If a wildfire erupted today somewhere in the 1,040-acre Ecola Creek Forest Reserve, or on the 58-acre parcel near the Tolovana Mainline, the volunteers at Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue would have no means to fight it.
When the city of Cannon Beach got its first electric utility vehicle on Feb. 8, the public works crew was eager to play with its new toy.
A grand jury will decide today if Earnest Lee Dean, 40, should be indicted on charges of robbery, including a robbery at the Stephanie Inn in Cannon Beach.
It could cost $5.8 million to build basic infrastructure — water, power, sewers and roads — before any of Cannon Beach’s essential facilities can be built on the city’s 58-acre parcel south of town.
Two portable classrooms at the former Cannon Beach Elementary School are being donated by the Seaside School District to the South County Community Food Bank in Seaside. The food pantry must move from its present location on Roosevelt Drive and Avenue A because the land where it sits has been sold. The food bank board plans to purchase a lot north of the school district’s bus barn near Seaside High School and asked district Superintendent Doug Dougherty if the portables were available. Dougherty has tentatively given permission — pending the school board’s approval — to let the food pantry use the buildings at no cost. The food bank will pay to move them to the new location. A structural engineer has deemed them safe to use for the food pantry.
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After my Big Year (a year when I tried to see as many species as possible) in 2012, my husband started to believe that I would visit places only with birding potential.
History often weaves an intricate web. For instance, one would never suspect that there was a connection between Indian Key, Fla., and Cannon Beach, Ore.
The Palette Puddlers will celebrate Cannon Beach’s stormy weather with its own art show and sale.
Thursday, Oct. 24
Cannon Beach children can enter a Halloween coloring contest and win prizes.
The Tsunami Skippers is recruiting new members for the 2013-2014 season.
Where on the Oregon Coast can you experience Hula dancing and eat from a menu that includes Kalua Pork, Spicy Ahi Tuna Sushi Rolls and Pineapple Cake with Lilikioi frosting? Not to mention possibly winning a door prize for wearing your worst tropical shirt? The answer is, at Fire Mountain School's Second Annual Spring Luau event, which will be held at the Nehalem Fire Hall on Saturday, March 9 and at the Cannon Beach Chamber on Saturday, March 16 at 5 p.m. both nights.
2013 Cannon Beach Sandcastle contest. Submitted by Paxton Hoag of Astoria.
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Artist Dave Archer, and his protege Brent Durand, were at Primary Elements Gallery in Cannon Beac...Fire crews tackle downtown Seaside blaze
Seaside fire crews were called to the scene of a three-alarm fire just at 9:26 a.m. Tuesday at th...