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Wailani means “heavenly water” in the Hawaiian dialect — an apt name, Lan Ha thought, for the flavorful and cooling shave ice products she serves from her specially designed food truck. Ha got permission to sell her shave ice during weekends at Stewart Park, and business immediately took off…

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Back in 1921, several Douglas County farmers formed a cooperative to secure needed farming supplies and to save money in the process. They named the co-op the Douglas County Farm Bureau Cooperative Exchange.

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The top two executives at NeighborWorks Umpqua have abruptly parted ways with the agency and a national search firm has been enlisted to find their replacements.

View detailed reports of major stock indexes and look up specific symbols.

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We hope you all are staying safe and healthy during this unprecedented time. Glendale has been pulling through this very well. Residents are following guidelines but are very anxious to get life back to normal, as is everyone!

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I want to thank everyone who is staying home and self-isolating for the last month. I know it hasn’t been easy, especially with the weather turning so beautiful the last couple of weeks. I have seen more people out and about over the last week than I have in a while when I have walked my pug…

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The was going to be a summer for the ages in Roseburg, especially downtown. All the stars were aligned for months of good food, great entertainment and just all-around fun.

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The annual Southern Oregon Travel Symposium is coming to Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville on Sunday and Monday, and that’s a big deal for tourism in the region for a variety of reasons.

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If you wanted to get a handle on construction activity in the region you could pour over documents showing new building permits issued, new construction loans delivered, major zoning changes, and the like.

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Area nonprofits that need funding to help lift a project could get some help from AARP thanks to a grant program the organization is offering.

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Do you dream of running your own business, but don’t know how to get started? Then Umpqua GrowthTalks may be for you. The informal, free talks are produced by the Umpqua Economic Development Partnership and designed for people who want to start a business, already own one or want to support …

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With the decade ending and 2020 on the horizon, this is a good time to dust off the crystal ball and make some predictions for what the economic landscape will look like next year. Here are my predictions for the top business stories for Douglas County in 2020. Numbers 1-10 appear below; num…

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A few weeks ago I sat in on an early morning webinar titled “A New Vision and Future for Chambers of Commerce” by Roger Brooks. It was very informative and was hosted by Henry Stevens with the Bring Em In Committee.