OCEAN PARK — Willapa Wild LLC, which describes itself as “a company focused on the disruption of the shellfish and seafood industries,” recently announced raising more than $1 million for the continued incubation of their company. The firm is owned by Cora and Antony Barran.
CORVALLIS — Dungeness crab is Oregon’s leading commercial seafood product, bringing in an estimated $75 million in 2018, yet little is known about how far crabs will venture in search of food.
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ILWACO — Marcene Miller stood in high heels and a knee-length red dress as she greeted guests at the door.
Don Nisbett talked about his career and approach as an artist at his gallery, located at 167 Howerton Ave. at the Port of Ilwaco.
LONG BEACH — Love, seasoning and patience. That’s Dave Allen’s recipe for success with his second restaurant, Beach Fire BBQ, where he churns out authentic Texas-style brisket, Kansas City rac…
LONG BEACH — For more than 15 years Erin Hill helped manage her family antique store. In late May, she officially opened Red Line Antiques with co-owner Raymond Wolken.
ASTORIA and ILWACO — Bill Dodge and Don Nisbett are professional artists with big followings among the residents and visitors to the Columbia-Pacific area.
Home prices cooled in Clatsop in April
LONG BEACH — A healthy alternative to fast food is being served up one smoothie at a time in Long Beach.
Regional lender Craft3 is deciding where to invest $50 million in tax credits it recently secured from the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
Revaluation statements for 2019, showing new assessed values of properties to be used for the 2020 property taxes, will be mailed May 31. The new values are based on actual sales which occurre…
NASELLE — Up a winding road dirt road near the edge of Naselle on a property lined with trees and pocked with pre-World War II industrial equipment lives Lowell Stambaugh.
RAYMOND — Roughly three years after starting Willapa Brewing in Raymond in 2016, the McMurry family has taken another step toward bringing more of their hearty brew to the masses.
Astoria Sunday Market opens May 12
Never mind that one of my final days in Wyoming was spent helping brand calves alongside a former governor in the shadow of the Tetons, I'm no farm kid. Growing up in the Cowboy State, it took…
ASTORIA — A collective sigh of relief washed over Astoria in March with the arrival of spring, signaling a change of the season and the start of more lucrative months for local merchants. Loca…
LONG BEACH — The Peninsula has long been known for its shipwrecked past, and soon there will be a brewpub that embodies it.
LONG BEACH — Home prices are rising in Pacific County, but still have a long way to go to catch up with the rest of Washington.
ILWACO — A small house stands behind Ilwaco’s Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum. The museum’s board recently purchased the house and property for $25,000. They did so with the express purpose o…
ILWACO — At any one time, several sailboats, yachts and miscellaneous fishing vessels of all sizes and functions line the Ilwaco Boatyard. Most arrive for annual maintenance and repairs that o…
LONG BEACH — It was a time of buzz cuts, flat tops and Ivy League haircuts. The worst of the Vietnam War was still ahead and The Beatles had yet to appear on the Ed Sullivan Show.
LONG BEACH — It’s fresh fades and hot lather, free drinks and minute massages. And yes, there’s even an Xbox for kids to play Fortnite.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — As the April filing deadline approaches, the Internal Revenue Service today warned taxpayers to be alert to tax time phone scams where aggressive criminals pose as IRS agent…
OLYMPIA — A statewide broadband office would be created under legislation passed by the Washington state Senate in a unanimous vote March 6.
PACCAR Foundation donates truck for diesel education
LONG BEACH — It all started with baby blankets.
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PACIFIC COUNTY — Licensed marijuana producers and processors across Pacific County are cultivating rare cannabis strains while broadening production of concentrates and infused products.
They come looking for Ruger rifles, Glock handguns and standard shotguns.
Hospitality industry gains new tsunami-education tool
Vancouver Weed Co. owner Gary Green has been cultivating strains that are high in tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV) and cannabigerol (CBG). "They're finding that they have a large medicinal value,…
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OLYMPIA — The creation of a Statewide Broadband Office and an initial investment of $25 million into getting broadband into “every nook and cranny” was announced by Governor Jay Inslee on Jan. 16.
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.
Coastal Growers owner Marty Junge started with 47 different strains of marijuana. He has since slimmed it down to 18 strins that exhibit the characteristics and potency he seeks.
ILWACO — When each fall harvest came in, prices plummeted.