With this issue of Coast River Business Journal we welcome Emily Lindblom as editor, working in collaboration with the Astorian, Chinook Observer and Seaside Signal newsrooms. Read about her on page 5.
OLYMPIA — Washington is the best state for workers, according to a ranking released Sept. 2 by Oxfam America. The organization based its findings on wages, worker protections and workers’ righ…
SEAVIEW — Mount St. Helens had erupted just a few months earlier. Incumbent U.S President Jimmy Carter was gearing up for a November showdown versus Ronald Reagan while an ongoing nationwide f…
OCEAN PARK — For the first time since it was built in 1941, 1702 Bay Ave. has received a total facelift. A new pitched roof has been constructed, new siding applied and new windows installed. …
ILWACO — The Columbia River Compact agencies of Oregon and Washington canceled a mainstem commercial gillnet fishery that was set for overnight Aug. 31-Sept. 1.
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LONG BEACH — Pacific County’s residential housing market has been heating up as summer slides toward autumn but is constrained by lack of supply, real estate agents say. This translates into s…
ASTORIA — When the coronavirus pandemic hit pause on the economy this spring, that included the funding for the new boutique Bowline Hotel on the Columbia River waterfront in Astoria next to B…
Oregon state parks in Clatsop and Tillamook counties are seeing record-level visitation this summer, as if every day were the Fourth of July, according to Justin Parker, Oregon Parks and Recre…
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Emily Lindblom landed a job in March as a page designer with EO Media, owner of The Astorian, and relocated from Portland. Within a few weeks, she had lost her job to the coronavirus pandemic …
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Columbia Bank in Oregon establishes Pass It On Project
Fishpeople of Ilwaco
El Mar Mexican Restaurant
About three-quarters of U.S. workers, or 108 million people, are in jobs that cannot be done from home during a pandemic, putting these workers at increased risk of exposure to disease. This m…
Clatsop home listings down 38%, prices up 19%
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Peninsula Microgreens Farm
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REAL Oregon recruiting for fall class
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ASTORIA — The outbreak of the covid-19 respiratory virus has rippled through seafood markets beginning starting with the Dungeness crab season in January and continues with the commercial salm…
ILWACO — Tim Teall concocts his special cold brew for 42 days; and his mixture gives plants a lift, not people.
The Planter Box
PACIFIC COUNTY — Personal care and personal protection equipment have become hot commodities across the U.S., but many are pursuing a decidedly more herbal approach locally.
Clatsop home prices up, listings down
LONG BEACH — Wearing protective glasses and black rubber gloves distiller Jacob Moore carefully poured the container of clear liquid into a steel vat and began filling dozens of four-ounce bot…
Vessel: F/V PACIFIC VENTURE
Businesses must evaluate risk everyday as a normal part of operations. As physical and social environments change, a business owner must evaluate those changes and respond appropriately. Furth…
PACIFIC COUNTY — In 2019, a full-time minimum wage earner in Pacific County working a 40-hour week earned $24,960 annually before taxes. In 2020, that same worker will earn $28,080, a 12% incr…
PACIFIC NORTHWEST — Rough weather, tough tariffs and an ongoing respiratory outbreak in China have stunted the commercial Dungeness crab season in Oregon and Washington so far this season.
Pacific’s home supply dwindles, prices more than double in seven years
This month Coast River Business Journal revisits some start-up enterprises featured in the past year to see how they’re doing.
LONG BEACH — On a winter afternoon Martha Herrejon flipped tortillas, ladled beans and rolled burritos.
LONG BEACH — The tables were full and the beer was flowing.
OLYMPIA — Washington state businesses need to be aware of a variety of new laws that will affect operations in 2020.
Daliah and Daniel Lundquist opened their dental office in Ilwaco in 2008, after leaving a practice in Vancouver. "Ilwaco offered a more relaxed lifestyle," Daliah said.
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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.
LONG BEACH — A Long Beach business is on the brink of closing following a statewide ban on flavored vaping products.
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Familiar W-4 forms getting a major update
OCEAN PARK — The refrain of customers leaving MyCovio’s Wednesday night made it clear how they felt about the place:
New TLC branch will feature NW coffee house
PACIFIC COUNTY — Eight marijuana growers have shuttered their doors over the past two years in Pacific County, nearly half the licensed businesses.
PACIFIC COUNTY — Despite the struggles of some marijuana growers, the retail side is recording record sales.