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The Oregon Health Authority today lifted a public health advisory for contact with marine water at Cannon Beach, located in Clatsop County. The health authority issued the advisory June 18 aft…

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The Northwest Oregon Wildland School is making final preparations for its annual training program later this month. The school, a yearly gathering made up of firefighters in Clatsop and Columb…

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With a close race for Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District board director settled with a difference of only two percentage points between four candidates, a new board seat has become available.

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Due to ODOT paving along Highway 101 near Peterson Point (approximately Milepost 22.5 through Milepost 25), traffic is expected to be delayed in Seaside throughout the day.

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The Oregon Health Authority issued a public health advisory today for higher-than-normal levels of bacteria in ocean waters at Cannon Beach.

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The Seaside High School Associated Student Body presented the city’s Mayor Jay Barber with a gift of $5,000 to be used toward the wayfinding project coordinated through the planning and public…

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The official, final results are in from the May 21 election, and one race that was too close to call is finally decided. The difference between winner John Chapman and Katharine Parker for Sun…

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SALEM — When you get takeout food from your favorite restaurant, you might be handed a thin plastic bag, with foam containers inside containing your meal, plus a plastic straw or two if you or…

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Before deciding which graduating senior from Seaside High School will receive which scholarship or award, the board members of Seaside Scholarships Inc. interview each applicant to get to know…

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During Seaside High School’s 103rd annual commencement, the overwhelming swell of vibrant Seagull red was matched in intensity only by the palpable emotion flowing from the sea of family, frie…

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“Keep it Legal and Keep it Safe” when using fireworks, reminds the Office of State Fire Marshal reminds area residents.

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PORTLAND — Cmdr. Alain Balmaceda of the Coast Guard cutter Steadfast handed command to Cmdr. Daniel Ursino at Tom McCall Waterfront Park in Portland on Sunday.

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PORTLAND — When states legalize pot for all adults, long-standing medical marijuana programs take a big hit, in some cases losing more than half their registered patients in just a few years, …

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SALEM — Last week, 31 Democrats voted to cut into benefits promised to public employees in what was likely their toughest vote of the 2019 legislative session, if not their careers. It prompte…

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During the third annual Coast Color Dash on Saturday, no one was safe from being pelted with fistfuls of powdery, colored corn starch that hung suspended as translucent clouds before gradually…

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Gearhart heard a presentation from Recology rate analyst Dave Larmouth, as he presented a proposal for a 2.70% rate hike, effective July 1. The rate is tied to the annual change in the consume…

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Construction work in Seaside continues with new pavement and centerline rumble strips are for a section of U.S. 101 south of Seaside beginning June 16.

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SALEM — Saturday marked the official start of Oregon’s wildfire season, but without new resources, the state is only incrementally more prepared to combat fire this summer than in past years.