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Editorial: Brown’s budget cuts fail state’s struggling youth
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Editorial: Brown’s budget cuts fail state’s struggling youth

Closing the North Coast Youth Correctional Facility is a bad idea in every way, but one that may prove hard to avoid in light of a coming $1.7 billion state budget shortfall for the next two-year funding cycle.

Although its residents...

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Editorial: Myers leaves a legacy of statesmanship
Former attorney general was a gentleman
Southern Exposure: A win for E-prep in Seaside
Southern Exposure: A win for E-prep in Seaside
Tireless campaigning by two men makes a difference for all of us
Editorial cartoon: Taking hostages
Editorial cartoon: Taking hostages
Taking hostages
Editorial: Shoutouts and Callouts for the week of Nov. 28-Dec. 2
Praise for those who deserve it.
Editorial cartoon: Conflicts of interest
Editorial cartoon: Conflicts of interest
Conflicts of interest
A pivotal time to serve on parks commission
A pivotal time to serve on parks commission
Parks and beaches belong to us — it’s up to us to pass them on to the future.
Column: A case for Mitt Romney
If Trump taps Romney, he’ll be sending a powerful message to an anxious world that he’s not hostage to the darkest parts of his character.
Column: Can the Democrats move right?
That kind of movement is often part of how political parties recover from debilitation and defeat
Editorial cartoon: Fake news
Editorial cartoon: Fake news
Fake news
Editorial cartoon: Ashes to Ashes
Editorial cartoon: Ashes to Ashes

Water Under the Bridge: Nov. 30, 2016
Water Under the Bridge: Nov. 30, 2016
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Southern Exposure: Seaside’s holiday spirit benefits the community
Southern Exposure: Seaside’s holiday spirit benefits the community
Holiday charity events herald the season
Editorial: Budget will show need to end shortsightedness
Legislators need to look at both sides of the ledger.
Column: Why corruption matters
The question you need to ask is why this matters. Hint: It’s not the money, it’s the incentives.
Editorial cartoon: Wishbone
Editorial cartoon: Wishbone

Editorial: Fake news fixation has the power to reshape our world
Slippery do-it-yourself news of the kind so commonly found on Facebook isn’t so easily policed or punished by the marketplace.
Column: Farewell to the comic in chief
Thankfully, jokes at the expense of the highest office in the land are fully protected by the Constitution.
Editorial cartoon: Shopping
Editorial cartoon: Shopping

Editorial: Shoutouts and Callouts for Nov. 21-25
Editorial: Shoutouts and Callouts for Nov. 21-25
Praise for those who deserve it.
Column: Trump: Making America white again
Hard-line Trumpism isn’t softening; it’s being cemented.
Column: Trump’s demand for love
Column: Trump’s demand for love
The incredibleness of his win two weeks ago.
Column: Trump reassures the media (for now)
The real issue, of course, is not whether journalists are happy.
Writer’s Notebook: The Performing Arts Center as ‘Holy Ground’
Writer’s Notebook: The Performing Arts Center as ‘Holy Ground’

When Moses encountered the burning bush, in the ancient Hebrew story, and heard the words “take off your sandals for you are standing on Holy Ground,” the idea of “holy ground” became enshrined in human consciousness and...

Editorial cartoon: Divided
Editorial cartoon: Divided

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Editorials

Editorial: Brown’s budget cuts fail state’s struggling youth

Closing the North Coast Youth Correctional Facility is a bad idea in every way, but one that may prove hard to avoid in light of a coming $1.7...

Editorial: Columbia Senior Diners needs community’s help
Nonprofit serves meals to the needy
Editorial: Myers leaves a legacy of statesmanship
Editorial: Shoutouts and Callouts for the week of Nov. 28-Dec. 2
A pivotal time to serve on parks commission

Columns

Guest Column: An opportunity to push for salmon recovery
Wild salmon runs from the Columbia Basin, once 10 to 16 million strong, now stand at less than 3 percent of those numbers
Column: The art of the scam

Remember Donald Trump’s tax returns? It was unheard-of for a presidential candidate to refuse to release returns, since doing so strongly...

Editorial cartoon: Wisconsin recount
Southern Exposure: A win for E-prep in Seaside
Column: A case for Mitt Romney

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Time for decision
Carolyn Eady re timber lawsuit
Letter: The gift of music
David Robinson re Cannon Beach Community Church
Letter: Deep division
Letter: Vets say thanks
Letter: Bad forestry plan