With peak wildfire activity predicted in the coming months, the Department of the Interior (DOI) has been working tirelessly to implement preventative measures to limit the size and scope of wildfires, treat current wildfires already underway, and protect wildfire-prone areas to best safegua…

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The Cannon Beach Medical Reserve Corps is holding an event in September to teach the community how to be prepared medically in the event of a natural disaster or any emergency.

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The 21’ juvenile humpback whale that washed ashore north of the Alsea River near Waldport on Wednesday, August 14 will have to be euthanized according to Oregon Parks and Recreation.

On August 10, 2019 at approximately 2pm, Seaside Police were notified that a vehicle had been stolen at The Circle Creek Campground (85658 Highway 101, Seaside OR 97138).

The Cannon Beach City Council decided Tuesday to delay a vote on proposed amendments to the city’s short-term rental ordinance for a month, according to Jeff Adams, the city community developm…

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It’s that time of year when lower water levels create safety challenges for paddlers and floaters, especially inexperienced recreators who are unfamiliar with how to safely maneuver their craf…

National Endowment for the Arts acting chair Mary Anne Carter has approved more than $27 million in grants as part of its first major funding announcement for fiscal year 2019-2020. Included i…

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The Oregon State Marine Board reminds all boaters to be good neighbors on the water. If your boat’s wake swamps or capsizes another person’s boat and puts those people in danger, do the right …

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 “I’m one of many people who walk the beach every day,” said Lolly Champion of Cannon Beach. “Walking along, I’d see cigarette butts.

On July 18, 2019, The Tillamook Police department notified the Oceanside Water district that an individual whose vehicle was found near our main reservoirs indicated that an attempt was made t…

Oregon’s unemployment rate was 4.1 percent in June, essentially unchanged from 4.2 percent in May. According to the Oregon Employment Department, Oregon’s unemployment rate has been between 4.…

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The Oregon Coast Trail (OCT) starts at the mouth of the Columbia River and spans the Oregon coastline to California, covering 382 miles and crossing 28 coastal towns.

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The Seaside boys golf team successfully defended their title at The Dalles Invitational, held March 22 at The Dalles Country Club.

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Golfers from Astoria and Seaside took part in the annual early-season tournament March 20 at Tillamook, where the Cheesemakers hosted the four other Cowapa League schools for 18 holes at Alder…

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Seaside grabbed a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning, but Gladstone answered with five runs in the bottom of the first and eight more in the fourth for a 13-2 win over the Gulls in nonlea…

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FOREST GROVE — Fifteen minutes following the completion of Saturday's 4A boys basketball state championship game — without even knowing the score — it was pretty obvious what the results were.

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Baker led 19-5 after one quarter, and cruised from there for a 67-31 win over visiting Seaside, in a first-round game of the 4A girls basketball state playoffs.

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Chase Januik stuns the crowd as he hits a long shot at the end of the first half against Banks.

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The Seaside Lady Gulls had plenty of looks at their favorite shot, firing up 24 3-pointers — but only seven went in, and that wasn't enough to stay with the Banks Braves in a Cowapa League gir…

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Seaside's 20-point halftime lead was trimmed to single digits by the fourth quarter, but the Gulls managed to escape with a 59-52 win at Tillamook, in a Cowapa League girls basketball game Fri…

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The Cowapa League was well-represented in the 4A state championship game (Banks vs. Seaside), and also on the recently-released all-state football team. Specifically, the Braves and Gulls comb…

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It was a tale of two halves Tuesday night in Gladstone, where the Gladiators held an 18-11 lead after one half, but Seaside owned the second half on its way to a 34-29 nonleague girls basketba…

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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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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…

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Their state medalist swimmer is gone, but the Seaside Gulls still have plenty of swimmers who can score points as they enter the 2018-19 season.

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Seaside athletes have been making a lot of history over the last four years, in many sports.

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SEASIDE — Seaside bounced back from a season-opening loss Wednesday at Stayton with a 37-25 win over Cascade in a nonleague girls basketball game Friday night at the Gulls’ Nest.

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A great Gulls season came to an end Saturday at the hands of Banks, 31-20. The game, played in the fog in Hillsboro, showcased two great high school teams.

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HILLSBORO — The Seaside Seagulls fell short at Hillsboro in Saturday night’s state 4-A football final. The Banks Braves held on to defeat the Gulls 31-20.

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The Seaside Seagulls will head to the finals next week after defeating the Gladstone Gladiators 23-19 win at Hillsboro Stadium. The Gulls went ahead with a Payton Westerholm touchdown run and …

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SEASIDE — After all that — the 86 combined points, the 756 yards in total offense, the back-to-back kickoff returns for touchdowns — after all that, it came down to one defensive stop on a two…