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Gillnetters get continued access to main Columbia channel

Gillnetters get continued access to main Columbia channel

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Gillnetters fish the Columbia River. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission Friday backed off a plan to ban gillnetting in the …

Gillnetters get continued access to main Columbia channel

Gillnetters get continued access to main Columbia channel

Steve Fick, foreground, owner of Fishhawk Fisheries in Astoria, said gillnetters have bent over backwards to make Columbia River salmon fishin…

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Atkinsons, Osborn win Dr. Edward Harvey awards

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Workshop students learn how to preserve history

Possible changes on the Oregon coast?

Possible changes on the Oregon coast?

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<I>Lori Assa/The Daily Astorian</I><BR>Don Smith operates the hoist on the dock at Bornstein Seafoods in Astoria, unloading …

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ASTORIA - As the Earth warms, scientists predict that polar ice caps and glaciers will continue to melt, raising the sea level around the world.

Ray Eldridge

Ray Eldridge

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Ray Eldridge

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Ray "Scott" Eldridge died Nov. 2, 2005, in Yakima, Wash. due to complications of cancer. He was 67 years old.