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In these unprecedented times, I have found myself reflecting more and more on the importance of tradition. Our great nation is rooted in many wonderful traditions. They bind us together, they …

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As I watch Saturday’s misguided and ultimately futile attempt to turn back the clock to a time when we were free, I wonder where we’re going. As crisis by crisis, fear by fear, the elite gathe…

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‘Be smart; be kind,” said Gov. Kate Brown last week. “I’m asking Oregonians to be smart and be kind.” She spoke of the medical information, the economic concerns, the stresses and strains on e…

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If Seaside lodging reopens before phase two, we risk businesses unprepared for demand pushing against occupancy and supply constraints resulting in customers angry and abusive because their ex…

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Almost 20 years ago I entered my first year of college at Western Oregon University. I arrived on campus before most other students to play football. The team was staying in temporary dorms an…

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If Joe Foss and his friends really care and want to support Seaside, I’d love to see them move into the houses they own here. I deeply resent their complaints about how vacation rental dwellin…

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A vote for John Toyooka is a vote to help our county recover. In our current economic crisis, John has the experience to make the kinds of decisions that will be required to help our local bus…

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My family has owned a vacation rental in Seaside for 23 years and we have always truly cared about and supported Seaside in many ways, financially and otherwise. We aren’t sure where it starte…

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With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Columbia Pacific CCO is keenly aware of the additional burdens and challenges for everyone. We are so thankful for the dedication and response from …

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We need John Toyooka to help our businesses recover from the damage Clatsop County Commissioner Sarah Nebeker has done over the last eight years implementing harmful policies for our communities.

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Today I talked with Seaside Mayor Jay Barber. I asked him why and who made the decision of closing Seaside beach to locals when all other beaches are allowing their locals on the beach, even t…

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The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we view the world, adding masks and personal protective equipment to our daily lives. Hand-washing, stay-at-home orders, the beach is closed — here…

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One of the unfortunate consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, is that many of us have more of a need to find ways to remove our minds from this situation. Thus, we turn to avenues that may be …

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Like other schools around the state, Seaside schools have transitioned to distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Seaside High School and Broadway Middle School principal Jeff Roberts …

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Is the city council actively seeking to destroy the businesses in Seaside with this latest closure? Haven’t the panicking federal, state and county done enough harm. Do you want to make it wor…

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It is at times like these that I am so thankful to live in a community like Seaside! This is a community that knows how to care for one another and make the best of a difficult and challenging…

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Just before everything began shutting down and events, even modest events, were being canceled, over a delicious lunch of salad and sandwiches prepared by Seaside Coffee House, Astoria-based a…

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I live in Seaside and work in Cannon Beach and was an outspoken voice begging organizers of Savor Cannon Beach to cancel their event, which was eventually “strongly recommended to cancel” by t…

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Even in this era of disinformation campaigns and viral memes, Oregonians are nearly unanimous in their desire to have true and accurate information about our government.

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Grants are like your morning coffee. Wisely timed, they can provide a much-needed kick of energy and focus for a project you want to develop. Then — like an afternoon cup — they can stave off …

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The Clatsop County Chapter of the Oregon Hunters Association will host its annual fundraiser banquet March 21 at the Clatsop County Fairgrounds in Astoria, where guests will be served dinner a…

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I asked our county commissioners to consider adding cap and trade to the agenda for a thorough review. Only two of five are interested in investigating the issues surrounding the current legislation.