Columnist Susan Boac writes about the birds that come into her life.
Carla O'Reilly writes about events at the Cannon Beach Library.
The Cannon Beach Arts Association announces the winner of its annual artist grant.
The Cannon Beach Chorus begins another season and welcomes all singers.
Billy Hults is posthumously inducted into the Oregon Music Hall of Fame.
Cannon Beach finds different ways of preparing for the "Big One."
Steven Sinkler, Maryann Sinkler, Doug Buttermore and Emmas Lindsay receive awards from the American Red Cross for act of bravery.
The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum offers free admission Sept. 27, in conjunction with a program sponsored by Smithsonia Magazine.
Cannon Beach Mayor Mike Morgan has suggested that the City Council consider purchasing land adjacent to the city-owned Ecola Creek Forest Reserve.
Cannon Beach Police Department gets a K-9 officer.
Fire Mountain School begins a new year with a new teacher.
A young vacationer uses Cannon Beach experience as poetic stimulus.
City Council puts the four remaining applicants for the city manager position through the paces, including a meet-and-greet and four interview panels.
The Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce ad hoc search committee narrows down executive director applicants to three candidates.