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Odie B's took up where 5 'Lil Monkeys left off.

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Quickbooks workshop on tap
The workshop covers entering bills and creating purchase orders; generating relevant expense reports in QuickBooks
Goonies Day gets a trade show
A 1980s-themed trade convention is joining the Goonies 30th anniversary celebration.
It’s time to UnWined
Tickets for the preview of the Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival are still on sale.
Clatsop County Property Transactions: Feb. 26, 2015
Following are six of the most valuable property transactions from the previous week.
Fisher off the hook in fish case
In a 5-4 decision the justices threw out the conviction of commercial fishing boat captain John Yates, who was prosecuted under a law passed in the wake of the Enron scandal.
Customer service is March topic
The Lower Columbia Human Resources Management Association meets March 4 at Buoy Beer Company.
Changes afoot on Commercial Street
Changes afoot on Commercial Street
There are some new tenants and owners on Commercial Street buildings between 12th and 15th streets.
Making the Dollar: K & M Catering and The Bandit Cafe
Making the Dollar: K & M Catering and The Bandit Cafe
Mark Alfonse and Kari Hall run K & M Catering and The Bandit Cafe at Clatsop Community College's main campus.
United Way announces new board members
United Way of Clatsop County elects board
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Retirement seminar set for Feb. 26
Enterprise zone offers a potential tool for growth
Enterprise zone offers a potential tool for growth
The tax breaks could help draw businesses to portions of the county that are prime for development but lacking interested suitors.
Riverwalk Inn owner beholden to many
Riverwalk Inn owner beholden to many
Astoria hotelier and arcade entrepreneur owes a lot of money to a lot of people.
Clatsop County Property Transactions: Feb. 19, 2015
Following are six of the most valuable property transactions from the past week.
Bunun Fortune escapes Astoria
Bunun Fortune escapes Astoria
After a six-day loading turned into two weeks amid labor-shipper contract standoffs, the Bunun Fortune finally made it out of Astoria.
Workshops on QuickBooks planned
Clatsop Economic Development Resources (CEDR) upcoming workshop on tips and tricks for QuickBooks.
Making the Dollar: Olsen Counseling
Making the Dollar: Olsen Counseling
Michael Olsen counsels individuals, couples and families in his office on the third floor of the Spexarth Building.
Restaurant closes, leaving wage claims
Restaurant closes, leaving wage claims
Nick Clark says all the employees at his short-lived restaurant have been paid.
Bowpicker returns to homeport soon
Bowpicker returns to homeport soon
Bowpicker Fish & Chips hopes to once again moor at the corner of Duane and 17th streets by the end of the month.
Pizza Hut fancies its ingredients
Pizza Hut fancies its ingredients
Pizza Hut has once again expanded its menu.
Time to nominate for CEDR awards
Clatsop Economic Development Resources (CEDR) seeks nominations of businesses for its annual awards ceremony.
No more factory center in the Seaside Outlets
There's no more factory center in Seaside Outlets.
Clatsop County Property Transactions: Feb. 12, 2015
Six of the most valuable property transactions from last week.
Partial West Coast port shutdown looms; contract talks stall
Partial West Coast port shutdown looms; contract talks stall
Companies said they won’t hire crews to load or unload ships Thursday, Saturday, Sunday or Monday — when they’d have to pay Presidents Day holiday or weekend wages to dockworkers they accuse of slowing their work to gain leverage in...
South Korean container carrier says it’s leaving Portland
Hanjin Shipping notified the port and customers it will withdraw services on March 9, port spokesman Josh Thomas said Tuesday.
Seaside store unfazed by Radio Shack bankruptcy
Seaside store unfazed by Radio Shack bankruptcy
Kennell's Electronics plans to rebrand itself as the ailing giant files Chapter 11.

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Odie B’s is keeping kids covered
Odie B's took up where 5 'Lil Monkeys left off.
Making the Dollar: Lor’s Tours
Lori Beth Kulp runs her own tour bus, and hopes to build a fleet.
State starts grant program for innovative products
Goonies Day gets a trade show
It’s time to UnWined

Coast River Business Journal

The Wauna mill: A half-century of family pride
Making paper spans generations in some communities
Escape Lodging takes over management of two Seaside inns
The Cannon Beach company now runs the Ebb Tide and the Hi-Tide.
Life In The Slow Lane
Port of Chinook begins dredging silted marina
Wholesale baker prepares to go retail with Seaside storefront