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From looking backward to making things happen
From looking backward to making things happen
Marketer makes his home in Cannon Beach

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Filtering sand for microplastics can save sea mammals
Filtering sand for microplastics can save sea mammals
Microplastics filtering HRAP and Sleepy Monk
Seaside man could face death penalty
Seaside man could face death penalty
Twelve jurors, with two to four alternates, will serve in the case against Roden, the live-in boyfriend accused of murdering his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter and abusing her two sons in their Seaside apartment.
North Coast Land Conservancy: 30 years of success
North Coast Land Conservancy: 30 years of success
The Seaside-based land trust celebrates its achievements and anniversary with a public summer picnic Aug. 25
Children’s center building faces the future
Children’s center building faces the future
Possibilities include community event space, affordable housing
State education board adopts lead testing rule
State education board adopts lead testing rule
The Oregon Board of Education Wednesday adopted new rules to require school districts to test for lead in drinking water, radon and lead paint in district-owned buildings and to release the results to the public.
High lead levels isolated at schools
High lead levels isolated at schools
Seaside School District taking action
Class of 1966 celebrates reunion
Seaside High School 50-year class reunion.
Cannon Beach weighs housing options
Cannon Beach weighs housing options
Affordable housing task force narrows options
Obituary: Kathryn Marie Billings
Obituary: Kathryn Marie Billings
Kathryn Billings obituary
Registration for new Seaside students
Time for new students to register for classes at high school, elementary schools