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Newport, Oregon — Every spring, harbor seals give birth on secluded beaches or reefs along the Pacific coast, reports the Oregon Coast Aquarium. The pups are born ready to swim but cannot trea…

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The Oregon Department of Human Services on Thursday disclosed that millions of agency emails had been breached in January, potentially exposing the personal medical information of hundreds of …

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The Seaside High School CYBORG Seagulls Robotics team, along with its two ally teams, CloverBots of CAM Academy in Battle Ground, Washington, and the Generals from Grant High School in Portlan…

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Agile Design, the company behind a proposed data center at the North Coast Business Park, is suing a development group that had wanted to build a related technology project.

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Beachgoers are urged to help recovery efforts of the threatened western snowy plover by respecting nesting areas and beach restrictions during nesting season, March 15 to Sept. 15. Beachgoers …

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With the filing deadline past, two of three open seats will see competitive races at the Seaside School District board of directors election. 

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A bill to ban drilling off the Oregon Coast is headed to the desk of Gov. Kate Brown, after passing the state House of Representatives on Tuesday.

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A modest burst of applause from the audience and a round of “Congratulations!” followed the announcement of the Seaside School District’s newest hire.

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Third-graders from Cannon Beach Academy got a taste of state politics with a trip to Salem on Monday, March 18, to visit with local legislators.

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Friday was a busy day for firefighters. “We just got done with our seventh call today,” Seaside Fire Division Chief Chris Dugan said.

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“A very strange animal” is how the Seaside Aquarium’s Tiffany Boothe described it — and she’s used to finding pyrosomes, vellela vellela and mola mola along the beach.

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WARRENTON — Plans by police to develop a consistent strategy for dealing with a more visible homeless population are on hold for now.

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SALEM — More than a year after sexual harassment at the Capitol came into public view, state Senate President Peter Courtney publicly apologized to victims in an emotional floor session Thursday.

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LONG BEACH, Wash. — Robert and David Gudgell, former fishing boat operators for Pacific Salmon Charters, will need to update their resumes.

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Hold Fast Tattoo is celebrating their nine-year anniversary at their Broadway location in Seaside this May, but Brandy Rea and Jen Knox have been tattoo artists in Clatsop County for years.

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Featuring an array of delectable hors d’oeuvres, drinks and desserts from about 20 local purveyors, the 12th annual A Sweet Affaire lived up to its name. Equally appetizing, however, was the f…

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Along with Seaside, the city of Gearhart is one of a growing number of Oregon cities to consider a plastic bag ban. At last Wednesday’s council meeting, City Councilor Paulina Cockrum asked fo…

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When the school bell rings on June 14, the last day of school at Seaside Heights Elementary, students will file out and the site will undergo a summer of renovation and construction.

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Seaside Brewing Co. owner Jimmy Griffin has already made the switch. He’s now one of the restaurants on the North Coast to voluntarily use paper straws and biodegradable to-go containers.

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State Rep. Tiffiny Mitchell faced calls during a town hall at Clatsop Community College on Sunday to push her colleagues for more education funding and taxes on corporations.

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Oregon’s K-12 schools won’t feel pinched under a proposal unveiled by legislative budget-writers Thursday, but other government services throughout the state are likely to see cuts.

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The Harbor, an advocacy group for victims of domestic and sexual violence in Clatsop County, has a new executive director.

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Wildlife officials say a lone wolf "probably" killed nearly two dozen sheep between Feb. 23 and March 4 at the Oregon Coast, and according to local ranchers, it might not be the first time.

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Eight months ago, inspired by an ordinance in Warrenton, Bebe Michel asked Gearhart to ban wildlife feeding to discourage human interaction with elk, deer, bear and other wild animals.

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With a new plan to widen and restripe the roadway, the Seaside Planning Commission gave its unanimous OK Tuesday, March 5, for a new 18,000-square-foot Grocery Outlet.

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Portland has filed suit against the Shilo Inn, alleging the company owes the city and Multnomah County more than $314,000 in unpaid taxes from business at its Portland Airport hotel.