Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents pepper-spraying people in a Clatsop County Courthouse corridor while sheriff’s deputies look on? Is this really a situation anyone should find acceptable?
If we can go back where we came from, guess what? So can you.
Outdoor clothing and gear manufacturer Patagonia recently released “Artifishal,” a misguided documentary full of misinformation about the role hatcheries play in salmon recovery.
- ICE detains man at Astoria courthouse
- Business leaders respond to safety concerns in downtown Astoria
- Warrenton subdivision project stalls
- #TimberUnity finds a voice after cap and trade
- Water under the bridge: Clatsop County woman named Miss Oregon
- Writer believes his Astoria tale inspired 'Goonies'
- Everyday People: Astoria man reflects on lessons from loss
- Astoria approves bid for Ocean View Cemetery master plan
- Apartment complex near Astoria Riverwalk moves forward
- Cannon Beach distiller sees no future in Oregon
Donna Lee Rollins re 2020 election
Jakob Hollenbeck re plastics and styrofoam
Jean Hooge re nurses' pay
Carl Dominey re Iran
Erika Paleck re West Oregon Electric Cooperative election
I was 11 when Apollo 11 landed on the moon. We all figured by now plenty of people would be living there in pressurized trailer parks, taking giant leaps for mankind.
John Ginder re homestay permits
Darrell Clukey and Susan Glarum re Norriston Heights clearcut
Dawn White re Warrenton
Scott McMullen re HB 2020
Seeking some positives, I found them on Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula, where I have lived 21 years.
Gov. Kate Brown announced last week that she would issue executive decrees, if necessary, to curb greenhouse gas emissions in Oregon.
Patrick Duhachek re surreys in Seaside
Mary Tanguay Webb re global warming
Marcia Fenske re Mill Pond lots
Tim Williams re Astoria Parks and Recreation
In the final day of the session, the Oregon Senate passed House Bill 2015, a measure that will allow illegal immigrants and other Oregonians who can’t prove their legal residence status to get…
We have a dangerous new problem raging in our school buildings and campuses in Clatsop County.
The partisan excesses and political turmoil of the 2019 Oregon Legislature have been well-documented. But the now-finished legislative session also should be remembered for some good work on b…
Debra Ferency thank you letter
Stacey McKenney re Ship Inn
Patrick Corcoran re HB 3309
Tom Castro re Fourth of July fireworks
David Muschamp re surrey rentals
Gustafson Logging Co. recently celebrated 45 years of being in business. Over that time, we’ve seen a lot of things in the logging industry change and evolve. Not the least of these is Oregon’…
The 4th of July is one of the best holidays in America. Picnics, barbecues, patriotic music; family and friends getting together to celebrate. Children, and many adults, impatiently wait all d…
Pamela Mattson McDonald re clean water
Ted Thomas re Sen. Betsy Johnson
Carolyn Eady re HB 2020
Charles Bergerson re thank you
You remember the day when you learn a certain lesson.
Bob Goldberg re HB 2020
Jim Hallaux re golf
Barry Plotkin re Columbia Memorial Hospital
LaRee Johnson re short-term rentals
Ask our brave friends in the U.S. Coast Guard and they will tell you with cool assurance that the people who survive a rescue at sea are wearing lifejackets. Those who fish or sail without wea…
Robert Brake re Fourth of July
Lynn Goldfarb re Green New Deal
Larry Penner re Oregon Republicans
Jim Bernard re the last move
When it comes to unfolding train wrecks, the best advice is to watch it happen from a safe distance.
Bill Graffius re HB 2020
Jean Hooge re climate change