And the winner is ...

And the winner is ...

Chamber, city, service clubs, school district distribute awards at annual banquet Friday

CPRD purchases 6.7-acre property in Dundee

CPRD purchases 6.7-acre property in Dundee

Resident Janis Saunders wills 50 percent of the land, including filbert orchard, barn and house...

Domaine Serene will welcome visitors

Domaine Serene will welcome visitors

French-inspired 'clubhouse' will hold public tasting room, private lounges for members

What's the fate of the mill? Good question

What's the fate of the mill? Good question

Definitive answers are elusive on whether a buyer has been found for the former WestRock...

Wineries say they'll take demise of TPP in stride

Wineries say they'll take demise of TPP in stride

Trade deal had benefits, but local wineries expect to forge on

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Suspected bank robber caught in Astoria

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