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For the thousands of teams and 19,000 runners and walkers of the Hood to Coast Relay, it was all about teamwork. The race, which began for many at 5 a.m. Friday, it also came with exhilaration…

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The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District selected Rodney Roberts to fill the vacant board Position 1 seat on Tuesday. This is the second appointment this year; in February, Roberts tempo…

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The genre of historical fiction is a popular one and growing all the time. Telling a story about a particular time and place and developing characters based on actual living people requires a …

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The organizers of the Hood to Coast Relay are making strides during this year’s race — along with the concurrent Portland to Coast Walk Relay and High School Challenge — to adopt more sustaina…

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Shark attacks are relatively rare, according to Katie McEntire of the home security company Safewise.

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Public safety employees in Seaside saw a 5% cost of living as of July 1, as the City Council approved the Public Safety Association’s collective bargaining agreement on Monday, Aug. 12. The co…

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More than a year and half after a single-family home on Holladay Drive burnt down, the city has decided to declare the property a public nuisance and move forward to have it abated. The demoli…

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Two years into the city’s vacation rental rules came into place, City Administrator Chad Sweet provided an update on short-term rental permits at the Aug. 7 City Council meeting.

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The North Coast Land Conservancy’s Circle Creek Conservation Center is home to flocks of birds, both resident and migratory, including cedar waxwings, song sparrows and flycatchers.

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Gov. Kate Brown trimmed her veto list down to just two line-item vetoes on Friday, the deadline for the governor to decide which if any bills to kill after the 2019 session.

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SALEM — Nine public employees are asking the state’s highest court to review a new state policy that slashed their retirement benefits.

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On Saturday, Aug. 10, at approximately 2 p.m., Seaside Police received a report of the stolen 2001 silver Dodge Ram from the Circle Creek Campground on U.S. Highway 101.

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Whether grading the sand, setting up volleyball standards, providing visitor information or emceeing the event from courtside, local residents, volunteers and businesses converged for the worl…

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From Aug. 19 through Sept. 1, Seaside Police Department will conduct a high-visibility enforcement period regarding the proper use of a seat belt. They will also educate the public on the impo…

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Seaside just made it easier for residents and visitors to use beach wheelchairs for those experiencing mobility disabilities.

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The Astoria Regatta's Grand Land Parade begins at 12 p.m. on Saturday. Traffic will be disrupted through the downtown core beginning at about 8 a.m. until the parade ends and streets have been swept.

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The large signs hanging at the entrances of Broadway Middle School that promote free summer meals include the broad proclamation, “Please join us!” That message of enthusiastic welcome is ampl…

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Gov. Kate Brown is considering using her veto power to kill proposals championed by rural lawmakers of both parties.

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In mid-July, the Seaside School District’s real estate representative Norris & Stevens posted sales listings for two of three school district properties on the market, Broadway Middle Scho…

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Work is underway at the Outlet Mall in Seaside on a new Columbia Memorial Hospital primary care and urgent care clinic, located at the former sites of Dress Barn and Toys R Us.

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SEASIDE — The Northwest Oregon Housing Authority has taken ownership of more than 40 units at the Clatsop Shores Apartments in Seaside from Clatsop County.

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The Sunset Empire Transportation District is under pressure to hire bus drivers for a major expansion and a crush of cruise ship visits this fall.

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The Pacific Ocean along the equator cooled in June and is expected to be at normal temperatures in a month or two, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported Thursday.

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Portland artist May Wallace’s portrait exhibit at the Seaside Library focuses on the faces of climate change and features large scale images of the people who inspire her.

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Along the North Coast and in the Portland Metro area for 18 days, filmmakers captured the flavor of the coast. The marquee reads “Seaside,” the movie, to debut Aug. 20.

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A “spectacular number” people showed up to pull policeman’s helmet, or Impatiens glandulifera, Saturday, July 20, for the final of three weed-pulling events aimed at eradicating the invasive w…

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Naked cyclist and Astoria resident Michael "Sasha" Miller on U.S. Highway 101 in Gearhart protesting climate change.