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R.J. Marx
Seaside tourism director named
Joshua Heineman to take over from Rahl

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Road Builders face $10,000 fine
Road Builders face $10,000 fine
Company failed to file reports, DEQ reports
Upcoming public meetings in Seaside
Upcoming public meetings in Seaside
A schedule of local meetings in the upcoming weeks.
Decision awaits for Seaside’s tourism marketing director
Decision awaits for Seaside’s tourism marketing director
Four candidates at meet-and-greet
Police report
Police report
Incidents as reported by Seaside police
Seaside remembers nation’s fallen officers
Seaside remembers nation’s fallen officers
Memorial Day events ahead
State opens river for another chance at spring Chinook
Window is Friday through June 6
Clatsop County enters national opioid lawsuit
Clatsop County enters national opioid lawsuit
Claims drug companies are largely to blame for widespread drug abuse
Angelina’s goes big-time at new Seaside location
Angelina’s goes big-time at new Seaside location
Italian eatery Angelina’s moves down the street
State grapples with gaps in I.T. project oversight
State grapples with gaps in I.T. project oversight
Certain state agencies are exempt from laws passed in 2014-15 to require state agencies to have independent outside oversight and reporting on I.T. projects.
Seaside man gets probation for child pornography convictions
Seaside man gets probation for child pornography convictions
McKenna, 60, pleaded guilty to 10 counts
Oregon wetlands inventory raises regulatory concerns
Oregon wetlands inventory raises regulatory concerns
Some lawmakers are concerned
Fighting plastic pollution
Fighting plastic pollution
Local action urged to protect oceans
NOHA to meet
NOHA to meet
Housing meeting scheduled in Warrenton
Campus on budget as construction nears
Campus on budget as construction nears
Some permits await; district has June target start
Justin Gagnon marks achievement
Justin Gagnon marks achievement
Graduate of 378th class
Gearhart to benefit from county grant
Gearhart to benefit from county grant
Money for tsunami sirens, updated plans
Hungry birds: Food a concern for brown pelicans
Hungry birds: Food a concern for brown pelicans
The birds migrate north from California and Mexico
Legislature approves business tax break expansion
Legislature approves business tax break expansion
Gov. Brown called a one-day special session Monday to expand a business tax break to sole proprietors
Surfbird Cafe to replace Bella Espresso in Cannon Beach
Surfbird Cafe to replace Bella Espresso in Cannon Beach
Owner and chef also operates Osprey Cafe in Seaside
Walmart wetlands lawsuit continues
Walmart wetlands lawsuit continues
Store expected to open in Warrenton in June
Making music, fighting cancer
Making music, fighting cancer
Seaside event offers preview of July 7 event
Retailer wants council OK in advance
Retailer wants council OK in advance
Developer asks city to vacate streets
Feds in Oregon will target pot trafficking, public safety
Feds in Oregon will target pot trafficking, public safety
U.S. attorney says he will ‘not make broad proclamations of blanket immunity from prosecution to those who violate federal law’
Chen, Nelson join Seaside Police Department
Chen, Nelson join Seaside Police Department
Dispatchers are named
How dangerous are the Northwest’s volcanoes?
How dangerous are the Northwest’s volcanoes?
Mount St. Helens erupted on May 18, 1980
Climatologists bet on El Nino, warm months ahead
Federal forecasters see an El Nino moving in and bringing warmer and drier weather
City OKs 3 1/2 percent waste price hike
City OKs 3 1/2 percent waste price hike
Seaside impacted by world events
Ballot initiatives enter final weeks of viability
Ballot initiatives enter final weeks of viability
Several controversial initiatives don’t yet have a ballot title required to circulate the petition for signatures.
Housing study
Housing study
Includes elected officials and government, business and nonprofit leaders
Primary turnout the lowest since 1964
Primary turnout the lowest since 1964
Only about 33 percent of registered voters cast a ballot in Tuesday’s election

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