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Heather Soule has accepted a position with Oregon Coast Bank, where she will operate its remote loan production office and lead the bank’s expansion efforts on the coasts of Oregon and Washing…

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ILWACO — The busy summer recreational salmon season has a surprise guest star this year, as sockeye return in numbers not seen in nearly a century, with significant economic benefits for busin…

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Inflation accelerated in June, rising to 9.1% over the past year, the biggest jump in the Consumer Price Index since November 1981, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Wednesday.

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ILWACO — After seven years at the helm of Ocean Beach Hospital and Medical Clinics, and a career that spans more than 40 years in health care administration, CEO Larry Cohen is calling it a career.

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Balancing tourism demand and historic integrity

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Whether it’s organic farming, local food networks or community beach clean-ups, many businesses and groups on the North Coast have an environmental focus year-round.

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It has been two years since the first coronavirus case was identified in Oregon, and since then family-owned businesses on the North Coast have weathered pandemic surges alongside their communities.

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LONG BEACH — After 20 years of commercial fishing on the cold, open ocean, Gran Vandermeulen is happy to be working in a warm, stationery building serving up hot burritos, tacos and quesadillas.

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Q: Can you tell me a little about the business and services you will offer?

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Sarah Lambert is a bookkeeper and the owner of Evolution Business Financial Coaching in Astoria. Coast River Business Journal spoke with Lambert about her advice for business owners and people…

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Sheryl Olson studied the map under her feet, taking in the trade routes between Japan and the Pacific Northwest as if preparing for a test. She took in each nearby display at the Columbia Rive…

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Two thousand runners and walkers raced across the Astoria Bridge on Oct. 10, marking the last surge of the summer tourism season on the North Coast.

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LONG BEACH — A blazing September sun loomed overhead as two men installed the final solar panel atop Marsh’s Free Museum.

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ASTORIA — The Columbia-Pacific region has witnessed a shift in the demographics of its lawyers, according to Josh Stellmon, an attorney with Haglund Kelley who relocated to Astoria in 2018 fro…

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One of the most dynamic and valuable programs offered for existing businesses is the Clatsop Community College Small Business Development Center Small Business Management Program (SBM).