The newly constructed Seaside High-Middle School officially opened to occupants on Sept. 11, but it is still not safe for students to attend in-person classes because of the risk of catching COVID-19.
The smoky air quality in Portland brought a number of people to Cannon Beach the past few weekends as they sought an escape to cleaner air.
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As a result of extreme fire activity, the Bureau of Land Management Northwest Oregon District has temporarily closed all recreation sites and certain roads through Sept. 30.
Cannon Beach City Council discussed during a work session Tuesday, Sept. 8, a budget update for fiscal year 2020-2021.
The past 36 hours have been very challenging for coastal towns. Fire behavior that is very unpredictable, you need to be updated on the current events. We will be inundated with smoke from sev…
Oregon State University has received a $1.2 million grant from the Oregon Health Authority to expand its Coronavirus Sewer Surveillance project throughout Oregon to comb community wastewater s…
September is National Preparedness Month and Cannon Beach has events scheduled to help people get ready in the event of a disaster.
Natural disasters alone are not enough to motivate local communities to engage in climate change mitigation or adaptation, a new study from Oregon State University found.
Travelers need to pack their patience and allow extra travel time this Labor Day weekend, according to an advisory issued by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT).
Oregon continues to make progress this week in the fight against COVID-19 (Coronavirus), state leaders announced today.
Brace yourself. Summer is not over yet.
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Thousands of Oregonians, many of them for the first time, are now receiving unemployment benefits. The Oregon Department of Revenue wants to remind recipients that these benefits are taxable, …
State health officials report progress in the declining COVID-19 cases in Oregon, but still challenges in slowing the spread, and reopening schools.
Oregon Health Sciences University has canceled a statewide study tracking 100,000 Oregonians for the COVID-19 virus.
Tide gates and associated infrastructure provide an important tool for protecting and controlling water and allowing for land uses, such as agriculture and roadways, along the Columbia River a…
The Oregon Department of Human Services has received approval from Food and Nutrition Services to disburse increased food benefits in September. This additional $30 million for eligible Supple…
High up on the side of Mount Hood, Timberline Lodge has over the years become an Oregon icon. Its rustic, WPA-financed design and construction strike most visitors as a good fit for the state’…
Governor Kate Brown received recommendations from the Vaping Public Health Work Group to address the epidemic of vaping-related illness and youth vaping in Oregon.
As Oregon moves into its second week of a declared wildfire State of Emergency, officials are urging everyone to know Oregon's laws about fire prevention.
Ecola State Park reopened Saturday, Aug. 15, after a landslide caused the park to shut down for road repairs in February. Landslides in the park damaged the park entrance road and wiped out ab…
Both the Seaside School District and the Cannon Beach Academy will begin school this year on Sept. 14 using a 100 percent Comprehensive Distance Learning model for the first six weeks of school.
Policy reforms and technological improvements could drive seafood production upward by as much as 75% over the next three decades, research by Oregon State University and an international coll…
Visitor traffic on Oregon’s north coast has spiked to extraordinarily high levels in August, causing problems with parking congestion and trash.
- Alert: Smoke Air Quality
- Better coastal air quality brings visitors from the valley
- From the Dest of Rick Hudson: Critical air quality warning for Clatsop County and Cannon Beach
- New building, but distance learning starts school year
- Air quality update: Advisory lifted for Oregon Coast
- Two COVID-19 cases reported
- Bahama Boards offers adaptive surf lessons for vets
- State of Oregon to begin road to recovery in aftermath of wildfires
- Sheriff’s office aware of multiple overdoses of heroin
- Q&A with Cannon Beach city leaders Hudson, Steidel