Lori Tobias, arguably one of the hardest-working journalists travelling the 363 miles of U.S. 101 between the Astoria-Megler bridge and the California border, will discuss her recently published memoir, “Storm Beat: A Journalist Reports from the Oregon Coast,” via a Zoom/Facebook Live presen…

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“I love Cannon Beach” has increasingly become a mantra among residents and tourists alike over the forty-four years we have been part of the Cannon Beach community. What some have failed to re…

The success of the library and its services for patrons, whether North Coast residents or vacationing visitors, depends on support from members of the Cannon Beach Library.

As one nears Cannon Beach, one sees the presence of Haystack Rock. On the road into town, one sees the river that winds into the sea, the sky meets the sea becoming infinity, and the anticipat…

Here it comes. The last “At the Library” column of what seems the worst year in memory, when citizens are promised a designer vaccine within a few months to suppress the runaway spread of Covid-19.

While this pandemic has no doubt been a challenging and tragic time in our history, we have often had tunnel vision when it has come to where we put our consideration and resources. It is not …

Regarding Al Aya and his home on First Street, I rented the home from him for several years in the ‘80s before he retired and moved to Cannon Beach.  It has an original Bartels rock fireplace.…

Just in time for winter, real estate brokers throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington are gearing up for Windermere Real Estate’s annual Share the Warmth campaign. Now through December 21, W…

Governor Kate Brown’s latest statewide freeze has been relaxed for Clatsop County, allowing the Cannon Beach Library to offer greater access again for library card holders and visitors.

Governor Kate Brown’s latest statewide freeze has forced the Cannon Beach Library to suspend Saturday afternoon browsing for at least two weeks. The library continues to offer door-side servic…

When the U.S. Census announced its 2020 count Monday, Oregon was announced as one of seven states that will add congressional seats, beginning in 2022.

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Due to the rapid spread of COVID-19 in Oregon, Governor Kate Brown announced Tuesday, April 27, updates to county risk levels under the state’s public health framework. With hospitalizations r…

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The success of the library and its services for patrons, whether North Coast residents or vacationing visitors, depends on support from members of the Cannon Beach Library.

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As one nears Cannon Beach, one sees the presence of Haystack Rock. On the road into town, one sees the river that winds into the sea, the sky meets the sea becoming infinity, and the anticipat…

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Here it comes. The last “At the Library” column of what seems the worst year in memory, when citizens are promised a designer vaccine within a few months to suppress the runaway spread of Covid-19.

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While this pandemic has no doubt been a challenging and tragic time in our history, we have often had tunnel vision when it has come to where we put our consideration and resources. It is not …

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Regarding Al Aya and his home on First Street, I rented the home from him for several years in the ‘80s before he retired and moved to Cannon Beach.  It has an original Bartels rock fireplace.…

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Just in time for winter, real estate brokers throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington are gearing up for Windermere Real Estate’s annual Share the Warmth campaign. Now through December 21, W…

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Governor Kate Brown’s latest statewide freeze has been relaxed for Clatsop County, allowing the Cannon Beach Library to offer greater access again for library card holders and visitors.

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Governor Kate Brown’s latest statewide freeze has forced the Cannon Beach Library to suspend Saturday afternoon browsing for at least two weeks. The library continues to offer door-side servic…

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I’m trying to make an informed decision on the race for House of Representatives District 32 between Suzanne Weber and Debbie Boothe-Schmidt. I’ve been impressed by what I’ve seen and read abo…

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This November, I am finally looking forward to voting for a candidate instead of just voting against one. That candidate is Suzanne Weber.

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In Robert Potter’s letter on October 6, he bemoaned that Suzanne Weber doesn’t constantly scream her party affiliation from the rooftops, while Debbie Boothe-Schmidt announces her partisanship…

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I am writing to voice my support for Debbie Boothe-Schmidt for my state representative. Debbie has roots in our community as a dedicated public servant and small business owner and was a stron…

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Debbie Boothe-Schmidt is the best choice to be our Representative for House District 32. Debbie has been a small business owner and a union member and leader for the last two decades. She know…

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We Oregonians want to be safe from devastating wildfires like the ones that are burning now. The science is clear: If we do nothing to address climate change, disasters like these will only increase.

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Fact and truth. Yes Suzanne Weber is a registered Republican, running for State Rep. Dist. 32, ant that is not a sin… Donald Trump is the President until Nov. 3, and the voters will decide at …

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We are in the grips of one of the worst economic collapses this country has experienced, a crisis of a magnitude many of us have not experienced in our lifetimes. How will we dig ourselves out…

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To those of you who are moving to the North Coast in order to flee unrest and high taxation, I would like to ask you to kindly vote for candidates this November who will continue to protect th…