- Coast Guard responds to fishing boat aground on Clatsop Spit
- CBG E-Edition for 5-17-19
- Police investigate shooting threat at Seaside High
- Current E-Edition
- Oregon Coast Shipwrecks: On display at the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum
- Fat Bike Festival 2019
- ‘Sold on Monday’ author to speak at Cannon Beach Library
- OSU researchers develop better way to determine coastal flooding risk
- Police Reports May 3
- Did Francis Drake and the Golden Hind Land at Whale Cove in 1579
The Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB) has discovered a security breach involving 8,013 online contractor accounts, according to a report from the agency.
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Democratic U.S. Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley welcomed the U.S. Agriculture Department decision to restore full Secure Rural Schools program payments for counties and schools.
Oregon’s total nonfarm payroll employment rose 3,300 in April, following a gain of 6,500 jobs in March.
Criminal charges are pending for a student who allegedly threatened a school shooting in Seaside.
Researchers at Oregon State University have developed a new methodology for building computer models that paves the way to better understanding the flood risks faced by coastal communities.
Coast Guard crews responded to a commercial fishing vessel that grounded on the north side of the Clatsop Spit near the Columbia River Bar entrance on Monday, May 13.
A National Science Foundation study of factors that cause corals stress suggests that localized attempts to curb pollution on reefs won’t save them without a worldwide effort to reduce global …
Sens. Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden, Oregon Democrats, have joined colleagues in introducing the West Coast Ocean Protection Act to permanently ban offshore drilling in federal waters off the coa…
When people hear Cannon Beach has a food pantry, surprise is not an uncommon response. As a renowned upscale tourist destination studded with opulent homes and ocean views, how can there be a …
TUESDAY, May 7
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The state and Cannon Beach City Manager Mike Myers want the coastal community to be ready with two weeks of supplies on-hand should a disaster occur. It was this concern that Myers brought to …
A man who was suspected to be a fatal assault victim died accidentally, according to new information.
The Wildlife Center of the North Coast came to the rescue for a red-tailed hawk that bit off more than it could chew.
Zeroes in on higher density and vacation rentals
The Oregon Health Authority’s Beach Monitoring Program invites public comment on a list of beaches it is proposing to monitor this summer.
Oregon coastal advocates are calling for a wholesale scrapping of the program, citing the need for certainty in protecting our coastal communities and economies.
The Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District is discussing big changes, including forming a new district with Falcon Cove, and the board wants to bring the public into the discussion sooner…
An overcast sky did not dampen the spirits of young Cannon Beach Academy students the afternoon of April 12 as they participated in a time-honored tradition of planting trees in recognition of…
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Growing up, local artist and naturopathic doctor Mary Bess Gloria remembers perceiving the action of littering as a problem, particularly because it was her father’s pet-peeve.
The Cannon Beach Academy received a special delivery last week that marks an important step in the school’s effort to be prepared for keeping students safe during an emergency or natural disaster.
A new doctor has joined Dragonheart Herbs and Natural Medicine in Cannon Beach.
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…
What’s your vision of a healthier future? What helps you to be healthy and what gets in the way? What can we do to improve or help you to live your best life?
Four wellness businesses, including Seaside Yoga Studio & Retreat Center, Jenn Visser Mind/Body Coaching, Healthy Hub Massage & Wellness, and Ancient Health and Healing will open their…