The schooner the Emily Reed, carrying 2,110 tons of coal, set sail from New South Wales, Australia, and headed to Bristol Bay, Alaska, in 1907. But she never reached her destination.
Where will a new City Hall be built and what will it look like?
Nearly 50 Democratic lawmakers called for a watchdog investigation of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Tuesday after the agency confirmed it had been force-feeding immigrant detaine…
SEASIDE — Seaside shouldn’t be liable for a $3.6 million claim filed by the family of an Oklahoma teenager who drowned in July 2016, lawyers for the city argue.
With the decadesold Violence Against Women Act left out of a recent funding bill, U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici met with staff of The Harbor in Astoria on Tuesday to discuss how the decision coul…
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- Hillsboro man suspected of abuse after getting stuck in the snow
- Cannon Beach police report
- Independent filmmaker debuts 'Vicious' in Manzanita
- Gomez, Swedenborg named to school board
- Bike trail closure
- Everyday People: Clatsop Works intern finds direction at Haystack Rock
- Maturing marijuana industry learning, specializing
- Authorities seek ID for woman found dead along coast
- Settlement draws concern from former Miss Oregon winners
The Seaside School District filled two vacancies Tuesday night.
TILLAMOOK, Ore. — The Tillamook County Creamery Association (TCCA) turned 110 years old on Feb. 13.
A Hillsboro man was arrested for attempted rape and other charges after he was found in a snowbound vehicle late Friday with a teenage girl.
Oregon is one of 16 states behind a lawsuit in federal court against President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency, calling the president’s decision to use executive power to fu…
LINCOLN CITY — The Oregon State Police is asking for the public’s help to identify the body of a woman found in the Pacific Ocean near Lincoln City.
Bird watching celebrated at Fort Clatsop
CANNON BEACH — Ellison Randall didn’t anticipate she would someday be pursuing environmental activism.
In what could be a first on the Oregon coast, a lodging facility in Manzanita has equipped its guest rooms with emergency go bags should the unthinkable happen, namely a devastating tsunami re…
Attention people of the future: on this day, the 14th of February, 2019, the city of Cannon Beach, State of Oregon, United States of America, Planet Earth, officials, civic leaders and public …
A 57-year-old man is accused of attempting to murder his cellmate while he was booked in Clatsop County Jail.
Investigations into abuse and neglect at adult foster homes on the North Coast helped unearth a disturbing lack of oversight in Clatsop County's developmental disability program.
New locations on safer ground
Clatsop County kindergartners this year were as or more ready for school than their peers statewide.
When recently retired state Rep. Deborah Boone began pushing a bill in January to prevent news media "fishing expeditions" for public records, people wondered what she meant.
Clatsop Community College is planning for contingencies, including potential tuition increases, if state funding doesn’t come in significantly higher than what Gov. Kate Brown has proposed.
SEASIDE — Twenty-three former Miss Oregons want more answers after a settlement between the state Department of Justice and former pageant directors Steve and Dana Phillips.
A bill aimed at prohibiting land use appeals by “bad actors” is being opposed by Oregon farm and conservation groups for potentially excluding affected people from development decisions.
They come looking for Ruger rifles, Glock handguns and standard shotguns.
PACIFIC COUNTY — Licensed marijuana producers and processors across Pacific County are cultivating rare cannabis strains while broadening production of concentrates and infused products.
HAMLET — Two adults and three children lost their Hamlet home after a nearby generator caught fire on Tuesday afternoon.
A new clinic that will provide methadone to treat heroin and prescription opioid addiction could open this fall.
CANNON BEACH — The city will no longer pay for visitor information center operations under a new contract with the Chamber of Commerce.
A 16-year-old girl was arrested Saturday after allegedly leading police on a high-speed pursuit through Seaside before crashing into a ditch north of Gearhart.
An ongoing forest health project at Fort Stevens State Park has prompted the weekday closure of the park’s Sunset bike trail. The trail will be closed Monday to Friday to all visitor foot and …
School enrollment in Clatsop County has grown nearly twice as fast as the state over the past five years, driven mainly by increases in Warrenton and Seaside, while Astoria slowly shrinks.
On Tuesday, Feb. 26, Fort George Brewery and Pub will donate 10 percent of all sales upstairs from 4:30 to 10 p.m., to benefit KMUN-FM. Space will be provided for additional fundraising.
A Warrenton woman who killed her dog last March pleaded guilty on Friday to aggravated animal abuse.
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden has proposed legislation that would give states a free hand to allow legal marijuana markets without the threat of federal criminal intervention.
The question isn’t whether or not Cannon Beach needs a new City Hall, but where it’s going to go.
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden and U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt have reintroduced legislation to cut taxes and regulatory hurdles for craft brewers, cider makers, vintners and distillers.
Could it happen here on the North Coast, a wildfire comparable to the November 2018 Camp Fire that, when it was over, was the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history?
Ellie Ludy moved to Gearhart from northern California in 2016.
A 21-year-old North Coast man has been indicted for allegedly raping two women and attempting to sexually abuse another woman at local get-togethers.
Crime statistics in Cannon Beach in 2018 were, “pretty average” overall, Chief Jason Schermerhorn said at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, with lots of weather-related incidents and false alarm…
Seaside School District Board of Directors President Steve Phillips submitted his letter of resignation at a special board meeting at the district office Thursday night.
The State Land Board has approved the sale of nearly 22 acres at South Tongue Point to Clatsop Community College for its Marine and Environmental Research and Training Station campus.
State Sen. Betsy Johnson has introduced a bill that would ease the requirements for counting hydroelectric power toward the state’s renewable energy goals — a move some say would weaken an eff…
Clatsop County is accepting applications for representatives on six newly-forming citizen advisory committees as part of a two-year project to update the county’s six community plans and compr…
A bill in the state Senate that would have toughened requirements for public records requests has been dropped after the legislation received more scrutiny than expected.
A Warrenton man has pleaded guilty to four counts of communicating false distress messages to the Coast Guard and one count of making a false statement.
Knife River Corp. is preparing for a future decommissioning of part of its Seaside quarry.
SEASIDE — The city and the Seaside School District are standing by City Councilor Dana Phillips and Seaside School District board president Steve Phillips after a settlement with the Oregon De…
Schools on the North Coast closed today because of wintry weather.
Volunteers are sought for the Haystack Rock Awareness program.
Clatsop Community Bank is being absorbed into Oregon City-based Lewis & Clark Bank in a merger expected to close by the middle of this year.
One of the biggest fears of pretrial release is that criminal defendants who get out of jail will commit new crimes.