A not-so-funny thing happened on my way to writing my guest column three weeks ago. I became a statistic.
- Johnson to run for governor as an independent
- Obituary: Kreed Gene Tibbitts Secord
- In Manzanita, sightings of a bear called 'Hope'
- Cannon Beach prepares for food tax vote
- Deaths: Oct. 16, 2021
- Astoria rejects church annex appeal
- Obituary: Vaino Vanni Koskela
- County clarifies state's disclosure of virus death
- Astoria sees compliance on vaccine mandate
- Weber to run for state Senate
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As we move into the storm season, my mind always goes back to the Great Coastal Gale of 2007.
David Tennant re Warrenton Fire Department
J Griffis re Fort George Brewery steam whistle
Donna Lee Rollins re denying reality
With the completion of splendid restoration work at North Head Lighthouse, attention now should turn to its less visited but far more historic brother at Cape Disappointment.
Robert Potter re bias complaint
Terry V. Johnson re spiders
Carol Merwin re
As a result of two people filing a court complaint regarding ballot title language, Gearhart voters have been robbed of our chance to vote on bond financing on this November’s ballot.
Gearhart Mayor Paulina Cockrum asks, “A new fire station: If not now, when?”
It’s been joked that a century ago here around the Columbia River estuary, racial diversity consisted of whiter shades of pale — bickering Scandinavian tribes kept in check by smug native-born…
In September, U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Deb Haaland announced that the Bureau of Land Management is moving back to Washington, D.C., from Grand Junction, Colorado.
With children across Oregon in school full time for the first time in more than 18 months, they are spending significant portions of their days with teachers and other education professionals.
Rick Newton re vaccine mandate
Pamela Tillson re COVID-19 reporting
Terri Lehman re on-call veterinarians
SEASIDE — After a city crackdown on Necanicum Drive near 12th Avenue earlier this year, residents in Seaside say that people living in RVs have moved across the street to Goodman Park.
Catherine Martin re school bus drivers
Gary Durheim re East Mooring Basin
Bill Graffius re vaccine mandate
Timothy J. Bish re vaccination
Providence must have been smiling when a trio of eminent Oregon authors agreed to collaborate on this immensely readable history of three incandescent figures who in their own day and way plan…
Eileen Purcell re Consejo Hispano
Scott Widdicombe re term limits
While the pandemic has taken a tragic toll on our region, it has also highlighted one of the things that make this place special: When times are tough, we pull together and take care of our fr…
Roger Dorband re vaccine mandate
Greg Kenney re President Joe Biden
Robert Brake re voting rights
Let’s dive right into the on-and-off special legislative session about redistricting. Here are six lessons.
David Tennant re vaccine mandate
Thomas Brownson re vaccination
Eleni Towns re Build Back Better
Karl Marlantes was one of the speakers on a rainy Saturday this month when the Vietnam War Veterans Memorial was dedicated at Seltzer Park in Seaside.
I see The Astorian has printed a wonderfully ignorant response to my letter of Sept. 9. Bill Graffius seems to be well into the prevailing mindset, letting others do his thinking. I am surpris…
Holly Harris re public restrooms
Eric Halperin re vaccination
I am one of 13 gubernatorial appointees and voting members of the Joint Task Force on Universal Health Care created by the 2019 Legislature. In June, we released a status report presenting our…
Diane Gruber re diversity
On Sept. 1, I went down to my local mini-mart to buy some cat food. When I got home, I could not find my purse that held my life in it. I went down to the store, my purse was just gone.
Scott McMullen re state Sen. Betsy Johnson
The Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission lost an irreplaceable leader in August when our chairperson, Lorraine Loomis, walked on.