Every Oregonian has the right to direct a portion of their state taxes to fund arts and culture, but only a small percentage act on it.
Clatsop County voters should decline to sign the petitions that would force a recall vote on Rep. Tiffiny Mitchell. A recall will be expensive, and if it succeeds it will result in a represent…
As a Seaside resident and a senior, I am always very concerned with the home taxes going up year after year. I lived in Nevada for 35 years where they have a homestead exemption — which protec…
The holiday season is suddenly upon us, which means it is time to celebrate with our family and friends by sharing delicious meals together. However, for some in our community it is a time of …
The white signs posted around Seaside are becons of hope and encouragement in the challenging moments of life.
- Guest Column: Tragedy at Falcon Cove
- District rejects low offer on high school
- Marijuana recall hits Winberry Farms
- Chamber honors Seaside's best businesses, top volunteers
- Boys basketball: Seaside knocks off No. 1 North Marion
- Seen from Seaside: Arts for all, at the Tillamook Head Gathering
- Seaside takes first step to annex property south of city
- School district to see 'substantial completion' by July 27
- Cape Falcon tragedy: Vigil planned in Manzanita
- Seaside, Oregon State Police and Seaside Fire logs from Jan. 10
The volunteers of Seaside Laundry Love want to say a heartfelt thank you to those in our community that gave so generously to Laundry Love's Annual Clothing Giveaway.
I would like to thank Representative Tiffiny Mitchell for doing such positive things for our community and for standing up for what we believe in and need here on the North Coast.
I intend to dismiss my suit against the city (see “Seaside drowning suit,” A-1). The suit was my way of fulfilling an obligation I felt to Conner. The last act I could do for him, defend his c…
Before the REdfield-8 phone numbers were used in Seaside, the R.J. Marx article brought to mind the prior phone number scenario I remember when I visited my grandparents when they lived on Nor…
To the members of WOEC:
Long power outages are dangers to our health, livelihoods and quality of life. Western Oregon Electric Company Board of Directors’ policy and priorities are crucial aspects of how this is mana…
Remember when Seaside was quaint — idealistic — caring?
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.
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…
To all the operators of surrey bike rentals and the tourists who rents surreys:
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.
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…
John Dunzer re Seaside School District
I am writing this letter in support of Marti Wajc’s candidacy for the board of directors of the Sunset Parks and Recreation District.
To Gearhart City Councilor Kerry Smith:
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…
I am running for Astoria Port Commissioner, Position 4. I was appointed and have proudly served on the port commission for over a year. Unfortunately our port is facing serious financial and i…
Fellow Gearhart Citizens and Property Owners,
What is chip van doing on North Wahanna?
An amazing transformation has begun on the beach dunes of Gearhart. This has all happened through the hard work of City Manager Chad Sweet, Mayor Matt Brown, City Council, Planning Commission,…