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In the battle against microplastic pollution on the beaches in and around Cannon Beach, Sea Turtles Forever’s Blue Wave team is on the frontlines, but they rely on steady volunteerism to make …

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During this month’s heavy rains police issued alerts for some vehicles to avoid U.S. Highway 101 between the Cannon Beach junction and Avenue U in Seaside due to flooding — a yearly issue.

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In “City dune landscaping restrictions dropped from parks master plan,” it was incorrectly stated that policy 19, “environmental integrity,” was removed from the Gearhart parks master plan by …

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The Oregon Health Authority issued new guidance for the state’s schools, Susan Penrod, Seaside School District superintendent, said at last week’s board of directors meeting. These impact test…

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A shortage of test kits and a surge in omicron cases has driven skyrocketing numbers of COVID-19 cases in Clatsop County. These and their impacts on local businesses were at top of mind for me…

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Gearhart planners tweaked the city’s parks master plan last Thursday, with a focus on language intended to preserve environmental integrity, one of 19 policies in the plan. The draft plan revi…

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The Seaside School District launched the first phase of a project to upgrade softball facilities in response to an agreement with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights.

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Seaside is not Coos Bay. And while Coos Bay, a city of 16,000 on the southern coast, has implemented a camping ordinance designed to address homelessness, Seaside is finding that a lack of cam…

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Pickleball enthusiast Wally Hamer approached Gearhart City Council last Wednesday, with a letter seeking more courts for an increasing demand.

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School is canceled Friday as a result of unsafe road conditions. Additionally, all after school activities are canceled. 

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Seaside’s Department of Public Works closed some streets in downtown Seaside as a result of flooding, and blocked off the Avenue A bridge as water remained dangerously high Monday afternoon.

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A Warrenton man was charged after a single-vehicle crash last Thursday night. The crash, reported at 9:16 p.m., caused property damage to the city boardwalk area on the south side of First Ave…

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The Signal met up with cyclist Matt Welch at the end of his cross-country, round-trip tour at the Quality Inn in Seaside. Welch was at the finish of the ride before heading back to Portland vi…

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Evan Goin, a major with four overseas tours, was reported missing from his U.S. Highway 26 home this week. Searchers and canine crews have been unsuccessful in their search.

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