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Ten-year-old Berkley Sturgell, friends and supporters lined the old Seaside High School track with quarters last Friday. Sturgell’s Quarter Mile Challenge aimed to collect enough quarters to s…

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On a Saturday morning in April, Josh Lair and his daughter, Amy, share a common destination: the Gearhart firehouse. Both are fire department volunteers.

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Candidates for the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District met at a forum last Thursday night to discuss their thoughts on transparency, the controversial purchase of the former Broadway Mi…

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Gail Como gives training tips to Justine Hill, who will be taking the position of Gearhart city treasurer and water clerk. 

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The residency of Al Hernandez, a Position 1 candidate on the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District’s board of directors, remains in question after the district’s regular meeting last Tuesday.

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Although Clatsop County moved back into the high risk for the coronavirus late last week, the Seaside School District is maintaining the status quo for the time being.

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The school board accepted the resignation of Terry Dahlgren, who has served as band director for Seaside middle and high schools for nearly two decades.

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Local nonprofits shared their stories with members of the city’s budget committee last week. The committee heard pleas to send funds to victims of domestic violence, recovery agencies, and you…

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Seaside presented its 2021-22 proposed budget in three committee meetings last week. The budget calls for about $33.4 million in revenues and expenditures, up from last year’s $29 million revi…

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A candidate for the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District’s board could win the election in May but be unable to serve.

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When the former Gearhart Elementary School was shut down, the playground equipment was transferred to the new Pacific Ridge Elementary School — a loss for Gearhart families that could be recti…

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Chinese tea culture rose in the Tang dynasty in the seventh century and spread to Japan, Korea and throughout Asia.

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A fire in an apartment building in Gearhart Sunday morning displaced eight occupants, two dogs and one cat. There were no injuries to residents or first responders.

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A complaint filed in Clatsop County Circuit Court claims that Gearhart is responsible for mismatched stormwater pipes offset by 5 inches, causing water to escape from the gap in the pipes, whi…

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A new ratings methodology by Moody’s Investor Service downgraded the Seaside School District’s issuer rating. The rating reflects the district’s ability to repay debt and obligations.

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A designated homeless encampment is needed in Seaside, resident Sharon Johnson said at an April City Council meeting. “Port-a-potties and dumpsters are direly needed. With the summertime influ…

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Gearhart City Council reshuffled its office staff, adding the title of recorder to the tasks of executive administrative assistant Krysti Ficker, and selecting longtime Seaside School District…

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Threats of litigation at the proposed High Point location on North Marion Avenue and a reluctant seller are among the reasons Gearhart is looking at new sites for the city’s firehouse.

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On Monday, a live, stranded sea otter was reported at the south end of Manzanita Beach. This is the first live sea otter the Seaside Aquarium has ever responded to, Tiffany Boothe of the Seasi…

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Broadway Field was transformed into a garden of colorful eggs last Saturday as the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District brought back its beloved springtime tradition, the community Easte…