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Editor’s Notebook: Inca successes and mistakes can still light our way today
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Editor’s Notebook: Inca successes and mistakes can still light our way today
Condors, string books and playful water management: Lessons from Peru

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Of Cabbages and Kings: It’s rare for a judge to lose his job
Of Cabbages and Kings: It’s rare for a judge to lose his job
It takes a lot for a judge to put his job in jeopardy
Column: Hillary has ‘half a dream’
Charles Blow column
Water Under the Bridge: Feb. 10, 2016
Water Under the Bridge: Feb. 10, 2016
From the pages of Astoria's daily newspapers
Editorial: Bloodshed visits Seaside
Editorial: Bloodshed visits Seaside
Habitual felon with a gun begs questions
False charms of Bernie Sanders’ single-payer plan
Sanders' single-payer plan is unlikely to happen
For many poor Americans, evictions are a way of life
Evicitions have become commonplace
Southern Exposure: How clam-diggers saved an estuary
Southern Exposure: How clam-diggers saved an estuary
How decisions almost a half-century ago continue to impact our natural resources.
Editorial: Sea lions do their worst
No free rein to marine mammals while fish populations struggle
Editorial: Klamath deal lives in spite of Walden
Moving the Klamath River deal forward is essential.
Column: The ‘establishment’ nonsense
Column: The ‘establishment’ nonsense
The threat to the GOP posed by the Trump insurgency is not that he's anti-establishment.
Column: Who hates Obamacare?
The Affordable Care Act is already doing enormous good.
Writer’s Notebook: A tale of two sheriffs
Writer’s Notebook: A tale of two sheriffs
When a sheriff encourages lawbreakers, we're in trouble.
Column: Two questions for Bernie Sanders
Column: Two questions for Bernie Sanders
Sanders’ lack of political airs has helped catapult him forward in the presidential race, overcoming a 50-point deficit to just about tie Hillary Clinton in Iowa.
Editorial: Management by lawsuit is a blunt instrument
The federal hatcheries, along with others operated by the states, are mainly responsible for maintaining salmon runs now that the river system is dammed.
Editorial: Wal-Mart is fickle
Beware the hazards of Wa-Mart
Column: Social Media: Destroyer or creator?
Column: Social Media: Destroyer or creator?
First, we don’t know how to deal with rumors."
Column: Hillary Clinton’s dutiful slog
Iowa demonstrated, yet again, what a flawed and tarnished candidate Clinton is.
Southern Exposure: Longtime Cannon Beacher recalls ‘the place where the artsy liberals came
Southern Exposure: Longtime Cannon Beacher recalls ‘the place where the artsy liberals came
With a new city survey underway, we surveyed one of Cannon Beach's most distinguished residents.
Water Under the Bridge: Feb. 3, 2016
Water Under the Bridge: Feb. 3, 2016
From the pages of Astoria's daily newspapers
Column: Trump, Sanders and the revolt against decadence
what are Trumpistas and Bern-feelers rebelling against?
Editorial: Time to speak up for commercial fishing
The forecast for the important spring Chinook run is about 300,000 to the river’s mouth
Editorial: This would remove tools for suicide
Removing firearms from suicidal people would be a step forward
Column: Wind and sun instead of fire
The truth is that climate change just keeps getting scarier; it is, by far, the most important policy issue facing America and the world.
Column: The cultural manners war
Column: The cultural manners war
The nation’s crisis of political authority has produced a hunger for masculine spectacle.
Editorial: Raise trial court judges’ salaries
Oregon's compensation of its judges is shameful

Editorials

Editorial: Fulton mortgages Port’s credibility
Fulton carries water for his employer while sitting as a Port of Astoria commissioner
Editorial: Bloodshed visits Seaside
Habitual felon with a gun begs questions
False charms of Bernie Sanders’ single-payer plan
For many poor Americans, evictions are a way of life
Editorial: Sea lions do their worst

Columns

Editor’s Notebook: Inca successes and mistakes can still light our way today
Condors, string books and playful water management: Lessons from Peru
Column: Feminism, hell and Hillary Clinton
Frank Bruni column
Column: The many Mideast solutions
Of Cabbages and Kings: It’s rare for a judge to lose his job
Column: Hillary has ‘half a dream’

Letters to the Editor

TV Guide
Keith Neal re TV guide
Outrageous bill
Bernadine Thomas re utility bills
Letter: School changes
Letter: A necessity
Letter: Beware ‘easy money’