Twenty months after declaring a climate emergency and establishing a set of vital signs for the Earth, a coalition headed by two Oregon State University researchers says the updated vital signs “largely reflect the consequences of unrelenting business as usual.”
- Prepared food tax is not new Oregon, other communities have passed similar measures
- Lynne Griffin to assume leadership role in Clatsop County
- Increased emergency SNAP benefits continue in July
- Haystack Rock exhibition beginning July 28
- Earth & Ocean Arts Festival promotes environmental awareness, stewardship
- New book highlights Cannon Beach’s historical artistic era
- Monitors work to keep beaches safe
- OHA recommends universal mask use for all public indoor settings
- Fire destroys utility shed at Seaside Golf Course
- Seaside hosts Prom centennial parade, ceremony
Gov. Kate Brown signed into law Tuesday, July 27, House Bill 3389, which provides UI tax relief and deferral for 2021 unemployment insurance (UI) payroll taxes to qualifying businesses. The Or…
The Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division is warning taxpayers about Child Tax Credit-related scams, which criminals may use to steal money and personal information.
Cassie the robot, invented at Oregon State University and produced by OSU spinout company Agility Robotics, has made history by traversing 5 kilometers, completing the route in just over 53 minutes.
Most Oregonians who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive emergency allotments in August.
Friday, July 30, at World Forestry Center, Gov. Kate Brown ceremonially signed Senate Bill 762, comprehensive legislation passed with bipartisan support that will provide more than $220 millio…
With a new heat wave hitting the region, Pacific Power wants to remind customers how to beat the heat, use less energy and save money.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley, State Rep. David Gomberg, State Rep. Janeen Sollman, the Surfrider Foundation, the Oregon Coast Aquarium, Environment Oregon, and Oceana united at a press conference Fr…
As a water quality monitoring technician with the state Department of Environmental Quality, Shane Bennett helps to keep swimmers and beachgoers safe from harmful fecal bacteria on Oregon’s beaches.
There are six new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 2,855, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today.
The Oregon Office of Emergency Management (OEM) has submitted an After-Action Review (AAR) of the June 2021 excessive heat event to Gov. Brown's office.
A new grant will allow Oregon State University researchers to study the nutritional value of more than 100 bee-pollinated crops, native plants and commonly used ornamental plants, a project th…
In responses to a large jump in cases and hospitalizations and new national guidance calling for masking measures to prevent the spread of the highly transmissible Delta variant, the Oregon He…
Oregon State University research has identified a 100-million-year-old weevil unlike any other known fossilized or living weevil.
Gov. Kate Brown signed into law a comprehensive clean energy bill package at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday, July 27, at Daimler Truck North America and Portland General Electric’s Electric Island commerc…
There are five new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 2,843, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today.
The Cannon Beach City Council is scheduled to vote on a resolution Aug. 3 that would put before the voters on Nov. 2 a question whether to impose a food tax.
If you have a dazzling idea for a workplace safety or health training program, Oregon OSHA wants to hear your pitch.
Lynne Griffin will oversee Northwest Regional Education Service District’s programs and services as the new Clatsop Service Center administrator. Griffin has more than two decades of experienc…
There are two new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 2,838, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today.
At a special meeting Tuesday, July 20, Northwest Regional Education Service District’s Board of Directors swore in five board members. New members include Doug Dougherty (zone 2), Diane Wilkin…
DMV will start issuing a new design Sept. 1 for the Oregon salmon license plate for passenger cars. The sponsors of the plate sought the new design, a colorful upgrade showing spawning salmon …
A new study from Oregon State University found that infants born within 3 kilometers of oil and natural gas drilling facilities in Texas had slightly lower birth weights than those born before…
A 17-year study in Oregon, Washington and California found that removal of invasive barred owls arrested the population decline of the northern spotted owl, a native species threatened by inva…
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Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH) is pleased to welcome board-certified nurse practitioner Angella McCully, DNP, to the Warrenton Primary Care Clinic, where she began working last week.
There is one new COVID-19 related death in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 2,833 the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today.
With wildfires already burning in Oregon and above-normal fire activity predicted for the western U.S., communities across Oregon and Washington are facing the threat of another smoke-filled summer.
ODFW is changing the Central Oregon Coast Subarea (Cape Falcon to Humbug Mountain) summer all-depth Pacific halibut season open dates to increase angling opportunities.
The U.S. Department of Education announced Wednesday, July 14, the approval of Oregon’s American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ARP ESSER) plan and distributed r…
Seaside Dispatch received a report of a structure fire at 1:11 p.m. Tuesday, July 20, at 415 Avenue U in Seaside. Seaside Fire & Rescue responded to the property where a utility shed at th…
Nearly 450,000 acres of land have already burned across the state during this year’s wildfire season, Gov. Kate Brown announced during a wildfire briefing Tuesday, July 20. Nine large fires ar…
There are six new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 2,832, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today.
A Coast Guard aircrew medevaced a man Monday afternoon, July 19, from a 40-foot commercial fishing vessel after suffering a medical emergency 5 miles west of Newport.
