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Kathleen Macdonald, right, an activist with Indivisible North Coast Oregon, made two large flags to guide hundreds of people on the third-annual Women’s March through downtown Astoria on Saturday afternoon. Women led marches across the Pacific Northwest and the nation with messages directed …

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Seaside Aquarium responded to a report of a Guadalupe fur seal Friday, near Ocean Shores, Washington.

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Trails End Gallery features photographer Liesa West with an opening reception takes place 2-5 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 2. The exhibit will be on view throughout the month.

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Three new providers have joined the Providence hospital's professional staff: family nurse practitioners Dianna Doyle, FNP, and Debra White, FNP, and family physician with obstetrics, Jiyeon J…

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A program to assist families struggling with the cost of doing laundry returned to Seaside this month.

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The deadline for Seaside High School and Clatsop Community College students to apply to the 2019 Clatsop WORKS Paid Summer Internship Program is Jan. 31. 

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Ronnie Klemple and his wife and business manager Denese started North Coast Handyman & Woodworking in June 2017.

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The Friends of the Seaside Library will host documentary filmmaker Ron Walker as he presents his film series “Seattle by Trolleybus” and “Christian and His Seaplanes.” The event will take plac…

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The Manzanita Writers’ Series will host a weekend of poetry workshops and readings on March 15-17, featuring award-winning poets Andrea Hollander and John Brehm.

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So what is happening with the Tillamook Lighthouse, anyway? After Terrible Tilly (pictured in 1901) was declared surplus by the federal government, it was sold several times, the last buyers b…

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Pianist Tom Grant is a longtime leader on the Portland music scene, an award-winning jazz and New Age music star with an international audience. After graduating from the University of Oregon,…

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Mi Corazón, the newest restaurant in Cannon Beach, promises to be a visual banquet for art lovers as well as a satisfying culinary experience for those hungry for Central Mexican cuisine.

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On Wednesday, Jan. 30, the Seaside High School Jazz Ensemble will be performing a joint concert with the North Coast Big Band at the newly renovated Times Theatre in downtown Seaside.

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If we luck out and the evening is clear, Pacific Northwest residents are in for one of nature’s great shows on Jan. 20.

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What’s your vision of a healthier future? What helps you to be healthy and what gets in the way? What can we do to improve or help you to live your best life?

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Seaside High School’s traditional Winter Week filled with festivities adopted a more philanthropic tone this school year as student leaders simultaneously hosted their Dollars for Doernbecher …

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On Wednesday, Jan. 16, the Necanicum Watershed Council welcomes you to “Conservation Land and Public Access: The Pros and Cons, Join the Discussion.”

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The 4-H Leaders Association is holding a Family Bingo Night fundraiser on Jan. 19. Doors will open at 6 and bingo will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Bob Chisholm Center in Seaside, 1225 Avenue A. …

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Seaside's branch of the American Association of University Women will be joining the Astoria AAUW to present its 17th annual WINGS conference at Clatsop Community College on Feb. 9.

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The Seaside brand of the American Association of University Women hosts a panel discussion on homelessness, to be held at Beach Books 10 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 19.

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On Jan. 10, geologist Tom Horning will lead a journey through time discussing the Nehalem Alps, their formation, the Yellowstone Hotspot, uplift of the coast range, the Tillamook volcanics and…

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Red Cross blood drives will be held in Seaside, Astoria and Warrenton to meet the urgent need for blood and platelets.

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Tom Grant and vocalist Shelly Rudolph appear at the Astoria Golf and Country Club on Saturday, Feb. 2. Their set highlights an evening of music and fine dining, with an evening opening perform…

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Gray whales are on the move south again this December and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is celebrating the migration with the annual Whale Watching Week Dec. 27-31.

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The Barnyard and Company 4-H Club in Seaside is looking for new members. There focus will be on teaching youth how to care for and feed their animal; how to meet industry standards; animal pro…

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It’s 5 Cafe and Artisanal Distillery has opened in the Outlet Mall. An official grand opening will be celebrated Friday, Dec. 21.

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Seaside High School’s ASB presents "Dollars for Doernbecher" with a goal to raise $1,500 for Doernbecher Children's Hospital in Portland.

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Four wellness businesses, including Seaside Yoga Studio & Retreat Center, Jenn Visser Mind/Body Coaching, Healthy Hub Massage & Wellness, and Ancient Health and Healing will open their…

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On Saturday, Dec. 15, from 1 to 3 p.m., the Sunset Empire Park & Recreation District will be hosting the Santa Swim at the Sunset Pool. All ages are welcome.

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The Seaside City Council recognized Don Johnson for his service to the city, with more than 20 years as a volunteer. Mayor Jay Barber delivered a plaque to Johnson Monday night “for someone we…

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From Dec. 15 to Jan. 1, the Seaside Police Department, along with other Clatsop County law enforcement agencies, will be participating in a high visibility enforcement program for driving unde…

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The Seaside Aquarium's annual food drive "Feed the Seals, Feed the Community" is currently underway.

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Thanks to Seaside High School seniors Taylor Carson and Holly Snook, the choir will once again be putting on a winter musical revue to entertain the public and raise money for their program.

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After the bathing and the clipping and the nail trim and the ear cleaning and at last the bows and ribbons, when your pet is indeed camera ready, they’re led to the pink chaise.

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Don Lemmon has accepted the position of chief executive for Providence North Coast Service Area, which includes Providence Seaside Hospital. For nearly four years Lemmon has served as director…

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Their state medalist swimmer is gone, but the Seaside Gulls still have plenty of swimmers who can score points as they enter the 2018-19 season.