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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...

Featured Stories

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.

Clatsop County Property Transactions
Clatsop County Sales
Even a record wet winter can’t douse coastal optimism

It’s a wonder: Quite a few in business in the Columbia-Pacific region tell me they actually had an OK winter despite the weather.

What a sodden and often dreary season it was. Toward the end of April, the National Weather Service station...

CEDR hosts SBA and resource partners reception May 17

CEDR and the Clatsop Community College Small Business Development Center will be hosting (SBA) Small Business Administration District Director Marty Golden and key resource partners in a series of meetings on Wednesday, May 17, at Clatsop Community...

Business News Briefs for May 2017

SEASIDE — In recognition of achievements in sustainability, Providence Seaside Hospital has received the Partner Recognition Award from Practice Greenhealth, the nation’s leading organization dedicated to environmental sustainability in...

Human Resources Q & A: Put a stop to office gossip

This column is sponsored by the Lower Columbia Human Resource Management Association. LCHRMA represents a gathering of Human Resources professionals. Join us each month for a luncheon and training that covers many aspects of employment law and human...

Clatsop County Building Permits
Clatsop County Permits
Seaside Business Licenses
Seaside Business Licenses
Astoria Building Permits
Astoria Building Permits 5/5
Long Beach Business Licenses
Long Beach Business Licenses
Cannon Beach Building Permits
Cannon Beach Permits 5/5
Pacific County Food-Service Inspections
Food Inspection
Emerging Entrepreneur: 
Greg Dotson, Coastal Custom Computers and Electronics
Emerging Entrepreneur: Greg Dotson, Coastal Custom Computers and Electronics
At only age 21, Greg Dotson has long been the student and the understudy, but now he’s the technician and owner of Coastal Custom Computers and Electronics, a repair and retail store in Seaside.
BPA honors Astoria High School graduate James West
BPA honors Astoria High School graduate James West
Award cites extraordinary service to BPA
Best in business: 
Economic leaders converge at Seaside Convention Center for CEDR awards
Best in business: Economic leaders converge at Seaside Convention Center for CEDR awards
Nine Clatsop County businesses were recognized during the 5th annual Clatsop Economic Development Resources awards at the Seaside Convention Center on March 22.
From the fishermen to your front door: 
New business venture streamlines catch directly to consumer
From the fishermen to your front door: New business venture streamlines catch directly to consumer
New business streamlines seafood directly to consumer
Family tradition: 
Father takes over car washing business that started with his son
Family tradition: Father takes over car washing business that started with his son
When a family business is passed from generation to generation, generally it’s path from parent to child. Sometimes however, the script is flipped.
From concentrate to Craisins: 
Upgrades will allow local cranberries to become Craisins
From concentrate to Craisins: Upgrades will allow local cranberries to become Craisins
Recent upgrades at a local processing plant will soon allow customers to savor the coastal fruit in another form.
Well Preserved: Fort Stevens Historical Area
Well Preserved: Fort Stevens Historical Area

HAMMOND — Initially constructed during the Civil War, Fort Stevens remained active through World War II. In 1947, the fort was turned over to the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers to be used as their headquarters. Since 1975, Oregon State Parks has...

It’s spring: For the weather and for Columbia-Pacific business
It’s spring: For the weather and for Columbia-Pacific business

Our April issue, with its annual focus on the Clatsop Economic Development Resources awards, is always a popular and inspirational look at a few North Oregon Coast businesses at the forefront of their industries and communities.

After five...

Meet the Merchant
Jeff Dunn, owner, Brew 22
Meet the Merchant Jeff Dunn, owner, Brew 22
Jeff Dunn, 31, owner, Brew 22
Business Bookworm: ‘Who Thought This Was a Good Idea?’
Business Bookworm: ‘Who Thought This Was a Good Idea?’

Your boss is a VIP: a Very Important Person.

Nothing gets done without approval from the Executive Suite and nothing is unnoticed; there’s a finger on the pulse of your company at all times, which is probably how The Boss got to the top.

Clatsop County Building Permits-February 2017
Clatsop County Building permits

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