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Trump, Sanders victorious in New Hampshire primaries
New Hampshire did little to clarify the crowded contest among more mainstream GOP candidates...
Seaside pitches in for Goodding family
Applications available for arts and cultural grants
New WIC cards offer convenience


Obituary: Sandra Lee (Olmstead) Sarin
Sandra Sarin obituary
Memorials: Feb. 9, 2016
Deaths: Feb. 9, 2016
Death: Feb. 8, 2016


Astoria swimmers rack up points for second
Districts Friday and Saturday
First-place Fishermen win again, 48-34
Ilwaco tops Raymond for league title
North Coast United tops Portland Club, 3-1


Editorial: Bloodshed visits Seaside
Habitual felon with a gun begs questions
False charms of Bernie Sanders’ single-payer plan
For many poor Americans, evictions are a way of life
Southern Exposure: How clam-diggers saved an estuary


Birth: Feb. 9, 2016
Birth notice
Birth: Feb. 8, 2016
Providence Seaside gives to Way to Wellville campaigns
In One Ear: Call of the wild


In a name: Trademark issues lead to local rebranding and angst
Richard Erickson and Larry Cary were forced to change the names of their businesses in the face of...
Meet the Merchant - Bikes and Beyond
LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE: ‘Slow Lane’ closes in on trial opening
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Brown withdraws resilience officer nominee
Gov. Kate Brown withdraws nominee for state resilience officer positon after determining there
Oregon lawmakers rethink biotech pre-emption
Key committee approves Oregon wolf delisting
State House signals support of subsidy for large solar projects


Motorcyclist injured in Highway 101 crash
Accident on Highway 101 in Seaside.
First-place Fishermen win again, 48-34
‘Respected’ officer gunned down in Seaside
Law enforcement honors fallen officer


Pain education group in Seaside
Attend a meeting Seaside Rebounders, a monthly stroke support group.
Cannon Beach celebrates Cape Falcon Marine Reserve
Rescue teams scale back search for 87-year-old man
Southern Exposure: Longtime Cannon Beacher recalls ‘the place where the artsy liberals came