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Josh Fry describes himself as “a nerd at heart” which is how he transitioned from his 20-year career as a chef to becoming a professional mixed media artist working in stencil and spray paint.

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On a muggy afternoon last week, a group of young campers rested on the grainy shore at Short Sand Beach, their hair streaked with salt water after their morning surf session at one of Sunset E…

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Seaside Fire Department, police and lifeguards responded mid-Saturday afternoon to a brush fire in Seaside, in grass near Avenue K and the Prom.

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SEASIDE — The last of three osprey chicks in a Seaside nest that is the subject of a popular online livestream died sometime Wednesday night.

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Thai Me Up, a Thai Restaurant at 1575 South Roosevelt, and Hop and Vine, a bottle shop and tap room at 220 South Columbia, each went before the City Council Monday, July 8, seeking liquor licenses.

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As work continues at the Seaside high school and middle school campus site in the Southeast Hills, the city added one more element to the construction checklist as they approved a contract to …

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Angi Wildt had her first job in an art gallery in Cannon Beach about 15 years ago. In 2013 she was living in California, working in a gallery.

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With complaints from the 2018 holiday, Seaside officials ramped up efforts to deter illegal fireworks with both personnel and educational outreach, including public service announcements and e…

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Nationally acclaimed author Erica Bauermeister read from “The Scent Keeper” at Beach Books in Seaside on June 19.

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While legislators in Salem reversed course on tsunami hazard planning, the city of Gearhart became the first city in Clatsop County and one of six along the Oregon Coast to adopt a tsunami res…

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While cities up and down the North Coast celebrated the Fourth of July with the traditional parades and firework shows, Seaside’s own festivities were topped with another special event present…

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Sadie, a 12-year-old golden retriever, left her house on Seventh Avenue in Seaside after hearing fireworks. Sadie is a hospital therapy dog for “Angels on a Leash.”

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The Gearhart walking parade will follow the usual route. At 10:30 a.m., parade marchers line up in two parallel lines on Marion facing south between 10th and Eighth. The parade starts at 11. 

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SEASIDE — Armed with a passion to demonstrate that the Miss America competition and its state and local programs are open to a diverse group of women, Miss Portland Shivali Kadam was crowned M…

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When the candidates step onstage during the Miss Oregon Scholarship Pageant, they are encouraged to stay focused on one primary goal: Beating their own best.

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With new owners, Cliff and Debbie Duncan, the Big Kahuna Pub and Grill in Seaside came before the City Council on June 24, seeking a full on-premises sale license, to allow the sale of distill…

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The city of Seaside took care of business, as councilors approved the 2019-20 city budget. The budget, approved June 24, reaches almost $67 million.

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Seaside’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the family of an Oklahoma teenager who drowned in Seaside in 2016 was denied in May by Circuit Court Judge Dawn McIntosh.

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Hot dogs, burgers, dancing, races and a bouncy house for the kids. Even some of the post-60 set were seen kicking it up on the swings. The message was fitness as Sunset Empire Park and Recreat…

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Traffic delays are ahead throughout the summer as work in Seaside continues from U.S. Highway 101 at the Dooley Bridge to the Junction of U.S. Highway 26, mileposts 22.52 to 24.95.

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The Seaside High School Associated Student Body presented the city’s Mayor Jay Barber with a gift of $5,000 on Friday, June 14, to be used toward the wayfinding project coordinated through the…

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After concerns about illegal fireworks on the Fourth of July, councilor Tita Montero presented ways to prepare for a safer holiday.