Clatsop Community Action has an outsized role in the social services safety net on the North Coast.
- Astoria reopens hearing on waterfront hotel
- Astoria will consider older name for historic cemetery
- Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare, sheriff address limits on crisis services
- County tackles vacation rental rules
- Obituary: Todd Arlen Chase
- Deaths: March 4, 2021
- Land Use Board of Appeals sides with Cannon Beach on dune grading
- Two dead after crash on Highway 101
- Deaths: Feb. 27, 2021
- Port signs fishmeal processor to long-term lease
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Robert Liddycoat re the pandemic
Ned and Lulu Heavenrich re Mick Alderman
Barry Plotkin re online commenting
Already robust levels of hiking, camping, boating and every other kind of outdoor recreation in our region has exploded during the COVID-19 pandemic as many try to cure the effects of cabin fever.
If this were a normal year, Room 50 in the basement of the Oregon Capitol would have been packed for last week’s gun-control hearing. The overflow crowd also would have filled additional rooms…
David Reid re Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival
Dolores Sharp re COVID-19 vaccination
Tom Spaan re Pledge of Allegiance
When Gretchen Bakke was growing up, Bumble Bee Seafoods’ cannery was closing, the spotted owl was delivering a possible death knell to the timber industry and Astoria was gritty. The lights al…
Roger Dorband re severance tax
Michael Kalkofen re COVID-19 relief bill
Don Haskell re Donald Trump
When fishermen encounter bad weather they wait out the blow, anchored in the cove or tied up at the harbor. They are survivors — they don’t take chances when Mother Nature becomes rough.
Robert Brake re Astoria
Karen Vinson re Teresa Olson
Matt Janes re poor energy policy
With the Oregon Legislature running at half-speed last week due to the ice storm, we’ll start by talking a bit about what is, or isn’t, happening at the Capitol. Then we’ll catch up on other t…
Nelson Taylor re vaccine shots
Mitch and Debbie Gramson re Jan. 6 riot
LaRee Johnson re insurrection
Julia Snyder re homeless shelter
Donna Lee Rollins re hypocrisy
Timothy J. Bish re Jan. 6 riot
Clatsop County’s elected leaders have an unprecedented opportunity to model responsibility and civic sacrifice with the vaccine rollout.
As the school superintendents in Clatsop County, who collectively serve approximately 5,000 students, we want to commend the Clatsop County Public Health Department for their partnership with …
Regan Fisher re logging severance tax
Chris Hager re salmon recovery
Deborah Albrecht re vaccination site
Erhard Gross re Donald Trump
Like a gale that rips off the roofs in a small town, the lingering trauma of Jan. 6 has exposed basic truths about American life. Some of these are intellectual, as they pertain to the U.S. Co…
Ed Joyce re climate change
Troy J. Haskell re the Pledge of Allegiance
Scott Widdicombe re recycling refunds
Martin Letourneau re CAHOOTS
Lillian Jamison re free speech
There’s a long-standing joke among Salem residents that state offices shut down the moment a snowflake is spotted.
Gary Durheim re logging
Rick Bowers re homelessness
John Bageant re big-box store crime
Ricky Bennett re Medicare for All
Robert Liddycoat re U.S. Congress
The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners has adopted a strategic plan to guide policy priorities.