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Charter fishing business finds new roles amid stricter seasons
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Still reeling: Charter fishing business finds new roles amid stricter seasons
Charter fishing business finds new roles amid stricter fishing seasons

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Business briefs for June 2017
Business briefs for June 2017

ASTORIA — Tongue Point Job Corps students have a new internship opportunity — to join the crew of tall ships Hawaiian Chieftain and Lady Washington sailing the Pacific.

Grays Harbor Historical Seaport and Tongue Point Job Corps...

LEKTRO takes top honors for product development, support
LEKTRO takes top honors for product development, support

WARRENTON — Local aircraft tug manufacturer LEKTRO recently announced in a press release it received the Southwest Airlines Vendor of the Year and Ground Support Worldwide Magazine’s Product Leader of the Year Award.

Well Preserved
Well Preserved

ASTORIA — In 1926, the Astoria Budget announced contractors Uhrbrand and Berwick were remodeling the old Elmore mansion, one of Astoria’s landmarks, into a 13-unit apartment complex. In order to accommodate third floor living spaces, the...

Old pharmacy building makes way for new facility
Old pharmacy building makes way for new facility

Business Bookworm: ‘Cult of Overwork’ is out of hand

Zzzzzzzzzip.

That was the sound of your last weekend as it passed by, but it probably doesn’t matter anyhow: it was packed with work, To-Dos and obligations, kid’s sports, and more work. Sometimes, you wonder why you even bother.

Lots going on at CEDR/Clatsop Community College Small Business Development Center
Lots going on at CEDR/Clatsop Community College Small Business Development Center

We have had a very busy and productive year so far at your CEDR and Clatsop Community College Small Business Development Center organization! We are pleased to share this seasonal recap.

Lindamay Woosley joins Gearhart office of Windermere Stellar
Lindamay Woosley joins Gearhart office of Windermere Stellar

GEARHART — Northwest Oregon’s largest locally owned and managed real estate brokerage, Windermere Stellar, welcomed Lindamay Woosley as a new real estate broker this month.

Woosley has been in real estate since 1989 and joins the...

May roundtable taught fine art of business finance
May roundtable taught fine art of business finance

ASTORIA — A May 17 event brought Clatsop County business leaders together with top experts in the field of business finance.

“We had a very successful Small Business Administration Resource Partner’s Roundtable and Event on...

Skating Lake land sold to conservation group
Skating Lake land sold to conservation group

OYSTERVILLE — Sydney Stevens, a descendant of the Espy family who founded Oysterville on the Long Beach Peninsula in 1854, recently with her husband Nyel sold 54 acres of wetland property on Skating Lake near Oysterville to Columbia Land Trust...

Clatsop County Building Permits
Clatsop County Permits 6/2
Astoria Building Permits
Astoria Building Permits 6/2
Cannon Beach Building Permits
Cannon Beach Building Permits
Pacific County Food Service Inspections
PC Food Inspections 6/2
Seaside Business Licenses
Seaside Business Licenses
Pacific County Property Transactions
Pacific County Property Transactions 6/2
Clatsop County Property Transactions
Clatsop County Sales 6/2
Maybe at last, growth really will be this area’s big issue

When I moved here more than a quarter century ago my boss asked what was the biggest issue faced by local communities. “Growth” was my answer. Though somewhat premature at the time, I might still give a similar response...

Pacific County boasts record-setting visitor spending: Tourist dollars topped $170 million for 2016
Pacific County boasts record-setting visitor spending: Tourist dollars topped $170 million for 2016
Tourist spending topped $170 million in 2016
Real Estate Briefs
Real Estate Briefs

LONG BEACH — Residents in Pacific County get the seventh best bang for their property tax bucks among Washington state’s counties, according to SmartAsset, a financial technology company.

On balance, Pacific County has good schools...

Spring season sweeps coastal communities: 
Garden and grilling season bolsters area business after wet winter
Spring season sweeps coastal communities: Garden and grilling season bolsters area business after wet winter
Garden and grilling season bolsters area businesses after wet winter
Biking the beach
Biking the beach
Electric bike rental business opens in Long Beach
From the barstool to bar owner:
North Beach Tavern takes shape under new owner
From the barstool to bar owner: North Beach Tavern takes shape under new owner
North Beach Tavern takes shape under new owner
Meet the Merchant: Selling surf gear since 1980
Meet the Merchant: Selling surf gear since 1980
Meet the Merchant
Cleanline Surf
Josh Gizdavich, 60, owner
Serious Pizza opens second location in Ilwaco
Serious Pizza opens second location in Ilwaco
Former gas station now home to authentic Neapolitan-style pizza
Q&A: Mr. Doobees owner H.J. Norris is a marijuana believer now
Q&A: Mr. Doobees owner H.J. Norris is a marijuana believer now
Mr. Doobees owner HJ Norris discusses his plunge into the Pacific County pot industry
Business Bookwork: Dealing with difficult people on the job
Business Bookwork: Dealing with difficult people on the job

Your co-worker is an idiot.

All day long, he’s blah-blah-blah, telling you how great he is, the coolest guy ever. If you’ve done something, he’s done it better. Twice. You’d love it if the boss fired the jerk, but...

CresComm installs broadband in rural locations
CresComm installs broadband in rural locations

Well Preserved: Astor Library’s fascinating basement
Well Preserved: Astor Library’s fascinating basement

ASTORIA — In January, Astoria’s City Council voted to renovate the existing public library rather than construct a new building elsewhere. A by-product of that decision means coming to terms with the library’s basement and its...

Pacific County Property Transactions
Pacific County Sales Transactions
NMFS OKs new electronic fisheries monitoring system

ASTORIA — The Pacific Fishery Management Council on April 27 recommended new regulations governing the use of electronic equipment to monitor at-sea discards of target, non-target and prohibited fish for certain West Coast groundfish fisheries.

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