In response to David Dornbusch’s Oct. 21 letter, “Alligators in Ecola Creek?,” where he whimsically compares allowing European beach grass in our dunes to the possibility of allowing alligators to live in Ecola Creek, and asks for the grading and replanting of American beach grass, I have go…

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Oregon memoirist and novelist Craig Lesley packed the children’s room at Cannon Beach Library last Saturday afternoon as he presented a stellar Northwest Authors Series reading from “autobiogr…

Dear Editor: Did someone release pet alligators into Ecola Creek? Are they multiplying and eating our native ducks, gulls and an occasional elk?

Reminder to readers: The Northwest Authors Series brings Oregon novelist Stephen Holgate to the Cannon Beach Library on Oct, 12 at 2 p.m. And Cannon Beach Reads will discuss Jahren Hope’s best…

Dear Editor: As a north coast parent, I think regularly about what our local schools need to prepare our children for success. We need smaller class sizes, so kids get more one-on-one attentio…

With Labor Day Weekend a memory, Cannon Beach residents anticipate a gradual decline in the numbers of visitors and vehicles in our village, as September bookends blue skies and warm afternoon…

I make a point of checking on new library acquisitions regularly, especially new non-fiction titles Marjorie MacQueen adds to the Cannon Beach Library collection. I just received her list of n…

Not long ago, I attended a Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting and sat next to John Buehler, who quickly reminded me of how we first met.

We would like to thank the community of Cannon Beach and the Seaside School District for being so supportive of the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum and our decision to purchase the fo…

Two weeks ago, I reintroduced myself to the Cannon Beach Chamber following our company’s reacquisition of “The Gazette.”

We are at a crossroads in this town. We are well on our way to being simply a destination resort. What does that mean? It means that our local government is most concerned with bringing more a…

The Cannon Beach City Council at a work session has tentatively selected a new billing structure for its water and sewer services, according to the city.

The level of interest in the construction of multi-family housing in Cannon Beach is on the rise, according to Jeff Adams, the city’s community development director.

The Coaster Theatre Playhouse in Cannon Beach is presenting “Annie” at 7:30 p.m. for Saturday shows, 3 p.m. for Sunday shows, as their holiday fare Nov. 15 through Dec. 22.

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I love to study our nation’s history through the lens of our military veterans.Who could fail to be inspired by the brash courage of the United States Marines during the Battle of Belleau Wood…

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Anyone who lives on the coast of the Pacific Northwest is likely aware of the Cascadia Subduction Zone fault, which stretches from northern California to British Columbia.

Seaside Firefighters Chris Dugan, Jenson Segui and Max Savage returned to Seaside Monday, Nov. 4, following a week in California assisting with the Kinkaid Fire. The trio, led by Division Chie…

The Cannon Beach City Council continued discussions at its work session Tuesday on the language of the ordinance having to do with the community’s sand dunes.

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In the event of a magnitude 9 Cascadia earthquake triggering a tsunami, residents of Cannon Beach and other coastal towns will have to survive on their own for at least two weeks, experts say.

United Way of Clatsop County and Iron Chef Goes Coastal hosts the 12th annual Iron Chef goes Coastal event at 5-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5 at the Seaside Civic and Convention Center.