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Establishing a beach and trail ambassador program, improving signs and starting a new message campaign about protecting natural resources are some of the ideas tourism leaders are proposing to…

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The Sunset Empire Transportation District is missing more than half of its operational funding because of the government shutdown and could soon have to look at cutbacks.

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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 Seaside School District Board of Directors  seeks candidates for a vacancy left by the resignation of Patrick Nofield who announced his resignation at the Jan. 15 School Board meeting. Nof…

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City residents receive fire, police, water and sewage, among other services, while people under county jurisdiction are served by other entities.

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SALEM — Oregon’s two senators on Tuesday urged the head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to update federal regulations to permit interstate commerce of food products containing a key n…

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The Biennial Nehalem Estuary Cleanup takes place March 9, with an opportunity to spend a day making a lasting difference in Nehalem Bay Estuary.

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Cannon Beach visitor Terrance Jorgensen was among onlookers at Saturday's dramatic Coast Guard rescue of two surfers at Indian Beach.

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nvasive English ivy has a foothold along the Skipanon River in Warrenton, where it climbs into Sitka spruces and other native trees, causing them to rot and ultimately topple. North Coast Land…

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An aircrew aboard an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter from Coast Guard Sector Columbia River rescues two surfers trapped in a cove near Indian Beach, Ore., Jan.12, 2019.

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The board chairwoman at Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare has resigned, explaining that the performance of the board and the mental health agency no longer aligned with her core values.

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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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Three Seaside School District's properties will go to the real estate market this spring, as the district plans on selecting Norris & Stevens Real Estate to represent the sales of Gearhart…

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With his crisp beige Stetson and new white-patterned ranch shirt, Shawn Jones stood out as an atypical — yet relevant — voice in the debate surrounding a proposed liquefied natural gas pipelin…

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In cooperation with the Seaside Police Department, Peyton Sims, a sophomore at Seaside High School, will be placing up to 1,000 “bottle tags” on alcoholic beverages for sale at participating b…

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The Cannon Beach Academy received a grant award from Oregon’s Department of Education to expand operations and provide further educational support to our community.

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Wolves from the Rogue pack continue to prey on cattle at Mill-Mar Ranch in southwest Oregon, frustrating rancher Ted Birdseye and prompting him to get creative with ways to fend off the predators.

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Though some Oregon farmers are worried about facing accusations of contaminating marijuana with pesticides, state investigation records show such allegations have been relatively scarce.

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The Oregon Department of Transportation reports icy conditions on many roads throughout Northwest Oregon this morning. This has resulted in a number of crashes.

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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, left, and Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., speak about the borders of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument at Hyatt Lake in this July 15, 2017, file photo. Zinke told…

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The Seaside Seagulls boys basketball team defeated Estacada at home in nonleague play, 65-32. The Gulls now stand at 10-2.

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Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District volunteers responded Friday after to Indian Beach for a report of a man who fell and suffered a broken nose.