Here are a few of the highlights from this week's business announcements around Oregon!
- Planet Fitness will open in Vancouver's Hazel Dell area. It will employ 14 people. The Columbian, 4/1/2014
- Oregon Crepe Company will open a café at Reed Opera House in downtown Salem. Statesman Journal, 4/15/2014
- Cycle Logical, a bicycle shop, opened in Springfield. Springfield Times, 4/10/2014
- Medford-based Touchstone, Southern Oregon's Pain Relief and Wellness Center, opened a location in Grants Pass. Grants Pass Daily Courier, 4/25/2014
- Sharon's Sweet Treats will open in Hermiston. It will offer pickles, relishes, chutneys, jams, jellies, and custom-made gift baskets. The Hermiston Herald, 4/8/2014
- O'Reilly Auto Parts Store will open in Brookings in July. Curry Coastal Pilot, 4/16/2014
- MOD Pizza, Menchie's Frozen Yogurt, and Elements Massage will open at Parkway Village at Sherwood. The Oregonian, 4/28/2014
- Hope Art Academy, an arts-focused charter school, will open in Klamath Falls for the 2014-2015 school year. Herald and News, 4/1/2014
- Skywest Airlines will discontinue flights to Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport in June, leaving Klamath Falls without commercial air service. Herald and News, 4/5/2014
- The City of Milwaukie will eliminate 4.4 full-time equivalent positions. Portland Tribune, 4/11/2014
- Providence Seaside Hospital will close its Extended Care Unit in June, laying off 20 caregivers. Seaside Signal, 4/21/2014
For more business news, check out this week's full report.