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Obituary: Frank Furnish
Obituary: Frank Furnish

Hillsboro

June 28, 1938 — June 10, 2018

On June 10, 2018, Frank Furnish Jr. passed away suddenly. Frank was born June 28, 1938, to Frank and Stella Furnish, in the town of Auburn, Washington. He grew up in Buckley, Washington, on a...

Keeping books from walking away
Keeping books from walking away
New system tracks Seaside library items
Water under the bridge: 1943 — footwear emporiums still swamped with customers
Water under the bridge: 1943 — footwear emporiums still swamped with customers
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Editorial cartoon: Child separation
Editorial cartoon: Child separation

Letter: Our president is proving himself untrustworthy
Darrell Clukey re President Trump
Letter: We are not those kind of people
Mary Tanguay Webb re immigration
Letter: An invitation to earthly heaven
Jim Bernard re Warrenton Waterfront Trail
Letter: This is America?
Carl Dominey re immigrant children
Letter: Confession of a sea lover
Norm Hooge re the Pacific Ocean
Cannon Beach considers lodging tax hike
Cannon Beach considers lodging tax hike
Lodging community raises concerns
Deaths: June 20, 2018
Death notices
Port director hopes for citywide enterprise zone
Port director hopes for citywide enterprise zone
Designation on the waterfront
Scoreboard: June 20, 2018
Local sports schedule
Tillamook, Warrenton postponed
Warriors host Kennedy Friday
Coast Guard cutter Fir leaves Astoria for final time
Coast Guard cutter Fir leaves Astoria for final time
Ship scheduled to be replaced in February
Point of View: Summer
Point of View: Summer
What’s your favorite thing to do in the summer?
Public meetings: June 20, 2018
Public meetings
AP Sources: Michigan State counsel gets $1.2M, even if fired
Two people familiar with the situation say Michigan State's appointed general counsel Robert Young would make $1.275 million under his proposed contract, even if he is fired for cause
AP Sources: Michigan State counsel gets $1.2M, even if fired
Two people familiar with the situation say Michigan State's appointed general counsel Robert Young would make $1.275 million under his proposed contract, even if he is fired for cause
Wake adds Villanova to 2020 schedule in series of changes
Wake Forest has added Villanova to its 2020 schedule while its game with Tulane that season has been pushed back to 2027
West Virginia Supreme Court justice indicted
West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry has been indicted on 22 federal counts
Puerto Rico gov signs bill to privatize power company assets
Puerto Rico gov signs bill to privatize power company assets
Puerto Rico's governor has signed a historic bill to privatize the U.S. territory's troubled power company in a move many hope will help minimize power outages that have followed Hurricane Maria and stabilize the system amid an 11-year recession
Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 3 Day' game
Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 3 Day' game
ID Lottery
ID Lottery
Neymar returns to training, Brazil guarantees he's ready
Neymar returns to training, Brazil guarantees he's ready
Neymar has returned to practice two days before Brazil's next World Cup game against Costa Rica

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News

Astoria will vet new hotel
Four-story project on the river
Cannon Beach considers lodging tax hike
Lodging community raises concerns
Port director hopes for citywide enterprise zone
Coast Guard cutter Fir leaves Astoria for final time
Clatsop County unemployment falls below 4 percent

Obituaries

Obituary: Frank Furnish

Hillsboro

June 28, 1938 — June 10, 2018

On June 10, 2018, Frank Furnish Jr. passed away suddenly. Frank was born June 28, 1938,...

Deaths: June 20, 2018
Death notices
Deaths: June 19, 2018
Death: June 18, 2018
Obituary: John Parkin Meece

Sports

New athletic director, volleyball coach for Seaside
Gulls still looking for baseball coach
Scoreboard: June 20, 2018
Local sports schedule
Tillamook, Warrenton postponed
Scoreboard: June 19, 2018
Locals take part in all-star weekend

Opinion

Water under the bridge: 1943 — footwear emporiums still swamped with customers
From the pages of Astoria’s daily newspapers
Editorial cartoon: Child separation

Guest column: Punishing children is one step too far
Editorial cartoon: Family breakup
Our View: Time to celebrate Knappa, Astoria dynasties

Life

Birth: June 19, 2018
Birth notice
Weekend Break: Ilwaco High School bands end year on high note
Final concert full of music, tears, memories
In One Ear: Saving Fred
In One Ear: Please fence me in
In One Ear: Free the whales

Business

J.C. Penney space in Astoria to become a market
Tap house, restaurants planned
Walmart era begins on the North Coast
National retailer opens on Wednesday
Local family takes over Custard King in Astoria
Local apartment owner buys former J.C. Penney location
Couple plans farm-feel bed-and-breakfast in Miles Crossing

Capital Bureau

Hackers attack state email system
A phisher sent out 8 million spam emails from Oregon.gov and paralyzed state employees’ ability to reply to emails from the public.
Boquist asks tax court to strike down SB 1528
A state senator from Dallas says the passage of a measure denying certain business owners the ability to take a federal deduction on their state...
State lands considers forest management options
IPO threatens legal action if nominee not in debates
Legal challenges filed to gun storage ballot title

Signal

New athletic director, volleyball coach for Seaside
Gulls still looking for baseball coach
Keeping books from walking away
New system tracks Seaside library items
What’s next for Breakaway Lodge?
Seaside farmers market returns
Providence Seaside, Rinehart Clinic expand program

Gazette

New athletic director, volleyball coach for Seaside
Gulls still looking for baseball coach
Amanda Laird’s eye for design
Kid-friendly, kitsch-free zone
Cannon Beach considers lodging tax hike
After months in limbo, Cannon Beach to name red-winged blackbird official city bird
State lands considers forest management options