Mayor Sue Wilson was appointed mayor of Rockaway Beach at the May 8 city council meeting by a vote of the council. Mayor Wilson has plans for the small town, which include keeping the feel of a small town. Since she was appointed mayor, she has learned a lot and plans to do more as her time …
A month safari, botanical drawing workshop, and other free walks and workshops are scheduled in August at Circle Creek Conservation Center, a nature preserve open to the public at the south en…
Cannon Beach joyfully celebrated the Fourth of July with, among other events, an annual parade beginning at 11 a.m. sharp. The event is attended by thousands lining Hemlock Street to view the …
The Cannon Beach Arts Association is gearing up for an amazing summer.
Not long ago, I attended a Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting and sat next to John Buehler, who quickly reminded me of how we first met.
Dear Customers, Friends, and Family:
The 53rd-annual Seaside Beach Run is on for Saturday, July 20.
A month of activities that include a safari, botanical drawing workshop, and other free walks and workshops are scheduled in August at Circle Creek Conservation Center, a nature preserve open …
Friday, July 12
The 53rd annual Seaside Beach Run is on Saturday, July 20. The course will begin and end at 12th Avenue at the North Prom beach access, and the entire event will be held on the beach to avoid …
Cannon Beach Book Company will host an evening with author Karl Marlantes on Thursday, July 11th at 7 p.m.
The company known today as Coaster Construction began in 1973 under the vision, leadership, and dedication of Maurie Clark, Ray Watkins, and Nick Nelson.
New York Times bestselling author and fan favorite Terry Brooks will be at the Cannon Beach Book Company at 4pm on Tuesday, July 9th.
This column ran in The Gazette 11 years ago. Granddaughter Emmersen has finished her freshman year of college. But this memory is vivid and the message timeless. Thank you for reading it.
Every Fourth of July morning for three decades, Cannon Beach residents and visitors, cups of java in hand, gather along Hemlock Street for two events—the Independence Day Parade and the Cannon…
The Cannon Beach Gallery Group is sponsoring a new environmentally themed arts festival this September 20th – 22nd. The Earth & Ocean Arts Festival offers the excitement of artistic inspi…
We would like to thank the community of Cannon Beach and the Seaside School District for being so supportive of the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum and our decision to purchase the fo…
“Nunsense” is Coaster Theatre Playhouse’s summer musical with mild adult themes and lots of fun, musical numbers. The play, written by Dan Goggin, runs through June 28 until September 1 and be…
Every Tuesday afternoon through September, the parking lot at the corner of Hemlock and Gower streets will be filled with local farmers, producers and artisans selling the bounty of the Oregon coast.
The Cannon Beach Academy has a fun night planned on June 15 with all proceeds benefiting the school.
The Coaster Theatre’s summer repertory opens Friday, June 21, with the classic Agatha Christie murder mystery “And Then There Were None,” followed by the habit-forming musical “Nunsense” on Fr…
Cannon Beach Book Company will host an evening with author Erica Bauermeister on Wednesday, June 19th at 7 p.m.
During the summer months library volunteers greet the return of an increasing number of patrons borrowing the latest mysteries by favorite authors, consuming seductive beach reads and combing …
Two weeks ago, I reintroduced myself to the Cannon Beach Chamber following our company’s reacquisition of “The Gazette.”
Photos from the Cannon Beach 55th Annual Sandcastle Contest
- Young wildlife may look abandoned ... but it is probably not
- Oceanside Water District has potential contamination
- Land acquisition looks at trail gaps
- Oregon’s Bounty offers searchable directory of family farms and ranches
- Seabirds are hatching at Haystack Rock
- Cannon Beach Distillery closing
- Grand Parade Indeed!
- Letter: Cannon Beach Distillery plans ‘sale or shut down‘
- Mysterious history of high bacteria readings at Cannon Beach
- Public health advisory lifted