Thursday, May 13, 2010

New Oregon stores include a boutique and a gallery!

Several stores opened around the state this week, including:

Unique Creations Gifts & Gallery opened in Coos Bay. It offers pottery, kitchenware, all-natural soaps, candles, and Oregon-made products. The World, 5-1-10

Rode Hard Leather opened in Myrtle Creek. It offers leather goods for motorcyclists and saddles, tack, and western clothes for horse riders. The News-Review, 5-2-10

Olivia Hunter, a clothing boutique, opened in Bend. Cascade Business News, 4-21-10

Gina’s Athena Gifts opened in Athena. East Oregonian, 5-9-10

French Prairie Perennials opened in Dundee. Newberg Graphic, 5-5-10

Unfortunately, there were also some closure announcements:

Floeter’s Attic and Patina, two antique stores in St. Helens, have closed. The Chronicle, 4-28-10

El Cocinero Mexican Restaurant in John Day will close. Blue Mountain Eagle, 4-14-10

Mory’s – a store in Brookings offering office supplies, gifts, local arts and crafts, office furniture, and printing and picture frame services – will close next month. Curry Coastal Pilot, 5-4-10

You can check out the full list in this week's issue of Around the State.
Older issues also available.

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