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Gearhart councilors seek to replace ‘decrepit’ fire station
The Gearhart City Council re-opens discussion of a new fire station to replace the current...
Port meeting tonight
Trial set in attempted Seaside murder case
Food on the go: New food carts join standbys in Astoria


Obituary: Beverly Ann ‘MiMi’ Hawks
Beverly Hawks obituary
Obituary: Harley Preston Bowden
Obituary: Gregg Falleur
Deaths: July 6, 2015


Leinassar caps off Club Championship
Champion in five different decades
Scoreboard: July 6, 2015
Fishermen win two of three on road trip
Loggers top Gulls


Editorial: Hectic weekend highlights strains of popularity
Especially on big weekends, crowds test limits of the coast's carrying capacity
Editorial: All about the West for eastern consumption
Column: Seattle on the Mediterranean
Ending Greece’s bleeding


Birth: July 7, 2015
Birth notice
Best Bets: July 3, 2015
Volunteer opportunities: July 3, 2015
Honor roll: July 3, 2015


Shipping woes: Businesses search for solutions with container shippers gone
With the departure of container shippers Hanjin of Korea and Hapag-Lloyd of Germany earlier this...
Shellfish farmers lick wounds, hire PR help

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Developer interested in building ‘eco-resort’ in Clatsop County
A developer whose plan to build a resort in the Metolius River Basin was thrwarted in 2009 by the...
Oregon Legislature ends turbulent 2015 session
State employees must pay full cost of charging electric vehicles
Nepotism charges lead to parks department shakeup


Man gets nine years for Seaside stabbing
Dylan Douglas Snook, 33, stabbed one man and threatened four others with the knife.
Farmers Market debut launches with nine vendors, more to come
Basking in the glow: Summer in Seaside
Recreation district to have new aquatics manager


Impressions: Don’t rain on the parade — it’s summer, after all
Summer doesn't usually start around here until July 5. Here's a salute to the Fourth in Cannon...
Letter: Let’s play bridge
ReMAX Realtors debut new location
Fears arise as city considers consequences of emergency storage barrels