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Haystack Heights to lose nine trees
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Haystack Heights to lose nine trees
The city plans to thin a grove of trees at the corner of East Chinook and Elk Run avenues after two trees in the city right of way fell on a private home.

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Council hopeful about downtown pedestrian mall
The city of Cannon Beach may brainstorm with the Chamber of Commerce to create an event that would open up the streets at night to pedestrians, restaurants and other organizations.
Chamber board looking to fill up to 3 vacancies soon
The Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for new board members.
Registration deadline for May election is April 28
Registration deadline for May election is April 28
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Obituary: Judith Ann Osborne
Obituary: Judith Ann Osborne
Judith Osborne obituary
Obituary: David O’Brien
Obituary: David O’Brien
David O'Brien obituary
Cannon Beach Police Department Log: March 29 through April 10
Read the highlights from the Cannon Beach Police Department Log from March 29 through April 10
Paving set for week of May 4
Cannon Beach gets ready to pave streets
ODOT plans tree planting along U.S. 101 through Cannon Beach
ODOT plans tree planting in Cannon Beach
Attention all Earthlings! Cannon Beach’s Twelve Days of Earth Day is one-of-a-kind
Attention all Earthlings! Cannon Beach’s Twelve Days of Earth Day is one-of-a-kind
Cannon Beach is the only city that spreads out its Earth Day celebration to 12 days.
‘Beach Bill’ sign to be unveiled on Earth Day
‘Beach Bill’ sign to be unveiled on Earth Day
Astoria writer Matt Love, Astoria artist Sally Lackaff and Cannon Beach's Twelve Days of Earth Day Committee create a sign to honor Oregon's public beaches.