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Seaside High to renew accreditation
Seaside High School undergoes review to renew its national accreditation status.

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Astoria School Board members honored
Astoria School Board members honored
January is School Board Recognition month in Oregon.
Everyday People: Seaside grad cooks up a career at Job Corps
Everyday People: Seaside grad cooks up a career at Job Corps
Adam Hutchinson, a culinary star from Seaside High School's award-winning culinary program, chose Tongue Point to continue his dream of becoming an executive chef and restaurant owner.
Growing young lives: Sea School plots a different course
Growing young lives: Sea School plots a different course
Sea School provides a hand-on option for students who don't thrive in a traditional classroom setting
Galizio gets a thumbs up at CCC
Galizio gets a thumbs up at CCC
Clatsop Community College President Lawrence Galizio got another thumbs up from the institution's government body Tuesday.
Benefactor will match Seaside Scholarship donations
Seaside Scholarships receive donation to match raised funds
Morrow honored as school board leader
Debbie Morrow, a Warrenton-Hammond School District board member, was honored for her advanced training.
Knappa offers time to do homework, discover other activities
Knappa offers time to do homework, discover other activities
Students at Knappa High School are starting newspapers, painting landscapes, learning ham radio and more, thanks to a new after-school program.
Tongue Point Job Corps internships: ‘It was a win-win, honestly’
Tongue Point Job Corps internships: ‘It was a win-win, honestly’
Tongue Point Job Corps Center and local employers regularly help each other out.
Warrenton students get crafty
Warrenton students get crafty
Kids took to Warrenton Grade School Friday to create some holiday crafts.
All CCC nursing students make the grade
All CCC nursing students make the grade
All of Clatsop Community College's nursing graduates have passed the state licensing exam to become registered nurses.