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Three minutes to speak, once during a meeting. Speakers shall use civil and courteous language. Insults, profanity or vulgar language are not allowed. Comments, questions or jeering from the a…

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Seaside schools will not be shifting to a hybrid model with on-campus instruction by Oct. 26 because of the number of coronavirus cases in Clatsop County.

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Gearhart is taking applications for the Planning Commission as two terms, those of Carl Anderson and David Smith, will expire Nov. 30. Each is eligible to apply for reappointment.

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The Pacific Ridge Elementary PTO raised nearly $7,000 to help purchase Chromebooks for students during the organization’s first fundraiser since the PTOs from Gearhart Elementary School and Th…

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The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners and the Seaside School District approved the swap of tax lots on the site of the former high school. The deal brings the sale of the former Seaside Hi…

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In a move aimed to protect dog-walkers, bicyclists and pedestrians, the Seaside Transportation Advisory Commission recommended a parking reduction on the west side of Sunset Boulevard.

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Seaside Mayor Jay Barber sounded an alarm about chronic homelessness, with people living on the wooded fringes of the city and increasing numbers of people setting up camps in local forests an…

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New owners Robert Scull and Frederick Slentz won approval for a full on-premises commercial sales liquor license at Sam’s Seaside Cafe.

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The site of a new fire station, the performance of City Administrator Chad Sweet, and the old Gearhart Elementary School property were the main topics of discussion among candidates seeking se…

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Housing, response to the coronavirus pandemic and an open carry rally in September dominated the discussion of those running for the Ward 4 seat on the Seaside City Council during a candidate …

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Pickleball is so popular in Gearhart that enthusiasts hope to double the amount of courts and to add even more courts to the city’s parks master plan.

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Adequate child care has long been an issue in Clatsop County, but the coronavirus pandemic and temporary closure of schools to in-person classes has put additional strain on the area’s limited…

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Seaside firefighters responded to a trailer fire on U.S. Highway 101 south of Avenue U on Wednesday afternoon. The blaze, caused by friction from the trailer tires igniting the interior, led t…

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Three men were victims of a machete attack early last Wednesday morning at an apartment on Spruce Drive, Seaside Police reported. One victim was transported to a Portland area hospital.

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Issues in the races for Position 2 and Position 4 on the City Council coalesce on a proposed new site for the fire station and the potential purchase of the former Gearhart Elementary School.

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From a herd of about 40 elk a decade ago, state wildlife biologist Paul Atwood said the population jumped to about 100 elk in Gearhart just a couple of years ago.

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With more than two dozen active incidents including the 56,000-acre Zogg fire in Shasta and 60,000-acre Glass fire in Napa and Sonoma, Clatsop County firefighters are returning to the front li…

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Journalists at the Seaside Signal, an EO Media Group publication, were honored with two third-place awards from the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association’s Associate Members Publications Con…

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Seaside took a wait-and-see approach last week as it considered new rules to ease traffic on Spruce Drive. The street is the main road from Wahanna to the new Seaside School District campus.

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With a pizzeria on Hemlock in Cannon Beach operating in Hemlock since 1988, Pizza a’ Fetta has opened a second location in Seaside.

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The Seaside Municipal Airport draws 2,000 trips a year — take-offs and landing. That includes day trips, overnight stays, touch-and-goes, military and commercial operations, access to Life Fli…

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A swap of two tax lots between the Seaside School District and Clatsop County could remedy the impacts of a long-ago foreclosure.

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Oregon lawmakers have approved money to start paying wildfire costs and helping homeowners rebuild, add workers to process unemployment claims and update technology and expand capacity for cor…

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Government hiring for school and census jobs dropped Clatsop County’s unemployment rate from 12.3% in July to 8.7% in August despite a slowdown in the private sector, according to state Employ…