Seaside School District’s overall student enrollment experienced a slight dip compared to last year’s numbers, according to an October report prepared by the district.
PORTLAND — Environmentalists want to reinstate an injunction against salvage logging on 1,800 acres in California’s Klamath National Forest while the federal government and a timber group argu…
On Sunday, Oct. 20, at 9:13 a.m., after being pulled over for a traffic violation on Highway 26 near MP 13, Luis Fernando Vasquez, 47, from Portland, was cited for taking elk during closed sea…
Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District Position 5 board member Lindsey Morrison tendered her immediate resignation as of Sept. 20.
- Oregon State Police: Man charged after taking elk during closed season
- Broadway reopened after suspicious package fears
- CODA opioid treatment clinic prepares for opening in Seaside
- City performs demolition on North Holladay home
- Haunted House returns to downtown Seaside
- View from the Porch: A recipe for patty melt
- Free high school senior studio photos
- 'Going for Broke' at the high school
- Lindsey Morrison steps down from SEPRD board
- Seaside Police and Fire logs from Oct. 11
The Oregon Department of Education has released its At-A-Glance Profiles for schools and districts — brief dashboard summaries of how schools are doing, with data on attendance, student achiev…
A new law repealed ban
TUESDAY, Oct. 22
Seaside City Council voted unanimously to raise annual permit fees for vacation rentals Monday night. The fee hike adds $400 per year to all permit costs, which are divided into three tiers ba…
Recreational fishermen will be able to catch white sturgeon and coho salmon on the Columbia River multiple days in October.
SALEM — A third Oregon union says it won’t endorse or contribute to primary campaigns for legislators who voted for reforms to the state’s costly public pension system earlier this year.
The terms of Robin Montero and Lou Neubecker come due for the Planning Commission on Nov. 1. Both reapplied for a second four-year term.
Fire trucks began moving back into their bays by 5 p.m. after a suspicious package scare Thursday afternoon that closed Broadway between Roosevelt and Wahanna in Seaside for more than two hours.
U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, is a part-time Gearhart resident. Sondland’s role remains a key part of presidential impeachment proceedings.
Seaside took action to remedy an eyesore on North Holladay Drive, and their decision paid off.
A high surf advisory is in effect for the North Coast until 11 p.m. on Thursday.
CODA is Oregon’s oldest opioid treatment program, offering treatment for substance abuse disorders including alcohol, crack cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and other amphetamines, as well as …
The Oregon Department of Revenue will provide $1.5 billion tax surplus credit, or “kicker,” for the 2018 tax year.
Halloween Happenin’s, a series of events presented by the Seaside Downtown Development Association, comes to downtown streets — and beyond — from Friday, Oct. 25, through Sunday, Oct. 27.
A strip of land east of Cooper Drive between two lots will be developed into a neighborhood park. With minor improvements, the park, which abuts forest land, has the potential to be a tsunami …
Beaverton man blacks out, resulting in rollover crash
Ballots for the Nov. 5 special election will be mailed out to Clatsop County voters who are in the Gearhart Rural Fire Protection District or the Warrenton Rural Fire Protection District.
Gearhart will join the Great Oregon ShakeOut earthquake drills throughout the day Thursday.
Call them floofs, furries or mascots. Costumed figures from two groups, “Get Out the Float” and “The League of Extraordinary Floofs” arrived in Seaside for “Get Out the Float,” a celebration o…
MONDAY, Oct. 14
The Sunset Beach state recreation site day-use parking area and the portion of Fort-to-Sea Trail between the Camp Rilea bridge and the beach will be closed to visitor to facilitate a controlle…
Property tax statements for the 2019-20 tax year will begin arriving in mailboxes of Clatsop County taxpayers the week of Oct. 14, Tom Bennett, the county’s community relations coordinator, a…
The Pacific fisher population could get a boost as the Oregon Department of Forestry and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have signed an agreement that will enhance protections for the Pacif…
Local construction crews will pave sections of Fort Stevens State Park’s South Jetty Road beginning this week. All areas of the park will remain open during the four-week paving project; park …
As exemplified by its motto, “Hands On, Minds On,” the STARBASE Oregon program is founded on the philosophy that young students absorb more knowledge when they are immersed in experiential lea…
The fear began for Ruth Lindemann, a Jewish girl growing up in Vienna, Austria, on her fifth birthday.
While the impeachment of Donald Trump was at the top of mind at Gearhart’s congressional town hall Monday, U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici fielded questions about the federal deficit, foreign polic…
Gov. Kate Brown will choose from six diverse candidates to fill a vacancy on the Clatsop County Circuit Court.
California woman has a car vs. deer encounter
U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici will be at Gearhart Elementary School for one of six town halls she has hosted during the congressional recess. Last week she visited Scappoose, Sheridan, Cornelius …
Razor clamming is now open from the Columbia River to the California border.
THURSDAY, Oct. 10
Wildlife biologists successfully placed a GPS collar on a juvenile wolf from the Indigo group in Western Oregon, seeking to learn more about the movements and territory of packs in the region.
Last year the Gearhart Fire Department’s annual fundraiser sought to raise funds to replace aging firefighter safety apparatus. This September, they did better than that. They received this le…
SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown has imposed a six-month ban on the sale of flavored vaping products.
Gearhart is poised to develop a parks and recreation master plan after the state awarded the city $15,000 grant funds for the project. The award is part of the 2019 Local Government Grant Prog…
Gearhart’s tennis courts were closed for power washing Thursday, the first step to a modified pickleball court at the corner of Pacific Way and North Marion.
The recreational use health advisory issued for Cullaby Lake in Clatsop County has been lifted, the Oregon Health Authority reported Thursday, Oct. 3.
ASTORIA — Multiple Listing Service data through August shows about a 6.8% drop in the average selling price of Clatsop County houses compared to the first eight months of 2018.
Razor clams are open for harvesting along North Coast beaches, following a conversation closure from July 15-Sept. 30, the Oregon Department of Agriculture reported.
As the City Council and Planning Commission propose new changes to Seaside’s vacation rental dwelling rules, Ninth Avenue property owners Karen and Todd Van Horne sought to reverse a decision …
For a state that hasn’t seen an execution in more than two decades, the death penalty has cast an enormous shadow in Oregon this year.
SALEM — A state council formed to improve Oregonians’ access to government records has endorsed a slate of reforms to make the state’s public records advocate more independent from political i…
The Sunset Beach State Recreation Site day-use parking area and the portion of Fort-to-Sea Trail between the Camp Rilea bridge and the beach will be closed to visitor to facilitate a controlle…
Vacation rental license fees could go up 500% or more in January.
Union officials said they have reached a tentative deal with grocers that will benefit employees and end a weeklong boycott of Fred Meyer stores.