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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.

Building is ‘falling down around your ears’

- Cannon Beach seeks City Hall Plan B

Seaside’s new park goes to the dogs

- Seaside becomes dog friendlier

Gearhart to schedule poker date

- Owner’s appeal to be heard by council

After fire, Cannon Beach rallies

- In aftermath of fire, compassion

Jazz fest spans the generations

- Johnson, Shook help bring jazz to Seaside

Seaside hotel plan receives second appeal challenge

- Another appeal round for Pearl hotel

Four seek vacant Seaside council seat

- Opening after Barber appointed mayor

Cannon Beach City Hall confronts a shaky outlook

- Building is ‘falling down around your ears’

Turtle found in Cannon Beach fails to survive

- Loggerheads are threatened species

Turtle fails to recover

- Loggerheads are threatened species

Loggerhead turtle dies after rescue

- The turtles are threatened species

Woman escapes Cannon Beach house fire

- Two-story residence destroyed

National search for public works director is launched

- Grassick credited with upgrades, parks plan

Goodding honored by emergency personnel

- One-year anniversary brings tributes

Hotel aims to draw golfers to Gearhart

- McMenamins Gearhart Hotel to expand

Downtown Nehalem sees flooding

- Residents take waters in stride

Cannon Beach officers honored for Goodding response

- Police chief, officers receive commendations

School coming to Sunset Boulevard

- Academy gears for fall opening

Is gambling ‘good for Gearhart’?

- Pub owner says lottery needed to succeed

First responders pay tribute to Sgt. Goodding

- One-year anniversary brings tributes

Four strikes and you’re out

- Council to review recommendation

Sgt. Goodding remembered, one year later

- Seaside Police chief reflects on one-year anniversary of Goodding death

Southern Exposure: Shouting ‘Fire!’ in Gearhart

- Fire hall is city’s top priority

‘Never want to forget’ Sgt. Goodding

- Seaside Police chief reflects on one-year anniversary of Goodding death

Cannon Beach Academy locks in school site

- Academy gears for fall opening

Neacoxie Barn receives permanent injunction until certificate of occupancy obtained

- Circuit Court issues judgment

Cannon Beach public works director to leave

- Grassick credited with upgrades, parks plan

Southern Exposure: Cannon Beach, meet WikiLeaks

- A risky business

Cannon Beach Academy locks in school site

- Academy gears for fall opening

No. 1 statewide

- Family, community lifts Seaside basketball

Seagulls are perched at the top

- Family, community lifts Seaside basketball

‘Love, not hate’ at Women’s March

- Messages of resolve and unity against potential threats to equality and civil rights

Cannon Beach City Hall renovation plan hits a wall

- High bids delay fixes

Councilors will decide on project’s fate

- High bids delay City Hall fixes

No video lottery at former Gearhart grocery

- Owner says he can’t make it without video gambling

Changing of the guard in Seaside

- Councilors sworn in, vacancy remains

Dog is killed during standoff

- Animal abuse, weapons charges issued

Standoff in Seaside disrupts neighborhood

- Few details emerge about situation

Balzer receives $55,000

- Suit had alleged civil rights violations in Cannon Beach

No video lottery at former Gearhart Grocery

- Owner says he can’t make it without video gambling

Wanted in Seaside: City councilor to represent Ward 1

- Councilors sworn in, vacancy remains

Gunshots lead to standoff in Seaside

- Police hope to calm armed man

Former fire chief gets $55,000 in settlement

- Lawsuit had alleged civil rights violations

Former chief, fire district reach agreement

- Suit had alleged civil rights violations in Cannon Beach

Former chief, fire district reach agreement

- Suit had alleged civil rights violations in Cannon Beach

New mayor, council president in Gearhart

- Jesse is Gearhart’s second in command

Ready, set, pose!

- Yoga fest draws aficionados from around the nation

New Neighbors: Longtime Portland entrepreneur moves base to Gearhart

- Stein and his wife are from West Linn and were both raised in the Portland area.

Gearhart to hold educational forum on dunes

- Homeowners seek to control dune vegetation

Luxury hotel plan passes muster in Seaside

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SEASIDE — The hurdles that stalled a luxury hotel plan on the Prom appear to have been overcome as the Planning Commission granted a variance to allow the proposal to move ahead.

Owner Antoine Simmons of Pea...