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At the April meeting of the Cannon Beach Library’s board of directors, the board decided the library would not hold, for the second year in a row, the Memorial Day weekend Rare and Old Book Sa…

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 publish…

“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.…

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Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue crews were dispatched to a report of a man found in the water at 1:22 p.m. Saturday, June 19, at Short Sand Beach at Oswald West State Park, unconscious and not b…

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The number of search and rescue missions in Oregon has steadily increased since the COVID-19 pandemic began, according to the Oregon Office of Emergency Management (OEM).

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Oregon is moving into a more dangerous and more intense wildfire season complicated by the state’s continued and deepening drought.

The pyramid scheme has a new look and the Oregon Division of Financial Regulation is warning consumers to steer clear. Gifting clubs, such as Death Row, are illegal pyramid schemes that are sc…

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Cannon Beach City Council passed during a meeting Tuesday, June 1, a resolution for approving increases and decreases to the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 budget by making an intrafund transfer of app…

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