The world is watching as the Oregon Coast prepares to meet one of the nation’s most perilous threats, a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake and tsunami.
A novel set in Baker City? Now that would seem an unlikely setting for a literary endeavor. Or maybe the perfect one.
Perhaps the most unheralded local election is the one scheduled for Nov. 5 at the elementary and middle schools.
If there is a printed version of comfort food, it must be the phone book. What I really like most is the crisp pages, the smell of ground pulp, the thousands of names, tiny fonts and no intern…
- Merchant alert: Counterfeit $20 bills
- City of Gearhart, Sunset Rec eye Seaside school properties
- Seen from Seaside: Hall of Fame to celebrate inductees
- Cheerleaders are ready for the next level
- Residents call for new speed, vehicle limits on Sixth Avenue
- Non-injury bus crash in Manzanita
- Visitors Bureau wins Travel Oregon grant
- Cannon Beach to purchase former elementary school
- Vegan cooking, straight from Seaside
- Students to walk for tsunami awareness
Clatsop County’s housing crisis reverberates all the way to the halls of Congress.
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…
If you walk down the streets of Seaside, there’s one thing you don’t see much of.
Michael Skogg is one lucky surfer. He survived a potential attack by a great white shark, he reports, and he owes his survival to a device known as “Sharkbanz.”
The potential for a second coordinated care organization in Clatsop County could diminish the ability of some nonprofits to serve the needs of the community, Helping Hands Re-entry and Outreac…
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…
Where to build the Gearhart firehouse?
May is Oregon Wine Month!
The need is ever growing, Darren Gooch, executive director of the Food Bank said on a recent tour of the building in Seaside.
North Coast Family Fellowship celebrated Pastor Dan Dunn Day on April 7, a special gathering to celebrate the legacy of Dunn, and Patty, his wife of 54 years, and their work with the community…
Kerri Rosenblatt and Doug Forbes are the owners of Music 101 in Gearhart.
Firefighters are great at saving lives, but they’re not always as good at promoting on their own behalf.
Gearhart isn’t underwater, but new maps swathed in shades of blue delineate degrees of submersion.
Seaside’s surfers are upset about camera and drone operators at the Cove.
Amidst an abundance of quality Pacific Northwest fiction, Don Berry presents the most vivid naturalism: bringing to mind the scent of the woods, the hollow of a log or the whisper of a dream.
James Whitney Young was born in Portland 1941. He is an American astronomer who worked in the field of asteroid research. After nearly 47 years with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at their Tabl…
Seaside’s Neal Maine stopped in the Signal office with some words of warning. The naturalist, wildlife photographer and former science teacher at Seaside High School slipped an 8X10 photo from…
When Seaside’s Mary Blake read a remembrance of Tom Chatterton at the Seaside City Council this fall, newcomers may be unaware of the long history and contributions Chatterton made to the city…
When the Army Corps of Engineers issued a permit for water work in September for the school district’s campus construction in the Southeast Hills, officials and construction crews issued a col…
The fire started Nov. 8, in Butte County near the northern California city of Paradise. Before its containment on Nov. 25, the fire had burned more than 153,000 acres, destroying almost 14,000…