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Organic farming finds itself at a crossroads
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Organic farming finds itself at a crossroads
Some organic purists still want to battle the “Empire,” but the market seems to be adjusting to the presence and influence of ‘Big Ag.’

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Forest products: Modern, sustainable and key for Clatsop County
Forest products: Modern, sustainable and key for Clatsop County
Q & A
Lois Perdue, mill manager, Hampton Lumber Mill
Rock solid: 
Seaside shop hits stride in third season
Rock solid: Seaside shop hits stride in third season
Seaside rock shop hits stride in third season
Strong all along: 
New year brings new business to area gyms
Strong all along: New year brings new business to area gyms
New year brings new business to area gyms
Welcome to Neptune: 
New managers settle into surroundings and role at LB theater
Welcome to Neptune: New managers settle into surroundings and role at LB theater
New managers settle into surroundings and role LB theater
Resurgent economy evident in home furnishing industry
Resurgent economy evident in home furnishing industry
Home furnishing industry reveals signs of recovery from 2008 recession
A ‘blue collar’ beginning: 
Saturday market mainstay opens doors in downtown LB
A ‘blue collar’ beginning: Saturday market mainstay opens doors in downtown LB
Blue Collar Eats opens in downtown LB
Razor clam closure hurts small businesses
Razor clam closure hurts small businesses
The financial fallout from the on-going razor clam closure has racked restaurants, retailers and small businesses around the Peninsula.
Well Preserved: Charles and Elizabeth Johnson Residence
Well Preserved: Charles and Elizabeth Johnson Residence

ASTORIA — “We were young and adventurous when we started,” recalled Judy Atkinson. She and her husband, Ernie, were moving north from California. They had an 18-month old child in tow and another child on the way. They needed an...

Business Bookworm: Fascinating story of the Krocs and McDonald’s
Business Bookworm: Fascinating story of the Krocs and McDonald’s

“To go.” Whoever put those two delicious words together really knew what they were doing: order your food, ask for it “to go,” save yourself time, and eat wherever you want. You might not even have to get out of the car.

Meet the Merchant: 
Spencer Percey, owner, Spencer’s Instrument Repair
Meet the Merchant: Spencer Percey, owner, Spencer’s Instrument Repair
Meet the merchant
Spencer Percy, owner, Spencer’s Instrument Repair
Seaside New Business Licenses
Seaside Business Licenses
Clatsop County Property Transactions
Clatsop County December Sales
Astoria Building Permits
Astoria Building Permits 02/17
Pacific County Property Transactions
PC Property Sales Transactions
Ilwaco Business Licenses
Ilwaco Business Licenses
Clatsop County Building Permits

December 2016

Date Work Description Address Valuation Contractor or Owner

12/6/16 Dwelling 32307 Ruby Ln, Cannon Beach $337,303 Turk, R.J. Living Trust

12/6/16 Dwelling 88756 Teal Rd, Seaside $431,057 Scott,...

Opportunity knocks three times

The month of February is jam packed with all kinds of activities for the business community of our region! My monthly article will highlight three of the most significant: 1) Clatsop County Job & Career Fair which will be held on Wednesday, Feb.

Human Resources Q&A

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...

Business Briefs for February 2017

LONG BEACH and ASTORIA — Pacific County posted its best mid-winter job numbers in December since 2006, according to the most recent report by the Washington State Employment Security Department.

The county’s December jobless rate...

Cannon Beach Building Permits
Cannon Beach Permits
Troubled shipyard approaches end game
Troubled shipyard approaches end game
Astoria Marine struggling despite reprieve
Is gambling ‘good for Gearhart’?
Is gambling ‘good for Gearhart’?
Pub owner says lottery needed to succeed
Cafe Uniontown sold to hotelier
Cafe Uniontown sold to hotelier
Landmark was going to be an Irish pub
Lindstrom’s Danish Maid closes oven door for good
Lindstrom’s Danish Maid closes oven door for good
Sweet shop misses its baker
New brewery opens doors in Astoria
New brewery opens doors in Astoria
Latest entry in craft beer market opens doors in Astoria

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Organic farming finds itself at a crossroads
Some organic purists still want to battle the “Empire,” but the market seems to be adjusting to the presence and influence of...
Fallen cable knocks out radio transmitter
Antenna damaged in windstorm
A budding tourism industry
Seamstress sets up shop in Uniontown
Forest products: Modern, sustainable and key for Clatsop County

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Forest products: Modern, sustainable and key for Clatsop County
Q & A
Lois Perdue, mill manager, Hampton Lumber Mill
Rock solid: Seaside shop hits stride in third season
Seaside rock shop hits stride in third season
Strong all along: New year brings new business to area gyms
Welcome to Neptune: New managers settle into surroundings and role at LB theater
Resurgent economy evident in home furnishing industry