Even after Seaside students could return to in-person learning in late October there will still be some construction activity at the new school campus.
Seaside Superintendent Susan Penrod on Tuesday recommended starting the school year with a distance learning model for the first six weeks because of the coronavirus pandemic before returning …
Andy Thornton is a familiar face when it comes to bike mechanics in Seaside, so much so that he is known around town as “Bike Shop Andy.”
- Competing rallies draw heated crowds in Seaside
- Seaside couple bring passion for biking to new store
- District faces construction delays, takes $9 million loan
- Letter: David Posalski to run for Seaside City Council
- Saltline Hotel debuts in Seaside with ribbon-cutting
- Seaside offers hybrid, full online classes to start school year amid virus
- Office workers will have to wear masks indoors as COVID-19 emergency extends into fall
- Mobile radar system aims to thwart Gearhart speeders
- Code compliance officer addresses backlog, complaints
- Gearhart city administrator pleads no contest in DUII charge
Oregon lawmakers were poised Monday to achieve their special-session aims by cutting spending and rebalancing the state budget, and passing other bills affecting unemployment claims and furthe…
Some vacation rentals haven’t been inspected in years. Owners advertise more occupancy than permitted. Cars spill over from driveways onto yards and into the street.
Even as Oregon lawmakers opened their second special session of the summer, the political battle lines are being drawn over legislation that would disconnect the state tax code from three fede…
Several hundred people from opposing protests stood toe-to-toe at the Turnaround in Seaside last Saturday evening.
Office workers will be required to wear masks indoors to help keep Oregon on track to suppress the growth of COVID-19, Gov. Kate Brown said Friday.
Watch that sign.
As Gearhart Elementary School moves closer to sale, city officials are seeking ways to retain portions of the land for playground and athletic field space.
Oregon Employment Department officials have now worked through a backlog of 70,000 claims by people whom Congress has made newly eligible for unemployment benefits.
Employees, construction team members, city luminaries and family joined Masudur Khan as he celebrated the opening of the Saltline Hotel at a ribbon-cutting last Thursday presented by the last …
Oregon lawmakers approved $94 million more to expand coronavirus testing and contact tracing, but deadlocked on $105 million more for the state to buy personal protective equipment for distrib…
With the observance of the 75th anniversary of Hiroshima last Thursday, a gingko tree — a symbol of peace — awaits planting at Cartwright Park in Seaside.
Oregon is likely a day away from crossing the threshold of 20,000 cases since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the state reported Wednesday.
One tax lot for sale at the former Seaside High School campus may not actually be the school district’s to sell.
City Administrator Chad Sweet pleaded no contest in June to driving under the influence of intoxicants in Umatilla County.
There is a new, convenient place in Seaside to grab a bottled beverage, batch of firewood, cup of coffee or a deli sandwich.
CORVALLIS — As a first-year graduate student studying truffle ecology at Oregon State University, Dan Luoma attended a scientific meeting in 1981 on Orcas Island in Washington. Having recently…
The percentage of positive COVID-19 tests cases hit their highest levels in four months, state health officials reported Monday.
Seaside’s emergency preparedness director Anne McBride wants to make sure critical supplies in the aftermath of a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake and tsunami are available to meet communit…
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has appointed a Racial Justice Council to advise her on the next state budget and to help reform a wide range of state programs and policies.
Gov. Kate Brown has made it official: She has called Oregon lawmakers back into a special session starting Monday, Aug. 10, to close a $1 billion gap in the state budget.
A Seaside woman died last Thursday night after being struck by a vehicle on U.S. Highway 101 near Gearhart.
Only a third of Oregonians believe the state is "going in the right direction," and the majority support racial justice protests and police reforms, according to a new statewide survey.
The City Council delivered a new tool to code compliance officer Jeff Flory, approving a contract for a short-term rental data management system in Seaside.
The acting director of the Oregon Employment Department confirmed Wednesday that overpayments have been made to some people who are working reduced hours, but who also draw unemployment benefi…
While the nation passed 150,000 deaths from COVID-19, there were some relatively encouraging numbers about a decline of the infection rate in Oregon and a plateau of the high numbers of infect…
Two more construction workers at the new Seaside School District campus have tested positive for the coronavirus.
The Seaside School District’s website has a new look and feel to go along with the rollout of a brand-new logo that encapsulates the geographic location and academic spirit of the district.
One document that never saw the light of day was a business plan for a potential deal to purchase Broadway Middle School from the Seaside School District.
Alan Evans and Raven Russell of Helping Hands, a nonprofit serving homeless and other low-income people struggling with housing, are well known for their work in Clatsop County.
The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Steadfast has a new commanding officer.
An informal coalition of local governments, civic and business groups across Oregon say they are being short-changed by state political leaders in charge of allocating about $1.6 billion in fe…
Election season is officially underway, with three open city council seats in Seaside and two in Gearhart. Gearhart Mayor Matt Brown’s term will also come up for reelection in November.
“Decorum” was the operative word last Tuesday as the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District board sought to move on after the resignation of two board members and a potential employee walkout.
Clatsop Community College disclosed Tuesday that an individual connected to the college tested positive for the coronavirus.
For a potential buyer at Seaside High School, asbestos remains a concern. Developer Harry Henke, a registered agent of HTA Properties LLC, bid $3.2 million for the property.
Two Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District board members announced their resignations Sunday.
Two Seaside School District properties could be headed to sale.
The Oregon Legislature’s chief budget writers have proposed to shield state aid to schools, but to cut almost $400 million in other spending and draw down reserves to offset reduced tax collec…
Last year seems like “a long time ago,” Russ Vandenberg, general manager of the Seaside Civic and Convention Center, said at last week’s City Council’s meeting.
Even in a year without the annual Seaside fireworks show, the Seaside Dispatch received 207 calls for service and 55 reports of illegal fireworks over the Fourth of July holiday. Police issued…
The Gearhart Planning Commission moved closer last Thursday in threading a needle to expand permitted uses for food stores, galleries and businesses while keeping the city’s character.
Fatality in Gearhart
For quite some time, the building on the corner of Avenue A and South Columbia Street near the post office has been an eyesore. Now the building has a fresh, new look as the home of the artis…