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The proposed Cannon Beach Food and Beverage Tax really comes down to improving the collective health, safety and well being of the people who live, work and vacation in Cannon Beach.

There is a bill in the Oregon ways and means committee SB 719 to remove a loophole in data reporting by health agencies. This loophole allows health agencies to withhold any aggregate (non per…

Oregon Elks lodges ranked fifth in the nation for charitable giving last year according to reports compiled by the Grand Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. Despite facing un…

The Cannon Beach Library is adding additional time for limited browsing. Patrons can enter the library to borrow books from Noon to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Masks, social d…

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…

The Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division is warning taxpayers about Child Tax Credit-related scams, which criminals may use to steal money and personal information.

Most Oregonians who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive emergency allotments in August.

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As a water quality monitoring technician with the state Department of Environmental Quality, Shane Bennett helps to keep swimmers and beachgoers safe from harmful fecal bacteria on Oregon’s beaches.

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The Oregon Office of Emergency Management (OEM) has submitted an After-Action Review (AAR) of the June 2021 excessive heat event to Gov. Brown's office.

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A new grant will allow Oregon State University researchers to study the nutritional value of more than 100 bee-pollinated crops, native plants and commonly used ornamental plants, a project th…

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DMV will start issuing a new design Sept. 1 for the Oregon salmon license plate for passenger cars. The sponsors of the plate sought the new design, a colorful upgrade showing spawning salmon …

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Nearly 450,000 acres of land have already burned across the state during this year’s wildfire season, Gov. Kate Brown announced during a wildfire briefing Tuesday, July 20. Nine large fires ar…

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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?