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The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) announce the closure of the remainder of the coast for recreational razor clamming. Recent razo…

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Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) invites Oregonians to head outside for some fresh air the day after Thanksgiving, Nov. 27, also known as ‘Green Friday.’ OPRD will waive day-use p…

On Thursday, Nov. 19, the State of Oregon announced it is joining the national Get Covered 2021 campaign, spearheaded by Get Covered America, Covered California, and the Kentucky Health Benefi…

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While the COVID-19 pandemic has caused deep economic impacts across the state, the latest Oregon Revenue Forecast suggest an improving outlook.

The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) and Oregon State University (OSU) Extension are again partnering to provide free KN95 masks to farmworkers, farmers, ranchers, fishers, food processo…

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The Dec. 1 commercial Dungeness crab season is delayed until at least Dec. 16 for the entire Oregon coast as testing shows crabs are too low in meat yield.

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The city of Cannon Beach has been awarded $100,000 from the Small Cities Allotments program. The funds will be used to improve the Warren Way and Hemlock intersection.

The Clatsop County Public Health Department on Wednesday, Nov. 18, reported six new local COVID-19 cases.

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Celebrate Earth Day at the Cannon Beach History Center and Museum with a talk about sea otters on Monday, April 22, at 4 p.m.

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Author Debra Gwartney will be touring the Northwest for her new memoir “I Am a Stranger Here Myself.” She will appear at the Lunch in the Loft series, Thursday, April 18, at 2 p.m., at Beach B…

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On Thursday, April 25, explore the history and legends that make Oregon unique.

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As the library director of the Seaside Public Library, one of the things I am very proud of is our collaboration with the Astoria Public Library and Warrenton Community Library. Together we wo…

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The Necanicum Watershed Council presents the 13th annual fundraising event, “Necanicum Bird Discovery Day.”

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When you’re sick or injured, where you go for care can make a lot of difference. If you have a minor ailment, you probably don’t want to sit for hours in an emergency room, waiting until the d…

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Authors Jennifer Haupt and Liz Prato share the stage at Manzanita Writers’ Series for an Authors in Conversation event, at 7 p.m. at the Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzanita on Saturday, A…

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The Cannon Beach Arts Association is pleased to present a collection of works by the Oregon Botanical Artists starting Wednesday, March 27 until Sunday, May 5. An artist reception will be held…

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The Cannon Beach History Center and Museum presents, “Looking Beyond the Temples and Beyond the Capital: Exploring the residences of the ancient Angkorians,” with Dr. Alison Carter on Thursday…

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You don’t want to talk about it. You don’t want to think about it. But it's important. If you are over 50, screening for colorectal cancer (cancer of the rectum or colon) is critical. For one …

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‘Living on Love,” the Coaster Theatre Playhouse’s spring production, is not a musical, but music is woven throughout the characters’ histories, onstage antics and poignant relationships.

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The North Coast Big Band will perform a benefit concert for the Clatsop Community College Performing Arts Center at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 31. Doors open at 1:30 and tickets are available at …

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A Healing Arts Faire will be held Saturday, March 30, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Pine Grove Community House in Manzanita. The event is free. 

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Clatsop CASA’s 21st annual fundraiser, Hands & Hearts, takes place Wednesday, March 20, at the Bridgewater Bistro in Astoria, from 6 to 9 p.m. This annual celebration provides the opportun…

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Doug Forbes specializes in "in getting that old gear up to snuff."

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"The vacuum tube never went away, never will," says Doug Forbes of Music 101. Pictured is a vintage Marshall tube amplifier.

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The Coaster Theatre Playhouse has received the city of Cannon Beach’s Community Services Grant and the US Bank’s Community Grant to assist in tuition of our children’s art camps.

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Although wine is the star of the 10th annual Savor Cannon Beach festival, taking place through Sunday, March 10, food and fellowship are strong supporting characters that round out a lavish sh…

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Author Pam Houston returns to the Beach Books "Lunch in the Loft" series at noon on Friday, March 22, with her latest work.

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Kerri Rosenblatt and Doug Forbes of Music 101 in Gearhart. 

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Seaside P.E.O. Chapter CR is now taking plant orders for this year’s annual fundraiser. All profits fund P.E.O. scholarship and loan programs. The plants are provided by New Leaf Greenhouse in…

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Scheduled to be released this September, the critically-acclaimed film “Vicious” made its Oregon coast debut in February on a cold winter’s night in Manzanita. For writer/director Jason Rosenb…

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The spring brings many great things to the Oregon coast, including the return of Savor Cannon Beach. If you haven’t heard of the Savor event, some keywords include wine, food and good cause. T…

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Astoria author, Marianne Monson, will read from and discuss her most recent book, ”Women of the Blue and Gray: True Civil War Stories of Mothers, Medics, Soldiers, and Spies.” The Northwest Au…

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The 12th annual “A Sweet Affaire”will be held on Sunday, March 10, from 4 to 6:30 p.m. at the Seaside Civic and Convention Center.

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A poet who splits her time between Juneau, Alaska, and Cape Meares won the poetry contest held by the Manzanita Writers’ Series and the Hoffman Center for the Arts.

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Watching a glass artist at work, it can be difficult to detect the premeditation and reasoning behind their series of actions, which at times come across curious and confusing. As the process …

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The city of Cannon Beach invites nonprofit organizations providing arts, educational, recreational, environmental, community or social services to apply for grant funding.

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The city of Cannon Beach invites nonprofit organizations providing arts, educational, recreational, environmental, community or social services to apply for grant funding.

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Don Frank at the Cannon Beach Arts Association's "Photography Invitational," reception on Saturday, Feb. 16. The exhibit features the works of Frank, Justin Bailie, Maya Dooley, George Vetter,…

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Bathed in colorful lights, a small army of girls, accompanied by their fathers and other male relatives, generated a palpable energy that thrummed along with high-volume music and excited chat…

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Photographer Neal Maine wants you to reconsider the boundaries of your backyard. He wants you to think bigger, much bigger. In fact, Maine would have you look at the entire globe as your backy…

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The Cannon Beach Arts Association is hosting an artist’s reception for the 2019 Photography Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 6 p.m., at the Cannon Beach Gallery. The exhibit features loca…

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Three new providers have joined the Providence hospital's professional staff: family nurse practitioners Dianna Doyle, FNP, and Debra White, FNP, and family physician with obstetrics, Jiyeon J…

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On Wednesday, Jan. 30, the Seaside High School Jazz Ensemble will be performing a joint concert with the North Coast Big Band at the newly renovated Times Theatre in downtown Seaside.

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