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Police seek information on stolen items
Detectives are seeking information about items stolen from at least 16 burglaries.
Volunteer training at The Harbor starts Oct. 7
Fishers say stronger gillnet direction is needed
Sea stars almost gone from Haystack Rock


Obituary: Leland Stewart
Leland Stewart obituary
Death: Sept. 30, 2014
Death: Sept. 29, 2014
Obituary: Barbara (Dye) Hinton


CMH Field set for Oct. 24 opener
CMH Field set to open Oct. 24
Prep Schedule: Sept. 30, 2014
Warriors win fourth in a row; Loggers still No. 1
Scoreboard: Sept. 29, 2014


Of Cabbages and Kings: Raymond is the Saudi Arabia of weed
Story telling comes with baseball play-by-play
Water under the bridge: Oct. 1, 2014
Column: The wilds of education
Editorial: Secrecy inhibits real solutions


Birth: Sept. 29, 2014
Birth notice
Birth: Sept. 29, 2014
Wedding: Larkins — Dezwart
Supporting the food bank


Industry spotlight: Overbay Houseworks High-end woodworking celebrates craftsmanship, practicality
Ed Overbay's passion for woodwork shows in every door, cabinet and confessional he builds.
Seaside shop offers vintage style on a budget
Boat of the Month
Well Preserved Frank and Lillian Dunbar Residence

Capital Bureau

Fight over GMO labeling takes to the airwaves
Supporters and opponents of Measure 92, an Oregon ballot initiative that would require food...
Forum features third-party gubernatorial candidates
Forum features third party gubernatorial candidates
Partisans argue for, against primary change


Seaside Police Log Sept. 12 through Sept. 25
Log from the Seaside Police Department for Oct. 3.
Seaside calendar from Oct. 3 through 13
Hispanic council seeks to bring awareness to area with new fest
Helping Hands offers free lunches for the hungry


Unlawful lodgers sleeping overnight in public places on the rise this summer
Camping overnight on public property is the most common violation of the Cannon Beach city...
Wasting disease kills most sea stars at Haystack Rock
Jupiter’s bookstore celebrates 25 years, Ken Kesey’s iconic Oregon novel turns 50
City gives nonprofits grants to continue services