Members of the Northwest Oregon Area Commission on Transportation heard plans for changes to U.S. Highway 101 in Gearhart, which could alter the four-lane highway to two lanes and a center median divider. The goal is a reduction in accidents and injuries, Gearhart City Administrator Chad Swe…
Applications are being sought for three open seats on the Arts Council of Clatsop County.
THURSDAY, Nov. 14
Applicants are being sought for an open seat on the Northwest Oregon Housing Authority Board of Commissioners.
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Visitors to the Seaside High School campus might not recognize it. It’s beginning to look like a school.
The Red Cross Cascades Region hosts a “Prepare Leader” training in Seaside on Nov. 19, from noon to 2 p.m. at Seaside Fire and Rescue, 150 S. Lincoln St. Meet some of the current Red Cross vol…
CANNON BEACH — The Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District has dedicated its communication room as a memorial for Alfred Aya.
For Cheryl Conway, of Astoria, volunteering with the North Coast Land Conservancy for their various Hands-on Stewardship events and Weed Warrior Wednesdays is about embracing not only the oppo…
Several businesses reported a man named "Matt" representing himself as an employee of The Astorian sought to collect money for a classified help wanted ad and a Clatsop County Relocation Guide ad.
The Oregon Department of Education’s recently released profiles on the Seaside School District and its individual schools shows positive signs in the areas of attendance and graduation rates, …
THURSDAY, Nov. 14
Gearhart eyes elementary school, but don’t hold your breath
The Healthy Oregon Project’s “HOP Spot” has moved from the Sunset Pool lobby after three months of dispensing DNA collection kits to determine inherited cancer risk of those who choose to part…
The students at The Heights and Gearhart elementary schools got a taste of a critical democratic process during Election Day on Nov. 5 as they cast their ballots to determine the name, colors,…
Members of “Team Depot” converged on this home on North Wahanna Road in Seaside this week for a labor of love. They responded to a request for assistance from a local veterans’ group to come t…
Wendy’s? McDonald’s? Burger King?
Melodie Chenevert became a museum owner and curator more or less by chance. She started collecting nursing memorabilia more than three decades ago, which led to her eventually opening the Lost…
Seaside firefighters Chris Dugan, Jenson Segui and Max Savage are heading back to Seaside this afternoon following a week in California assisting with the Kincade Fire in Sonoma County.
Sixth Avenue residents met with local businesses in early October to try to iron out traffic concerns in their neighborhood, with Mayor Jay Barber attending.
TUESDAY, Nov. 5
Ecola State Park will close Monday through Friday while crews remove trees that could pose a hazard along the entrance road.
The City Council sought to address the city’s need for affordable workforce housing with recommendations to eliminate the requirement for off-street parking spaces in the downtown corridor and…
CEO Erik Thorsen came before the City Council to announce Jan. 6 as the projected opening date of the Columbia Memorial Hospital primary care and urgent care clinic at the Seaside Outlet Mall.
City councilors approved an increase in the business license fee for vacation rentals, adding a fee to all permits, which are divided into three tiers based on occupancy.
The city of Seaside recognized the upcoming Veterans Day, Nov. 11, in three ways Monday night, with a proclamation, a proposal for a Vietnam memorial plaque, and a meeting change.
National First Responders Day on Oct. 28 recognizes the heroic men and women who make it their business to take immediate action when disaster strikes.
A test of the ClatsopALERTS! emergency notification system takes place Wednesday.
A segment of Ecola State Park Road leading to Indian Beach is closed today through Thursday as crews remove trees identified by Oregon Parks and Recreation Department foresters as at risk to …
“It’s pretty crazy to be in the midst of this again,” Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District Director Skyler Archibald said Tuesday, Oct. 22, at the meeting of the district’s board of dire…
Seaside Fire and Rescue sent a brush truck with the Columbia County Strike Team No. 4 to fight California wildfires, Chief Joey Daniels said Sunday.
Seventy-three feet, four inches. For those who turned out to the “Big Pumpkin Drop” Sunday in Seaside, that’s how far a more than 900-pound pumpkin will fall from 40 feet.
MONDAY, Oct. 28
Each year, Seaside High Schools Associated Student Body sets goals to bring unity into their school, in an attempt for the student body to come together as one. As the year progressed, assista…
Gearhart is taking applications for the Planning Commission. The commission consists of seven volunteer, voting members to be appointed by the mayor with a majority of the City Council.
A Seaside man pleaded no contest Wednesday to robbery in the first degree, driving under the influence of intoxicants and unauthorized use of a vehicle.
Buyers are taking a hard look at the Seaside School District’s three properties — Gearhart Elementary School, Broadway Middle School and Seaside High School — each built with an expected lifes…
Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District Position 5 board member Lindsey Morrison tendered her immediate resignation as of Sept. 20 for personal reasons. Now the board of directors is seekin…
The Bob Chisholm Community Center was bursting with revelers Saturday during the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District’s annual Fall Fun Fest, featuring Halloween-inspired décor, treats, …
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.
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.
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…
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.