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In a name: Trademark issues lead to local rebranding and angst
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In a name: Trademark issues lead to local rebranding and angst
Richard Erickson and Larry Cary were forced to change the names of their businesses in the face of lawsuit threats from California breweries.

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Wells Fargo gives $250,000 to help build OHSU guest house
Wells Fargo gives $250,000 to help build OHSU guest house

PORTLAND — Wells Fargo on Jan. 27 donated $250,000 to support the construction of the Oregon Health & Science University Guest House for families of patients who must travel far from to home to receive specialized care.

OHSU will...

Astoria Warrenton chamber combines party with annual honors
Astoria Warrenton chamber combines party with annual honors
Those who help North Coast businesses thrive receive awards
The Curious Caterpillar to change hands in March
The Curious Caterpillar to change hands in March
After more than four years with the same owner, The Curious Caterpillar will be sold in March.
Name change, increased community outreach coming to ‘All Season’s’
Name change, increased community outreach coming to ‘All Season’s’
All Season's Kidstuff in Chinook is getting a new name and making increased outreach efforts in local communities.
Businesswomen get networking platform in Divas Doing Business
Businesswomen get networking platform in Divas Doing Business
Judy Curnow founded the Clatsop County chapter of Divas Doing Business to give local businesswomen a networking platform.
Stamper joins newspaper’s advertising team
Stamper joins newspaper’s advertising team
Sometimes a coffee order turns into a new career.
Long-time broker opens Larsen Coast Homes
Long-time broker opens Larsen Coast Homes
Larsen Coast Realty opens
Alisa Dunlap named Pacific Power’s new regional business manager
Alisa Dunlap named Pacific Power’s new regional business manager

ASTORIA — Alisa Dunlap is assuming the role of regional business manager for Pacific Power in Clatsop and Lincoln counties. She plans to move to the north coast within the next few months. In this role she will maintain the company’s...

Elaine Rusinovich joins Larcin Realty Group
Elaine Rusinovich joins Larcin Realty Group
New agent joins real estate firm
Business Bookworm
Business Bookworm

You tried to make a big sale last week.

A sale would’ve made you money and it would’ve made your numbers go up, which would definitely have made you happy. Alas, you just couldn’t make it happen, but if you read...

Leathercraft Company relocates to the Nehalem Valley
Leathercraft Company relocates to the Nehalem Valley

NEHALEM — Walnut Studiolo founder Geoffrey Franklin has been designing and handcrafting leather goods and bicycle accessories in Portland since 2009, experiencing significant growth along the way.

After a year of looking for a location...

An ounce of trademark prevention...

By Cynthia Washicko

cwashicko@crbizjournal.com

When it comes to trademark infringement issues, prevention is most often the best shield.

“The best thing [a company] can do would be to do a trademark search before adopting a...

Chinook port installs new leadership, cleans up finances
A loan from Pacific County to the port is projected to be in place by the end of January.
CMH to study how community outreach affects colorectal cancer screening

A research study on community outreach around colorectal cancer screening will be coming soon to Clatsop County. Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) is partnering with Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH) for a study to evaluate whether a broad...

Oregon wants its marijuana tax now

SALEM — A temporary 25-percent tax is now in effect for all recreational marijuana products sold at medical marijuana dispensaries through December 31, 2016. The tax is applied to the retail price of the recreational products. Dispensaries must...

Navigating trademark issues is an old tradition on the Columbia

Intellectual property — things like trademarks and copyrights — wasn’t among my interests in law school but has become a hobby in middle age, especially thanks to the marketing creativity of fish and shellfish canners here on the...

Get practical over waterways regulations

The seemingly endless stream of Obama administration rules to circumvent Congress and states is driving people away from finding practical solutions to problems and into courtrooms filled with highly-paid attorneys waging a “paperwork”...

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SEASIDE — Clatsop Community Bank reported a net profit of $63,000 or $0.06 per diluted share, for the three months ended Dec. 31, 2015, compared to net profit of $1.55 million, or $1.42 per diluted share, for the same period in 2014. For the...

Food Inspections
Food Inspections
Seaside New Business Licenses – January 2016
Seaside Business Licenses
Pacific County Property Transactions
Pacific County Property Transactions
Clatsop County Property Transactions
Clatsop Property Transactions
Cannon Beach Building Permits
Cannon Beach Building Permits
City of Astoria Building Permits

City of Astoria Residential

Name Address Value Description Contractor

Peter Blasenheim 290 Chelmsford Avenue $4,250 Gas fireplace P&J Johnson Mechanical Inc.

Blue Heron Hotel 204 W Marine Drive Not provided 77 fixtures Israel...

Clatsop County Building Permits

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Dooley Tevis III/Lally Judith

31972 E Ocean Ln, Arch Cape

Single Family Dwelling (Accessory unit)

$94,810

Adair Homes

92603 Wireless, Astoria

Single Family...

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In a name: Trademark issues lead to local rebranding and angst
Richard Erickson and Larry Cary were forced to change the names of their businesses in the face of lawsuit threats from California breweries.
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In a name: Trademark issues lead to local rebranding and angst
Richard Erickson and Larry Cary were forced to change the names of their businesses in the face of lawsuit threats from California breweries.
Meet the Merchant - Bikes and Beyond
Scott Lee, co-owner of Bikes and Beyond in Astoira, talks cycle tourism and surviving the recession as a small, specialty business
LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE: ‘Slow Lane’ closes in on trial opening
Well Preserved
Wells Fargo gives $250,000 to help build OHSU guest house