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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. 

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The first chick of the season has hatched on the live osprey nest camera located at Broadway Park in Seaside. The camera is operated by the Necanicum Watershed Council in partnership with Suns…

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Three sections of the north coast trail system in Tillamook County will remain closed until at least spring 2023 while crews remove dangerous trees left from the September 2020 windstorm. A tr…

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Aaron Groth will share a presentation on fire risk in coastal Oregon as part of the Lower Nehalem Watershed Council’s speaker series on June 10.

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On June 9 at 7 p.m., Amy Eberling and Amanda Colbert of the Salish Sea School speak on “The State of the Endangered Tufted Puffins in Washington State,” in an online lecture as part of the Hay…

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Seaside urologist Laura Gordon will retire at the end of June. With 25 years experience, she has spent the last five years at Providence Seaside Hospital. The hospital is actively recruiting a…

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The Seaside Chamber of Commerce presented a ribbon-cutting event at Vineside, a wine bar at 737 Broadway, #2. The family-owned and operated wine bar offers national and international wine, app…

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As part of the company's commitment to supporting its communities, PacifiCorp Foundation, a nonprofit arm of Pacific Power, is donating more than $525,000 across the six states it serves.

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TLC, a division of Fibre Federal Credit Union, is delivering teacher appreciation gift baskets, packed with classroom essentials, to schools in several counties in Oregon and Washington state.

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The Sunset Empire Transportation District has a new goal of more public engagement, input and participation at its board meetings, committee meetings and during other projects. The monthly boa…

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A gathering for the annual National Day of Prayer is being held at 6:30 p.m. May 6 on the Clatsop County Courthouse steps, 749 Commercial St. in Astoria.

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Viewers of the popular live osprey nest camera in Broadway Park, which is operated by the Necanicum Watershed Council, awoke to the first egg on the seaon on Sunday.

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Seaside city councilors Randy Frank and present a town hall meeting on Tuesday, May 4 at 6 p.m. to gather input and concerns regarding parking in the downtown core area. All interested parties…

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Haystack Rock is home to the largest tufted puffin breeding colony in Oregon. In early April approximately 100 individual puffins show up at Haystack Rock. Most of the puffins have already fou…

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The Hoffman Center for the Arts hosts a book release and publishing workshop with local award-winning author, Melissa Eskue Ousley on Friday, June 11, at 4 p.m. on Zoom. The $25 registration f…

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SOLVE and the Gearhart Homeowners Association invite volunteers to a beach cleanup, on Saturday, April 17, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This event is part of the annual Oregon Spring Cleanup, presented b…

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The Clatsop County United Way is partnering with the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District to renovate the Railroad Community Garden to increase accessibility for patrons, beautify the ga…

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April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and the Seaside Police Department is teaming up with agencies from across Oregon and nationwide to increase enforcement efforts that help …

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Necanicum Watershed Council will be among participants at the Art in the Park event on April 17 from 1 to 4 p.m. Volunteers at Broadway Park will share information about the watershed council,…

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Friends of Haystack Rock present “Conversation IS Climate Action!” featuring Katie Voelke, executive director of the North Coast Land Conservancy, A presentation and conversation about how to …

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Coreen Mitchell and her husband were walking along Gearhart beach last Wednesday when they discovered a 6-foot broadnose sevengill shark, the Seaside Aquarium reported. 

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The Harbor has been awarded two competitive grants to improve its sexual violence prevention and response services, which will primarily focus on youth, LGBTQ and Latinx survivors.

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Columbia Memorial Hospital is presenting a check for $1,300 each to two Clatsop County organizations, Bergerson Construction and the Cannon Beach Conference Center, which both won the Heart Mo…

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Oregon and Washington typically see harbor seals born throughout spring and into late Harbor seal pupping season is here. summer, while California may see pups early as February. These young a…

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Art in the Park, Naturally + Virtually, takes place Saturday, April 17, from 1 to 4 p.m. The celebration of the city’s parks include educational activities and a tree giveaway. The program is …

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep Suzanne Bonamici, an Oregon Democrat who represents the North Coast, is accepting submissions for the 2021 Congressional Art Competition, which is open to any stude…

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This spring, volunteers who possess knowledge of Gorge, Mount Hood and North Coast trails are needed to serve as trail ambassadors.

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Families can join the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District on Saturday, April 3, from 10 a.m. to noon at Broadway Field for the district’s community egg hunt. The event is free.

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Tongue Point Job Corps Center is completing a service project to improve literacy in the community by collecting new books for the students of Lewis and Clark Elementary School during March.

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The United Way of Clatsop County is calling for volunteers to sign up for Day of Caring from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 17. Volunteers will receive water and a light lunch; social distancing and m…

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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, starting Monday and running throu…