A program to assist families struggling with the cost of doing laundry returned to Seaside this month.
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…
City residents receive fire, police, water and sewage, among other services, while people under county jurisdiction are served by other entities.
A strange glaze on the beach
A six-month moratorium on new connections
- Mi Corazon comes to Cannon Beach
- Eyewitness shares dramatic rescue
- Surfers rescued in Cannon Beach
- Local transit funding hit hard by government shutdown
- Vacancy for Cannon Beach seat on school board
- Water shortages force Falcon Cove to look for alternatives
- Coast Guard misses first paycheck amid shutdown
- Executive director returns to Clatsop County mental health agency
- North Coast Tourism Studio outlines goals, projects
- Meet the Merchant: Sleepy Monk Coffee Roasters
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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.
Cannon Beach visitor Terrance Jorgensen was among onlookers at Saturday's dramatic Coast Guard rescue of two surfers at Indian Beach.
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…
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.
Coast Guard crews rescued two surfers at Indian Beach in Ecola State Park on Saturday.
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.
Gearhart is among the cities feeling the pinch
Two planning commissioners appointed
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…
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…
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.
The Oregon Department of Transportation reports icy conditions on many roads throughout Northwest Oregon this morning. This has resulted in a number of crashes.
The Seaside Seagulls boys basketball team defeated Estacada at home in nonleague play, 65-32. The Gulls now stand at 10-2.
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.
The Cowapa League was well-represented in the 4A state championship football game (Banks vs. Seaside), and also on the recently released 4A all-state football team. Specifically, the Braves an…
“I came here for the beach and the people,” said Jacob Sullivan, operator and proprietor of Victory Barbershop Barbering & Supply, located on Holladay Drive in Seaside.
Oregon State University announced its fall honor roll.
On Wednesday, Jan. 16, the Necanicum Watershed Council welcomes you to “Conservation Land and Public Access: The Pros and Cons, Join the Discussion.”
Providence Seaside Hospital Foundation received a $250,000 grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust of Vancouver, Washington. The grant will be used to help Providence Seaside Hospital re…
How long has Sleepy Monk existed?
The Seaside Lady Gulls won one and lost two in the SCTC Holiday Classic, Dec. 27-29 at Stayton High School.
Seaside High School’s traditional Winter Week filled with festivities adopted a more philanthropic tone this school year as student leaders simultaneously hosted their Dollars for Doernbecher …
Tacoma resident has travelled the world
CANNON BEACH — Alfred Aya Jr., the man behind the design and installation of Cannon Beach’s famous “mooing” tsunami warning sirens, was remembered for his humor, curiosity and foresight.
Bunnies, city hall, new staff make the news
Al Aya, a longtime Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District board member known for spearheading the design and installation of Cannon Beach’s “mooing” tsunami warning sirens, died Friday, D…
Charter school will close if $75,000 shortfall isn't met by April
On Jan. 10, geologist Tom Horning will lead a journey through time discussing the Nehalem Alps, their formation, the Yellowstone Hotspot, uplift of the coast range, the Tillamook volcanics and…
A high cost for development
Gray whales are on the move south again this December and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is celebrating the migration with the annual Whale Watching Week Dec. 27-31.
High winds toppled trees and power lines and caused power outages this morning on the North Coast.
Hikers struggle to navigate sections
“We’re on our way,” Superintendent Sheila Roley said at the Thursday, Dec. 13, Seaside School District board meeting with the adoption of a five-year strategic plan.
Throughout the fall the North Coast Land Conservancy’s Weed Warrior Wednesdays turned into Seed Warrior Wednesdays as volunteers gathered at the Circle Creek Conservation Center to roll clay, …
A $20,000 grant will help care for the babies and toddlers of Cannon Beach in a tsunami.
A high wind watch has been issued for North Coast beaches and coastal headlands Friday.
Cultural, regulation barriers persist
Ultraviolet light may be the answer to addressing high bacteria readings at some Cannon Beach outfalls.
A focus on Tillamook County
The City Council voted unanimously Tuesday, Dec. 3, to provide a workforce housing incentive to a developer from money generated from a new construction excise tax.
Broadway Middle School is one of five schools in the state to advance in a nationwide science, technology, engineering and mathematics competition sponsored by Samsung.
On Saturday, Dec. 1, 365 guests filled the Seaside Civic and Convention Center and raised a record-breaking $230,000 for Providence Seaside Hospital Foundation.
North Coast Land Conservancy expanded two of its existing habitat reserves when it closed on two land acquisitions in November
A true spa experience for your dog — or cat
Considers fee deal with city
Broadway Middle School Steve Sherren, educational assistant Amber McCanna and counselor Natalie Dyroff are the driving force behind the school's new calming room, called The Cove, which is sim…