LONG BEACH — After helping launch several successful restaurants across Southwest Washington, Casey Barella now has a kitchen to call his own.
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.
There was applause from co-workers and customers, plus treats and cake last week, when longtime career banker Lorna Batt retired from the Bank of the Pacific in Long Beach. Batt had been with …
PACIFIC NORTHWEST— Summer is often a time of slim firearms sales, before the fall hunting boom. This year was a big exception.
ASTORIA — Multiple Listing Service data through August shows about a 6.8% drop in the average selling price of Clatsop County houses compared to the first eight months of 2018.
- Well Preserved: Sebastian-Stewart Fish Company
- Delicious dream fulfilled: The Chowder Stop serves classic coastal comfort foods
- Home at the Beach
- Firearms sales on fire: Gun purchases on pace to set new record
- Slight price moderation in Clatsop, houses selling faster
- Business Briefs October 2019
- Meet the Merchant: Sarah Stowers, manager, Coffee Underground
- Pacific County home sales up 11.5%, prices up 18.7%
- Top properties in the Columbia-Pacific region
- Clatsop WORKS Internship Program: Growing local talent since 2018
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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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The Clatsop Forestry & Wood Products Economic Development Committee (CFEDC) invites you to the 29th annual community leader’s forestry tour on Wednesday, Oct. 2 from 7: a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour…
LONG BEACH — Pacific County saw a seasonally adjusted 11.5% gain in home sales and a 18.7% increase in median sales price in the spring of 2019, according a just-released analysis by the autho…
City put the property up for sale
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PACIFIC NORTHWEST — For a fourth consecutive year, the news hasn’t been good for Oregon and Washington commercial tuna fisherman.
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.
2652 Grand Ave, Astoria, Oregon
For once, the Washington Farm Bureau isn’t sure what to say about a new rule proposed by a state agency.
Jay Sanders, sales manager for KG Farms, has been involved in the Farwest Show — the biggest green industry show in the West — since 1986. He has served on the show committee and exhibited.
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RAYMOND — It all began with three buddies drinking beer in a basement.
Cristian Dumitrescu, Ryan Porter and Grant Forrest produce their own line of beer, wine and mead from their Raymond-based Wild Man Brewery.
The six-month overhaul reconfigured the layout and opened the interior, including a new cooler, paint and flooring.
Cristian Dumitrescu, Ryan Porter and Grant Forrest opened Wild Man Brewery in Raymond in June — the third craft brewery in Pacific County.
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758 May Street, Raymond, Wash.
OCEAN PARK — Willapa Wild LLC, which describes itself as “a company focused on the disruption of the shellfish and seafood industries,” recently announced raising more than $1 million for the …
SEASIDE — The items stir memories and provoke nostalgia from shoppers, many seeking a piece of their past.
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CORVALLIS — Dungeness crab is Oregon’s leading commercial seafood product, bringing in an estimated $75 million in 2018, yet little is known about how far crabs will venture in search of food.
Ilwaco Bakery & Cafe
632 11th St., Astoria, Oregon
Buttermilk biscuits as seen at Ilwaco Bakery & Cafe.
ILWACO — Marcene Miller stood in high heels and a knee-length red dress as she greeted guests at the door.
ASTORIA and ILWACO — Bill Dodge and Don Nisbett are professional artists with big followings among the residents and visitors to the Columbia-Pacific area.
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35 Butler Street, Cathlamet, Washington
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 …
A potential casualty of clash with China
Revaluation statements for 2019, showing new assessed values of properties to be used for the 2020 property taxes, will be mailed May 31. The new values are based on actual sales which occurre…
Uppertown Firefighters Museum
NASELLE — Up a winding road dirt road near the edge of Naselle on a property lined with trees and pocked with pre-World War II industrial equipment lives Lowell Stambaugh.
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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LONG BEACH — The Peninsula has long been known for its shipwrecked past, and soon there will be a brewpub that embodies it.
LONG BEACH — Home prices are rising in Pacific County, but still have a long way to go to catch up with the rest of Washington.
ILWACO — A small house stands behind Ilwaco’s Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum. The museum’s board recently purchased the house and property for $25,000. They did so with the express purpose o…
Businesses are hopeful
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 o…
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 …
LONG BEACH — It’s fresh fades and hot lather, free drinks and minute massages. And yes, there’s even an Xbox for kids to play Fortnite.