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WARRENTON — A transplant from Kansas has started a new rewards based dog-training center in Warrenton.

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Bill Dodge conversed with customers at the Astoria Sunday Market in late May. Dodge routinely sells between $1000 to $2000 in artwork at each market.

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Julio Layola loads wine maple-marinated Atlantic salmon fillets for cold-smoking into lox at Josephson's Smokehouse.

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SEASIDE — The Seaside AAUW (American Association of University Women) Scholarship Foundation on June 7 announced receiving a $2,000 grant from the Pacific Power Foundation. It will help fund c…

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CANNON BEACH — Local real estate brokers from the North Oregon Coast participated in Windermere Real Estate’s 35th annual Community Service Day by volunteering at Camp Kiwanilong in Warrenton …

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Never mind that one of my final days in Wyoming was spent helping brand calves alongside a former governor in the shadow of the Tetons, I'm no farm kid. Growing up in the Cowboy State, it took…

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The business plan is a key component for a successful business. A plan is vital because it:

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CANNON BEACH — “I was riding my bike down Jefferson Street when I saw people pulling furniture and mattresses out of the house,” recalled Mike Morgan, city planning and former mayor of Cannon …

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — As the April filing deadline approaches, the Internal Revenue Service today warned taxpayers to be alert to tax time phone scams where aggressive criminals pose as IRS agent…

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How long have you worked in the tax field?

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Midwinter is a perfect time to take stock of our local economy and individual business operations to lay the groundwork for a successful year. The rolling weeks of Spring Break aren’t far off,…

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ASTORIA — Pete Serafin and Lauri Krämer Serafin were priced out of Washington and were looking for an affordable, vibrant town. Astoria fit the bill. The Forsstrom house cinched the deal.

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Executive Director of CEDR

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SEASIDE — Mo’s Restaurant is coming to Seaside.