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Unlawful lodgers sleeping overnight in public places on the rise this summer
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Unlawful lodgers sleeping overnight in public places on the rise this summer
Camping overnight on public property is the most common violation of the Cannon Beach city ordinance.

Featured Stories

‘Flowers and Stone’ show at Cannon Beach Gallery
‘Flowers and Stone’ show at Cannon Beach Gallery
Cannon Beach Gallery will have a "flowers and stone" show in October.
Brant Kucera hired as new city manager
Brant Kucera hired as new city manager
Brant Kucera is selected over three other finalists for the Cannon Beach city manager position.
Postcards remind voters to register
The deadline approaches for those who need to register to vote before the Nov. 4 election.
Stalled stair project irks residents on Gogona Avenue
Stalled stair project irks residents on Gogona Avenue
Delayed beach access staircase project causes frustration among residents.
School district leases elementary school library to food pantry
School district leases elementary school library to food pantry
Cannon Beach Food Pantry's new home will be the Cannon Beach Elementary School library.
Cannon Beach calendar from Sept. 26 to Oct. 10
The Cannon Beach Gazette calendarfor Sept. 26 to Oct. 10.
State education board sets date for charter school review
The state Board of Education has set Oct. 24 as the date it will consider sponsoring the proposed Cannon Beach Academy charter school.
College offers writing workshops
Clatsop Community College offers writing classes.
Police Department Log Aug. 31 to Sept. 13
Excerpts from the Cannon Beach Police Department log, Aug. 31 through Sept. 13.
The Harbor offers volunteer training
The Harbor plans a volunteer training session.

Gazette Guide

‘Flowers and Stone’ show at Cannon Beach Gallery
Cannon Beach Gallery will have a "flowers and stone" show in October.
Cannon Beach calendar from Sept. 26 to Oct. 10
The Cannon Beach Gazette calendarfor Sept. 26 to Oct. 10.
College offers writing workshops
The Harbor offers volunteer training
Bereavement group offered

Gazette News

Unlawful lodgers sleeping overnight in public places on the rise this summer
Camping overnight on public property is the most common violation of the Cannon Beach city ordinance.
Wasting disease kills most sea stars at Haystack Rock
Vast majority of sea stars at Haystack Rock succumb to wasting disease.
Jupiter’s bookstore celebrates 25 years, Ken Kesey’s iconic Oregon novel turns 50
City gives nonprofits grants to continue services
Brant Kucera hired as new city manager

Gazette Opinions

Letter: Food for thought
janice earley letter to the editor