As the Oregon Legislature prepared to start work this week, its leaders were saying all the right things about working together, respecting rural Oregon and doing what was best for the state as a whole.
Jim Stoffer re two new faces
Pat Wilson re Coast Guard
Bill Graffius re Coast Guard
- KKK flyers pop up in downtown Astoria
- Local manufacturer Lektro sold to Chicago company
- Obituary: Blair Dylana Hernandez
- Jellyfish show up by the hundreds on the North Coast
- Astoria Co-op breaks ground in Mill Pond
- Food pantry for government workers serves more than 1,300
- Obituary: John Pierce Christie
- Seaside will pursue annexation
- Port of Astoria sees big economic impact at airport
- Death: Jan. 17, 2019
Robin Rodgers re sea lions
Teresa DeLorenzo re Karen Pence
James Whitney Young was born in Portland 1941. He is an American astronomer who worked in the field of asteroid research. After nearly 47 years with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at their Tabl…
PRO: America’s nuclear force must match Russia’s and then some
When I finished reading the Property Watch story last week in The Daily Astorian (“Business leaders say Property Watch has worked well, but issues persist,” Jan. 11), I thought that the concep…
Plastic bags are lightweight, handy and easily thrown away after use.
America is sick.
Gary Williams re Weyant cartoon
Mike Becker re Coast Guard pay
Barb Miller thank you letter
Christopher Paddon re smart meters
Carl Yates re new mores
Seaside’s Neal Maine stopped in the Signal office with some words of warning. The naturalist, wildlife photographer and former science teacher at Seaside High School slipped an 8X10 photo from…
PRO: Warren definitely viable, but many other Democrats are hankering to take on Trump
Oregon state government has been stunningly inefficient when buying computers and other technology.
Jean Hooge re newspapers
John Rider re Astoria mayor
Andrew Fuhrmann re Mayor Bruce Jones
Liz Bartell and Sara Meyer re Title IX
Bernadine Thomas re senior affordable housing
Questioning the fundamental usefulness of government is the backbone of some American political factions, notably including the now seldom-mentioned Tea Party. Most of these righteous skeptics…
A scathing report about sexual harassment in the Oregon Capitol is both deeply disturbing and deeply flawed.
Delores Sullivan re Gearhart Crossing Pub and Deli
David Delk re PERS reform
George (Mick) Hague re Astoria Planning Commission
Aldous Huxley’s 1932 novel “Brave New World” is back and more relevant than ever. The title alone is a meme for our genetically engineered, social media besotted society, where individuals spe…
PRO: We need to beef up our military — and then some
Anew legislative report underscores that PERS could be headed for more trouble.
Good news arrives in many packages. The most startling and heartening moment I’ve seen lately arrived during the Liberty Theatre gala in November.
James Mattis’ resignation letter laid bare the frightening future of national security under President Donald Trump.
Tiffiny Mitchell et al re HB 1
Larry Allen re government shutdown
David Fitch re Mueller investigation
Christopher Farrar re City Council vote on new hotel
Robert Duehmig re government shutdown
Margaret Marino re Gearhart dunes
Martin Ross re Cannon Beach South Wind property
We wish our readers a Happy New Year and welcome 2019 as an opportunity for a fresh start.
Newcomers may be unaware of the long history and contributions Tom Chatterton made to the city of Seaside.
Oregonians coming to my town halls keep telling me how badly they’re getting ripped off by pharmaceutical companies.
The author of this slim book manages to recreate a world where newspaper editors shot up Western towns with their words while angry citizens responded with guns. The book recreates the excitem…
10 years ago this week — 2008
As we wish all our readers a Merry Christmas and an enjoyable holiday season, it is fitting to reflect on some positive aspects of this week and next week’s fresh start with the New Year.