A major sporting goods retailer has its eye on Crescent City.
Big 5 Sporting Goods, which is based in El Segundo, has submitted plans to the Crescent City Planning Commission for architectural review. The retailer plans to build a 10,000-square-foot store on a vacant lot at 1055 North Highway 101 near Totem Villa apartments.
Department store Kohl’s to open Wednesday in Eureka
Property management company opens locally
Two local stores on 3rd Street to be closing this week
Two eateries open up after others depart
When one business closes another generally takes it place — that’s the cyclical nature of business.
Julie Glossop, the owner of S Curve Deli and Grill, puts some bread in the oven at her new restaurant on Front Street. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
In the last two weeks, two new restaurants have taken the place of Crescent City eateries that recently closed their doors.
The S Curve Deli and Grill opened on Front Street where Ambrosia Grill used to be and the Beach House Fry and Grill now occupies the space where the Coffee Corner was on U.S. Hwy. 101.
Both have expansive menus and tout the use of fresh, homemade ingredients. One has dreams of expanding into a sports bar and grill.
Also, Good Harvest opened last Wednesday in its new building on U.S. Hwy. 101 South across from the harbor. It plans on being open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and now offers dinner and an upstairs bar.
Here’s a look at the two newcomers to the local restaurant scene.
Jim Bonham, owner of Beach House Fry and Grill, fills an order at his new restaurant on U.S. Hwy. 101 and 5th Street. The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
A new hair salon is opening on Washington Boulevard.
Owner Dawn Harper said Your Salon, located next to the Four Paws Pet Hospital, will offer hair, nail, pedicure and manicure waxing and massage services.
There will be a ribbon cutting July 24 at Your Salon, 118 W. Washington Blvd., at 5 p.m.
For more information call 465-0100.
McMurray and Sons was here since 1985
After almost 24 years in Crescent City, McMurray and Sons Roofing closed its local office last week and laid off seven workers.
“We’re just not having the amount of revenue needed to keep it viable,” Cathy Minkema, the controller for McMurray and Sons, said Monday while a crew from Eureka cleaned up the office and warehouse on Northcrest Drive.
The Crescent City office did roofing, insulation, gutter and garage work in the local area and Brookings.
McMurray and Sons will keep its “workmanship warranties” for Crescent City customers and will continue doing repairs and new work out of its Eureka office at 1818 W. Allard Ave.
Minkema said the company had been “studying” the Crescent City office for a year or so, trying to figure out a way to expand the local market and generate more business.
Portlander to focus
on area development
After several months of interviews, the Tri-Agency Economic Development Authority has found its new director in Bill Renfroe.
Coming from Portland, Ore., Renfroe’s first week on the job has been a
whirlwind of meeting the movers and shakers of Del Norte County and
learning a lot of background.
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