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If you’re inclined toward observation, you may have noticed something out of the ordinary on South Holladay Drive, not far from Broadway. It’s a railroad car, a caboose in fact.

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Due to a garage full of smoke, I had reason this past week to call the Seaside Fire Department and I want to take this opportunity to thank those firemen who responded for the fine job they did.

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In Senator Betsy Johnson’s scripted speech before she voted against SB870 I can’t decide what’s worse; Johnson’s shocking defense of Donald Trump or her assault against the National Popular Vo…

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Last week Mr. Sax and I had an unusual day. What was unusual was we went out for lunch. Lunch at our house is a mundane affair; we eat, but not for fun, as much as for sustenance. My usual lun…

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Back in the ’70s I retired from the military and went to work for the post office. A few years later my brother retired from the military and moved to Oregon.

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Sometimes it takes a village to turn a negative into a positive.

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Author Debra Gwartney is coming to the South County this spring for a signing at Beach Books. Her “part history, part memoir,” “I Am a Stranger Here Myself” links diverse threads of her life i…

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We would like to thank the community of Cannon Beach and the Seaside School District for being so supportive of the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum and our decision to purchase the fo…

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Hang around enough dog people and you will hear, “A tired dog is a good dog.” Hang around a few positive reinforcement professionals long enough, and you’ll start to count the ways it isn’t true.

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Sometimes in life those around us inspire us to do better, to do more to help the community we live in.

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Thanks for running the "Preserving Pollinators" feature on May 31. I attended that particular “Listening to the Land” gathering at the library.

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I was invited to attend and all-day conference on coastal management, where presenters shared information on Federal Emergency Management Agency and Clatsop County planning.

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You might say “A Wandering Man” got its start in the 1990s when Robert Liddycoat and his late wife, Barbara, bought a home built around 1900 on North Downing Street in Seaside.

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Heavy morning mist. Unpredictable and shifting wind. The arrival of seemingly thousands of RVs and out-of-state license plates. Oh yes, spring is definitely in the air here on the North Coast.

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Many people love the idea of a simple life. Get back to a less stressful, more organic lifestyle. Knowing where your food comes from, build things for yourself, or grow plants, raise animals a…

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In the dog world, the term “socialization” refers to what professionals believe puppies need by about three months of age to support their future chances for emotional and behavioral stability…

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If there’s one man who represents the spirit of Seaside, it’s Stubby Lyons. Lyons, a former teacher, championship-winning coach, volunteer and longtime member of the City Council is 84, living…

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The piece “In Gearhart, what’s an acceptable level of risk?” (Signal, May 17) is unfortunate in that it fails to address the main points of my letters to the city, which I will repeat here:

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A couple of weeks ago my husband was walking down the street with one of our dogs when a car slowed down beside him. The car stopped and the window opened so the driver could speak to him.

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I am writing this letter in support of Marti Wajc’s candidacy for the board of directors of the Sunset Parks and Recreation District.

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CAPE D — Two more gray whales came ashore on the Long Beach Peninsula last week, one near The Breakers in Long Beach and the other in Cape Disappointment State Park.

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Robert “Steve” Stevens is a candidate for Port of Astoria Commission Position 4. He has served as a port commissioner since his appointment in August 2017. Stevens continues to distinguish him…