Willamette Stationers Closing

EUGENE, Ore. — A stationery shop that’s been in Eugene for more than 60 years will soon close its doors. The family-owned store Willamette Stationers first opened in 1951 at the corner of Broadway and Oak and then moved to the corner of Fifth Avenue and Oak Street 15 years later. Vice President of Sales … Continue reading »

Eugene Celebration Helps Businesses

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Celebration rocked the downtown streets the Saturday. The event kicked off with a parade and an estimated 12,000 spectators. Floats turned the corner of High Street and 11th Avenue. Dutch Bros. Assistant Manager Jayson Shaver and his crew got a front row seat working at the Dutch Bros. right on … Continue reading »

Coffee Company Re-Opens in New Location

EUGENE, Ore. — A popular coffee shop that closed due to an expensive lease is re-opening in a new location. The Eugene Coffee Company did business on 18th Avenue and Chambers Road for five years, but closed earlier this year. The owner announced Saturday she will re-open on 240 East 17th Avenue on August 24, … Continue reading »

Tire Parts Store Celebrates 100 Years

EUGENE, Ore. — A local tire and trailer parts store is celebrating its own economic boost. The business has been in existence for 100 years. As part of the celebration, the Six Robblees’ Store brought in 30 of its vendors from across the country. The Robblee family started the business in Tacoma, Washington in 1913 … Continue reading »

Eugene Business Ranked No. 3

EUGENE, Ore. — A number of western Oregon companies are among the top in the state. One of them even placed third in the large company category. A total of 273 companies in Oregon were surveyed and employees were asked about their benefit plans, what they think of management, and simply whether they enjoy working … Continue reading »