Oregon Business Information For the Week Ending April 19 2013

For the week ending April 19, 2013

OREGON COAST

Faded Rose Boutique opened in Charleston. It offers eclectic gifts and home décor. The World, 4/13/2013
• Carl’s Coffee opened in Newport. It employs three people. News-Times, 4/10/2013
• Room 2 Grow opened in Coos Bay. It offers new and used kid’s clothing and toys. The World, 4/6/2013
• The Port of Garibaldi received a $3.08 million grant to help rebuild its Commercial Street wharf. The project could create 32 jobs and retain an additional 250 jobs. Headlight-Herald, 4/3/2013

SOUTHERN OREGON

• Rough & Ready Lumber will close its 90-year-old lumber mill in Cave Junction. The shutdown will cost the community 85 jobs. Statesman Journal, 4/17/2013
• J. Austin and Co., a coin, jewelry, and diamond buyer, opened in Grants Pass. Grants Pass Daily Courier, 4/16/2013
• Howiee’s on Front, a bar and grill, opened a second Medford location. The two restaurants employ 28 people. Mail Tribune, 4/16/2013
• Portland-based Pacific Tire Distributors opened a Medford wholesale location and plans to hire 12 people. Mail Tribune, 4/13/2013

CENTRAL OREGON / COLUMBIA GORGE

• A Kidz Dental Zone clinic opened in The Dalles. Columbia River Gorge Business Review, 4/8/2013
• Wiggy’s Oregon will open in Bend. It will offer domestically produced outdoor recreation gear. The Bulletin, 4/4/2013
• Skrubz Medical & Supply LLC, a store that offers medical scrubs and footwear, opened in Redmond. The Bulletin, 4/2/2013
• Revive Skin Services will open in Bend. It will offer facials and microdermabrasion skin treatments. The Bulletin, 3/28/2013

EASTERN OREGON

• Columbia River CPA Services in Hermiston moved to a new location. It employs three people and plans to add more. Northeast Oregon Now, 4/3/2013
• Bangkok East, an eatery offering Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, will open in La Grande. The Observer, 3/20/2013

PORTLAND AND SURROUNDING AREAS

• The Safari Club restaurant in Estacada closed. The Oregonian, 4/14/2013
• Malibu Raceway and Beaverton Batting Cages, co-located in Beaverton, will close at the end of the month. CarMax, a used-car retailer, will open at the site. The Oregonian, 4/10/2013
• Bacchi’s Italian Delicatessen opened in northeast Portland. The Oregonian, 4/10/2013
• The Meating Place, a butcher shop, opened in Hillsboro. The Oregonian, 4/7/2013
• Crispy Sandwich, a Vietnamese restaurant offering sandwiches, salad rolls, sticky rice, bubble tea, and coffee, opened in southeast Portland. The Bee, 4/5/2013
• Noah’s Arf, a pet daycare and kennel, opened in Beaverton. The Oregonian, 4/4/2013
• Best in Class opened in Lake Oswego. It offers educational programs in English and math for preschool to high school age children. The Oregonian, 3/31/2013
• Little Big Burger opened in Portland’s West End. The Oregonian, 3/24/2013

WILLAMETTE VALLEY

• Salem Clinic will open a new clinic in south Salem in October. It will have space to accommodate up to 70 employees including 15 physicians, as well as lab, X-ray, and urgent care services. Statesman Journal, 4/16/2013
• Cover Oregon, the state’s new health insurance exchange will open a customer service office in southeast Salem in May, creating about 50 permanent jobs and 100 seasonal positions. Statesman Journal, 4/12/2013
• Shoestrings, a footwear and apparel store in Cottage Grove, will close. Cottage Grove Sentinel, 4/2/2013
• WAG Pet Care, a pet sitting business, opened in Corvallis. Corvallis Gazette-Times, 4/1/2013
• Outback Steakhouse in Salem will relocate to Keizer Station. The new restaurant will open in July. It will employ about 90 current employees and some new hires. Statesman Journal, 3/29/2013

MULTI-REGION

• Easybar, a Tualatin-based maker of devices that regulate the amount of liquor or beer poured in bar drinks, will open a facility in Bend and move most of its 40 employees to the new site by the end of the year. The Bulletin, 3/30/2013

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