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From following recipes to cleaning utensils, bakers follow a strict set of rules or standards. But unlike other bakeries, Kim’s Cupcakery in Roseburg is going to adhere to an even stricter set of rules — Kim’s rules.

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Thousands of drinks flew out of the windows at the grand opening of the first Dutch Bros in Green on Tuesday. By 2 p.m., more than 2,400 free drinks had been served through the walk up and drive thru windows — although few people made it all the way to the window.

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Performance Motorsports on Diamond Lake Boulevard was scheduled to open in the spring, but persistent future customers pushed owner George Bogan to open the doors with the shelves still empty and a staff of three, including himself.

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Twelve years ago, Felipe Escobedo closed up his food truck, Tacos Jaliscos, when his right-hand helper and wife quit the business to stay home with their three children including a newborn baby girl. Today, he is opening Felipe’s Chicken.

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Since they found out O’Toole’s building was sold, owners Jennifer and Casey O’Toole haven’t had any luck looking for a new building.

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With “Store Closing” and “Going Out of Business” signs on the front windows and door, Ken’s Dry Cleaning announced it is closing after 62 years in business.

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In April, it was announced China would be placing tariffs on several U.S. agricultural products in response to the U.S. tariffs on Chinese machinery and other goods. While Douglas County is home to many producers of agricultural goods, it’s unlikely the tariffs will affect the majority of lo…