Lighthouse Printing is a family owned and operated commercial printer in the “Land of 10,000 Lakes” — Minnesota. Printing has been in our family for years and now generations. Lighthouse Printing was founded by “Mom” and “Pop” in 2000 (who actually met in a printing company). Everyone in the family has been involved at some time in the operations of Lighthouse Printing, from designing, pre-press, press operator, bindery and now owning. “Mom” started in the printing industry back in 1972 and “Pop” has been a printer since 1975, running printing presses from a single color to a 6-color Heidelberg. Both have passed on the “love of printing” to their son who now owns and runs Lighthouse Printing, along with his wife.
Our goal is to give you the best possible printing at the best possible price.
We print business forms, invoices, receipts, work orders, healthcare forms, time sheets, envelopes, notepads, flyers and brochures, almost everything your business needs to run smoothly!
We also print full color carbonless forms, flyers, brochures on our brand new Presstek DI Kodak printing press.
We provide online ordering and reordering for all your carbonless forms and carbon copies (sometimes called NCR for “no carbon required”), including printing custom forms from your files, or choose one of our many templates for sales receipts, invoices, order forms, purchase orders and more.
We also provide an online design area to create your own business envelopes, #10 size regular, left window, security and security windows.
Heceta Head Lighthouse
Heceta Head is named after the Spanish explorer Bruno de Heceta, who explored the Pacific Northwest during the late 18th century. In 1892, a crew of 56 constructed the light. Because of the site’s seclusion, building materials were either shipped in if the weather and tide permitted, or brought from Florence by wagon, the latter usually taking four or five hours. Stones were brought from the Clackamas River and bricks came from San Francisco. The light was automated in 1963.
The keepers quarters are purported to be haunted by the ghost of an elderly woman, nicknamed Rue. Several incidents have been reported, including a visible apparition, moved objects, and occasional housekeeping. Most reported sightings of Rue occur in the attic, with many from the outside looking up into the attic.