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Emerging Entrepreneur: 
Greg Dotson, Coastal Custom Computers and Electronics
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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.

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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
Cannon Beach Building Permits
Cannon Beach Permits 2/17
Pacific County Property Transactions
Pacific Cty Sales Transactions
Clatsop Property Transactions
Clatsop Property Transaction Feb 2017
Our mission: ‘Helping build Oregon’s best businesses’

At our Clatsop Community College Small Business Development Center, our core competency and priority is one on one business advising (and it’s always free and confidential).

We meet with hundreds of local businesses of all sizes, and one...

Seaside New Business Licenses – February March 2017
Seaside Biz Licenses
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...

J.C. Penney store closure in Pendleton delayed
Status of Astoria store not available
Green gamble: Marijuana growers take root in Pacific County
Green gamble: Marijuana growers take root in Pacific County
More marijuana growers take root in Pacific County
New reporter joins Astorian, South County publications
New reporter joins Astorian, South County publications
Washington native finds a place at the beach
Bengel takes over Coast Weekend
Bengel takes over Coast Weekend

Since college, Erick Bengel has jumped back and forth between the hard news and features sections of the papers he’s worked at.

A reporter for the EO Media Group since 2013, Bengel was recently named the features editor of Coast Weekend...

At Street 14, dinner service was popular but not profitable
At Street 14, dinner service was popular but not profitable
Dinners end, chef branches out
Building a business with Steel & Timber
Building a business with Steel & Timber

Shaun Catlin and Tamara Altman’s Astoria-based contracting company Steel & Timber Construction/Fabrication has built a reputation for creative contracting projects in less than a year.

The company has done everything from home...

Astoria City Council hopes to stop J.C. Penney’s closure
Astoria City Council hopes to stop J.C. Penney’s closure
The letter to the company highlights Astoria as an important commercial hub
Concern and collaboration: Area hospitals bind services, resources
Concern and collaboration: Area hospitals bind services, resources
Rising healthcare costs and staffing struggles are among the chief concerns facing rural hospitals.
J.C. Penney closure: ‘It’s like losing a friend’
J.C. Penney closure: ‘It’s like losing a friend’
Customers saddened by loss of local mainstay
Taking root: Marijuana growers consider themselves farmers
Taking root: Marijuana growers consider themselves farmers
The cannabis industry is taking root in Oregon, even as Trump administration considers enforcing federal laws barring cultivation and sales.

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