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Fears arise as city considers consequences of emergency storage barrels
City officials worry about the consequences of an emergency storage if a tsunami were to hit in Cannon Beach. If a 9.0 earthquake occurred and a tsunami washed over the town, it could take days before there was a police presence at the assembly points.

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Cannon Beach Farmers Market off to a sunny start
Cannon Beach Farmers Market off to a sunny start
The Cannon Beach Farmers Market is off to a sunny start!
Basking in the glow: Summer in Seaside
Basking in the glow: Summer in Seaside
North Coast teems with refuges from inland
Cannon Beach to consider allocation of room tax funds
The Cannon Beach City Council seeks to clarify the use of funds from the new 1 percent room tax.
Members of armed forces lead the Fourth of July parade
Members of armed forces lead the Fourth of July parade
The Legion leads the parade as Cannon Beach lines up for Fourth of July festivities.
Felony indictments higher in Clatsop County
Felony indictments higher in Clatsop County
Clatsop County's felony indictments are noticeably higher than counties of similar and larger size.
Enjoy the Fourth at the Gearhart ArtWalk
Enjoy the Fourth at the Gearhart ArtWalk
Gearhart Art Walk event will be held the first Saturday of each month, beginning with a special July 4 "Welcome to the Shore."
Wabi Sabi ‘comes back from the depths’ to take top prize
Wabi Sabi ‘comes back from the depths’ to take top prize
More than 10,000 visitors came to Cannon Beach for the 51st Sandcastle Contest. One team from Washington state won first prize for its entry.
Marchers down Hemlock Street are start of new tradition
Spectators line up for the parade to celebrate the start of Sandcastle Weekend in Cannon Beach.
Artist Shirley Gittelsohn is mourned
Artist Shirley Gittelsohn is mourned
Artist Shirley Gittelsohn dies at age 90.
City to consider strategic survey
City of Cannon Beach considers a strategic plan.