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Cannon Beach’s most ‘affordable housing’ is hardly ‘affordable’
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Cannon Beach’s most ‘affordable housing’ is hardly ‘affordable’
A tour of the three least expensive houses in town at the moment. (Spoiler alert: The houses are still pretty expensive.)

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Warnings posted for hurricane-force winds Thursday
Bad weather is coming Thursday afternoon and evening.
‘Be nice’ was Mayor Mike Morgan’s motto
‘Be nice’ was Mayor Mike Morgan’s motto
Outgoing Cannon Beach Mayor Mike Morgan to serve as Astoria's interim city planner.
5 Minutes With Ryan Snyder
5 Minutes With Ryan Snyder
A Q-and-A with the president of Martin Hospitality.
Gazette Calendar from Dec. 9 through 19
Cannon Beach Gazette calendar for Dec. 5 through Dec. 19.
Donated land to become more like Ecola State Park
Donated land to become more like Ecola State Park
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department sees Ecola State Park as an example of what its Feldenheimer State Natural Area can become.
Seaside won’t cancel conference contract
The Seaside City Council has decided not to pursue any action against the Adolescent Sexuality Conference, which is scheduled to be at the Seaside Civic and Convention Center next April.
Lamp lighting brightens the holiday season
Lamp lighting brightens the holiday season
Annual traditional kicks off the holiday season in Cannon Beach.
Jan. 15 deadline looming for ‘Dollars for Scholars’
Contributors to Seaside Scholarships Inc. can double their donations by sending them in before Jan. 15. An anonymous donor has offered $50,000 if the community can raise $50,000.
Oregon author Ursula Le Guin denounces corporate control of American literature
Oregon author Ursula Le Guin denounces corporate control of American literature
Acclaimed fantasy/sci-fi novelist Ursula LeGuin's National Book Awards speech goes viral.
Oregon author Ursula Le Guin denounces corporate control of American literature
Oregon author Ursula Le Guin denounces corporate control of American literature
Acclaimed fantasy/sci-fi novelist Ursula LeGuin's National Book Awards speech goes viral.