Filled with Fourth of July cheer and clad in the notable colors of red, white and blue, thousands of people lined major thoroughfares in Seaside on July Fourth to watch the Seaside Museum and Historical Society’s annual holiday parade.
A special election will be held Sept. 16 between Lianne Thompson and Dale Barrett for the District 5 county commissioner seat.
The Seaside Cinema is undergoing an extensive face lift, complete with structural upgrades, several interior remodeling projects and the addition of new and improved amenities.
Five Seaside City Council seats will be up for grabs in the 2014 general election Nov. 4.
Clatsop County amateur radio operators joined with thousands of others from across the nation to practice and demonstrate their preferred mode of emergency communication during the annual Field Day event recently.
The owner of a historic livery stable in Gearhart is taking her case against the city to the Oregon State Land Use Board of Appeals.
Summer reading is even more pleasurable with a series of events scheduled throughout the next two months during the Seaside Public Library’s Summer Reading Program.
The USA Jump Rope tournament is only a hop, skip and a jump away for Seaside’s Tsunami Skippers.
For the first time since 1975, the Seaside High School boys golf team has brought home the state championship.
The District 1/4A boys’ golf title is finally back with Seaside.
Two thousand golf balls were dropped from a helicopter over the Astoria Golf & Country Club May 10 as part of a fundraiser for the Assistance League of the Columbia Pacific. The balls were marked with donors’ numbers, and those that landed closest to the designated pin won prizes. The league raised $10,000 to buy clothing for kids in need in Clatsop County.
The more time I spend in Seaside, the more I realize how many amazing things we do as a small town. As part of the city’s visioning Seaside for 2034 project, people ask me what I have been seeing as a pattern for the future.
On the last day of May, we attended a birthday party for Rosie Thiers at the home of Debbie Vail and Laurel Adelman. Such a fun time. Those girls are great hosts.
I am writing this just before Father’s Day, and, as is usually the case at this time of year, which also happens to be near my father’s birth date, I spend a great deal of time reminiscing about him.
My egg carton had a message that said, “To prevent bacterial illness, be sure when you cook eggs that yolk is firm.” My eggs of choice are hard boiled (wouldn’t you know?), but what about poached or soft-boiled or over easy? Wherever we turn these days, there seems to be a red flag about food. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
Monday, June 16 passed just like any other day, starting with the morning coffee, a little stretching of the achy muscles and outside, an overcast sky. That’s right, the first day of summer vacation began just as it has so many times before: “mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and a high of 58 degrees.”
Sharks, monkeys and moose take on personalities, entertaining skits are improvised, songs are accompanied with movement and ideas are transported from inside the mind to outside in the world at Aza Cody’s summer Theatre of the Imagination series.
Miss Cascade’s Rebecca Anderson, of Oregon City, wooed the judges and was crowned Miss Oregon on June 28 at the Seaside Civic and Convention Center.
Four groups will participate in the Drum and Bugle Corps Show in Seaside on the Fourth of July.
Their license plates read “II FUN,” “YOU LUZ,” “SEEE YA” and “RRRRR” and had signs on display that read, “Please don’t touch my beautiful body.”
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