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Rather than watching for hand-wringing and shuffling feet, teletherapy makes Wynne Preston rely on tone of voice and pixelated eye movement.

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Sarah Lambert is a bookkeeper and the owner of Evolution Business Financial Coaching in Astoria. Coast River Business Journal spoke with Lambert about her advice for business owners and people…

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Dr. Benjamin Sherman can’t disclose exactly who he’s had under his scalpel, but it’s clear some fantasy football rosters have depended on his surgical skills.

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ASTORIA — Columbia Memorial Hospital has announced that labor and delivery nurse Sharon Wheatley is its most recent recipient of the DAISY Award For Extraordinary Nurses.

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When Jeremy Towsey-French launched Reveille Ciderworks in 2016, he knew their initial location couldn’t hold them for long. At 350 square feet, he said it was a great place to start and test o…

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SEASIDE — The Seaside Museum reopened this summer after being closed for 14 months because the pandemic.

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Briana Smith’s new venture may well be an extension of her long-standing business, Events Northwest. Bébé Lew, a new baby store in Astoria, helps people prepare for one of life’s biggest eve…

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Consumers have more ways than ever before to spend their money. Unless you are an essential service or product, more than likely your small business is fighting for those dollars with both the…

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I have served on the Clatsop Forestry & Wood Products Economic Development Committee for the past 10 years, several as chair, and currently as vice-chair to Chad Washington from Greenwood …

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As the instructor explained the next steps, some dancers bounced from foot to foot grinning. Others admired themselves in the pink-framed mirrors at the front of the ballroom.

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Sheryl Olson studied the map under her feet, taking in the trade routes between Japan and the Pacific Northwest as if preparing for a test. She took in each nearby display at the Columbia Rive…

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Stacey Stahl dreamed of having a shop on Pier 39 in Astoria because she lives nearby and enjoys the hustle and bustle of people coming and going. So, she asked the owner for an available space.

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During the pandemic, when building capacities have been limited and virtual meetings are abundant, event-based businesses on the North Coast have had to adapt.

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Two thousand runners and walkers raced across the Astoria Bridge on Oct. 10, marking the last surge of the summer tourism season on the North Coast.

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ASTORIA — The Columbia-Pacific region has witnessed a shift in the demographics of its lawyers, according to Josh Stellmon, an attorney with Haglund Kelley who relocated to Astoria in 2018 fro…

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Tal Gohl once came across a man crouched in a yard on his hands and knees. He went up to the man, Clyde Harrison, and started a conversation.

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ASTORIA — North Coast residents got to see and test drive the latest in electric car vehicles late last month with the Go Forth Mobile Showcase at the Astoria Food Hub.

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One of the most dynamic and valuable programs offered for existing businesses is the Clatsop Community College Small Business Development Center Small Business Management Program (SBM).

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Selling is the art of closing the deal and the livelihood of your business. As a business owner, you are always selling. To sell, you must believe in your product or service, and believe in yourself.