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CLATSOP COUNTY — Real estate on the North Coast, an industry sucker-punched like most others during the coronavirus pandemic and the economic restrictions meant to stop its spread, kept growin…

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ASTORIA — The outbreak of the covid-19 respiratory virus has rippled through seafood markets beginning starting with the Dungeness crab season in January and continues with the commercial salm…

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CLATSOP COUNTY — In 2019, a full-time minimum wage earner in Clatsop County working a 40-hour week earned $23,400 annually before taxes, a number that will rise to $24,960 beginning July 1, 20…

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In the hustle-bustle of the holiday season, unique local gifts that offer a true taste of the Pacific Northwest can easily be overlooked in the quest for the latest gadget or next door-buster deal.

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CEDR (Clatsop Economic Development Resources) is the only organization in Clatsop County whose sole focus is to create, grow and retain businesses. We have launched our 2020 membership campaig…

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ASTORIA — The fall has historically been a brutal season for Clatsop County cannabis farmers, when a tsunami of outdoor marijuana would flood local markets and wreck wholesale prices for licen…

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Lois Perdue and the team at Hampton Warrenton Mill hosted CEDR/Clatsop CC Small Business Development Center’s 29th annual Forestry Leaders Tour in September.

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ASTORIA — Along its ever-evolving edges, the lower Columbia River has changed from Chinook fishing villages to industrialized fishing. Today, there are remnants of those latter times: scattere…

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PACIFIC NORTHWEST — For a fourth consecutive year, the news hasn’t been good for Oregon and Washington commercial tuna fisherman.

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William and Anita Dotson started Necanicum Fresh Farm in Seaside in 2018, one of a dozen in a crop of new farms to emerge in Clatsop County in the latest federal agricultural census.

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SEASIDE — Roughly two years ago Kristin Loomis hit rock bottom while serving a 14-month prison sentence at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility.