ILWACO — Tim Teall concocts his special cold brew for 42 days; and his mixture gives plants a lift, not people.
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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PACIFIC COUNTY — Licensed marijuana producers and processors across Pacific County are cultivating rare cannabis strains while broadening production of concentrates and infused products.
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,…
Nick Odom, left, and John Orr stack panels delivered by Precision Solar to the Boyington building in downtown Astoria.
Stan Tussing, left, and John Orr with Precision Solar, load panels onto the roof of the Boyington building in Astoria.
John Orr, left, helps load solar panels onto the roof.
Nick Odom, left, and John Orr carry solar panels across the roof of the Boyington building prior to installation.