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  • Country Fair Impacts Local Businesses

    VENETA, Ore. — Businesses in Veneta are gearing up for one of their busiest weekends of the year with thousands of people coming to town for the Oregon Country Fair. Managers at the Ray’s Food Place at the corner of Highway 126 and Territorial Highway have been planning for this weekend for months. Located just … Continue reading »

  • Rough & Ready Back in Business

    CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. – The Rough & Ready Lumber Company is getting back up and running after more than a year of being out of business. Old and new employees are trickling in throughout the month, putting to use a swath of brand new machinery. “Change is always hard,” said Larry Mason, a Maintenance Supervisor … Continue reading »

  • Business Incubator Opens in Eugene

    EUGENE, Ore. — The largest business incubator in Oregon opened its doors Tuesday morning in downtown Eugene. On Monday workers put the finishing touches on Eugene Mindworks, a 9,200-square-foot space at Fifth Avenue and Pearl Street that has room for about 45 businesses. By purchasing a membership, fledgling business owners have access to private offices, … Continue reading »

  • Guerrilla Funding for Small Business

    When: June 12, 2014 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
    Where: Downtown Eugene Public Library

    Learn about “Guerrilla Funding for Small Business” at a free workshop on Thursday, June 12, 6:00 p.m. at the Downtown Eugene Public Library. Frank Plaisted will provide an expert overview of the many sources of … Continue reading »

  • Veterans Thank Business for Donation

    EUGENE, Ore. — A group of WWII veterans thanked a Eugene business for a very generous donation. CBT Nuggets, a tech company off of Country Club Road, gave $25,000 to the Honor Flight program. It’s a program that takes local veterans for a weekend trip to see the National WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C. “The … Continue reading »

  • Businesses React to Seattle Minimum Wage

    EUGENE, Ore. — Seattle’s minimum wage is on the rise. Soon, it will be the highest in the country at $15 an hour. Small businesses in Eugene are split when it comes to the minimum wage debate. Some say they would be willing to pay their employees more of a livable wage, but others say … Continue reading »

  • Senator Wyden Visits Growler Business

    EUGENE, Ore. — Two proposed rules that would have affected the beer and wine industry in Oregon have been knocked down. On Thursday, Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) visited the Tap and Growler in Eugene to talk about his role in defeating two federal agencies from making these changes. One was a rule that would basically … Continue reading »

  • Businesses React to Willamette St. Plan

    EUGENE, Ore. — Local business owners on South Willamette street are reacting to the Eugene City Council’s decision Tuesday night to re-stripe the busy street. Mayor Kitty Piercy broke Tuesday night’s tie — a vote that will change the face of South Willamette Street. Local business owners have mixed reviews. Some say it will make … Continue reading »

  • Business Commute Challenge Hosts Party

    EUGENE, Ore. — After a week-long competition encouraging local businesses and employees to ditch the car, Business Commute Challenge participants are celebrating. It hosted a wrap-up party on Thursday afternoon. Last year more than 2,000 employees and 170 businesses competed, about the same this year. Organizers say they’re already thinking of ways to make it … Continue reading »

  • Same-Sex Weddings Help Local Businesses

    EUGENE, Ore. — A new study shows nearly six thousand same-sex couples will get married in Oregon over the next three years, providing a big boost to the economy. The calls are starting to come into local businesses in the wedding industry, and they’re ready. Catherine Reinhart, the co-owner of Sweet Life in Eugene, says … Continue reading »

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