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Ukrainian foreign exchange student Maksym “Max” Matviyenko came to Seaside City Hall Monday night, Dec. 9, to introduce himself to the community and share the heritage of his homeland.

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Each year during the Seaside Festival of Trees, families are invited to view the lavishly decorated trees and enjoy a variety of holiday-themed activities, such as decorating cookies and makin…

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Pattaporn Lovwatcharasophon returned to the Seaside City Council for the second time in six months, seeking a liquor license for a new restaurant, The Sea, at 1480 S. Roosevelt Dr., the site o…

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On Friday night, Dec. 6, at 10:23 p.m., the Seaside Police Department responded to a party at the Coast River Inn, 555 Avenue G, where several minors and adults were cited for alcohol-related …

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Seaside Fire responded to a van fire on Avenue U and South Edgewood Monday at about 1 p.m.

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Amanda and Travis Hanshew of Coastal Occasions party supply and rental shop are the Seaside Outlet Mall’s newest tenants, opening three weeks ago in the former storefront of Bruce’s Candy Kitc…

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An SUV ran a stop sign, struck a vehicle, and then hit a pedestrian, according to eyewitnesses at the intersection of 12th Avenue and North Holladay Drive in Seaside shortly after 8 p.m. Satur…

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To spur downtown and workforce housing, the Planning Commission considered a new zoning amendment to reduce the required number of parking spaces for studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartm…

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Lt. Bruce Holt has learned a lot about the Seaside Police Department during his 36 years of service, but it required additional research to give him further insight into the history of the dep…

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The 2020 census count for Clatsop County will affect federal funding.

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Three culverts and two bridges considered essential to the city’s water system are rated in poor condition and in need of replacement, Public Works Director Dale McDowell told the Seaside City…

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Clatsop County is preparing for the 2020 census.

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Seaside’s long history of observing Pearl Harbor Day continues as the City Council passed a proclamation Monday night to remember Dec. 7, 1941, when more than 2,400 Americans were killed in th…

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SEASIDE — On Nov. 6, 15 men armed with chainsaws arrived at Tillamook Head’s Boneyard Ridge, a 340-acre habitat reserve acquired in 2016 and conserved by the North Coast Land Conservancy.

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A limousine ride to lunch, scooters, squish toys, and reusable water bottles. These were a few of the incentives available to students at The Heights Elementary School who were called on to he…

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Motorists should be extra careful on Oregon highways over the four-day Thanksgiving weekend with a forecast calling for windy, cold temperatures throughout the Willamette Valley and a chance o…

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SALEM — Most of the farm and forest properties made available for development in Oregon under a decade-old ballot initiative haven’t yet been subdivided, according to state land use regulators.

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In observance of Thanksgiving Day on Thursday, all federal and state offices are closed. County and city offices and services, including Astoria, Warrenton, Gearhart, Seaside and Cannon Beach …

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SALEM — State police ended a protest and occupation of Gov. Kate Brown’s office Thursday night over the Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas project by arresting 21 people for criminal trespass.

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Effective Jan. 1, the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District will prohibit the use metal cleats on Broadway Field.

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The building at 735 Broadway first went on the tax rolls in Seaside 100 years ago, in January 1920, Neighbors at clothing store Selnes and Wheatley were offering a special sale on underwear an…

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At daybreak on Nov. 6, 15 men armed with chainsaws climbed into pickup trucks and drove up a gravel road onto Boneyard Ridge on Tillamook Head, starting a project to help trees become part of …