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The Seaside Aquarium reported a large skate washed ashore at the Cove. "Upon closer examination we were able to determine that the four-foot skate was a female longnose skate," the aquarium's …

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After about four years of service, Patrick Nofield is resigning from the Seaside School District’s board of directors, effective Jan. 31.

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Establishing a beach and trail ambassador program, improving signs and starting a new message campaign about protecting natural resources are some of the ideas tourism leaders are proposing to…

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City residents receive fire, police, water and sewage, among other services, while people under county jurisdiction are served by other entities.

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Mayor Jay Barber, along with council members Tita Montero and Steve Wright, took the oath of office at Monday’s Seaside City Council meeting.

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Cannon Beach visitor Terrance Jorgensen was among onlookers at Saturday's dramatic Coast Guard rescue of two surfers at Indian Beach.

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The Seaside City Council broadened its scope and looked into the near future. At the top of the annual two- and four-year goal-setting agenda attended by City Council members and staff, housin…

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Beau Bennett of the Coraggio Group and Matthew Landkamer of the Coraggio Group, a consulting firm assisting the city of Seaside with the annual goal-setting process on Friday morning. 

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Cats and cat fanciers came to Seaside on Jan. 5 for the Emerald Cat Club show at the Seaside Civic and Convention Center.

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GEARHART — North Coast leaders struggling to address elk-related issues in their communities hope an organization with ties to the governor’s office will be able to help.

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Three Seaside School District’s properties will go to the real estate market this spring, as the district plans on selecting Norris & Stevens to represent the sales of Gearhart Elementary …

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In cooperation with the Seaside Police Department, Peyton Sims, a sophomore at Seaside High School, will be placing up to 1,000 “bottle tags” on alcoholic beverages for sale at participating b…

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The Cannon Beach Academy received a grant award from Oregon’s Department of Education to expand operations and provide further educational support to our community.

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The Oregon Department of Transportation reports icy conditions on many roads throughout Northwest Oregon this morning. This has resulted in a number of crashes.

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Homes along Sunset Boulevard near Tillamook Head were without power Saturday night through most of Sunday. Power was lost at 11:05 p.m. Saturday night due to high winds.

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“I came here for the beach and the people,” said Jacob Sullivan, operator and proprietor of Victory Barbershop Barbering & Supply, located on Holladay Drive in Seaside.

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Going five-years strong, the annual Tillamook Head Gathering continues promoting a mission of financially supporting the arts at Seaside High School while offering a festive, family friendly n…

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U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden will be in Astoria Sunday. His town hall starts at noon in the Columbia River Maritime Museum at 1792 Marine Drive.

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More than 1,000 people are without power on New Year's Day in Gearhart, parts of Seaside and the Surf Pines area.

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SEASIDE — Mo’s Restaurant is coming to Seaside.

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Residents are being asked to stay off the Necanicum River until further notice due to possible contamination from a broken sewer line near Avenue U.

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Few towns the size of Seaside — with a population just above 6,700 — have the kind of big-city initiatives underway here. Start with the $100 million-plus Seaside School District campus reloca…

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The Sunset Empire Transportation District will seek to expand their profile with a new move from the Seaside Outlet Mall to 39 North Holladay, the former home of the Seaside Downtown Developme…

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About “two or three” patrons a year are trespassed from Sunset Park and Recreation District each year, banned from use of the pool, skate park, community center and other district facilities.

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Two seats on five-member Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District Board of Directors will come up for election this spring.

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“We’re on our way,” Superintendent Sheila Roley said at the Thursday, Dec. 13, Seaside School District board meeting with the adoption of a five-year strategic plan.

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Throughout the fall the North Coast Land Conservancy’s Weed Warrior Wednesdays turned into Seed Warrior Wednesdays as volunteers gathered at the Circle Creek Conservation Center to roll clay, …

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Seaside City Manager Mark Winstanley announced a plan to borrow $5 million to pay for the city’s new water tank in the Southeast Hills.