A tornado caused minor damage to two properties along the Kahnie Trail Loop near Manzanita on Tuesday morning.
Seaside campus project manager Jim Henry said the school district had rejected a bid for Seaside High School.
On Saturday, Jan. 25, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Seaside Fire and Rescue invites the community to an open house at the fire station, 150 S. Lincoln.
Gearhart volunteer firefighters responded to 491 incidents or calls for service in 2019. A breakdown of these calls are:
- Guest Column: Tragedy at Falcon Cove
- District rejects low offer on high school
- Marijuana recall hits Winberry Farms
- Chamber honors Seaside's best businesses, top volunteers
- Boys basketball: Seaside knocks off No. 1 North Marion
- Seen from Seaside: Arts for all, at the Tillamook Head Gathering
- Seaside takes first step to annex property south of city
- School district to see 'substantial completion' by July 27
- Cape Falcon tragedy: Vigil planned in Manzanita
- Seaside, Oregon State Police and Seaside Fire logs from Jan. 10
TUESDAY, Jan. 21
Superheroes and mere mortals arrived at the Bob Chisholm Center on Avenue A in Seaside for the 36th Annual Chamber of Commerce awards event Thursday night, Jan. 16.
The state Liquor Control Commission has recalled a marijuana product, some of it sold at a Seaside marijuana store, for potentially unsafe levels of pesticides.
Mark your calendar: the Seaside School District expects “substantial completion” of its $123 million construction project in the South East Hills by the end of July.
A “checkerboard” is how city officials explained annexation of 45 properties in south Seaside from the south corner of Avenue U to the north corner of Avenue S on South Roosevelt Drive.
Hood to Coast’s Director of Operations Ross Hubber called the 2019 Hood to Coast Relay “the best Hood to Coast since we started.” The 200-mile relay from Mount Hood to the Prom brought 1,050 t…
Service is restored in Gearhart after water was shut off effective immediately on both sides of U.S. Highway 101 between Dairy Queen and Sons of Norway in Gearhart due to a water main emergenc…
Blue Bond has operated galleries in Taos, New Mexico; Santa Fe, New Mexico; and Vancouver, Washington. But his new space at 613 Broadway in Seaside he considers his most ambitious.
A 7-year-old girl died and a 4-year-old boy is missing after being swept into the ocean Saturday afternoon off Falcon Cove.
Officials blocked off the Cove to traffic midday Saturday, Jan. 11, as the city braced for king tides and potential flooding.
MONDAY, Jan. 13
First on the City Council agenda for 2020: a bump in land use application fees.
With the first significant storm of the year heading to the Coast and a set of king tides, the city of Seaside called for visitors and residents to exercise “great caution.”
Seaside could take a step toward a more urban lifestyle, if the City Council adopts an amendment to eliminate or reduce parking requirements throughout the city.
“You bring them. You pack them. We store them.”
Around 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, a 30-pound loggerhead turtle was found on Sunset Beach, the Seaside Aquarium reported. The turtle had died before washing ashore.
Expect king tides to cause some flooding this weekend, as tides could reach more than 10 feet on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with waves as high as 40 feet offshore.
Land use and building fees are long in need of updating, City Administrator Chad Sweet and City Planner Carole Connell said in staff reports. The reports, to be delivered at Wednesday’s City C…
The care team at Providence Seaside welcomed the first baby of the decade, Odessa Zorannon Mulford. Born on Thursday, Jan. 2, at 2:59 p.m., sweet Odessa weighed 7 pounds, 1.2 ounces and measur…
TUESDAY, Jan. 7
The fire truck is here — and according to Deputy Chief Gordon Houston, a Seaside volunteer who is a professional firefighter in Portland, this is top-of-the line apparatus.
Seaside Fire Department Div. Chief David Rankin braved ocean waters Monday, Dec. 30, to come to the aid of a 17-year-old boy in distress.
The city has dropped a lawsuit against Shilo Inn over unpaid lodging taxes after the hotel chain agreed to pay.
Crabby Oyster changed hands last fall, but it’s all in the family. David Posalski owned the restaurant at 150 Broadway in 2013 before selling it to family members.
CMH Urgent Care in Seaside will debut after a nearly one-year construction process with a mid-February opening.
The Seaside School District is following recommendations from state agencies regarding which administrative rules need to be approved by the board of directors and which ones do not.
TUESDAY, Jan. 7
Wait until next year.
As she studied raptors in Oregon’s Zumwalt Prairie, researched the vegetation in Portland’s Forest Park and worked for the Oregon State Parks Foundation, wildlife biologist Marcy Cottrell Houl…
Trees down along Highway 26 and debris in the roadway from Elsie to Seaside caused difficult conditions and delays for drivers Thursday, Dec. 19, through the weekend.
No fighting, no alcohol or drugs, no touching or physical contact with other individuals.
MONDAY, Dec. 23
Brendan Buckley of Johnson Economics took Gearhart City Council and Planning Commission officials through the numbers in a Dec. 10 work session at City Hall.
Comfort Inn & Suites is among the hotels in Seaside going upscale.
For Katharine Parker, the fourth time proved a charm.
The city took action against Shilo Inn this month in Clatsop County Circuit Court.
Helping Hands announced Friday, Dec. 13, that it is looking to turn north Portland’s never-used Wapato Jail into a mixed-use facility for people experiencing homelessness.
Police arrested four youths after a short car chase and crash in Seaside that shut down the area east of North Wahanna and Shore Terrace Drive on Monday night.
The city of Gearhart and the Seaside School District will meet in coming months about the soon-to-be vacated Gearhart Elementary School.
TUESDAY, Dec. 17
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.
A trailer with three-ton and five-ton counterweights deposited modular school buildings to The Heights.
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…
“Good report card. Congratulations.”
Did you know there are people serving time in prison who never get a visitor, never get a letter, or receive a Christmas card?