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When the market manager position for the Umpqua Valley Farmers’ Market came open, Amanda Pastoria was quickly told about it. And at the same time, she was encouraged to apply for it.

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Normally, this column is all about business developments in Douglas County, but on a rare occasion it’ll venture across the county line and discuss a business success elsewhere.

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Gary Provencal couldn’t have been happier for his crew when he was notified Kokua Towing had earned the American Towman ACE Award for 2016.

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Rather than continuing as the only certified public accountants in their respective offices, Mike Watters and Liz Fryer are merging into one office.

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Ten years of thinking about a change and then preparing for it has finally resulted in a change of location for Big Lots.

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Not too many years ago, Kristin Upright was a client of Mandee Anderson. Now just a few months ago, they became partners and co-owners of Glitter Bitten Beauty.

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He was born and raised in Roseburg and was only a 13-year-old when he took the job at the hamburger joint on Harvard Avenue in Roseburg. He worked for owner Sonny Kalinas for several years while attending Fir Grove Elementary School, Fremont Junior High and Roseburg High School. He was a mem…

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After years of providing instruction in the classroom on how to grow winegrapes, Chris Lake is now getting his hands dirty and putting that knowledge to use.

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When Fitness First would close its facility at 10 p.m. daily, owner Alan Corder knew of people who would later be getting off nightshifts or would be preparing for one. He knew they had no options in Roseburg to work out in the middle of the night.