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We need to add a new line to this folksong from the 1960’s: “How many times does an AR 15 have to kill innocent children, doctors in a hospital, shoppers in grocery stores, etc., movie goers i…

I find it interesting how challenging of a phrase this is for some folks. I suppose it fits the ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ type of abstraction.

It’s a sad time for representative government in Clatsop County. “Our” Board of County Commissioners is poised to approve a sweeping Ordinance (22-05), despite overwhelming opposition from imp…

In a recent letter to the CB Gazette (5/13/22) local hotel owner Hannah Buschert accused Cannon Beach City Councilor Nancy McCarthy of disrespecting her husband, Erik Ostrander. Curious about …

In Cannon Beach, the ocean looks serene and beautiful on the surface, but as one dives in they experience an undercurrent of discontent and anger towards some of our City Employees and Elected…

What the heck is going on in Cannon Beach? I have been a homeowner here for over 30 years and I have never seen or heard such unproductive bickering as I have over the last 12 months.

Depending on how one defines the long Memorial Day weekend—whether four days, Friday through Monday, or three days, Saturday through Monday—Cannon Beach residents and visitors should plan a qu…

I encourage my fellow citizens to re-elect Lianne Thompson to the Clatsop County Commission at the May 17 primary. Lianne’s dedication and long service should give us confidence that she is pr…

Question is, does a property owner have a right to cut trees on their property? In order to build or a view or for any reason they wish? Didn’t every lot in town become a house by cutting a tr…

Through a generous agreement with the Seaside Public Library, the Cannon Beach Library will again  offer patrons the interlibrary loan services throughout the United States as well as continui…

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The COVID-19 Biweekly Data Report, released today, shows a decrease in COVID-19-related cases, hospitalizations and deaths since the previous biweekly period.

In May, unemployment rates declined in 33 of Oregon’s 36 counties. Unemployment rates in three counties did not decline, but held steady over the month. Thirteen counties had unemployment rate…

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The Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative (OBRC) is hosting the 2022 Hidden Bottle Hunt from July 6-10 by hiding six commemorative bottles in parks and trails throughout the state.

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Children 6 months and older are the latest group to become eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine after the state granted its approval over the weekend.

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In Oregon, nonfarm payroll employment grew by 6,200 in May, following gains averaging 6,000 jobs in the prior six months. Monthly gains in May were largest in leisure and hospitality (+3,200 j…

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The COVID-19 Biweekly Data Report, released June 15th, shows a decrease in COVID-19-related cases, hospitalizations and deaths since the previous biweekly period.

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The Tillamook County Commissioners recently held the first hearing on a proposal for them to appoint the County Surveyor rather than have the voters elect this position. The past practice was …

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I know we discussed this issue several years ago, but with the recent earthquakes off the west coast, why is Tillamook County the only county on the west coast without tsunami sirens?