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It’s been a strange year for the publishing and bookselling industry, according to Karla Nelson, owner of Time Enough Books in Ilwaco.

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Shortly after a six-month commercial eviction moratorium enacted by Oregon ended in October, Atlas Youngs Bay sought to kick out Ross Stores from the North Coast Shops along U.S. Highway 101 f…

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ASTORIA — Scott McClaine spent decades collecting coins. When he had to close his shop in 2013, he prayed the right opportunity would allow him to start again. In June, McClaine celebrated a r…

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Long Beach, WA. – The Best Western Long Beach Inn won the 2020 Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Award for Southwest Washington, based on the reviews guests wrote after their stay…

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At a time when traffic to the North Coast normally begins to slow down after Labor Day, hotels were suddenly at full capacity and stores were rushing to meet an increased demand.

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CLATSOP COUNTY — Morris’ Fireside Restaurant, run by Tom and Susan Morris in Cannon Beach for 47 years, recently joined nearly 16,000 restaurants food review site Yelp estimates have closed do…

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In the hustle-bustle of the holiday season, unique local gifts that offer a true taste of the Pacific Northwest can easily be overlooked in the quest for the latest gadget or next door-buster deal.

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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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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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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.