SEASIDE —Clatsop County has administered more than 17,350 vaccine doses against the coronavirus.
Cole Herrington suffered wounds to his foot, ankle and leg after he was attacked by a shark in December near the Cove.
The entrance to Mill Ponds is only a few feet from U.S. Highway 101 in south Seaside, but a few steps in, the sidewalk ends and low reeds bristle along the water.
We spoke to this young family after seeing them at the entrance of Safeway along U.S. Highway 101 in Seaside on Thursday.
- One person taken to hospital after crash on U.S. Highway 101
- A quarter mile in quarters
- Providence North Coast CEO Don Lemmon to retire
- Two killed in Seaside overnight crash
- Gearhart responds to mismatched pipe lawsuit
- Seaside's Vaughn was a quiet steward of Gulls athletics
- Seaside police, fire, Oregon State Police, Gearhart fire reports
- Overnight RVs draw health, safety concerns on Necanicum Avenue
- In new budget, park district sees opportunity to expand services, revenue
- Workshop focuses on downtown Seaside parking issues
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