Fifty years ago, Eli Saslow’s “Rising Out of Hatred: The Awakening of a Former White Nationalist” might have been viewed as controversial “New Journalism,” Tom Wolfe’s designation for his own writings and those of a growing number of magazine journalists in the 1960s. They were experimenting…
This winter, the Cannon Beach Library encouraged writers from northwestern Oregon and southwestern Washington to submit a poem, story or essay on the theme, “Life on the North Coast,” for incl…
In 1996, Hillary Clinton published the first edition of “It Takes a Village and Other Lessons Children Teach Us.”
February may be the shortest month, but the Cannon Beach Library has planned a full complement of free public events, beginning with Ellen Notbohm’s appearance in the Northwest Authors Series.
Try to remember the kind of September when the median price for a new home rose more than 1,200 percent from $25,600 in 1968 to $309,700 in 2018 as median household income rose only 800 percen…
- Operations levy rejected for new fire truck
- Shannon Swedenborg files for Cannon Beach school board position
- Partnership finalizes conservation of Nehalem Bay’s Botts Marsh
- Warren Way reconfiguration ahead
- No tents in the parks
- A simpler alternative for cancer screening
- Police report
- View from the Porch: Another take on the iceberg wedge
- Program seeks to protect puffin population
- Svensen woman reported missing near Astoria Riverwalk
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Help during economic limbo
Members of Cannon Beach Reads at their December meeting selected seven nonfiction books and five works of fiction to read during 2019 and scheduled discussion dates for these titles.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian efforts to influence, attack or sabotage the 2016 presidential election as well as involvement in this effort by officials from Presid…
The arrival of Labor Day suggests calm will soon settle over Cannon Beach as vacations end and families prepare their little darlings for a new school year. Such nostalgic predictions may be p…