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There was applause from co-workers and customers, plus treats and cake last week, when longtime career banker Lorna Batt retired from the Bank of the Pacific in Long Beach. Batt had been with …

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The Clatsop Forestry & Wood Products Economic Development Committee (CFEDC) invites you to the 29th annual community leader’s forestry tour on Wednesday, Oct. 2 from 7: a.m. to 2 p.m. Tour…

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LONG BEACH — Pacific County saw a seasonally adjusted 11.5% gain in home sales and a 18.7% increase in median sales price in the spring of 2019, according a just-released analysis by the autho…

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PACIFIC NORTHWEST — For a fourth consecutive year, the news hasn’t been good for Oregon and Washington commercial tuna fisherman.

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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 …

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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…

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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.

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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.

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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…

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OLYMPIA — A statewide broadband office would be created under legislation passed by the Washington state Senate in a unanimous vote March 6.