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It’s time for the sweetest day of the year, National Donut Day. As Americans celebrate all the gooey goodness of donuts on June 4, they may not know that, unlike other fun holidays, Donut Day …

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It is with a heavy heart that I write this post. I learned yesterday that our dear friend Bill Berg died suddenly in a Portland hospital after several weeks of illness.

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The COVID-19 outbreak in India is a humanitarian crisis with global implications. It’s also a powerful reminder that we won’t end this pandemic anywhere unless we end it everywhere.

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I am asking you to please join me in voting for the reelection of the current Board members of the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District: Su Coddington, Celeste Tuhy Bodner, Mike Hinton, …

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In real estate, you must move quickly if an opportunity presents itself, especially if other buyers have offers in hand. The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District Board of Directors used …

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I cannot accept these vague representations from “Transparency” group candidates for Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District Board of Directors positions. They’ve no vision but a desire to …

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My friend Al called the other day. When I told him I wrote articles for local publications, he was interested. “What do you write about?” Good question. “Mostly church-lady politician stuff ab…

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Today’s headlines in the Daily Astorian, one on top of the other, with absolutely no irony: “County appeals to governor to lift virus restrictions,” and “County reports 14 new virus cases” (no…

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Let’s talk about pyrosomes! Often called sea pickles or sea squirts, pyrosomes are most commonly found in tropical waters, but stormy ocean conditions are known to bring the mysterious creatur…

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I value the park and rec department. I feel physical activity is an important component of health and wellness. I am impressed that my little community has three pools, a fitness room, skate p…

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Next week we will receive our voters’ pamphlet and ballot for this year’s special election. This election chooses leaders for our community college, local school districts, port, water, health…

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On April 3, 2021, my grandmother Claudia Foster Archibald passed away at her home in North Ogden, Utah. She was a monumentally important figure in my life and in our family’s course. I’d like …

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Kudos to Seaside’s Community Wellness Center aka Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District, where there is indeed something for everybody.

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This year we are celebrating the Seaside Prom Centennial of 100 years. The appealing promenade cement boardwalk that borders the ocean and offers beautiful views. I’ve walked, biked, rollerbla…

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That man from Clackamas County is right (letter, “Time to move transient RVs out of Seaside.”) It’s a travesty that people are living in broken-down RVs parked on the street.

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Over the past 14 months, I have found it necessary to visit the Astoria DMV on three different occasions and on each of those occasions, I found the representatives there to be professional, k…

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I have lived in Cannon Beach for twenty years and was drawn here by its stunning beaches, diverse tide pools, rocky habitats and wildlife. I’ve been a volunteer community scientist monitoring …

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What a year 2020 was. This past year has been like none of us have seen in our lifetime. The pandemic raged for most of the year, with periods of total business shutdown in the spring of 2020 …

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The transient RVs that are being allowed to camp for months across from the public restrooms at 12th and Necanicum need to be moved out of town. These people have expired registration dating b…

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After one of the hardest years many of us will ever experience, help is on the way for Oregon businesses and families. Gov. Kate Brown just unveiled a 10-point Economic Recovery Plan and the s…