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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…

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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.

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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. 

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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.

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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 …

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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.

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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 …

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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 …

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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…

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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.

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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…

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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…

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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.

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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 …

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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…

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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…