Thursday, December 22, 2011

Around the State

A few random clippings from across Oregon this week:

Oregon Coast
  • SeaPort Airlines will launch service between North Bend and Portland starting next month. Three round-trip flights are planned Monday through Friday, and on on Sunday. The World, 12/6/2011
Southern Oregon
  • Orenco Systems, a manufacturer of wastewater systems, has been expanding at the former Bayliner facility near Wilber over the past year, adding about 20 workers. The News-Review, 12/18/2011
Central Oregon / Columbia Gorge
  • Hanari Sports & More, a soccer supply store, opened in The Dalles. The Dalles Chronicle, 12/14/2011
Eastern Oregon
  • Due to a reduction in state funding and in overall revenues, the Wallowa County Public Health Department is cutting its staff's word hours and pay by 15 percent. Wallowa County Chieftain, 12/8/2011
Portland and Surrounding Areas
  • Ace Hardware, Sweet Siren Boutique, Gentle Dental, T-Mobile, and Ava Roasteria opened at Progress Ridge TownSquare in Beaverton. Beaverton Valley Times, 12/22/2011
Willamette Valley
  • The Rose and Thistle restaurant in Eugene will close after 31 years in business. The Register-Guard, 12/11/2011
See a complete listing of this weeks openings, closings, expansions, and contractions here.

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