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A new approach:
Couple opens holistic healthcare business on Commercial Street
A new approach: Couple opens holistic healthcare business on Commercial Street
Acupuncture, Chinese herbs, massage therapy, lifestyle coaching, yoga and Pilates are all offered at Watershed Wellness.
Blessing and a curse: 
Rain sustains, threatens Rose Ranch
Blessing and a curse: Rain sustains, threatens Rose Ranch
At Rose Ranch in Bay Center, the rain is a blessing and a curse.
In case of Cascadia: 
Seaside hiking and apparel store owner creates custom preparedness packs
In case of Cascadia: Seaside hiking and apparel store owner creates custom preparedness packs
A keen sense of safety was drilled in as an inspector in Montana oil fields and his sense of wilderness preparedness was honed during big-game hunts in the Rocky Mountains. Upon moving to Clatsop County, Jason Johnson found a new focus and opened a new...
Regulatory climate, burrowing shrimp grip Willapa oyster industry
Regulatory climate, burrowing shrimp grip Willapa oyster industry
When Taylor Shellfish Farms purchased Ekone Oyster Company in February, it sent shockwaves through the Willapa Bay shellfish industry.
Clatsop County Career & Job Fair
Job seekers and industries unite
Clatsop County Career & Job Fair Job seekers and industries unite
More than 800 job seekers attended the third annual Clatsop County Career & Job Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 22.
Meet the Merchant: 
Lindsay Bones brings feminine perspective to taxidermy
Meet the Merchant: Lindsay Bones brings feminine perspective to taxidermy
Meet the Merchant, Lindsay Bones, taxidermist
Well Preserved: The Raymond Theater
Well Preserved: The Raymond Theater

RAYMOND, Wash. — During the 1920s, cities and small towns across the nation saw the construction of motion picture palaces. The fanciful structures seemingly transported their customers from an everyday existence to an exotic locale. Raymond...

Business Bookworm: Aim to be ‘organized enough’
Business Bookworm: Aim to be ‘organized enough’

You know exactly where Monday’s report is.

That, of course, doesn’t mean anybody else could find it. You put that report in a safe place in your office, which is organized to work for you. But is it really organized, or is it just...

Business news briefs for March 2017
Business news briefs for March 2017

WASHINGTON, D.C. — With federal tax reform efforts seeking to lower the 35 percent tax rate on corporations, it’s also worth remembering that most states also impose taxes that can push business tax marginal rates above 40 percent. New...

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...

We all have a stake in the wellbeing of farmers

Agriculture and aquaculture — and a few of the challenges they face — are a theme of this month’s Coast River Business Journal.

Farming on land and water remains a significant part of the overall economic picture around the...

CEDR Annual Report: 2016 Results

I am very pleased to share the 2016 results with the business community of our region.

I’m asked often asked what the difference is between CEDR (Clatsop Economic Development Resources) and the CCC SBDC (Clatsop Community College Small...

Clatsop County Property Transactions
Clatsop Property Transactions
Pacific County Property Transactions
Pacific Cty Property Transactions
Astoria Building Permits
Astoria Building Permits
Clatsop County Building Permits
Clatsop County Building Permits
Cannon Beach Building Permits
Cannon Beach Building Permits
Ilwaco Business Licenses
Ilwaco Biz Licenses
Seaside New Business Licenses
Seaside Biz Licenses
Pacific County Food-Service Inspections
PC Food Inspections
Long Beach Business Licenses
Long Beach Business License
Astoria Business Licenses
Astoria Business Licenses
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...