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Yoga festival teaches compassion, concentration
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Yoga festival teaches compassion, concentration
The fifth annual Cannon Beach Yoga Festival boasts almost 200 participants, according to an early tally.

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Uncorked Ramblings: It’s time to Savor Cannon Beach
Uncorked Ramblings: It’s time to Savor Cannon Beach
Steven Sinkler writes about wine.
Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue Call Log
Read the Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue Call log from February 2015.
Haystack Rock claims another heart
Haystack Rock claims another heart
Melissa Keyser, 27, of Astoria, become the first-ever education coordinator with the Haystack Rock Awareness Program.
Council tackles gravel roads
The Cannon Beach City Council revises its street standards to include new provisions for local gravel roads.
Reflections: The Oregon coast and World War II
Reflections: The Oregon coast and World War II
Elaine Murdy-Trucke writes about Cannon Beach's history.
Housing options few and expensive in Cannon Beach
The six-member Affordable Housing Task Force meets again to discuss why Cannon Beach's housing is too expensive for many of its workers.
Cannon Beach Police Department Log from Feb. 15 through 28
Excerpts from the Feb. 15 through 28 Cannon Beach Police Department log.
Seaside culinary students place third at state
Seaside culinary students place third at state
Seaside students won third place at ProStart tournament.
Letter: Food pantry thanks you
Cannon Beach Food Pantry Manager Molly Edison thanks the pantry's supporters for helping move the pantry to a new location.
Internet fraud seminar planned
A seminar on Internet fraud is lanned in Cannon Beach.

Gazette Guide

Irish band to stomp into Cannon Beach
The Stomptowners are coming to town.
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
Local seismic history to be discussed
Fifth annual yoga festival set to begin

Gazette News

Yoga festival teaches compassion, concentration
The fifth annual Cannon Beach Yoga Festival boasts almost 200 participants, according to an early tally.
Council denies dune grading
The Breakers Point Homeowners Association's proposal to grade 74,000 cubic yards of sand from the dunes over the next couple of needs to be revised,...
Who done it!?
Laurel Street neighbors unhappy
Council tackles gravel roads

Gazette Opinions

Uncorked Ramblings: It’s time to Savor Cannon Beach
Steven Sinkler writes about wine.
Reflections: The Oregon coast and World War II
Elaine Murdy-Trucke writes about Cannon Beach's history.
Letter: Food pantry thanks you
It’s time to leave the nest
Letter: No trust in city government