A Q&A with homeless advocate D.C. Clouds
Nearly a month into the new school year, the Seaside School District has accomplished its primary goal: keeping students in class, full time.
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People who have been in quarantine for COVID-19 exposure for a week can now schedule a virus test from the Clatsop County Public Health Department.
An upper-level window and a lager tank at the Times Theater & Public House, located at 130 Broadway, were damaged from gunfire last Thursday night.
In 2016, Seaside School District voters approved a $99.7 million bond to bring a new campus out of the tsunami inundation zone. Now that work is in its final stages.
Chris Corder was named to the Seaside School District Board last Tuesday.
Seaside couple's son has spinal condition
Veterans, their families and residents gathered last Saturday under a downpour at the Cove for the dedication of the Vietnam War Veterans Memorial in Seltzer Park.
A Garibaldi woman was killed last Friday morning in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 26.
An online open house and survey allows people to suggest changes to Clatsop County’s Tsunami Evacuation Facilities Improvement Plan.
The return of Hood to Coast in Seaside has triggered a new round of complaints from residents that the regional event is too large and disruptive for the city.
Clatsop County Task Force 49 returned from the Cougar Peak fire in Lakeview last week.
The morning of Sept. 7 brought with it nearly idyllic fall weather — sunny and crisp — as Seaside students headed up the hill for the first day of the 2021-22 school year.
With classes officially underway, administrators and staff are focused on providing students with a somewhat typical school year for 2021-22 while still adhering to protocols and guidelines de…
The beach off U Street was turned into a Disney setting last Saturday and Sunday, as reenactors brought back the spirit of the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery.
No responding agency felt the tragedy of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks more than the New York City Fire Department. Three-hundred-forty-three city firefighters lost their lives in the …
Clatsop County Circuit Court Judge Beau Peterson heard testimony last Thursday from Jack Zimmerman and Gearhart City Attorney Peter Watts in seeking to determine the wording of a ballot title …
Engineer Mark Mead navigated a steep slope last week at the Seaside Planning Commission, presenting plans for Vista Ridge II, a 17-home development on 6.5 wooded acres that neighbors say is fa…
Fourteen local firefighters headed to Lakeview in Lake County Wednesday to fight the Cougar Peak Fire.
A bond measure to finance a new firehouse in Gearhart will not be on the November ballot because a court hearing on a complaint challenging the $13 million request extended past the election f…
Students at Seaside High School will be extending a welcome to all to their new campus.
In a parks survey conducted by the Gearhart Parks Master Plan Advisory Committee, Gearhart residents found many ways to say the same thing when it comes to their love of beaches, local parks, …
Seaside resident Robert Owens was pronounced dead at the scene of a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Route 97 early last Thursday morning.
The City Council heard a plea support a ban on fireworks.
The Oregon National Guard arrived last Friday to provide assistance to Columbia Memorial Hospital in Astoria and Providence Seaside Hospital, which have seen more coronavirus patients during t…
Two residents who oppose the city’s plans for a new firehouse have filed a complaint in Clatsop County Circuit Court asking that a bond measure on the November ballot be suspended or rewritten.
An overnight fire in Gearhart resulted in a burn injury as the fire reached more than 200-foot flame lengths and torched trees.
Jim Furnish died earlier this year, but will forever be remembered not only for his life in Gearhart, but thanks to friend James Young, in the celestial skies with an asteroid named in his honor.
Clouds started the morning in Seaside, but lifted as runners crossed the finish line.
An innovative program for teens could be coming to the Sunset Recreation Center.
Almost six years ago, Seaside School District voters approved a $99.7 million bond to bring a new campus out of the tsunami inundation zone.
Owners of the former elementary school have pulled an application for a caretaker dwelling in the building.
Seaside police, fire and Classic Towing fished out a Nissan pickup truck last Thursday shortly after noon from the Necanicum River near Cartwright Park. The truck was unoccupied.
A 3-year-old boy drowned in a neighbor’s pool Tuesday evening.
Airport hangars are hot properties.
A surge of coronavirus cases has led to a new visitor policy at Providence Seaside Hospital.
Scott Santos will join the Seaside School District Board of Directors, filling the vacancy left A.J. Wahl, who stepped down in June.
The mother of all relays returns to Seaside later this week, with organizers anticipating around 19,000 participants running and walking in this year’s Hood to Coast.
Costs for a playground in downtown Gearhart came in a bit higher than the city anticipated.
Gearhart presented details of a $13 million bond measure last Thursday, designed to meet the needs of a firehouse project near Highlands Lane and U.S. Highway 101. If the 20-year bond is appro…
Youth programs closed last Friday at the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District after a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus. After reopening Monday, an additional positive cas…
SEASIDE — Police are investigating a sexual assault that was reported between midnight and 1 a.m. on Aug. 13.