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Council weighing water options
The city of Cannon Beach seeks a solution to its water service conflict.

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Trivia contest won’t be trivial
Cannon Beach History Center and Museum plans a scavenger hunt and trivia contest.
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.

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Exhibit to explore the concept of ‘Blue’
"Blue," a textile art display will be on exhibit at the Cannon Beach History Center and Museum through April 15.
Trivia contest won’t be trivial
Cannon Beach History Center and Museum plans a scavenger hunt and trivia contest.
Local seismic history to be discussed
Fifth annual yoga festival set to begin
It’s time to Savor Cannon Beach

Gazette News

Council weighing water options
The city of Cannon Beach seeks a solution to its water service conflict.
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.
That’s cool, daddy-o!
New emergency consultant hired
Breakers Point may use riprap to stabilize condo

Gazette Opinions

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
Susan Boac writes about birding along the North Coast.
Letter: Guns not appropriate
Letter: Food pantry thanks you
Seven wonders of Cannon Beach: The journey of the town’s cannon