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Volunteers arrived early at the Seaside Visitors Bureau building on Saturday for the Rotary highway cleanup. The biannual event brings members of Seaside Rotary together to collect trash on U.…

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Photographer and naturalist Neal Maine calls the beaver “a large rodent with a master’s degree in engineering.” The beaver works one branch at a time, to construct dams, lodges and an entire e…

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Photographer and naturalist Neal Maine photographed these baby gveese this week a few hours after they hatched.

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Mail-in voting is free for the May 19 primary election. The state will provide postage-paid envelopes for mail-in ballots, the Clatsop County Clerk and Elections Department said.

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WARRENTON — Warrenton High School seniors Isabella Morrill and Mara Dowaliby have been selected to receive the 2020 L. R. Hitchman Family Achievement Award, which offers a $1,000 award to defr…

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TLC, a division of Fibre Federal Credit Union, is stepping up to help ensure children don't go hungry while schools are closed by pledging to donate up to $55,000. The funds will be disbursed …

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Pickups are being made at Safeway, Rite-Aid, Costco, Walmart and Fred Meyer for residents of the city of Gearhart or the Gearhart Rural Fire Protection District who are quarantined, a senior c…

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Registration for CoastWalk Oregon, a three-day walk on the Oregon Coast Trail benefitting North Coast Land Conservancy, opens April 1. Dates for the 2020 event are Sept. 11, 12 and 13. Details…

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Beachgoers are urged to help recovery efforts of the threatened western snowy plover by staying on the wet sand at snowy plover beaches during nesting season, through Sept. 15.

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Seaside Surf Shop owner Dennis Smith invited surfers to score today’s hottest commodity. With the purchase of a new surf board customers receive a free roll of toilet paper. 

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A “panda” shared a message to motorists on U.S. Highway 101 in Seaside in front of City Hall.

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What was it like to be part of the Grateful Dead’s extended family, following the legendary rock band’s journey from its time in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood to touring across t…

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Play within a play offers a glimpse into community theater 

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ASTORIA — The Lower Columbia Classic Car Club will host its 28th annual swap meet on Saturday.

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Encore Dance Studio and Encore Performing Arts Foundation offer tuition-free community ballet and tap classes to students of all experience levels and abilities.

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A crowd gathered at the Relief Pitcher for its annual “spicy food” competition on Sunday night. Winners got a plaque and bragging rights. Chef Jonathan Hoffman won first prize. 

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Trail’s End Art Association in Gearhart announces “Watercolor: The Basics You May Have Forgotten,” a series of four classes in April to be taught by Gheri Fouts.

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“When I’m in the Cove picking up garbage a frequent question is, ‘What is the most unusual thing you’ve found?’” Seaside’s Joyce Hunt, a longtime surfer, said on March 9. “I used to struggle w…

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On March 19, the Friends of the Seaside Public Library will host documentary filmmaker Ron Walker as he presents his film “The Art of Astoria.” The event will take place in the Community Room …

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On Saturday, March 14, the Friends of the Seaside Library will Rosie McGee speaking about her book “Dancing with the Dead.” The event will take place in the Community Room at 1 p.m.