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Januik wins 800 meters for Seaside
Bad luck for the the Lady Gulls on Day 3

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Public gets look into logging life during Camp 18 event
Public gets look into logging life during Camp 18 event
Camp 18 Logging Museum and Memorial combine fun logging activities, dedication to former loggers and a large dose of community spirit during annual event.
Step-by-Step program gets new name, new look
Step-by-Step program gets new name, new look
Sunset Empire Park & Recreation District preschool program helps students step into kindergarten feeling academically and socially prepared.
City Council OKs medical marijuana dispensaries
Seaside City Council passes legislation sets restrictions on where medical marijuana dispensaries can operate and allows city to distribute business licenses to dispensaries.
Gearhart fence code repeal leaves town without ordinance
Gearhart temporarily without a fence ordinance after repeal of existing rules.
Porcelain china-painting school comes to Seaside for 14th year
Porcelain china-painting school comes to Seaside for 14th year
Oregon World Organization of China Painters visits Seaside for Art Retreat.
‘Impeach Obama’ protest is first of its kind in Seaside
‘Impeach Obama’ protest is first of its kind in Seaside

Robert, left, and Rhoda Friedman, with the Impeach Obama NOW Coalition, speak with a driver passing by on U.S. Highway 101 during a protest held May 3 outside Seaside City Hall. Members of the coalition have put on numerous protests in locations...

Land Conservancy receives funds for land purchase
Land Conservancy receives funds for land purchase
Land conservancy receives gift.
Wallace retiring from Public Works Director position
Wallace retiring from Public Works Director position
Seaside Public Works Director Neal Wallace is retiring June 30.
Listening to the Land: Naturalist asks ‘What do we hear?’
Listening to the Land: Naturalist asks ‘What do we hear?’
Photographer Neil Maine comes to Seaside for a library talk.
Safety fair to be held this weekend
Seaside to host Safety Fair for public.

Seaside Scene

Public gets look into logging life during Camp 18 event
Camp 18 Logging Museum and Memorial combine fun logging activities, dedication to former loggers and a large dose of community spirit during annual...
Step-by-Step program gets new name, new look
Sunset Empire Park & Recreation District preschool program helps students step into kindergarten feeling academically and socially prepared.
Porcelain china-painting school comes to Seaside for 14th year
‘Impeach Obama’ protest is first of its kind in Seaside
Listening to the Land: Naturalist asks ‘What do we hear?’

Signal News

Kidnapper faces new charges in abduction of California girl
The Everett, Wash., man pleaded not guilty Friday in Clatsop County Circuit Court to 12 felony charges.
City Council OKs medical marijuana dispensaries
Seaside City Council passes legislation sets restrictions on where medical marijuana dispensaries can operate and allows city to distribute business...
Gearhart fence code repeal leaves town without ordinance
Preparing for emergency ‘in a methodical way’
Land Conservancy receives funds for land purchase

Signal Opinion

Seen from Seaside: A welcome to the city of Seaside
Editor's column takes a look at goings-on in Seaside.
Between the covers: Considering the future of the Internet
Contemplating the future of the Internet
Scene and Heard: Pancakes and sausage at the convention center
Letter: Expansion plans must consider tsunami risk
Letter: To all dog owners: clean up after your pet

Signal Sports

Januik wins 800 meters for Seaside
Bad luck for the the Lady Gulls on Day 3
Gulls win the day at Seaside Invitational
Gulls are still the 4A favorites
Three SHS track stars earn Athletes of the Meet honors
Rains prevails at Seaside Invitational golf tourney