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Adults and teenagers are invited to join geologist Tom Horning for “Preparing for Tsunamis: How Soon and How Big?” on Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. in the Seaside Civic and Convention Center’s Riverside Room.

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Northwest Piano Trio returns to Cannon Beach to perform a free, all-classical concert, 3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 10, at Cannon Beach Community Church, 132 E. Washington St. in Cannon Beach.

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Maureen Casterline and Carol Brenneman, co-presidents of Seaside AAUW Scholarship Foundation, received checks from Alisa Dunlap, regional manager of Pacific Power Foundation for $2,000 for fir…

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Not exactly something you find everyday along the Columbia River. This 6-foot Mola mola, also known as an ocean sunfish, was brought up river by the high tide early last week. Mola mola are of…

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Wayne Davis of Seaside has been named to Southern New Hampshire University’s summer 2021 dean’s list. Eligibility for the dean’s list requires that a student accumulate an academic grade point…

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Dylan Milliren of Seaside created a group on Facebook called Artists Unite, dedicated to bring artists of all types together to bring hope to those captive in their homes, encouraging those on…

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The Sou’Wester Garden Club will hold a workshop from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 22 at the Bob Chisholm Community Center in Seaside.

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After taking inventory at the Sunset Recreation Center, the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District will be offering surplus items for sale to the public, on Wednesday, Sept. 15, from 3 to …

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The Seaside Museum, assisted by a grant from the city of Seaside Tourism Advisory Committee, sponsors Lewis and Clark Salt Makers on Sept. 11 and Sept. 12.

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Thanks to a grant from Elks National Foundation Seaside Elks Officers presented a $2,000 check to the South County Food Bank on Aug. 24. The grant will help purchase needed food items to feed …

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Kelly and Cary Ray have a clear vision for their new art and music shop in downtown Seaside. For them, it is intended to be a place that uses creative self-expression and self-acceptance to pr…

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On the third day of the 2021 Asian American Hotel Owners Association Convention and Trade Show, the association recognized achievement and excellence in the hospitality industry with its annua…

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With a surge of COVID-19 cases at least partially attributed to the delta variant of the virus, the leadership team at the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District may alter policies regardi…

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The fourth annual Seaside Run to Break the Chain 5K will be held on Saturday, Aug. 14, at 9 a.m. The family-friendly race will begin on the beach at 12th Avenue and participants will run the l…

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Where did the Pacific North Coast Indians come from and where did they go? Local author Brian Ratty’s new book “Broken Arrow: History, Myths and Legends of the Pacific North Coast Indians” is …

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Tickets for the Clatsop County Court Appointed Special Advocates Benefit Raffle are on sale until 5 p.m. Aug. 29. A total of 500 tickets will be sold for $20 each. Tickets will be entered into…

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Pacific Ridge School librarian Maureen Ogilvie kicked off the summer season with the Seaside School District Bookmobile in Cannon Beach. She gave free books to children aged preschool to high school.

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The new KMUN translator in Cannon Beach is at the north end of town, well above the inundation zone atop a 50-foot tower that is much closer to the tops of the surrounding trees. Find KMUN at …

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The Clatsop County Master Gardener Association has selected Westin Carter of Gearhart as the recipient of its 2021 scholarship award. The $2,000 grant will support Carter, a member of the Seas…

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“When we check into hotels, we rarely think of the owners whose entrepreneurial spirit has created the luxurious accommodations we immerse ourselves in. And for Asian American hoteliers, bring…

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In celebration of the Prom Centennial, the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District is hosting a chalk art contest on the Seaside Promenade. The event is open to artists of all ages and skil…

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The Seaside Visitors Bureau and Tourism Advisory Committee awarded $16,900 in grant funding to five organizations for six upcoming events through the 2021-2022 Tourism Grant Program.

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The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District recognized preschoolers moving on to kindergarten with a drive-through celebration on Friday, June 18, in the Sunset Recreation Center parking lot.

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In celebration of the Seaside Prom Centennial, the Seaside Public Library, in partnership with the Seaside Museum and Historical Society, will be hosting an art exhibit starting June 24 throug…

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Eva Hill who had perfect attendance from kindergarten through fifth grade. Her teacher, Luke Miller, said Hill is an amazing student.

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Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, 320 First Ave. in Seaside, needs double, queen and king flat sheets for the quilting club. To donate, contact Claudia Kulland at 503-505-1626.

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David Pavlik and Dawn Fujiwara-Pavlik of Seaside Slushies & Dogs. They opened in August 2020 and are now open five days at week at 550 Broadway.