The Seaside and Gearhart Fire Departments responded to a small house fire at 1441 S. Columbia St. at 4:40 p.m. on Thursday afternoon. "Smoke was coming out of the bottom of the house from the crawl space," said Jon Rahl, Seaside's public information officer. The firefighters contained and subdued the fire, which "appears to have started in the crawl space," according to Rahl.
When the third and final vote count for Measure 4-168 was released on the evening of Nov. 5, the voters had spoken, and their cry was an emphatic “no.”
‘Is it OK if I tease you? Because I don't want anyone to cry.”
When the trees started stacking up -- some estimates say the piles reached two stories high -- a few Gearhart residents grew concerned.
“They say, ‘Many hands make light work,’” said Jay Barber, Seaside city councilor, from his council chair during the Oct. 28 meeting.
Workers are continuing construction of a building that will help Seaside find a more sustainable solution for handling its sewage, and construction is going smoothly.
Excerpts from the archives of the Seaside Signal
Alex Reed began his competitive swimming career at age 9; he began his competitive coaching career as soon as he possibly could.
North Coast golfers gathered in Gearhart to mark the beginning of a new tradition: the Glenn Bard/Bob Chisholm Benefit Golf Tournament.
If you like low-scoring, defensive football … Broadway Field was not the place to be Nov. 1.
From an 0-9 record in 2011, to 8-3 in 2013.
Coming into their postseason matchup versus the La Salle Prep Falcons, the Seaside girls soccer team had lots of momentum, while feeling confident that perhaps they could get a big win, but it was not to be as La Salle sent the Gulls home with a 4-0 loss.
To the Editor,
Lately 3D seems to be taking over our entertainment industries. And why wouldn’t it? There’s a great sense of wonder when viewing our favorite movies, television shows and video games in 3D.
As baby boomers age and prepare for retirement, some are facing an unexpected challenge that will stress them financially, physically and emotionally.
With perhaps naive disappointment on my part, we learned that the bond levy to finally build a new and safe campus for all our students did not pass.
As a new member of the Seaside community, I have been excited and encouraged to see the ways in which the people in this area come together to form collaborative community partnerships.
Jon Burke is the Technical Services Supervisor at Seaside Public Library. He has lived in Seaside for 25 years where he raised two children with his wife. He is originally from California.
When Susan Glen moved to Seaside in 1976, she didn’t expect that one day she would be asked to document the town’s history from the years 1920-1950.
On Wednesday, March 13, at 6:00 p.m. the Seaside Public Library will host its monthly Team Trivia Tournament. Teams can consist of one person or have as many as five people.
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