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Poet laureate reflects on human condition
Diane Amos/For The Daily Astorian
Poet laureate reflects on human condition
Words, voice, family and nature

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Journey of an Olympian
Journey of an Olympian
A journey of pain, loss and recovery
Seaside meeting draws ire
Seaside meeting draws ire
Hundreds of property owners face new assessments
Walking the sacred path
Walking the sacred path
St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church offers labyrinth walk to the public
Nehalem Bay Estuary Cleanup returns
Nehalem Bay Estuary Cleanup returns
Cleanup, photo contest in Nehalem Bay
Cannon Beach City Hall confronts a shaky outlook
Cannon Beach City Hall confronts a shaky outlook
Building is ‘falling down around your ears’
Turtle found in Cannon Beach fails to survive
Turtle found in Cannon Beach fails to survive
Loggerheads are threatened species
Woman escapes Cannon Beach house fire
Woman escapes Cannon Beach house fire
Two-story residence destroyed
Sea turtle is rescued in Cannon Beach
Sea turtle is rescued in Cannon Beach
Aquarium staff ‘swim’ turtle to safety
Chamber of Commerce educational seminar
Chamber of Commerce educational seminar
Tourism guru offers insights
National search for public works director is launched
National search for public works director is launched
Grassick credited with upgrades, parks plan
North to Alaska
North to Alaska
Data provides important clues to patterns, behavior
Elizabeth Woody at Tolovana Hall
Elizabeth Woody at Tolovana Hall
The poetry process
Combing through the mysteries
Combing through the mysteries
Stories of lost treasures
The migration patterns of salmon
The migration patterns of salmon
Listening to the Land: Swimming with the wild fishes
Cannon Beach officers honored for Goodding response
Cannon Beach officers honored for Goodding response
Police chief, officers receive commendations
School coming to Sunset Boulevard
School coming to Sunset Boulevard
Academy gears for fall opening
Ready when a disaster strikes
Ready when a disaster strikes
Training session planned in late March
Warrenton grad rates on the rise
Warrenton grad rates on the rise
School goes from last in the pack to top tier
Four strikes and you’re out
Four strikes and you’re out
Council to review recommendation
Job fair for students, adults
Job fair for students, adults
County hosts job fair at Clatsop County Fairgrounds
Nulph gets another hearing in two years
Nulph gets another hearing in two years
Nulph killed woman in Cannon Beach in 1976
Tickets available for 10th annual event
Tickets available for 10th annual event
Annual event returns to convention center
Honoring Jason Goodding at concert
Concert to benefit Fallen Badge Foundation
Cannon Beach public works director to leave
Cannon Beach public works director to leave
Grassick credited with upgrades, parks plan
Cannon Beach Academy locks in school site
Cannon Beach Academy locks in school site
Academy gears for fall opening
Recruitment effort underway
Recruitment effort underway
Help wanted at fire department
North Coast inspires Cannon Beach author
North Coast inspires Cannon Beach author
A Cannon Beach love story
Wetland destruction causes ‘huge decline’ in migratory bird population
Wetland destruction causes ‘huge decline’ in migratory bird population

It’s not easy to fill in a wetland or a coastal tideland in the United States. Federal laws aimed at protecting wetlands make sure of that.

But in China, very few regulations exist, according to Roy W. Lowe, a volunteer working with the...

Cannon Beach Police aided investigation
Cannon Beach Police aided investigation
Held up Cannon Beach hotel at gunpoint in 2014
Bank ‘lied,’ widow says
Bank ‘lied,’ widow says
Cannon Beach woman lost her home after her husband died

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