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Cross country: Nearly 2,000 runners run the 3-Course Challenge
Cross country: Nearly 2,000 runners run the 3-Course Challenge
Annual meet brings in thousands

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Football: Knappa tops rival Warrenton, 70-21
Football: Knappa tops rival Warrenton, 70-21
Loggers chop down Warriors
With 1 million visitors, Seaside Library looks to the future
With 1 million visitors, Seaside Library looks to the future
Ten-year anniversary, with a little help from their friends
Gulls on top against Fishermen
Gulls on top against Fishermen
Seaside beats Astoria, 55-7
Oregon public unions sued for past dues
A dozen public employees have sued their respective local labor unions for a refund of dues paid prior to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Janus v. AFSCME.
Body found in water near Astoria Bridge
Body found in water near Astoria Bridge
Body found in water near Astoria Bridge
In One Ear: Early arrival
In One Ear: Early arrival
Astoria couple gets a surprise
In One Ear: Bread bandits
In One Ear: Bread bandits
Toronto woman confronts masked miscreants
Wedding: Schacher — Agalzoff
Wedding: Schacher — Agalzoff
Schacher — Agalzoff wedding announcement
Weekend Break: Learn your birds with Peninsula residents’ birdwatching guide
Weekend Break: Learn your birds with Peninsula residents’ birdwatching guide
Friends of Willapa National Wildlife Refuge directors partner to share passion with community
Cannon Beach fire levy fails due to low voter turnout
Cannon Beach fire levy fails due to low voter turnout
District plans to put levy on November ballot
Salt Makers return
Salt Makers return
Event takes place Oct. 6
Upcoming meetings in Cannon Beach
Upcoming meetings in Cannon Beach
Running log of Cannon Beach meetings
Funding available for cultural programs
Funding available for cultural programs
Seaside Library hosts grant application workshop
Cannon Beach police log
Cannon Beach police log
Incidents as reported by Cannon Beach police
Astoria Coffee Co. to close storefront, sell from home
Astoria Coffee Co. to close storefront, sell from home

In 1991, Rick Murray and Peg Davis fled Seattle to reestablish their small-town roots in Astoria. The couple founded an espresso bar, Astoria Coffee Co., at the time one of the only purveyors of gourmet coffee in town.

Two years later, they...

Astoria Coast Guard crew responds to Hurricane Florence
Astoria Coast Guard crew responds to Hurricane Florence
Four-person helicopter crew rescued 19 people in first flight
Piano concert benefits South County Food Bank
Piano concert benefits South County Food Bank
Carey Buerk performs at Seaside United Methodist Church
Art show, reception at Trail’s End
Art show, reception at Trail’s End
Syrena Glade presents ‘Travels, Real and Imagined’
Pro-Con: Will ban on fossil fuel energy by 2045 devastate California’s economy?
Pro-Con: Will ban on fossil fuel energy by 2045 devastate California’s economy?
Alternative energy is by far the fastest-growing segment of the energy industry
The curmudgeon in the woods: Ailing sailor readies for his final voyage
The curmudgeon in the woods: Ailing sailor readies for his final voyage
Ailing sailor readies for his final voyage
Letter: Don’t forget Gearhart’s women
Bill Berg writes about Gearhart’s centennial Signal column
Support SEPRD expansion
Archibald is community advocate
Letter: Archibald leads improvement
Rec District quality on the rise
Letter: Support for Skyler Archibald
Archibald is listener, leader
Miss Clatsop County program seeks contestants
Miss Clatsop County program seeks contestants
Join the county scholarship program

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News

Body found in water near Astoria Bridge
Body found in water near Astoria Bridge
Astoria Coffee Co. to close storefront, sell from home

In 1991, Rick Murray and Peg Davis fled Seattle to reestablish their small-town roots in Astoria. The couple founded an espresso bar, Astoria...

Astoria Coast Guard crew responds to Hurricane Florence
The curmudgeon in the woods: Ailing sailor readies for his final voyage
Seaside, Gearhart and House District 32 candidates debate the issues

Obituaries

Obituary: Crystal Stephens

Astoria

Dec. 17, 1919 — July 6, 2018

Crystal Virginia Stephens, a daughter of two pioneer Oregon families, died in Astoria on...

Obituary: Alan Jay Shepard

Hammond

Dec. 17, 1978 — Sept. 17, 2018

AJ Shepard was born on Dec. 17, 1978, in Astoria. He passed away on Sept. 17, 2018, in...

Deaths: Sept. 20, 2018
Obituary: Kimberly Ann Jones-Langdon
Deaths: Sept. 19, 2018

Sports

Cross country: Nearly 2,000 runners run the 3-Course Challenge
Annual meet brings in thousands
Football: Naselle wins another blowout, 68-8
Comets victorious again
Football: Ilwaco scores easy win at South Bend
Football: No. 1 Seaside wins a Clatsop Smash, 55-7
Football: Knappa tops rival Warrenton, 70-21

Opinion

Pro-Con: Will ban on fossil fuel energy by 2045 devastate California’s economy?
Alternative energy is by far the fastest-growing segment of the energy industry
Guest column: We need a new jail — and better mental health services
Treatment of mentally ill is a tragedy
Editorial cartoon: Hurricane response
Our View: Newenhofs deserve our thanks for preserving history
Water under the bridge: 2008 — Native American mural dedicated in Seaside

Life

In One Ear: Early arrival
Astoria couple gets a surprise
In One Ear: Bread bandits
Toronto woman confronts masked miscreants
Wedding: Schacher — Agalzoff
Weekend Break: Learn your birds with Peninsula residents’ birdwatching guide
Best Bets: Sept. 20, 2018

Business

Astoria Coffee Co. to close storefront, sell from home

In 1991, Rick Murray and Peg Davis fled Seattle to reestablish their small-town roots in Astoria. The couple founded an espresso bar, Astoria...

Filmmaker plans new winery on North Coast
Tasting room in Astoria
Candy Skein finds sweet craft spot in Astoria
Kidney center construction planned for Astoria
Bucket Bites brings pasties to Astoria

Capital Bureau

Oregon public unions sued for past dues
A dozen public employees have sued their respective local labor unions for a refund of dues paid prior to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Janus v.
Voter approval for tolls moves closer to the ballot
Sponsors of the “Tolls Need Voter Approval” initiative may soon be able to gather signatures to land the proposal on the 2020 ballot.
Secretary of State requesting money for Medicaid audit team
Hundreds of chronic pain patients oppose opioid policy change
Public safety training agency needs more space

Signal

Football: No. 1 Seaside wins a Clatsop Smash, 55-7
Gulls soar over Fishermen
With 1 million visitors, Seaside Library looks to the future
Ten-year anniversary, with a little help from their friends
Gulls on top against Fishermen
Salt Makers return
Funding available for cultural programs

Gazette

Football: No. 1 Seaside wins a Clatsop Smash, 55-7
Gulls soar over Fishermen
Cannon Beach fire levy fails due to low voter turnout
District plans to put levy on November ballot
Upcoming meetings in Cannon Beach
Cannon Beach police log
Piano concert benefits South County Food Bank