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City’s insurance may not cover damage done to local home
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City’s insurance may not cover damage done to local home
After a water line burst, spilling water onto north-end properties, the city's insurance company has declined to pay for damage.

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Haystack Gardens to build apartments for workforce
A three-unit apartment building on the Haystack Gardens site may go up before the year is out.
Major crimes rose in Cannon Beach last year
Major crimes rose in Cannon Beach last year
The police department had an eventful 2014, with a 35 percent increase in major crimes.
ODOT to cut down 70 highway trees by spring
ODOT to cut down 70 highway trees by spring
It is first phase of a three-phase tree-removal project to be continued into 2016 and 2017.
Beat poetry workshop to be held at Tolovana Hall on Feb. 13
Beat poetry workshop to be held at Tolovana Hall on Feb. 13
Don't be a square: Learn about the Beat writers and become one yourself through a Tolovana Arts Colony event in February.
Breakers Point dune grading denied
The city planning commission turns down a request by Breakers Point homeowners to remove sand in front of the condominium project.
Home free!
Home free!
The Cannon Beach Food Pantry has moved into its new home at the former elementary school site, and volunteers are ready to distribute food boxes Wednesday afternoons.
Cannon Beach Police Department log Jan. 5 through 16
Excerpts from Jan. 5 through 16, 2015.
Sinkler joins RE/MAX
Sinkler joins RE/MAX
New Realtor Maryann Sinkler joins Re/Max.
CERT leaves Fire and Rescue for police department
The Community Emergency Response Team will leave Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue and be put under the auspices of the Cannon Beach Police Department.