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Gearhart volunteer firefighters responded to 491 incidents or calls for service in 2019. A breakdown of these calls are:

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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.

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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…

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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.”

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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.

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The city has dropped a lawsuit against Shilo Inn over unpaid lodging taxes after the hotel chain agreed to pay.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…