students
Kelly Ayres re Seaside Scholarships
Letter: Get moving
Bill Grimberg re water aerobics
Cockamamie ideas
(No heading)
Letter: Supporting Widdop