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  • Organize to Optimize Your Small Business

    When: September 4, 2014 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
    Where: Downtown Eugene Public Library, Olive Street & West 10th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401, USA

    Learn how to “Organize to Optimize Your Small Business” at a free talk on Thursday, September 4, 6:00 p.m., at the Downtown Eugene Public Library. Discover new ways to optimize your time, space, and effort … Continue reading »

  • Drought Hurts Beach Businesses

    GRANITE BAY, Ca. — A drought isn’t just drying up California’s Folsom Lake. Some area business owners say it’s also drying up their profits. From boat and equipment rentals to food and drink sales, many businesses are taking a hit. Shop owners say usually business is booming in the summer, but fewer people are stopping … Continue reading »

  • Local Businesses Benefit from BMWCMF

    BROWNSVILLE, Ore. — The population in Brownsville is about 1,700. Thursday it will be about 22,000. The Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival begins Friday, but campers will begin arriving Thursday. The traffic may be a little chaotic, but it’s cash the small town craves and looks forward to each year. Restaurants, hotels, gas stations and … Continue reading »

  • Bruno Mars Bringing A Business Boom

    EUGENE, Ore. — From the Super Bowl stage to Matthew Knight Arena—Bruno Mars is in Eugene Monday night and a big crowd is expected around the university area. The CEO of Growler University, which is across the street from Matt Knight Arena, says for Tom Petty last week, they saw a huge crowd and for … Continue reading »

  • Scandinavian Festival Helps Businesses

    JUNCTION CITY, Ore. — The Scandinavian Festival wrapped up Sunday night and businesses in downtown Junction City are already looking forward to next year. Every year Scandi Fest organizers estimate between 90,000 to 100,000 people will come through Junction City for the big event, but these folks aren’t just coming for Aebleskivers and Fri-jos. Businesses … Continue reading »

  • Goat Dairy Business Kickstarter

    EUGENE, Ore. — A goat dairy company is asking for your help in its effort to expand. Fern’s Edge Goat Dairy makes goat milk and goat cheese. It now has a Kickstarter campaign to help raise funds for an expansion. The owner says business is great with many loyal customers, but they now need more … Continue reading »

  • Celebrating 100 Years In Business

    MARCOLA, Ore. — A local general store hit a big milestone: 100 years in business. The Mohawk General Store in Marcola invited the community to stop by Saturday for the occasion. It opened its doors for the first time in 1914 and is still up and running today. Present at Saturday’s celebration were previous owners … Continue reading »

  • Businesses React to Sick Leave Ordinance

    EUGENE, Ore. — Some businesses in Eugene say they’re ready to make adjustments, now that the city has passed a controversial sick leave ordinance. Monday night’s vote comes after months of talks and comments from a divided community. The ordinance requires employers to provide workers with one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 … Continue reading »

  • 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 »

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