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Going up in the Southeast Hills
School district readies for excavation start

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Study: A fifth of rural Oregon kids live in poverty
Study: A fifth of rural Oregon kids live in poverty
A report from Save the Children places Oregon 24th among states in terms of how its rural children are faring economically
Customers line up for new Walmart in Warrenton
Customers line up for new Walmart in Warrenton
A long-awaited grand opening
Environmental, fishing groups sue Oregon over coho salmon
Environmental, fishing groups sue Oregon over coho salmon
The lawsuit challenges the state’s logging policies in the Clatsop State Forest and the Tillamook State Forest
Radio station owner announces Seaside mayoral bid
Radio station owner announces Seaside mayoral bid
John Chapman seeks city’s top spot
Rare whale dolphin washes ashore
Rare whale dolphin washes ashore
Northern right whale dolphin found in Manzanita
Baseball: Former Seaside players honor Gizdavich
Baseball: Former Seaside players honor Gizdavich
Alumni honor former Gull
New tsunami simulation identifies Seaside’s bridges, roads with highest mortality rates
New tsunami simulation identifies Seaside’s bridges, roads with highest mortality rates
Study designed to help prioritize infrastructure projects
Seaside city councilor questions earthquake and tsunami model
Seaside city councilor questions earthquake and tsunami model
Horning wants other factors considered
Seaside’s class of 2018 celebrates
Seaside’s class of 2018 celebrates
‘First step past the threshold of childhood’
Choir at the Seaside Assembly of God
Choir at the Seaside Assembly of God
‘Agape League’ from Nampa, Idaho on Sunday
Astoria’s Law and Howard sign letters of intent
Astoria’s Law and Howard sign letters of intent
Athletes will continue careers in college
Buehler releases 2017 tax returns
Buehler releases 2017 tax returns
GOP nominee and his wife reported income of nearly $1 million and paid almost $250,000 in federal taxes in 2017.
DHS struggles to fill child welfare jobs
DHS struggles to fill child welfare jobs
As it works to fill 186 new jobs created by the Legislature, the child welfare division has more than 100 vacancies due to normal attrition.
Driver treated after Wahanna Road crash
Driver treated after Wahanna Road crash
Two-car crash in Seaside
A diploma from the citizen’s police academy
A diploma from the citizen’s police academy
Seaside, Cannon Beach, Warrenton and Astoria participate
Walmart era begins on the North Coast
Walmart era begins on the North Coast
National retailer opens on Wednesday
Clatsop County’s presence in national lawsuit a ‘good first step’ in opioid fight
Clatsop County’s presence in national lawsuit a ‘good first step’ in opioid fight
Local professionals weigh in on county’s entrance into lawsuit
Expert: Bankruptcy won’t spare Hayes from judgment, fines
Expert: Bankruptcy won’t spare Hayes from judgment, fines
The former first lady’s lawyer indicated that she plans to file bankruptcy in part to avoid paying a judgment to The Oregonian.
New tsunami simulation identifies Seaside’s bridges, roads with highest mortality rates
New tsunami simulation identifies Seaside’s bridges, roads with highest mortality rates
Study designed to help prioritize infrastructure projects
Southern Exposure: Looking for a magic bio-bullet for Gearhart elk
Southern Exposure: Looking for a magic bio-bullet for Gearhart elk
City may seek a magic ‘bio-bullet’
Rec district considers expansion bond
Rec district considers expansion bond
Aiming for something ‘unique and special’
Gearhart adopts budget
Gearhart adopts budget
Public safety costs comprise large percentage
Gearhart approves dune vegetation ordinance
Gearhart approves dune vegetation ordinance
City outlines rules for clearing weeds, tree-trimming
Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission reverses course on threatened seabird
Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission reverses course on threatened seabird
Marbled murrelet not endangered
Seaside delays decision on accessory dwellings
Seaside delays decision on accessory dwellings
Housing crunch: Accessory units designed to meet housing need
Community Calendar
Community Calendar
Seaside Signal calendar for June 8 through June 22
‘The High Season’ highlights issues we have right here
‘The High Season’ highlights issues we have right here
Author captures glory, desperation of beach life
Amanda Laird’s eye for design
Amanda Laird’s eye for design
Kid-friendly, kitsch-free zone
Police report
Police report
Incidents as reported by the Seaside police
Bus provider looks to slash, simplify fares, passes
Bus provider looks to slash, simplify fares, passes
Transit district wants to boost ridership

Marketplace

Seaside Scene

Jonny Baldridge is movin’ on!
Proud parents, and a perfect attendance record
Choir at the Seaside Assembly of God
‘Agape League’ from Nampa, Idaho on Sunday
Community Calendar
Gearhart hosts ham radio field day
Artist workshop at Trail’s End Gallery

Signal News

Going up in the Southeast Hills
School district readies for excavation start
Rare whale dolphin washes ashore
Northern right whale dolphin found in Manzanita
Documentary filmmakers chronicles ‘boxcar’ life
Study: A fifth of rural Oregon kids live in poverty
Customers line up for new Walmart in Warrenton

Signal Opinion

Southern Exposure: Looking for a magic bio-bullet for Gearhart elk
City may seek a magic ‘bio-bullet’
Training your dog to enjoy the beach
Guest column: Using ‘touch’ and ‘loose leash’ behaviors
Chehalem Rec District boasts premiere aquatic facility
Southern Exposure: Reimagining a historic Indian village
Local responders meet public health crisis

Signal Sports

Baseball: Former Seaside players honor Gizdavich
Alumni honor former Gull
Astoria’s Law and Howard sign letters of intent
Athletes will continue careers in college
Westerholm, Johnson named to all-league team
Softball: Five Warrenton players earn all-league honors
Baseball: Astoria’s Hageman named player of the year