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In his Portland home, Austin Meyers stood in front of his gun safe showing how he stores his ammo, his pistols and his rifle.

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The Seaside Aquarium reported a large skate washed ashore at the Cove. "Upon closer examination we were able to determine that the four-foot skate was a female longnose skate," the aquarium's …

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After about four years of service, Patrick Nofield is resigning from the Seaside School District’s board of directors, effective Jan. 31.

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Establishing a beach and trail ambassador program, improving signs and starting a new message campaign about protecting natural resources are some of the ideas tourism leaders are proposing to…

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The Sunset Empire Transportation District is missing more than half of its operational funding because of the government shutdown and could soon have to look at cutbacks.

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City residents receive fire, police, water and sewage, among other services, while people under county jurisdiction are served by other entities.

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SALEM — Oregon’s two senators on Tuesday urged the head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to update federal regulations to permit interstate commerce of food products containing a key n…

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The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is looking for any information regarding Alexus Roberts, a 17-year-old from Tillamook who has been missing for a year.

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Members of Boy Scout Troop 211 assemble tables for a popup pantry at the Astoria Masonic Lodge that will provide free food and daily essentials Saturday and Sunday for federal employees affect…

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Mayor Jay Barber, along with council members Tita Montero and Steve Wright, took the oath of office at Monday’s Seaside City Council meeting.

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An estimated 1,500 local Coast Guardsmen missed their first paycheck Tuesday because of a government shutdown.

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Coast Guard spouses, from left, Amanda Gibbs, Jennifer Siems and Stacey Benson, interviewed Monday by news station KGW, said they have tried to remain upbeat and grateful for the community sup…

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A 47-foot motor lifeboat from the Coast Guard’s Station Cape Disappointment patrols in January.

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Cannon Beach visitor Terrance Jorgensen was among onlookers at Saturday's dramatic Coast Guard rescue of two surfers at Indian Beach.

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The Seaside City Council broadened its scope and looked into the near future. At the top of the annual two- and four-year goal-setting agenda attended by City Council members and staff, housin…

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The board chairwoman at Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare has resigned, explaining that the performance of the board and the mental health agency no longer aligned with her core values.

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The Coast Guard evacuated a sick crewman off a commercial vessel 25 miles west of Washington’s Willapa Bay Friday morning.

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Beau Bennett of the Coraggio Group and Matthew Landkamer of the Coraggio Group, a consulting firm assisting the city of Seaside with the annual goal-setting process on Friday morning. 

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WARRENTON — A local builder is restarting the former Warrenton Builders Supply on Main Avenue as a construction office, hardware store and commercial shop rentals.

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Buoy Beer Co. is entering the craft liquor market, acquiring Pilot House Distilling in a bid to help the startup and find a new area for growth amid a tightening beer scene.

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nvasive English ivy has a foothold along the Skipanon River in Warrenton, where it climbs into Sitka spruces and other native trees, causing them to rot and ultimately topple. North Coast Land…

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Cats and cat fanciers came to Seaside on Jan. 5 for the Emerald Cat Club show at the Seaside Civic and Convention Center.

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GEARHART — North Coast leaders struggling to address elk-related issues in their communities hope an organization with ties to the governor’s office will be able to help.

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A portion of Dolphin Road in Warrenton is expected to close for roughly a month starting Jan. 21. 

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PORTLAND, Maine — A group of nine Democratic state lawmakers from different coastal states announced Tuesday that they are going to use their coming legislative sessions to try to block attemp…

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Three Seaside School District’s properties will go to the real estate market this spring, as the district plans on selecting Norris & Stevens to represent the sales of Gearhart Elementary …