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R.J. Marx

South County Reporter/Editor of Seaside Signal and Cannon Beach Gazette
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Marx, R.J.

City Council approves funds for community center project

- Donations to continue for Bob Chisholm Community Center

Zimmerman announces election bid in Gearhart

- Former energy exec runs for City Council

Southern Exposure: Doyle a timeless author, discovered too late

- ‘Mink River’ will be featured Sept. 19 at Cannon Beach Reads

From Seaside’s center volleyball court

- Crowds throng Seaside for 37th annual event

Historic barn owner seeks forgiveness of past fines

- Shannon Smith asks for preservation, not punishment

Gearhart to send pot tax measure to voters

- City’s tax higher than others

Army Corps permit delays impact Seaside campus project

- Schools wanted permits by July

National Night Out a hit at Broadway Park

- Police, fire present annual event in Seaside

Weed removal sought in Gearhart

- Homeowner says city needs to enforce rules

Gearhart could ban plastic bags

- Recycling effort gains momentum

Neacoxie barn owner asks Gearhart to drop fines

- Smith wants preservation, not punishment

Southern Exposure: Wheel Fun gets on track in Seaside

- Miniature train to return

Sweet relief owner asks Gearhart for some sweet tax relief

- Relief may be in sight for Gearhart cannabis dispensary

Please don’t feed the elk

- Gearhart considers new ordinance

Gearhart pot taxes too high, dispensary owner says

- Relief may be in sight

Conservancy supporters aim for 3,500-acre Rainforest Preserve purchase

- Preserving land, managing it for the public benefit

Southern Exposure: Night driver chronicles Seaside

- A taxi driver with a heart of gold

After Helsinki, voting concerns lead to Seaside protest

- Rally participants say U.S. election process at risk

Gearhart next city to consider free beach wheelchairs

- Gearhart could follow in Seaside, Cannon Beach tracks

Don’t feed the elk in Gearhart

- Gearhart resident proposes no-feeding ordinance

Seaside rec bond to head to voters

- Plan would add second level, preschool

Gearhart councilors announce intent to run

- Cockrum, Smith to run

After ‘deafening’ Fourth, Cove residents seek remedies

- Residents say, ‘Don’t wait until next year’

Indivisible North Coast to protest corruption

- Tiffiny Mitchell expected in Seaside

Southern Exposure: Le Guin, Roth were literary exiles, voices of their times

- In many ways they were polar opposites

Food carts provide food for thought

- Seaside reconsiders rules regulating carts

Seaside celebrates groundbreaking of new campus

- The $100 million school project underway

Gearhart urged to ban elk feeding

- City would follow Warrenton

Gearhart councilors announce intent to run for new term

- City elections in November

Gearhart latest coast city to consider beach wheelchairs

- Anderson continues plea for access

Seaside’s Steve Wright seeks new council term

- Filled vacant seat in 2017

Food carts provide food for thought in Seaside

- Restaurant owners pan idea

Southern Exposure: Partnership to bring wheelchairs to the beach in Seaside

- ‘Heartbreaking’ scene motivates Anderson

Hundreds come out to fight cancer

- Annual Relay for Life remembers musical tradition of Doug Parvi

Man dies after cardiac arrest while surfing

- Rescue attempts fail to resuscitate surfer in Cove

Partnership to bring wheelchairs to the beach

- ‘Heartbreaking’ scene motivates Seaside’s Anderson

Rec district leans to 20-year bond plan

- Funds would finance rec center expansion

Boys hurt in Gearhart, Seaside fireworks mishaps

- One suffered ‘some pretty massive damage’ to hand

Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District pitches bond

- A 20-year, $20 million plan

Seaside celebrates groundbreaking of new campus

- The $100 million school project underway

Gearhart approves dune vegetation ordinance

- City outlines rules for clearing weeds, tree-trimming

City addresses water protection, timber management

- Plan update is first since 1983

Seaside pot store owners seek later hours

- City ordinance limits sales to 8 p.m.

Responding to state law, Seaside sets rules for accessory units

- Units cannot be used as vacation rentals

Mayor Jay Barber to seek new term

- Barber will face challenge to hold position

Marker remembers the USS Shark

- Vessel had role in American history

New athletic director, principals in Seaside

- Wozniak, Osburn take new roles

Gazette’s Brenna Visser wins ‘spot news’ award

- A lost dog leads to journalism award

Going up in the Southeast Hills

- School district readies for excavation start

Rec district considers expansion bond

- Aiming for something ‘unique and special’