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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…

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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…

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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 …

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There is a new, convenient place in Seaside to grab a bottled beverage, batch of firewood, cup of coffee or a deli sandwich.

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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…

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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.

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Clatsop Community College disclosed Tuesday that an individual connected to the college tested positive for the coronavirus.

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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…

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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…

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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…