Describe what Englund Marine & Industrial Supply does and who it serves.
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When did the business open?
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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.
When did the store officially open in Seaside?
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.
SEASIDE — The items stir memories and provoke nostalgia from shoppers, many seeking a piece of their past.
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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.
When did the business begin?
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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.
Businesses are hopeful
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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.
It’s been a year of perpetual improvement for one iconic business leading into downtown Long Beach.
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.
Microblading and laser teeth whitening are two of the latest services offered at a new boutique spa in Long Beach.
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.
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.
A slight change of scenery has made a significant difference for one former Ocean Park business.
‘Build it the way you like it,’ is scrawled in bold green letters across the storefront window.
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How long has Sleepy Monk existed?