Beginning Aug. 1, the Cannon Beach Police Department, and law enforcement agencies throughout Oregon, will utilize federally funded overtime to educate the public regarding the dangers of dist…
There are nine new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 2,826, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today.
The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) has cancelled all remaining Winter State Championships. This includes the remaining Basketball and Dance/Drill State Championships.
North Coast rivers are fishable, and it appears to be a good year for winter steelhead, according to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW). Water levels are a bit low to be prime, …
Oregon’s newest trail system designed specifically for mountain biking is now open to riders. With three miles completed of a proposed larger trail system, the trails begin at Klootchy Creek C…
The 13th annual Cannon Beach Puttz is just around the corner. Organizers are hoping the public will join them for a rollicking good time.
The Pacific halibut all-depth sport fishery in the Columbia River Subarea is closed for the remainder of the year, fishery managers announced.
It’s free to fish, crab or clam in Oregon on Saturday and Sunday, June 1-2, according to an announcement from Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Oregon and Washington fishery managers recently announced seasons and regulations for 2019 summer and fall Columbia River fisheries.
NEW YORK — Sabrina Ionescu has rewritten the NCAA record book for triple-doubles and helped the Ducks reach the Final Four for the first time.
The Seaside boys golf team successfully defended their title at The Dalles Invitational, held March 22 at The Dalles Country Club.
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…
SEASIDE — Seaside banged out 12 hits in just four at-bats Sunday afternoon, in a consolation final of their own tournament at Broadway Field.
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…
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.
The Gulls locked up their fourth straight trip to the state championship game with a 49-40 win over Stayton, in a semifinal contest of the 4A boys tournament Friday afternoon at Forest Grove H…
Highlights from the championship weekend.
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.
The “Three-peat Special” is right on schedule.
Entering the Cowapa League first-place tie-breaker game Saturday at Tillamook, the Seaside boys basketball team had a string of eight straight wins in post-season play.
After losing to Valley Catholic twice in the regular season, the Seaside girls basketball team showed how to take advantage of the league playoff system Saturday in Beaverton.
Four quarters wasn't enough to decide a winner Thursday night.
A big fourth quarter helped Banks pull away for a 51-30 win over Seaside in a Cowapa League girls basketball game, Thursday night at Banks.
SEASIDE — The Knappa Loggers gave a pretty good account of themselves Friday night at Seaside. For about a quarter and a half.
SEASIDE — A hot-shooting Seaside team warmed up for the post-season with a 64-37 win over Knappa in a nonleague girls basketball game Friday night at Seaside.
Chase Januik stuns the crowd as he hits a long shot at the end of the first half against Banks.
When you're knocking 'em down from 80 feet, it's your season.
SEASIDE — Cowapa League boys basketball, Banks vs. Seaside.
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…
“Senior Day” for the Seaside swim team turned out perfect for the home team, as the Gulls hosted Tillamook for a double dual meet last Thursday at the Sunset Pool.
The Seaside boys basketball team prepared for Tuesday's showdown with Banks with a 72-54 win Friday night at Tillamook.
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…
The Seaside wrestling team took part in a three-way dual meet Wednesday at Estacada, facing the Rangers and Woodburn in head-to-head matches.
The game of the night in 4A boys basketball took place in Beaverton, where Valley Catholic hosted Seaside in a rematch of the 2018 state championship game.
The Astoria boys basketball team was facing long odds Tuesday night at Seaside.
Mike Jacobson had 125 wins as girls basketball coach at Seaside High School, from 2006 to 2012. And many of those wins came by way of the usual style: Taking lots of shots and forcing lots of …
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…
SEASIDE — The host team always puts on a good “Pac Rim” — as they call the annual Pacific Rim Armed Forces wrestling tournament, held Friday and Saturday at Seaside High School.
The Seaside Lady Gulls gave No. 4-ranked North Marion a scare, but the Huskies managed to squeak out a nonleague girls basketball win Friday night on their home floor with a low-scoring 31-24 …
Seaside spotted North Marion a 6-0 lead, still trailed by 12 points in the third quarter, then rallied in the fourth period for a 58-57 win over the Huskies in a nonleague boys basketball game…
After a close first quarter, Seaside shifted into another gear to start the second, and pulled away for an easy 69-53 win over Gladstone in a nonleague boys basketball game Tuesday at the Gulls' Nest.
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…
The Seaside Seagulls boys basketball team defeated Estacada at home in nonleague play, 65-32. The Gulls now stand at 10-2.
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…
The Seaside Lady Gulls won one and lost two in the SCTC Holiday Classic, Dec. 27-29 at Stayton High School.
The first year of the post-Maddi Utti era was a tough one for Seaside girls basketball.
HILLSBORO — A pair of Blakes beats one Alexander. At least that’s how it played out Saturday, Nov. 24, in Hillsboro.
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.
Seaside athletes have been making a lot of history over the last four years, in many sports.
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.
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.