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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.

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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…

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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.

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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.

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“The killdeer story goes on,” reports nature photographer Neal Maine in delivering this picture of the species in Seaside.

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Without the old-fashioned social and silent auction, the Seaside Museum and Historical Society sought ways to keep the museum humming.

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“Treasure the Beach” cleanups resume Saturday, Aug. 1 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at 60 N. Prom in Seaside.

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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.

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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 …

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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 …

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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 …

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The Seaside Farmers Market opens Wednesday at 2 p.m., featuring more than 25 vendors, offering farm-fresh produce and handcrafted foods.

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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…

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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…

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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.

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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…