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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.

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North Coast Land Conservancy is seeking volunteers for one more assault on invasive Japanese knotweed that had spread widely in its Necanicum Forest Habitat Reserve east of Seaside. Join them …

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An empty school gymnasium assumes an electrifying ambience when filled with hundreds of young students moving together in something resembling unison while high-tempo Indian pop music pulses t…

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Local and not-so-local environmentalists are flocking to Cannon Beach through Monday, April 22, for the 10th annual 12 Days of Earth Day. The celebration has become a city tradition and a way …

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In 2015, an eighth-grader from Seaside School District compelled legislators to sponsor a bill designating April 14 as Honorary Artists of Oregon Day. Seaside High School celebrated the follow…

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Thanks to Seaside High School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter, students can learn important professional skills and also practice putting them to use in competitions that simulate…

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Seaside, Gearhart and Cannon Beach residents will get a chance to hear what this year’s school board candidates have to say about the Seaside School District’s key issues. They’ll be attending…

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The day before opening, construction crews worked away at the new Mo’s, located in the Shilo Inn on the Prom. The room, with one of the most exquisite ocean views anywhere, brings Mo’s classic…

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Seaside Heights Elementary School was among the dozens of schools and emergency services buildings across Oregon to receive funds for seismic rehabilitation grants from Business Oregon.

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Although Angkor Wat in modern Cambodia is 900 years old, archaeologists are only beginning to research the history of the people who lived near the temple.

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In celebration of man’s best friend and with the glamour only Beverly Hills can provide, the star-studded competition will be co-hosted by award-winning TV personality, author and Broadway act…

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Oregon’s population of wolves increased by 10% last year. There are now 137 of them in the state, according to the state’s annual report on wolf management released Monday.

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Tami Bellingham is a member of the Rose City Labrador Retriever Club, a not-for-profit organization licensed by the American Kennel Club and a member of the Master National Retriever Club.

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Faced with rising construction costs and a shortage of labor, Seaside School District Superintendent Sheila Roley and project manager Jim Henry presented designs for a new freestanding gymnasi…

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The Cannon Beach City Council asked the Planning Commission to consider three potential ordinance changes to the short-term rental program, which they did in a series of public meetings which …

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The Christian Culinary Academy hosted the 10th Annual Christian Chefs International Conference which included a student culinary demonstration featuring a six-course meal. The academy, a small…

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Cannon Beach Academy, which faced possible closure before the end of the school year due to financial woes, will continue to operate thanks to a major donation and several pledges.

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Cannon Beach resident Lois Moore won’t be opening a new bed-and-breakfast in her duplex at 547 Antler Road as she had hoped.

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For several years, wildlife biologist and Beaver State Wildlife Solutions owner Jakob Shockey has developed and implemented anti-lethal solutions to help property owners deal with beavers and …

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has developed a roadmap for getting Oregon Coast coho off the endangered species list, but it relies on cooperation from partners, including…

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Plans for two new marijuana shops were approved by the Design Review Board at the March 21 meeting. The most recent design review for the 3115 South Hemlock was denied because of “architectura…

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For kindergarten students at Seaside Heights Elementary School, homework each week is profoundly simple: Playing a board game with their family.

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The Oregon Department of Human Services on Thursday disclosed that millions of agency emails had been breached in January, potentially exposing the personal medical information of hundreds of …

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Public Works Director Karen LaBonte and Community Development Director Jeff Adams presented the City Council with updated street, tree and park ordinances for consideration at the March 12 Cit…

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The Cannon Beach City Council is considering providing $25,000 to the Cannon Beach History Center and Museum through the Tourism and Arts Fund for the museum’s efforts to purchase the old Cann…

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With the filing deadline past, two of three open seats will see competitive races at the Seaside School District board of directors election. 

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A bill to ban drilling off the Oregon Coast is headed to the desk of Gov. Kate Brown, after passing the state House of Representatives on Tuesday.

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Third-graders from Cannon Beach Academy got a taste of state politics with a trip to Salem on Monday, March 18, to visit with local legislators.

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Third-graders from Cannon Beach Academy got a taste of state politics with a trip to Salem on Monday, March 18, to visit with local legislators.

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The Warren Way Hemlock intersection has been problematic since the installation of the candlestick barriers, considered eyesores by many.

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On Aug. 16, 1881, Apache Indians attacked a ranch near Cuchillo Negro Creek, New Mexico, killing a family of four and two sheepherders. Troop I of the 9th U.S. Cavalry, composed of African Ame…

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During a World of Haystack lecture March 13, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wildlife biologist Shawn Stephensen discussed the ongoing study of tufted puffins at Haystack Rock and other coastal…

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Cannon Beach is home to one of the West Coast’s treasures; the last remaining tufted puffin colony on the Oregon coast exists only at Haystack Rock.

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SEASIDE — The 10th Pouring at the Coast event heralded the North Coast as a bona fide beer region, a hub where brewers and beer lovers converged to share their love for the craft.

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To promote business creation, retention and expansion in Clatsop County, CEDR will recognize outstanding businesses at the annual awards reception and event on Thursday, April 11, at the Seasi…

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Fire Chief Matt Benedict wants the Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District to be one of the premier districts on the Oregon Coast. To that end, a major roof repair, replacing unsafe respon…