Oregon Business Activity For The Week Ending June 14, 2013


For the week ending June 14, 2013

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• Tom Goodwin Gallery and Studio opened in Cloverdale. Headlight-Herald, 6/7/2013

• The Pacific Coast Seafoods plant in Warrenton was destroyed by a fire. The company hopes to sign a lease for a new temporary facility, creating a place to work for its 142 employees by June 15. The Daily Astorian, 6/7/2013

• Mini Pet Mart and Coral Reef, two pet stores, opened in Lincoln City. The News Guard, 6/5/2013

• Providence Seaside Hospital opened its Occupational Medicine Clinic. It offers physical exams, immunizations, hearing and respiratory testing, and services for those who’ve experienced workplace injuries. Coast River Business Journal, 5/3/2013


• The remodeled north Medford Walmart will reopen soon. It will employ about 350 workers, of which about 150 will transfer back from the south Medford store. KTVL, 6/11/2013

• Ed & Mo’s Diner opened in Myrtle Creek. It employs seven people. The News-Review, 6/10/2013

• Grants Pass Donuts opened a second local shop. Grants Pass Daily Courier, 6/9/2013

• Saigon Xich Lo, a mobile food cart in Grants Pass, will move to a brick-and-mortar restaurant. Grants Pass Daily Courier, 6/9/2013


• Yum Yogurt opened in Hood River. Columbia River Gorge Business Review, 6/11/2013

• Vacasa Rentals, a Portland-based vacation rental management company, has about 30 openings for housekeeping positions in Central Oregon. The Bulletin, 6/6/2013

• Cascade Alchemy, a craft distillery, opened in Bend. Cascade Business News, 6/5/2013

• The newly consolidated South Central Oregon Interagency Fire Dispatch Center will open in Lakeview by next spring. Lake County Examiner, 5/30/2013


• Boise Inc. will close its wood chipping facility at the Port of Umatilla by July. It employs 11 people. East Oregonian, 5/30/2013

• No. 1911, a clothing and home accessories store, will open in Baker City. Baker City Herald, 5/29/2013

• Psychological Services of Pendleton will open an office in Hermiston. East Oregonian, 5/24/2013


• Bratzdogz Pet Spa opened in Oregon City. It offers grooming services for dogs and cats. The Oregonian, 6/9/2013

• Goody’s, a Bend-based ice cream and specialty chocolate company, opened a retail store at Orenco Station in Hillsboro. The Oregonian, 6/5/2013

• Tommy O’s restaurant in east Vancouver will close. It employs 25 people. The Columbian, 6/4/2013

• Pasta Allegro opened in northeast Portland. It offers eight fresh pasta options and six from-scratch sauces. Neighborhood Notes, 6/4/2013

• The Lost & Found bar opened in north Portland. Neighborhood Notes, 6/4/2013

• Tin Bucket, a bottle shop and taproom, opened in north Portland. The Oregonian, 6/2/2013

• C’est La Vie Coffee, a coffee shop/wine bar, opened in Molalla. The Oregonian, 6/2/2013

• Quin, a closet-sized candy shop, will open in downtown Portland in July. The Oregonian, 5/29/2013

• Fat Head’s Brewery will open a 10-barrel brewpub in Portland’s Pearl District. Portland Business Journal, 5/24/2013

• Curiosities, an antiques store that rents space to 45 dealers, opened in Beaverton. It hopes to add 15 more dealers in the coming months. The Oregonian, 5/21/2013


• Clemenza’s Restaurant in Albany closed. Albany Democrat-Herald, 6/12/2013

• Eugene-based Silke Communications acquired Slater Communications of Salem. It specializes in rural wireless communications and plans to add three technical service positions. The Register-Guard, 6/8/2013

• JAJ Enterprises, the Eugene-based parent of several vehicle glass companies, will move most of its business to the former Monaco RV site in Coburg. It hired 10 workers this year and plans to add two more. The Register-Guard, 6/4/2013

• Boost Brand Solutions, a marketing and creative services agency, opened in Corvallis. Corvallis Gazette-Times, 6/3/2013

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