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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 City Council work session.

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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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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. In the 2018 season, only 55 puffins were sp…

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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…

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Hold Fast Tattoo is celebrating their nine-year anniversary at their Broadway location in Seaside this May, but Brandy Rea and Jen Knox have been tattoo artists in Clatsop County for years.

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Imagine what Cannon Beach would have experienced if the Rajneeshees had settled in Cannon Beach.

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SEASIDE — Seaside Brewing Co. owner Jimmy Griffin has already made the switch. He’s now one of the restaurants on the North Coast to voluntarily use paper straws and biodegradable to-go containers.

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“Love It Like a Local” is the theme heard in Cannon Beach, a marketing call unveiled at the chamber’s recent 50th anniversary party in February.

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State Rep. Tiffiny Mitchell faced calls during a town hall at Clatsop Community College on Sunday to push her colleagues for more education funding and taxes on corporations.

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FOREST GROVE — Fifteen minutes following the completion of Saturday's 4A boys basketball state championship game — without even knowing the score — it was pretty obvious what the results were.

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In the words of regional artist Pooka Rice, “art is the best way to facilitate messages.”

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GEARHART — Eight months ago, inspired by an ordinance in Warrenton, Bebe Michel asked Gearhart to ban wildlife feeding to discourage human interaction with elk, deer, bear and other wild animals.

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Nehalem Valley Historical Society Presents “Telling it Like it Was," four presentations in history, held on the second Saturday of March, April and May at 3 p.m. at the Pine Grove Community Ho…

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Pacific Power came to Seaside Tuesday to present a smart meter technology workshop, held at Seaside Brewing Co. Along with demonstrations of the new technology, representatives offered custome…

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SEASIDE — With a new plan to widen and restripe the roadway, the Seaside Planning Commission gave its unanimous OK Tuesday night for a new 18,000-square-foot Grocery Outlet.

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The health and future of the Ecola Creek Forest Reserve was on the agenda as the Cannon Beach Parks Committee at the Feb. 28 work session.

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Baker led 19-5 after one quarter, and cruised from there for a 67-31 win over visiting Seaside, in a first-round game of the 4A girls basketball state playoffs.

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The community is invited to a presentation on the acquisition plan for the Arch Cape Forest, Saturday, March 16, from 11 a.m. to noon at the Arch Cape Fire Station located at 79729 US-101, Arch Cape.

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Julie LaConte and her fifth-grade classroom from the Rossman School in St. Louis, Missouri, turned to modern technology to communicate with members of the Haystack Rock Awareness Program on Feb. 21.

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Nehalem Valley Historical Society Presents “Telling it Like it Was," four presentations in history, held on the second Saturday of March, April and May at 3 p.m. at the Pine Grove Community Ho…

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Housing, emergency management, foredune management, arts and culture stand at the city’s goals list developed at the council’s annual December retreat.

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Increasing student enrollment and community outreach are key goals of the Cannon Beach Academy, director Amy Fredrickson said in an update on the charter school to the Seaside School District'…

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In 1969, Chamber of Commerce president Richard Atherton asked board members to suggest future goals for Cannon Beach. Suggestions included paint up and clean up, keep vacant lots and streets f…

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The schooner the Emily Reed, carrying 2,110 tons of coal, set sail from New South Wales, Australia, and headed to Bristol Bay, Alaska, in 1907. But she never reached her destination.

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SEASIDE — Seaside shouldn’t be liable for a $3.6 million claim filed by the family of an Oklahoma teenager who drowned in July 2016, lawyers for the city argue.