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ILWACO — At any one time, several sailboats, yachts and miscellaneous fishing vessels of all sizes and functions line the Ilwaco Boatyard. Most arrive for annual maintenance and repairs that often involve a deep cleaning and coat of fresh paint, while for others the work is more intensive.

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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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PACIFIC COUNTY — Licensed marijuana producers and processors across Pacific County are cultivating rare cannabis strains while broadening production of concentrates and infused products.

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Vancouver Weed Co. owner Gary Green has been cultivating strains that are high in tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV) and cannabigerol (CBG). "They're finding that they have a large medicinal value,…

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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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OLYMPIA — The creation of a Statewide Broadband Office and an initial investment of $25 million into getting broadband into “every nook and cranny” was announced by Governor Jay Inslee on Jan. 16.

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Lori Eller has been a seamstress more than 60 years, but only decided to make it into a business a few months ago.

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It’s been a year of perpetual improvement for one iconic business leading into downtown Long Beach.

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Martha Herrejon and Jazmin Zamorano have been serving up authentic Mexican cuisine on the corner since March, when Taqueria El Jalapeno officially opened at 107 3rd Street Unit A in Long Beach.

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Microblading and laser teeth whitening are two of the latest services offered at a new boutique spa in Long Beach.

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Amy Francoeur was a little girl when she first toured a big factory in England and became fascinated with how body shop products were produced.

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Roughly seven months after quiet opening on Memorial Day weekend, a small restaurant next to Marsh’s Free Museum has expanded their menu and developed a devout following for their signature dish.

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A slight change of scenery has made a significant difference for one former Ocean Park business.

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SEASIDE — Mo’s Restaurant is coming to Seaside.

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Nick Odom, left, and John Orr stack panels delivered by Precision Solar to the Boyington building in downtown Astoria.

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Stan Tussing, left, and John Orr with Precision Solar, load panels onto the roof of the Boyington building in Astoria.

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John Orr, left, helps load solar panels onto the roof.

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Nick Odom, left, and John Orr carry solar panels across the roof of the Boyington building prior to installation.

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ILWACO — When each fall harvest came in, prices plummeted.

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Coast River Business Journal recently spoke with cryptocurrency expert Jeremy Alan. Alan owns and operates the Seaside Crypto Bitcoin Helpdesk, a free service to support and educate Bitcoin en…

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Finn Ware has joined the short list of Astoria businesses that have expanded into the Portland metro area.

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The unusual property reminded the Rosses of one of their California properties: a “Hollywood Bungalow Court” with individual houses, private yards and garages all on one parcel. “I admired tha…

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LONG BEACH — Some proprietors who opened a business in 2018 were recognized in December with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Long Beach Mayor Jerry Phillips and city Events Coordina…

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ASTORIA — The fire started in an electrical outlet at the center of the dining room floor. Then, it shorted and ignited wiring in the basement below. “The majority of wiring had been updated i…

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ASTORIA — A little over a year after its official opening, the CMH-OHSU Knight Cancer Collaborative is serving more people than they ever expected and helping solve the number one cause of dea…