June is just bustin’ out all over Oakland with some exciting business updates. The Lamplighter Inn, a longtime tavern and eatery has just changed owners. We would like to welcome Ray and Robin Shoufler who have changed a few things, including the menu.
Oak + Main Corner Coffee Bar announced on June 3 it was closing. The announcement was made via a Facebook post and signs taped to the doors.
Flower baskets are hung and flower beds are overflowing with beautiful blooms; it must be almost summer in Riddle. There is so much going on this summer, you’re going to want to take notes and mark your calendars.
Local lumber mills have been suffering from delayed deliveries since a railroad tunnel collapsed near Oakridge on May 29.
“My passion for business began in a class at South Umpqua High School while reading US News and World report,” said Tim Allen, new owner of South Umpqua Rental.
Since Iraq veteran Rusty Lininger started Source One Serenity in 2016, the nonprofit has been helping veterans with post traumatic stress disorder and disabilities through fly fishing.
I’d like to personally invite you to join us this summer in Myrtle Creek. Besides beauty, our community is stacked full of great events and activities this summer. So much, in fact, our Myrtle Creek Summer Festival Committee has chosen the theme “A small town, with a lot going on!” #Truth.
Douglas County’s seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate stayed a constant 5.4 percent in March and April, just slightly higher than the April 2017 rate of 5.2 percent. Meanwhile, the Oregon unemployment rate was 4.1 percent and the national rate was 3.9 percent in April.