Gazette Home Gazette

State lands considers forest management options
Oregon Department of Forestry
State lands considers forest management options
The department is investigating whether counties or private entities might more cheaply manage Common School Fund forest land.

Featured Stories

Everyday People: Clatsop County public works employee retires after 42 years
Everyday People: Clatsop County public works employee retires after 42 years
Credits co-workers for duration
After months in limbo, Cannon Beach to name red-winged blackbird official city bird
After months in limbo, Cannon Beach to name red-winged blackbird official city bird
Proclamation was delayed for public comment
Legal challenges filed to gun storage ballot title
Legal challenges filed to gun storage ballot title
The court challenge drastically shortens the time supporters have to gather signatures to get Initiative Petition 44 on the ballot
Cause of state network outage still unknown
Cause of state network outage still unknown
The core network that supports 80 state agencies collapsed Saturday, June 9, and state officials still don’t know why.
Going up in the Southeast Hills
Going up in the Southeast Hills
School district readies for excavation start
Upcoming meetings in Cannon Beach
Upcoming meetings in Cannon Beach
Running log of Cannon Beach meetings
Memories of a long-ago family home
Memories of a long-ago family home
Reflections: Where a home once stood
Photo gallery: 54th annual Sandcastle Contest brings competitors from all over the country
Photo gallery: 54th annual Sandcastle Contest brings competitors from all over the country
More than 30 teams entered
Why are great people drawn to suicide?
Why are great people drawn to suicide?
View from the Porch: The battle between the light and the dark
Police report
Police report
Incidents as reported by the Cannon Beach Police
From parkour to police officer in Cannon Beach
From parkour to police officer in Cannon Beach
Anderson pursued dance before law enforcement
Food trucks may have a future in Cannon Beach
Food trucks may have a future in Cannon Beach
City has prohibited food trucks outside of the farmer’s market for years
Hands-on education
Hands-on education
Education Talks: Students learn from the landscape
Community Calendar
Community Calendar
Cannon Beach Gazette calendar for June 15 through June 29
Rare whale dolphin washes ashore
Rare whale dolphin washes ashore
Northern right whale dolphin found in Manzanita
Study: A fifth of rural Oregon kids live in poverty
Study: A fifth of rural Oregon kids live in poverty
A report from Save the Children places Oregon 24th among states in terms of how its rural children are faring economically
Customers line up for new Walmart in Warrenton
Customers line up for new Walmart in Warrenton
A long-awaited grand opening
Environmental, fishing groups sue Oregon over coho salmon
Environmental, fishing groups sue Oregon over coho salmon
The lawsuit challenges the state’s logging policies in the Clatsop State Forest and the Tillamook State Forest
Rare whale dolphin washes ashore
Rare whale dolphin washes ashore
Northern right whale dolphin found in Manzanita
Volunteers and fundraising sustain library services
Volunteers and fundraising sustain library services
At the Library: Your primary source for a good beach read
Seaside’s class of 2018 celebrates
Seaside’s class of 2018 celebrates
‘First step past the threshold of childhood’
Art festival highlight’s Cannon Beach’s natural beauty
Art festival highlight’s Cannon Beach’s natural beauty
Tenth annual Plein Air Art Fest
Cannon Beach considers food trucks
City has prohibited food trucks — except for the farmer’s market — for years
Cannon Beach to name red-winged blackbird official city bird
Cannon Beach to name red-winged blackbird official city bird
Proclamation was delayed for public comment
Seaside’s class of 2018 celebrates
Seaside’s class of 2018 celebrates
‘First step past the threshold of childhood’
Buehler releases 2017 tax returns
Buehler releases 2017 tax returns
GOP nominee and his wife reported income of nearly $1 million and paid almost $250,000 in federal taxes in 2017.
DHS struggles to fill child welfare jobs
DHS struggles to fill child welfare jobs
As it works to fill 186 new jobs created by the Legislature, the child welfare division has more than 100 vacancies due to normal attrition.
A diploma from the citizen’s police academy
A diploma from the citizen’s police academy
Cannon Beach, Seaside, Warrenton and Astoria participate
Walmart era begins on the North Coast
Walmart era begins on the North Coast
National retailer opens on Wednesday
Clatsop County’s presence in national lawsuit a ‘good first step’ in opioid fight
Clatsop County’s presence in national lawsuit a ‘good first step’ in opioid fight
Local professionals weigh in on county’s entrance into lawsuit

Marketplace

Gazette Guide

Community Calendar
Cannon Beach Gazette calendar for June 15 through June 29
Making art in Cannon Beach
Artists invited to summer art camp
Housing study
Community Calendar
Seeing the forest from the trees

Gazette News

State lands considers forest management options
The department is investigating whether counties or private entities might more cheaply manage Common School Fund forest land.
IPO threatens legal action if nominee not in debates
The Independent Party of Oregon says organizers have to invite its gubernatorial nominee, Patrick Starnes, to debates or face the consequences.
Marker remembers the USS Shark
Southern Exposure: Parking, the hottest summer topic in Cannon Beach
Everyday People: Clatsop County public works employee retires after 42 years

Gazette Opinions

Memories of a long-ago family home
Reflections: Where a home once stood
Why are great people drawn to suicide?
View from the Porch: The battle between the light and the dark
Hands-on education
Volunteers and fundraising sustain library services
Southern Exposure: Looking for a magic bio-bullet for Gearhart elk