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The end of an era

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
For more than a half-century, High's Body Shop has been in the south Lincoln County area to smooth out the dents and put the pieces back together when vehicles have been in an accident, or when people simply want some restoration work done.
But owner Paul Highfill is retiring, and the body shop has seen its final repair.

Fostveit named community affairs manager

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
NW Natural has appointed Cindi Fostveit as the company's new community affairs manager in Lincoln County. Fostveit's role will consist of attracting new natural gas customers and garnering corporate community involvement.
Fostveit replaces Lynn Nelson who retired after 15 years of service with NW Natural.

Robeson is newest associate at salon

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
Salon Ethos owner Liz Rose-Worman recently announced the addition of associate Kayla Robeson to the salon's team.
A 2015 graduate of Phagan's Cosmetology College in Newport, Robeson is completing the Salon Ethos Associate Training Program, an intensive, on-the-job training in customer service, technique and best business practices.

What is a rollover IRA?

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
So, what's the big idea behind a rollover IRA? With a rollover IRA, the retirement dollars you have saved so far within your company's retirement plan, like a 401(k), can be moved to your own Individual Retirement Arrangement, or IRA.
The rollover IRA is simply a pre-tax, traditional IRA that has been funded by you changing jobs or retiring

Second generation taking over campground

Modified: Tuesday, Jun 14th, 2016
Living in a home with five kids ages 11 and under, with your parents and your in-laws next door, might seem crazy to most, but for Steve and Heidi Long, it's the ideal situation.
The Longs are a part of a multi-generational operation running the Lincoln City KOA Journey. Long's parents, Mel and Barbara Lay, have owned the park

Business of the Year nominees

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 14th, 2016
Oregon State Credit Union
Oregon State Credit Union is a proud partner of the Newport Chamber and the local community. Its membership has grown to more than 91,000, and more than 5,000 of these members are in Lincoln County.
The credit union provides full financial services to any business or individual member to include home, auto and commercial lending.

Business of the Year nominations

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 14th, 2016
Five local business have been nominated for the Business of the Year award presented each year by the Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce.
Those businesses include Oregon State Credit Union (branch manager Patti Ferry), Ossies Surf Shop (owner Dan Hasselschwert), Roby's Furniture (owners Andrea and Kyle Langeliers), Simply Design Studios (owner Sharon Biddinger) and The Gluten Free Place (owner

Business Person of the Year nominees

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 14th, 2016
Howard Adams
In 1973, the day after graduating from the University of Idaho, Howard Adams was on his way to accept a job with an international CPA firm in San Francisco when he stopped in Newport. He immediately fell in love with the small fishing town, looked for a job and accepted one with a small CPA firm, never making

Nominees for annual business awards

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 14th, 2016
The Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce is holding its annual awards banquet on Friday, June 24, at the Best Western Agate Beach Inn, and nominations have been announced for the Business Person of the Year and Business of the Year awards.
Nominees for the Business Person of the Year include: Howard Adams (Howard Adams, CPA), Chris Holland (Doug's Electric), Carrie

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