The Port of Astoria celebrated 100 years Friday by burying a time capsule set to be unearthed after 100 years. Port Commissioner Bill Hunsinger talked to a crowd that included port commissioners and staff, seafood processors and fishers, and other members of the community. The capsule contained more than anyone could keep track of, highlighting moments from the Port's history. It included the recent sister port agreement with South Korea's Busan Port Authority and videos of current Port activity and people.
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