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‘Frankendunes’ need grading, homeowners say
To grade or not to grade the dunes — that is the question at Breakers Point in Cannon Beach.

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‘National Night Out’ comes to Cannon Beach
"National Night Out" promotes police and community partnership in Cannon Beach.
Pelican could fly into Cannon Beach by spring
Pelican Brewing Company brought plans for their new location in Cannon Beach to the Design Review Board July 16.
Holy scrap! Oregon takes up the ‘Row by Row’ quilting challenge
Holy scrap! Oregon takes up the ‘Row by Row’ quilting challenge
People go from quilt shop to quilt shop to have the Row by Row Experience, an annual quilting craze that has spread to all 50 states and every Canadian province.
Longtime literary effort pays off for author Peter Dueber
Longtime literary effort pays off for author Peter Dueber
Author Peter Dueber published a "trtrilogy," the result of more than three decades of writing.
Pelican Brewing flies to Cannon Beach
Pelican Brewing flies to Cannon Beach
Pelican Brewing Co. plans to be up and running by spring.
High fire risk leads to early forest reserve closing
High fire risk leads to early forest reserve closing
Visitors are turned away at Ecola State Forest Reserve because of dry weather and high fire risk.
A filmmaker develops a repertory group for Web series
A filmmaker develops a repertory group for Web series
Filmmaker Drew Reid uses local talent and vistas for his ongoing Web series, "Culpa," shot in Cannon Beach and environs.
Memorial fountain honors grocery founder
Memorial fountain honors grocery founder
Cannon Beach "drinks to the memory of Harley Sroufe."
Organizations receive a boost as grants are awarded
Eight arts and cultural organizations received $283,000 from the Cannon Beach Arts and Tourism Commission.
Officials, community need to address quake realities in our schools
Officials, community need to address quake realities in our schools
State Sen. Betsy Johnson offers a pathway to rebuilding the Seaside School District's endangered schools.

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Holy scrap! Oregon takes up the ‘Row by Row’ quilting challenge
People go from quilt shop to quilt shop to have the Row by Row Experience, an annual quilting craze that has spread to all 50 states and every...
Support group for survivors of sexual violence
The Harbor’s Sexual Assault Peer Center offers support for victims of domestic violence.
‘National Night Out’ comes to Cannon Beach
Get fit through Fitbit
A filmmaker develops a repertory group for Web series

Gazette News

‘Frankendunes’ need grading, homeowners say
To grade or not to grade the dunes — that is the question at Breakers Point in Cannon Beach.
New flood maps ‘overwhelmingly good’ for Cannon Beach
City says new flood plain maps could save some homeowners money.
Pelican could fly into Cannon Beach by spring
Pelican Brewing flies to Cannon Beach
Longtime literary effort pays off for author Peter Dueber

Gazette Opinions

Officials, community need to address quake realities in our schools
State Sen. Betsy Johnson offers a pathway to rebuilding the Seaside School District's endangered schools.
Time to recognize efforts of Cannon Beach historian Peter Lindsey
Let's recognize the important contributions of author Peter Lindsey by supporting the re-issue of his history of Cannon Beach.
Molly Edison will be missed at the Cannon Beach Food Pantry
Impressions: Don’t rain on the parade — it’s summer, after all
Letter: Let’s play bridge