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Cable giants to wed
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Cable giants to wed
There has been a wave in consolidation in the cable industry as providers are starting to lose TV subscribers, costs for TV, sports and movies rise and pressure from online video services such as Netflix and Hulu increases.

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McNaughton joins Coastal Family Health Center
McNaughton joins Coastal Family Health Center
Family nurse practioner joins health center
Oregon unemployment falls to pre-recession levels
Rate declined to 5.2 percent in April
Companies OK contract for West Coast dockworkers
Twenty-nine West Coast ports were affected.
Wells Fargo holds contest for small businesses
Now through June 30, Wells Fargo is offering small business owners a chance to win cash prizes and business mentoring.
CCC’s Small Business Development Center rakes in honors
CCC’s Small Business Development Center rakes in honors
Clatsop Community College's Small Business Development Center took home some gear at the U.S. Small Business Administration's Small Business Week Awards ceremony.
Grocery store planned for Tolovana
Jon, Tim and James Welsh hope to open a fresh food store that emphasizes natural, organic and gluten-free foods.
Fish market to open in downtown Astoria
Fish market to open in downtown Astoria
Downtown Astoria will soon have a fish market again.
Something’s brewing at Fort George
Something’s brewing at Fort George
Fort George Brewery just keeps growing.
From one coast to another, new editor takes South County reins
From one coast to another, new editor takes South County reins
New editor named for Seaside Signal, Cannon Beach Gazette.
Former log-sorting yard up for auction
Former log-sorting yard up for auction
Buy a slice of logging history along the Lewis and Clark River.
Oregon travel industry recovery sails past pre-recession levels
Oregon travel industry recovery sails past pre-recession levels
Clatsop County cashes in on increase in travel spending.
TLC liquidated after reaching insolvency
TLC Federal Credit Union had reached insolvency before its liquidation by the National Credit Union Administration.
Shrimp spray goes away; oyster farming in disarray
Shrimp spray goes away; oyster farming in disarray
Application withdrawn for controlling burrowing shrimp in Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor
Local citizen’s group sues Army Corps over Walmart
Local citizen’s group sues Army Corps over Walmart
Federal agency should have done more to protect wetlands, suit claims
Convention center’s expansion committee considering next step
Convention center’s expansion committee considering next step
The Seaside Civic and Convention Center is exploring new ideas regarding the expansion and how it will be paid for, following concerns from residents about a suggested sales tax and the lack of infrastructure to support the project.
Sneak a peek at cruising to Astoria on the Crown Princess
Sneak a peek at cruising to Astoria on the Crown Princess
A floating city pulled into the Port of Astoria Thursday morning.
TLC taken over by Longview’s Fibre Federal Credit union
"This is a win-win situation for both Fibre Federal and TLC,” stated Fibre Federal’s CEO, Larry Hoff.
Columbia Produce clears its shelves
Columbia Produce clears its shelves
A local icon closed this week.
CMH Medical Group adds primary caregivers
Columbia Memorial Hospital recently doubled its primary care staff in Warrenton.
Columbia River Maritime Museum store wins national award
Columbia River Maritime Museum store wins national award
The maps paid off for the Columbia River Maritime Museum.
Bud Light: Sorry for saying it removes ‘no’ from vocabulary
Bud Light: Sorry for saying it removes ‘no’ from vocabulary
Photos of the bottles went viral on social media Tuesday with widespread complaints about the slogan, particularly at a time of national debate about college rape.
Shot in the arm
Shot in the arm
Healthcare growth helps keep economy in the pink
Life In The Slow Lane
Life In The Slow Lane
The business literally begins to take shape.
Oregon travel industry recovery sails past pre-recession levels
Clatsop County cashes in on increase in travel spending.
Avamere buys Seaside’s Necanicum Village
Wilsonville company expands its services in Seaside.