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Highway 420 opens dispensary at long last
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Highway 420 opens dispensary at long last
Highway 420, the first legally operated medical marijuana dispensary in Seaside, kick started that portion of the business July 15.

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County’s high C-section rate sparks questions
County’s high C-section rate sparks questions
What is driving the high rate of cesarean births in Clatsop County - and the state as a whole - and what can be done to safely lower it?
The ‘beginning of hope’ at Food Bank
The ‘beginning of hope’ at Food Bank
The South County Community Food Bank welcomes the public to attend a celebration at its new location.
Seaside Police Log
The police log from Seaside Police Department for July 24.
Obituary: Martha (Scriven) Daniels
Obituary: Martha (Scriven) Daniels
Martha Daniels obituary
Inmates attempt to escape Clatsop County Jail
Inmates attempt to escape Clatsop County Jail
Two inmates in Clatsop County Jail attempted to escape early Sunday morning by breaking off a shower drain grate, tying it to a bed sheet and swinging it against a window until the window shattered.
Patriotic balloon bursts Seaside, Gearhart holiday bubble
Patriotic balloon bursts Seaside, Gearhart holiday bubble
Outage that affected 8,000 customers on a busy holiday evening provides a reminder that balloons, kites don't mix with power lines.
Future bond for new schools likely in Seaside
Superintendent Doug Dougherty eyes a new bond in the future to replace three Seaside schools.
District to consider expanding transportation options
The Sunset Empire Transportation District makes plans to further provide for public transportation needs in Seaside and countywide.
Protecting butterflies by planting violets at Circle Creek
Protecting butterflies by planting violets at Circle Creek
The North Coast Land Conservancy's recent delivery of 16,000 violet plants is just a small part of its Clatsop Plains Prairie Research project.
City may require fee for panhandlers, musicians
City Council considers an amendment to an ordinance in the city code regarding itinerant merchants, which could include panhandlers and musicians.