Students from Tongue Point Job Corps Center have temporarily joined Precision Coast Painting Inc. in Ocean Park, Washington, to get real-world work experience.
Emily Darr has joined Ocean Beach Hospital and Medical Clinics as a family nurse practitioner.
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…
The first of at least a dozen residents has arrived at Ocean Beach Hospital and Medical Clinics in Ilwaco.
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- Clatsop WORKS Program results for summer 2022
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LONG BEACH — James Stewart always wanted to live by the beach, so when the opportunity to own a popular Long Beach attraction arose, he sprang.
SEAVIEW — A former California resident is finding peace of mind in Pacific County as the new operator of a peninsula gas station.
ILWACO — It’s time to “turn and burn” for tuna fishermen along the coast.
NAHCOTTA — A kayak rental service is now available at the Port of Peninsula.
LONG BEACH — A long-standing coffee stand has changed names and ownership.
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…
The popular cable TV program “American Pickers” plans a return swing through Washington state this October.
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.
OCEAN PARK — On a sunny June afternoon, Kaysea Johnson paused from putting the finishing touches on a rose arrangement and reminisced about her roots.
LONG BEACH — New eco-friendly burial, cremation and funeral services are now being offered by a family-owned mortuary business in Long Beach.
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.
In the past year, the cost of crab, cooking oil and takeout containers have all nearly doubled, a troublesome combination for a local business selling crab cakes to-go.
RAYMOND — Nichoel Casey is the new president and CEO at Raymond Federal Bank.
Balancing tourism demand and historic integrity
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.
Family businesses navigate succession planning
ASTORIA — KMUN’S pledge drive is happening now through March 20.
It’s hard to believe this month marks two years the Columbia-Pacific, like the rest of world, has felt the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
SEAVIEW, Wash. — Columbia Steel & Welding Supply has opened in Seaview.
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.
A connection to the area and their work
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.
Vessel: F/V Dolphin
Q: Can you tell me a little about the business and services you will offer?
LONG BEACH — Registration is open for the Pacific Coast Running Festival, which is set to take place in Long Beach May 13 to May 15.
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…
The season never ends and the sales seldom slow for one of Pacific County’s fastest growing industries.
Name: F/V Vengeance
Q: When did you officially open?
Home prices remain competitive
Q: What year did the business begin?
Vessel: Judy S
Continuing scarcity in the residential real estate market is not just a result of the pandemic, the rise of remote work, vacation-rental investments and relocations from troubled or drought-st…
Unique flavors from around the world can be found in a new shop in downtown Long Beach.
LONG BEACH — An $8 million investment in environmental restoration and landscape design will soon transform an RV park into a state-of-the-art Japanese-inspired camping resort.
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…
Young people are the backbone of any successful business.
Impacts of the pandemic still felt over a year later
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.
LONG BEACH — A blazing September sun loomed overhead as two men installed the final solar panel atop Marsh’s Free Museum.
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…
Vessel: F/V Brandy
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).
Vessel: F/V MAR-C
Old buildings see improvements as new businesses open
Pacific Crest Apothecary
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