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Mayor suggests adding to the Ecoloa reserve
Cannon Beach Mayor Mike Morgan has suggested that the City Council consider purchasing land adjacent to the city-owned Ecola Creek Forest Reserve.

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Chamber of commerce director finalists narrowed to three
The Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce ad hoc search committee narrows down executive director applicants to three candidates.
Fire Mountain School welcomes new teacher
Fire Mountain School welcomes new teacher
Fire Mountain School begins a new year with a new teacher.
Four candidates vie for city manager position
Four candidates vie for city manager position
City Council puts the four remaining applicants for the city manager position through the paces, including a meet-and-greet and four interview panels.
Race the Wave!
The City of Cannon Beach, the Cannon Beach Preschool & Children's Center and emergency preparedness agencies team up for the first-ever "Race the Wave" 5K fun run.
Obituary: Winifred E. ‘Wini’ Martin
Obituary: Winifred E. ‘Wini’ Martin
Obituary for Winifred Martin
Brant Kucera hired as new Cannon Beach city manager
Brant Kucera has been hired as the new Cannon Beach city manager.
Calendar for Sept. 12-26
Calendar for Sept. 12 through Sept. 26
Cannon Beach Fire Log for July and August
Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue call log for July and August 2014.
Cannon Beach Police Log Aug. 17-30
Selected police log entries from Aug. 17 through 30.
Tricks of the trade
Tricks of the trade
Cannon Beach and Seaside business owners tell how they survive the summer flood of customers and the winter drought.

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Seagull’s death at Haystack Rock inspires poem
A young vacationer uses Cannon Beach experience as poetic stimulus.
History center offers free admission
The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum offers free admission Sept. 27, in conjunction with a program sponsored by Smithsonia Magazine.
Obituary: Winifred E. ‘Wini’ Martin
Calendar for Sept. 12-26

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Mayor suggests adding to the Ecoloa reserve
Cannon Beach Mayor Mike Morgan has suggested that the City Council consider purchasing land adjacent to the city-owned Ecola Creek Forest Reserve.
Meet “Cash,” the police department’s newest officer
Cannon Beach Police Department gets a K-9 officer.
Chamber of commerce director finalists narrowed to three
Fire Mountain School welcomes new teacher
Four candidates vie for city manager position

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