The North Coast Land Conservancy hopes to buy 95 acres near Tillamook Head that will close an important gap between its properties and state land.
Two restaurants featuring cuisines from around the globe, each won liquor licenses at Monday’s Seaside City Council meeting.
Eight local authors shared their work and insight into the literary process in a writers extravaganza during a community event to raise money to support library services and programs in Seasid…
The Seaside School District has made a few alterations to the 2019-20 school calendar compared to previous years to lessen disruption to instructional time and better align breaks and in-servi…
SALEM — It's getting harder to find a place to live in Oregon, and state lawmakers are making a bipartisan effort to address what some call a housing crisis.
- District unveils $22M school budget
- SEPRD mulls rate increase
- City Council grants liquor licenses to Angelina's, McBani
- Toy story: Voyages Toys launches in Seaside
- Seagull Pride: Future Business Leaders
- Suzanne Bonamici hears housing crisis concerns
- May Art Walk in Seaside
- Boys golf: Seaside wins Banks Invitational
- School board roundup: Mark your calendars
- Egg hunt in Seaside!
Thanks to Seaside High School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter, students can learn important professional skills and also practice putting them to use in competitions that simulate…
SEASIDE —They’re jockeying into position, closing into the line, elbowing each other aside —
The Seaside School District is proposing a $22.2 million budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year to continue pursuing the district’s top priorities and strategic plan adopted in November, superinte…
PORTLAND — The U.S. Forest Service was recently joined by a timber company in defending the necessity of a 11,700-acre Oregon thinning project that environmentalists are seeking to block.
ASTORIA — A collective sigh of relief washed over Astoria in March with the arrival of spring, signaling a change of the season and the start of more lucrative months for local merchants. Loca…
SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown is taking another whack at reforming Oregon’s beleaguered foster care system.
Draft could go before county commissioners in May
Wyndham Worldmark, Resort at Seaside in Seaside and the Tolovana Inn in Cannon Beach will receive grants for four electric vehicle charging ports. According to Pacific Power, electric vehicle …
The National Park Service is investigating the looting of an archaeological site at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park.
Is a rate change in the future at the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District?
How can the federal government help ease the North Coast’s housing crunch?
SEASIDE — Growing up in Astoria, Jeremy Clifford longed for a place to find rare comic books and unique board games.
Protecting the famous sea stack
It is easy to think that Sacagawea was the only woman associated with the Lewis and Clark Expedition, but countless women and girls must have met or contributed to this voyage of discovery.
LONGVIEW, Wash. — Authorities have identified the man who died in an officer-involved shooting Sunday night as Brian Dee Butts, of Longview.
Every year, early birds place lawn chairs in place along the parade route by 9 a.m., with red- white-and-blue banners, flags and bunting everywhere. The annual parade in Seaside brings civic g…
The Cannon Beach Academy received a special delivery this month that marks an important step in the school’s effort to be prepared for keeping students safe during an emergency or natural disaster.
Law enforcement officers Sunday night shot and killed a suspect who is believed to have killed Cowlitz County sheriff’s deputy Justin DeRosier nearly 24 hours earlier, Cowlitz County Sheriff B…
Effective March 2019, the Camp 18 Logging Museum has voted in their first female president.
Better trails for cyclists
A Seaside man who allegedly set a garage on fire while fleeing from a car accident earlier this month is facing a first-degree arson charge.
TUESDAY, April 16
“Seaside is where it’s all happening,” said Sandy Palmer, artist in chief and proprietor of Five Star Henna, from her new location in Seaside.
An empty school gymnasium assumes an electrifying ambience when filled with hundreds of young students moving together in something resembling unison while high-tempo Indian pop music pulses t…
SALEM — Oregonians could pay less on their state income taxes but pay more for some goods and services, under a legislative proposal to raise money for the state's struggling public school system.
Razor clamming is open again on the North Coast.
SEASIDE — Clatsop Economic Development Resources, the local business advocacy group, on Thursday honored the economic and community impact of several local businesses.
In 2015, an eighth-grader from Seaside School District compelled legislators to sponsor a bill designating April 14 as Honorary Artists of Oregon Day. Seaside High School celebrated the follow…
Considering how many times Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and other members of the Corps of Discovery referenced disagreeable weather in their journals, historians could easily assume they e…
Zeroes in on higher density and vacation rentals
A magnitude 4.7 earthquake hit in the Pacific Ocean off the Oregon Coast on Wednesday morning.
The day before opening, construction crews worked away at the new Mo’s, located in the Shilo Inn on the Prom. The room, with one of the most exquisite ocean views anywhere, brings Mo’s classic…
Seaside Heights Elementary School was among the dozens of schools and emergency services buildings across Oregon to receive funds for seismic rehabilitation grants from Business Oregon.
WARRENTON — Wendy’s opened to the public this morning.
Seaside High School’s participation in the ProStart Invitational was revived this school year, with the four-person team of culinary students placing fourth at the state competition March 18.
At Seaside High School, National Honor Society students strive to be exemplary students that excel in the four categories emphasized by the organization: scholarship, service, leadership and c…
Seaside, Gearhart and Cannon Beach residents will get a chance to hear what this year’s school board candidates have to say about the Seaside School District’s key issues. They’ll be attending…
A Forest Grove man who suffered serious injuries from an alleged assault in Seaside in March died on Tuesday.
The Seaside Signal and Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District will host a board candidate forum on Thursday, May 2, from 7 to 8 p.m.
The attack on a 12-year-old corgi by an elk in the herd on North Marion Avenue in Gearhart was the topic of discussion at the city’s April 3 City Council meeting.
“Sammy” Dreier, a 12-year-old corgi, is one lucky dog.
Gearhart is reaching out to property owners of what is referred to as the “High Point” location for a new emergency resiliency station.
What's on the shelves? Not just hardware, but feed, grain and everything for the home gardener.
North Coast Land Conservancy is seeking volunteers for one more assault on invasive Japanese knotweed that had spread widely in its Necanicum Forest Habitat Reserve east of Seaside. Join them …
RAYMOND, Wash. — A former director of the Crisis Support Network allegedly used at least $47,000 of the nonprofit’s funds for personal expenses.
SEASIDE — A man is facing several charges after allegedly driving into a fence and intentionally setting fire to a garage in Seaside on Wednesday morning.
The venerable event missed booking deadlines
Faced with rising construction costs and a shortage of labor, Seaside School District Superintendent Sheila Roley and project manager Jim Henry presented designs for a new freestanding gymnasi…