AT&T seeks to place antenna on T-Mobile tower.
City's decision to hire two new employees, rather than contract out the labor, is primarily why Cannon Beach's personnel costs will increase about 12 percent during FY 2015-16.
After 15 years of development, Cape Falcon Marine Reserve to be implemented.
What's coming up in Cannon Beach.
The Oregon Department of Transportation removes a long-buried steel cylinder from the beach at Silver Point.
City Manager Brant Kucera makes his case to the budget committe for capital improvements throughout Cannon Beach.
City reviews plans to enhance accessibility.
Special District Election brings re-election for several members of local special district boards.
Seventy percent of the tax hike would fund the Visitor Information Center through the Chamber of Commerce while 30 percent would go into the city's general fund.
Cannon Beach resident Chris Mogadam, from the OSU Exention Service, teaches physical and nutritional well-being to SNAP benefit recipients
Library column features new programs at the library.
Bird notes column.
Sharon Clyde holds onto her seat, Position No. 5, after facing off against challenger Christopher Wilbur.
Editor looks back at Cannon Beach during World War II and its aftermath.
A Cannon Beach man is charged with drunENk driving.
A Cannon Beach woman is charged with drunken driving.
Russell Wayne Deviney, 48, appeared in court via video link from Clatsop County Jail.
Attorneys will likely raise mental issues as defense.
Carmen and Victor Campuzano and their family had approxiately $30,000 worth of money and items stolen from them earlier this year.
The city's Beach Bill sign honors the legacy of governors Oswald West and Tom McCall, both of whom worked to make Oregon's beaches public.
On Earth Day, Fire Mountain students enjoy games and activities that teach them about bird and marine life at Haystack Rock.
R.J. Marx takes editor reins for Cannon Beach Gazette.
Turkish-born Murat Tasdemir, the "quintessential Turkish rug salesman" from Bainbridge Island, Wash., to bring 200 rugs for sale at Sesame and Lilies.
Station volunteer hope to permanently relocate an old translator from a remote garage on Elk Mountai Road to the north-end water tower.
Country pursue hazardous waste facility
Jon, Tim and James Welsh hope to open a fresh food store that emphasizes natural, organic and gluten-free foods.
Velellas, colonies of hydroid polyps, are blown ashore in Cannon Beach during a period of strong westerly winds.
City seeks grant for land acquisition.
Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue puts out a brush fire May 2.