With another car going off of the Quatat boat ramp and into the Necanicum River recently, Seaside officials are considering how they can prevent further accidents at the site.
When strolling the sandy beaches of Seaside, it’s easy to ignore what lies directly underfoot — until a discarded nail provides a not-so-gentle reminder.
The state-supported Adolescent Sexuality Conference has visited Seaside for over 20 years without much fanfare and little protestation from the general public.
The South County Food Bank will move from its current location, 880 Avenue A, to its interim location, 1725 N. Roosevelt Drive, this weekend, said Neal Wallace, chairman of the food pantry’s board. The building is the former Coastal Repair and Maintenance shop.
Seaside High School Athletic Director Jason Boyd is the Oregon Athletic Director of the Year for Class 4A.
Darrell E. Rush, 80, of Seaside, died March 19, 2014 at his home, surrounded by his loving family.
Millie passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 23, in Seaside. She was 96. She is survived by two sons, Carl Lundin, of Napa, Calif. and Fred Lundin, of Astoria, four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
After over 20 seasons spent on the soccer sidelines at Seaside High School, Dave Rouse has decided it is time to hang up his whistle.
To hear Giselle Pincetich tell it, she was born to wrestle.
Is there a state championship in the near future for Seaside girls track? It’s hard for coach Jeff Kilday to contain his excitement when talking about the Lady Gulls. That’s because by the end of the season, it may be hard for other teams to stop them.
No, a 4-11 league record isn’t the ideal goal to shoot for.
Will highly successful seasons in football and basketball carry over to the baseball diamond in Seaside?
As a taxpayer in the Seaside School District, I am pleased that I have been committed by the mayor of Cannon Beach, Mike Morgan, to “stew in my own juice.”
Chicks are in!
If you spend much time online these days — especially on Facebook or another popular social network — you’ve undoubtedly seen an uptick in video appearing in your news feed. Facebook’s videos are even of the auto-play variety that you probably either love or hate.
Karen Hessen, in her column “Out of the Ark,” asked the question: Do pets go to heaven? The year John Raniero’s sheltie, Couchi, died following an operation he never should have had, I cried for a week.
It seems the older I get, the faster time slips by. I feel like Thanksgiving and Christmas were just a few weeks ago, but several months have actually passed since then.
As scores of students filed into the gymnasium at Broadway Middle School for an afternoon assembly, Marti Wajc couldn’t believe her luck.
Graham Coltman wasn’t looking for a subject for a children’s book when inspiration struck last April.
Author, speaker and historian Rex Ziak will present “Letters, Life and Love: The Genius of Mozart” at 7 p.m. March 27.
The connection between food and community will be explored during a discussion beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 17 in the Seaside Library, 1131 Broadway.
Denise and Patrick Duhacheck were living in San Diego when Denise’s father, Jim Rogers, died.
Warrenton wrestler Rogue Bergerson wrestles for the title at 106 pounds, in the 2013 Pac Rim W...
Astoria's Aurora Olson and Seaside's Brett Willyard talk about their performances in the 2012 Cow...2012 Cowapa XC Championships Video: Three Course Challenge
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