Even as states begin a slug-like crawl toward a squished and twisted "normal," we're still somewhere in the between times — far from the happy semi-prosperity we took for granted, but still unable to peek into a foggy future. If this were a train wreck in an old silent movie, we're in the lo…
Getting back to work: What should that start to look like here and nationwide?
The dire emergency spawned by a need to shut down wide swaths of the world economy will play out for years. How well we cope in the communities on the Columbia estuary and the surrounding seas…
One of my neighbors commented this month that this might be his last year gathering and splitting his own firewood — it's just getting too grueling to lift his arms above his shoulders and bri…
We're excited and happy in my company — EO Media Group — to be adding four more Oregon newspapers to our family of publications.
- Amid pandemic, Clatsop houses selling at a feverish pace
- Peninsula Microgreens prosper in Astoria
- Boat of the Month: Coho King
- Open after 3-month covid delay: Kut & Shave Barbers
- Crisis drives up business for Astoria pawnshop: Guns, video games flying off shelves
- Meet the Merchant: Peter Goldsmith, Goldsmith Company
- Leslie Brophy, Pacific Realty: Peninsula real estate 'insane in a good way'
- Streetside Pizza opens to hot demand
It’s partly the time of year: With few exceptions, if you intend to start a new business on this coast, it’s best to be up and running no later than July 4 — and Memorial Day weekend or even s…
There are many reasons I’m grateful to live here in this beautiful and always-interesting place.
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…
Lots of us are feeling a little aggrieved after the snowiest February in recent memory, with icy roads interfering with schools and business. There were even some flurries on March 7 as I writ…