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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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Local seismic history to be discussed
Local seismic history to be discussed
Sarah Sterling, assistant professor at Portland State University, will talk about Oregon's seismic past at a lecture March 12.
Fifth annual yoga festival set to begin
Fifth annual yoga festival set to begin
The fifth-annual festival offers yoga instruction and meditation workshops for people of all ages and skill levels.
Obituary: Alfred Lee Estabrook
Obituary: Alfred Lee Estabrook
Alfred Estabrook obituary
March will be filled with several events at the Cannon Beach Library
March will be filled with several events at the Cannon Beach Library
Carla O'Reilly writes about activities at the Cannon Beach Library.
Cooper’s hawk sits down to dinner in a local backyard
Cooper’s hawk sits down to dinner in a local backyard
Susan Boac writes about birding along the North Coast.
That’s cool, daddy-o!
That’s cool, daddy-o!
The Tolovana Arts Colony wraps up a two-part Beat Poets workshop with the first-ever Beachnik Cafe.
Obituary: Mary Ann Owen
Obituary: Mary Ann Owen
Mary Ann Owen obituary
‘Satori Bob’ to perform at Cannon Beach History Center
‘Satori Bob’ to perform at Cannon Beach History Center
The band, Satori Bob. wil play at the Cannon Beach History Center Feb. 27.l
Letter: Guns not appropriate
Gary Wallace writes about seeing a man with a gun on the beach in Cannon Beach.
Letter: Food pantry thanks you
Molly Edison, manager of the Cannon Beach Food Pantry, extends her gratitude to the many individuals and organizations that helped make the pantry's move to the Cannon Beach Elementary School library possible.
Fantastical retelling of Diego Rivera’s childhood comes to Coaster
Fantastical retelling of Diego Rivera’s childhood comes to Coaster
Portland's Teatro Milagro (Miracle Theater) to give a show in Cannon Beach designed to teach children the value of the arts.
New emergency consultant hired
New emergency consultant hired
Stacy Burr brings 15 years of disaster management planning and guidance to her new role in Cannon Beach.
Coaster Theatre Kidz Camp teaches acting, singing and dancing
Coaster Theatre Kidz Camp teaches acting, singing and dancing
Kids will spend spring break learning the basics of stagecraft and putting on their own rendition of 'Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory.'
Cannon Beach calendar from Feb. 27 to March 13
Cannon Beach Gazette calendar for Feb. 27 through March 13.
Breakers Point may use riprap to stabilize condo
Breakers Point may use riprap to stabilize condo
Substantial erosion near the Breakers Point condominiums may force the homeowners association to place large rocks in the Ecola Creek Estuary bank if no other option becomes available.
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.
Letter: Why keep insurance company?
Douglas Hadley wants to know why the city of Cannon Beach is denying his insurance claim afte the water fromr a broken water main damaged his home.
Seven wonders of Cannon Beach: The journey of the town’s cannon
Seven wonders of Cannon Beach: The journey of the town’s cannon
Elaine Murdy writes about Cannon Beach history.
Wines you’ve (maybe) never tried before
Wines you’ve (maybe) never tried before
Steven Sinkler writes about wine.
Winners abound on Casino Game Night
Casino Game Night, an annual fundraiser at the American Legion, benefits Cannon Beach Preschool and Children's Center.
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.
Haystack lecture series to continue on Feb. 11
The Haystack Rock Lecture Series presents Cameron La Follette, executive director of the Oregon Coast Alliance, Feb. 11.