Democrats hold Oregon’s fate in their hands — at least for the near term.
It is in these early months each year when a sense begins to emerge about the condition of forthcoming salmon runs in the Pacific Northwest. Mysterious to the uninitiated, the North of Falcon …
Michael Zametkin re sales tax on prepared food
Joseph Webb re socialism
- Naselle woman sues Columbia Memorial Hospital after stroke
- Changes planned at The Daily Astorian
- Astoria man indicted after allegedly attempting to run over a deputy
- Man sentenced to prison for chainsaw attack
- Warrenton struggles with homelessness
- Warrenton remembers teen who died from the flu
- Emergency crews re-create Astoria Column rescue
- Port of Astoria prepares for $300 harbor fee
- Astoria, facing a flu outbreak, will scrub schools
- Astoria may curb panhandling in the roadway
Audrey Williams re Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare
Restore Oregon, a statewide nonprofit that advocates for historic preservation, is proposing two bills that directly affect those of us who live here.
Illiana Porteur re affordable housing
Firefighters are great at saving lives, but they’re not always as good at promoting on their own behalf.
PRO: Sanders’ high energy level and loyal followers make him the Dems’ front-runner
Oregon legislators are to be commended for going outside Salem to hear from real people about the state budget and other issues. But lawmakers should go further, adding more rural perspective …
Robert Brake re practical advice
David Delk re Venezuela
Kent Smith re new Gearhart fire station
Mike Hawes and Marla Olstedt thank you letter
It is a story of corruption that will stay secret, politicians who will need fewer votes to win, even dangerous communicable diseases that will spread faster as our best scientists struggle to…
Former Secretary of State Norma Paulus was a product of rural Oregon. She exemplified what individuals can do when given a chance — conquering poverty, polio and the lack of a college degree t…
Jean Hooge re winning in 2020
Laurie Caplan re campaign finance reform
Robert Brake re public's right to know
Mark Hippensteel re gillnet fishing
Jim Wells re gillnetting
PRO: Medicare for all is doable; most Americans want it. CON: Americans are in no mood for another health care upheaval.
As if Deepwater Horizon never happened.
Donna Lee Rollins re smart meters
Steve McConnell re Verna Oller Aquatic Trust
Larry Allen re Columbia River
Julie Walker re solar panels
Vince Archibald re Columbia River gillnetting
Manny Suarez re AHS girls basketball
As the president of the United Steel Workers, Local Union 1097, I work alongside 600 hardworking union members at Georgia-Pacific’s Wauna paper mill. We are proud of what we do, how we do it a…
Dennis Richardson was a courageous man.
Carmen Hammersmith re plastic bags
Rick Newton re Port budget meeting
Bebe Michel re new Gearhart fire station
Jason Hulti re lobbying corruption
John Dunzer re Cascadia PUD
Gearhart isn’t underwater, but new maps swathed in shades of blue delineate degrees of submersion.
PRO: Telling truth about Columbus helps us navigate today's progressive waters. CON: Covering up paintings of Columbus imprisons history.
I’ve always felt that as elected officials, it’s our job to engage the public and allow our residents to guide the decision-making process. And I’ve always had great faith in the citizens of G…
Carl Dominey re democracy
Steve Honan re ODFW
Thomas Thies re new Gearhart fire staton
Monica Taylor re nuclear radiation
William Hunsinger re Port of Astoria
With the possible exception of some high school graduates who can’t wait to put a few hundred miles between themselves and their hometowns, everyone loves community colleges. They are the Mari…
For well over a decade, Oregon has considered legislation to cap carbon and put a price on pollution. As a business whose survival depends on the natural environment, we at Fishpeople urge pol…
John Ginder re 5G and smart meters
Pamela Alegria re waterfront building codes