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Dire rerun: The Oregon Archives posted a "shanghai" letter on its Facebook page dated July 29, 1891, from Darius Norris to Astorian Bill Jopli…

Christian Lint, owner of the beloved Astoria Ferry, aka Tourist No. 2, receives at least one phone call a day from someone walking on the Asto…

Many have been wondering where beloved local artist Bill W. Dodge — whose colorful folk art paintings and of Astoria scenes grace the walls of…

Fun rerun: The Ear trusts that something like this headline won't happen here on the North Coast: "Man rescued after getting head stuck betwee…

"Today was a day for the books!" Connor Kelly, of Seaside, wrote on May 20. "Around 2 p.m., my wife, Denise, and I took our two dog children, …

In April 2017, this column ran a story about the tiny unincorporated town of Tiller, in southwest Oregon, most of which was for sale for $3.85…

Melancholy rerun: This is a little late for the anniversary of the Titanic sinking on April 15, but the Ear just found this little nugget: Did…

The Daily Morning Astorian, in late April 1885, provided another glimpse of Capt. George Flavel's life, not just as a Columbia River bar pilot…