Local noncommercial radio station KMUN was awarded a COVID-19 relief grant of $11,000 from the Oregon Community Foundation. The grant was secured in late July.
As Seaside High School moves from to its new campus, members of the Seaside High School Hall of Fame committee seek to return plaques to their recipients.
ASTORIA — Clatsop Community College’s volunteer literacy program is seeking tutors to work remotely with students.
Fishing is free in Oregon on Saturday and Sunday.
- Competing rallies draw heated crowds in Seaside
- Seaside couple bring passion for biking to new store
- District faces construction delays, takes $9 million loan
- Letter: David Posalski to run for Seaside City Council
- Saltline Hotel debuts in Seaside with ribbon-cutting
- Seaside offers hybrid, full online classes to start school year amid virus
- Office workers will have to wear masks indoors as COVID-19 emergency extends into fall
- Mobile radar system aims to thwart Gearhart speeders
- Code compliance officer addresses backlog, complaints
- Gearhart city administrator pleads no contest in DUII charge
Seaside and Gearhart will be among communities again distributing free face masks to the public as part of the third event organized by the Clatsop County Emergency Management office.
John “Rick” Barry and Barbara Barry, of Hillsboro, new owners of the Whet Spot, sought and received an on-premises and off-premises sales license for the tap room at 12 N. Holladay from the Se…
Workers from the U.S. Census Bureau will be in Seaside and Gearhart next week to help people respond to the census.
The Lower Columbia Hispanic Council is now Consejo Hispano.
Cynthia “Cyndy” O’Reilly joined Windermere Realty in Gearhart as a real estate broker. She joins a network of more than 500 professionals in 14 offices.
For almost five decades, Morris’ Fireside restaurant in Cannon Beach served locals and visitors classic Northwestern fare: halibut fish and chips, pan-friend oysters, steamer clams, crab cakes…
Gearhart will celebrate the grand opening of a community emergency container program on Aug. 23.
Sunset Empire Transportation District will hold a meeting Aug. 18 to focus on transportation needs in Clatsop County for older adults, individuals with disabilities and the public.
NW Connector offers an enhanced online trip planner for riders to and around the northwestern part of the state.
Some of Seaside’s beloved signature events got a boost in July as the annual Tourism Grant Program in Seaside awarded more than $28,000 in funding to six different organizations for the 2020-2…
Gov. Kate Brown on Wednesday ordered bars to close earlier, lowered the age for mask requirements, further limited crowd sizes and said she may impose travel restrictions.
Aiding financially crippled businesses and the impact of alcoholism on public health were the center of debate Tuesday at a meeting to consider extending off-site alcohol sales rules put in pl…
Lights are on their way to the basketball and pickleball courts at the park space between the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District and Broadway Middle School.
“The killdeer story goes on,” reports nature photographer Neal Maine in delivering this picture of the species in Seaside.
Along the Oregon Coast sandy beaches are constantly changing.
Without the old-fashioned social and silent auction, the Seaside Museum and Historical Society sought ways to keep the museum humming.
“Treasure the Beach” cleanups resume Saturday, Aug. 1 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at 60 N. Prom in Seaside.
Runners are invited to the third annual Seaside 5K Run to Break the Chain on Saturday, Aug. 15, at 9 a.m. Registration opens at 8 a.m.
‘Treasure the Beach’ cleanup
Celebrating 16 years in 2020, the next Seaside First Saturday Art Walk, will be held 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1. The free event takes place between Holladay Drive and Broadway Street in the …
Home and business property owners can expect appraisers from Clatsop County’s Assessment and Taxation Department to inspect properties within Seaside’s city limits as part of the department’s …
Oregon State University named local students to the scholastic honor roll for the spring term. A total of 7,004 students earned a B-plus (3.5 grade point average) or better to make the listing…
On Thursday cities, fire districts and community emergency response teams in Clatsop County will host drive-thru mask handout events between 4 and 7 p.m. at Cannon Beach City Hall, the Elsie-V…
Jessica Newhall took the role of associate director of the Clatsop Community College Small Business Development Center on July 1.
Small businesses in Clatsop County struggling with the coronavirus pandemic are eligible for $120,000 in emergency grants.
Cannon Beach Library’s annual Fourth of July book sale is canceled this year, due to the coronavirus.
‘This is the only piece of public art in Gearhart,” Gearhart resident and artist Harold Gable said last Saturday.
Seaside’s Tyler Shell and Naomi Langdon are among the Oregon Connections Academy class of 2020.
Sister Della Marie Doyle, from Seaside, was elected the Reverend Mother of the Franciscan Sisters, Third Order Regular of Penance of the Sorrowful Mother on June 6. Bishop Jeffrey Monforton of…
It was a familiar scene on Pacific Way for the past three months: visitors peering through the bakery window as if they could somehow will back the cinnamon rolls, chocolate croissants and veg…
The Sweet Shop installed the work “Trantler‚” by artist Keri Rosebraugh, on June 19. The 12 1/2-foot tall, 320-pound sculpture is based on combining two predominant elements, the wild elk tha…
Fireworks season started Tuesday and runs through July 6. Consumer legal fireworks can only be purchased from permitted fireworks retailers and stands, state fire marshal Jim Walker said in an…
Residents can pick up free face masks at the Seaside and Gearhart fire stations on Thursday.
Connor Kealey, of Cannon Beach, a participant in Clatsop Community College’s TRIO Student Support Services Program, has been named a Ford Scholar for 2020.
Local graduates from Oregon State University’s Class of 2020 include Gearhart’s Josiah I. Sigler, who earned a Bachelor of Science degree in construction engineering management and a Bachelor …
“Big strong coffee for a bold man,” is how Justin and Vanessa Boone described their Nuff Said coffee, roasted fresh daily.
Seaside Superintendent Sheila Roley will be retiring this month, but her family wants to make sure her legacy is remembered at Seaside High School.
The Seaside Farmers Market opens Wednesday at 2 p.m., featuring more than 25 vendors, offering farm-fresh produce and handcrafted foods.
School’s out — officially — and families in Clatsop County may be wondering what youth activities are available this summer with COVID-19 having led to the cancelation of numerous programs and…
Seaside’s biggest fish is long gone, but a reproduction of the classic “Safeway salmon” lives on at Goodman Park.
The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life is going virtual this year. Participants are invited to decorate a luminaria bag and place it lit in front of their homes on July 11 from 9:15 to 1…
Sweet Shop owner Traci Williams envisions the new sculpture in her outdoor garden on Pacific Way as a way to encourage conversations about unity and diversity.
Gearhart Elementary School first-grade teacher Tracey Wright wants students to take away something special from their school year.
The parents of Portland resident Andie Robertson photographed this harbor porpoise at the beach in Gearhart last weekend.
Moss Forest Sanctuary in Astoria is looking for volunteers of all abilities and strengths to help with various chores and projects at a summer work party on Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.
The family of a 21-year old woman who died after falling on Neahkahnie Mountain last May has set up a GoFundMe campaign to help local fire districts buy new rescue equipment.
CANNON BEACH — The Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce's 56th annual Sandcastle Contest will be virtual this year due to the coronavirus.
Jackson Januik, of Gearhart, and Niquilla Blodgett, of Seaside, were among those named to the dean’s list at George Fox University for the spring semester. Traditional undergraduate students m…
In just 13 days, realtors with Windermere Real Estate raised nearly $170,000 for approximately 50 food banks across Oregon and southwest Washington. The total donated by offices in Lincoln Cit…