On Wednesday, May 8, Apricot Irving, recipient of the 2019 Oregon Book Award for creative nonfiction, gave a talk and read from her memoir, “The Gospel of Trees” at Beach Books as part of the Lunch in the Loft series. The memoir retraces the story of Irving’s family, missionaries working in …
Dan Nelson greeted members of the Seaside Chamber of Commerce, with designer Jody Whitehead Conser.
A contractor working for the Oregon Department of Transportation will be removing and replacing the traffic separator island on Roosevelt Drive (U.S. Highway) 101 between 10th Avenue and 12th …
As of Friday afternoon, nobody had announced their candidacy for the Clatsop Community College Board positions representing Warrenton and South County, leaving the spots likely be chosen by ap…
- Seaside water rescue helps save two
- Police investigate threat of school shooting at Seaside High School
- Fire at Bagels by the Sea caused by bark dust
- A Mighty Thai, End of the Trail win liquor permits
- Tsunami Skippers headed to Norway for World Jump Rope Championship
- Gretchen Hoekstre: Aiming to win
- Seen from Seaside: Scientists debate level of Gearhart fire station tsunami risk
- Fishing boat breaks up on the Columbia River Bar
- Tis the season ... for road work
- Responder reports
TUESDAY, May 21
Two of three open seats in the Seaside School District will see competitive races in the May 21 election.
Oregon coast naturalist Neal Maine still gets a thrill after many years of watching the osprey return to their nests in Seaside.
On July 2 through July 9, the Tsunami Skippers head to Norway to compete in the World Jump Rope Championship.
Seaside Fire responded to a call at Bagels by the Sea at 210 South Holladay Drive early Thursday evening, May 16.
After several Seaside High School students received an email warning from another student threatening a school shooting on Wednesday, one of the email recipients notified Seaside police.
Look down for the signs.
When Seaside students arrived at The Loft at the Red Building in Astoria for prom, the space was already dressed in swaths of lavender tulle, silver lanterns, strands of emerald green leaves, …
Two Seaside businesses won liquor permits at Monday’s City Council meeting.
Members of Seaside Fire Department’s water rescue team played a key role in the rescue of two people stranded on the rocks near Hug Point on Saturday night.
With the busy tourist season just around the corner, as well as the limited availability of long-term rentals in our area, Seaside Police remind the community that not everything on the intern…
Former Seaside municipal judge, Robert Moberg, will share some of the 150-year history of gillnet fishing at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 30, during Seaside Museum’s History and Hops series held at…
The Jewell School band placed second in its category at the Oregon School Activities Association championships on Friday.
Ask anyone to name a woman who was pivotal to the Corps of Discovery’s expedition out west, and one answer will be provided at a higher rate than any other: Sacagawea.
MONDAY, May 13
There’s new ownership at Seaside’s 94.9 The Bridge, as Sacramento couple Boomer and Dawn Barbosa purchased the radio station from Mark and Mickie Evans.
Members of the Seaside Planning Commission issued a probationary period to property owners Kelly and Jon Norling through Labor Day at their vacation rental dwelling at 441 16th Avenue.
Gearhart city councilors will join the fire station committee at their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, May 14, at 6:45 p.m., for a joint work session at City Hall.
There were winners and losers among local and regional nonprofits, as Seaside’s budget committee unanimously approved sending the proposed budget to the City Council for adoption.
Seven community members are vying for two open positions on the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District’s board of directors in the countywide Special Election on May 21.
A man who was reportedly driving erratically and at a high rate of speed got his car stuck in the Necanicum River estuary between Seaside and Gearhart on Sunday morning.
On Wednesday, May 15, the Necanicum Watershed Council offers final presentation of the season, led by Jed Arnold, community outreach and stewardship coordinator for Hampton Lumber and Dr. Chri…
Seaside Fire Calls
When it comes to protecting threatened and endangered wildlife in Oregon, the challenge is both identifying individual species that need attention, as well as promoting the concepts of steward…
The city of Gearhart presented and approved a first reading of its proposed 2019-20 budget on Wednesday, May 1. Ordinance 919 allows the city to impose taxes for the upcoming fiscal year, and …
During a forum April 30, candidates for Seaside School District’s Board of Directors shared their thoughts on a range of key education-related issues, including the separation of church and st…
An autopsy from the state medical examiner determined Travis Todd, the Forest Grove man reportedly assaulted in Seaside in March, died from complications related to intoxication.
Emergency responders in Clatsop County consistently administer naloxone for opioid overdoses at rates higher than the state average.
The Seaside Signal and Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District will host a board candidate forum on Thursday, May 2, from 7 to 8 p.m.
Nonprofits came before the city’s 2019-20 budget committee seeking assistance for programs and services.
“Vision” was the theme of Seaside City Manager Mark Winstanley’s 2019-20 budget presentation.
It’s happy “101” on U.S. Highway 101 for Marion Blake of Seaside. Marion was born April 29, 1918.
Twenty environmental groups are calling on Oregon to protect imperiled coho salmon with more restrictions on logging and roadbuilding in coastal forests.
MONDAY, April 29
Property has sat vacant at the fairgrounds for nearly 20 years
Local groups receive donations
Fire calls as reported by the Seaside dispatch:
Help wanted: construction teams at Seaside's Heights Elementary School.
Seaside Aquarium responded to a Guadalupe fur seal Monday, April 25. The fur seal had hauled out on the beach south of the Oysterville, Washington, approach.
On April 22, volunteers from Seaside Fire and Rescue, Gearhart, Hamlet and Cannon Beach fire departments joined to the rescue of hikers in distress.
The Seaside Aquarium reports westerly winds have brought velellas back to the beach, but not in huge numbers so far.
The North Coast Land Conservancy hopes to buy 95 acres near Tillamook Head that will close an important gap between its properties and state land.
Two restaurants featuring cuisines from around the globe, each won liquor licenses at the April 22 City Council meeting.
Eight local authors shared their work and insight into the literary process in a writers extravaganza during a community event to raise money to support library services and programs in Seasid…
The Seaside School District has made a few alterations to the 2019-20 school calendar compared to previous years to lessen disruption to instructional time and better align breaks and in-servi…
Thanks to Seaside High School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter, students can learn important professional skills and also practice putting them to use in competitions that simulate…
They’re jockeying into position, closing into the line, elbowing each other aside —