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SOLVE has announced the addition of two new events this summer, the Summer Beach Cleanup Series from July through August, presented by AAA, and SOLVE... [Read More]
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Contessia Angus has a peculiar problem: She keeps finding pieces of gravestones in her yard. So far, she's found at least 10 of them; one... [Read More]
On July 8, 1948, Seaside Elks Lodge No. 1748 was instituted, and hundreds of Elks came to Seaside and Gearhart to help with the ceremony.... [Read More]
The Goonies re-enactment drama pilot is a go, and will move forward with development, according to BleedingCool.com (bit.ly/FoxGoon). (Part of the movie's 4K cover is... [Read More]
Bornstein Seafoods closed the Warrenton Deep Sea seafood market in June. [Read More]
More employers who cite religious or moral grounds can decline to offer cost-free birth control coverage to their workers, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, upholding... [Read More]
A special meeting Tuesday to discuss whether Skyler Archibald had authority as executive director to sign an agreement on behalf of the Sunset Empire Park... [Read More]
A steep drop in Oregon Lottery funds due to the COVID-19 crisis has killed the sale of $273 million in state bonds to pay for... [Read More]
Desperate to solve the deadly conundrum of COVID-19, the world is clamoring for fast answers and solutions from a research system not built for haste. [Read More]
The sudden closure of Warrenton Deep Sea, a popular seafood market on the banks of the Skipanon River, caught the former manager and customers by... [Read More]
Keith Chandler, general manager at the Seaside Aquarium, said most patrons have been wearing masks since it reopened in May. [Read More]
Fishermen will have extra days to try for Chinook salmon on the Columbia River this summer. [Read More]
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