Seaside School District has been providing a summer “Grab-n-Go” meal service this summer. The assistance began June 15 and will continue until Aug. 28.
Cannon Beach Library has made changes to its library services. Service is open to patrons who already have library cards or to new patrons who are Cannon Beach or Arch Cape residents.
SOLVE welcomes Oregonians into the field during SOLVE IT for Oregon, presented by Portland General Electric. From Aug. 1–15, Oregonians are invited to take part once again in cleaning up and c…
View the online version of our Summer 2020 Coastal Eats on Oregon's North Coast publication here!
With many Pacific Power customers experiencing difficulties paying bills in the wake of the COVID-19 emergency and the associated economic downturn, the company is encouraging customers to spe…
Searching for something grown or made by a local? Farmers markets are the ultimate stop.
The Pelican Brewing Company made a concerted effort to help the employees it was forced to let go when the state closed inside dining at restaurants earlier this year.
Since March, this column has offered little news about the Cannon Beach Library so you might want to sit down before reading that the library is experimenting with lending books and DVDs safel…
Photo: Two pictures of textile artist, Tess Tappert, picture of the wall hanging she donated for 2019 Gingerbread Tea raffle and picture of the piece being raffled now, Secrets of the Siren.
As the Oregon State University Extension Service Master Food Preserver program turns 40, its hotline is once again ready to take calls.
North Coast Land Conservancy (NCLC) invites the public to join Executive Director Katie Voelke at an online gathering on Monday, Aug. 3, from 6-7:30 p.m. to learn about the organization's hist…
Oregon’s ocean is home to a spectacular array of creatures living within some of the most diverse habitats on the planet. Beautiful and unique, the animals, plants and the many features of Ore…
Among the many things we’re missing in these days of social distancing, live music is darn near the top of the list.
The Cannon Beach Library remains locked down, but the library board has been using the coronavirus closure as an opportunity to repaint, redesign the office, purchase physical shields, and pla…
Purple martins are a beautifully spectacular bird, the largest of the swallow family.
The Tolovana Arts Colony has restarted its Zumba and yoga classes at Tolovana Hall in Cannon Beach.
The Cannon Beach Arts Association's (CBAA) first priority is to support the wellness of campers, their families and CBAA staff and volunteers in the greater community, while also bringing hope…
Angora Hiking Club celebrated their 100-year Centennial with a drive-by to the oldest living members’ home and a photo at the Astoria Column. Over 20 cars and 30 members honked and waved Angor…
White Bird Gallery has reopened with modified hours. See the gallery’s artwork in person or browse current and past exhibitions online.
The 18th-annual Kids Art Camp, scheduled for Aug. 3-7, will be a little different this year, given the novel coronavirus restrictions in place.
Recently, this column has ignored many books focused on the chaos surrounding all things touched by President Donald Trump.
Cannon Beach Library’s annual Fourth of July book sale is canceled this year, due to the coronavirus.
SOLVE is happy to announce the addition of two new events this summer, the Summer Beach Cleanup Series, presented by AAA, and SOLVE IT for Oregon, presented by Portland General Electric. These…
Since its inception in 1983, Fire Mountain School (FMS) has had a strong history of shifting, growing and adapting to meet the needs of the North Coast families it serves. Beginning with the f…
July is the 100th anniversary of Angora Hiking Club. It will start off with a display at the Clatsop County Historical Society, 714 Exchange Street in Astoria.
Two weeks ago, the “At the Library” column of May 29 reviewed the book “The Toledo Incident of 1925,” in which Ted Cox describes a nativist uprising in Toledo, Oregon, against Pacific Spruce C…
- High school football delayed indefinitely
- New COVID-19 case reported
- Earthquakes felt along the west coast
- Fatal hit and run at Hunt Creek Rock pit
- Coast Guard rescues two teens near Fort Stevens (with video)
- Fatal vehicle versus pedestrian crash on Hwy 101
- Cannon Beach Library makes changes to library service
- Volunteers invited to SOLVE IT for Oregon, a new statewide volunteer event
- Letter: Weber’s endorsements are why I support Booth-Schmidt
- Pelican owners help employees during pandemic