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Sweet Home poet to read at Grass Roots

SWEET HOME — It was mind-numbing technical writing that put food on Catherine McGuire’s table for decades, but the former Portland resident who moved to the country 10 years ago feeds her creative spirit with poems and short stories about everything...

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Nonprofit accuses ex-employee of theft

COTTAGE GROVE — A nonprofit agency in the Cottage Grove area is suing a former employee, alleging he stole more than $20,000 from the organization and deleted the agency’s electronic financial records to cover his tracks.

Aprovecho, a...

#10. Home Improvement: "The Long and Winding Road"

Viewership: 35.5 millionFinale description: Tim and Jill decide about their future; Al weds; clips of the show's eight seasons.Date of finale: 05/25/99Show description: Tim Taylor hosts a home-improvement program on a Detroit TV station.Smart Rating:...

Clatsop County Property Transactions

Sale Date Sale Price Year Built Acres Address Buyer Seller

11/01/16 320,000 N/A 1.46 Not provided Necanicum Properties LLC Larson Construction Company Inc

11/01/16 120,000 1945 0.11 731 Avenue Q, Seaside Nathan Adamson Whites Property...

‘Beach Hunters’ comes to Gearhart

GEARHART — “Beach Hunters” showcases a Portland couple’s hunt in and around Gearhart for the perfect beach home.

Rinda Shea, a broker with Windermere Stellar in Gearhart, said HGTV reached out to her colleague Lynn Brigham, a principal broker...

Builders face new fall rules

Oregon construction contractors must ensure workers are protected from falls if work is done six or more feet above a surface, under a new state regulation that took effect Jan. 1.

The previous regulation from the Oregon Occupational Safety and...

Decision may delay ex-convict housing

A state board recently ruled on an appeal from a neighborhood group that opposes a 54-apartment complex for ex-convicts that is under construction in the Churchill area of Eugene, signaling a possible delay in the project.

The Land Use Board of...

In the year 2017

The year ahead offers plenty of suspense.

How high will University of Oregon officials push tuition to pay for rising faculty and staff compensation?

Will the city of Eugene finalize a spot for the new City Hall? How much will the digs...

Change in ownership for Town & Country

Pete Sekermestrovich has sold Town & Country Realty, a Corvallis-based business that just celebrated its 65th anniversary, to two of his brokers, Catherine Fisher and Lisa Marie Warren.

Financial details of the sale, which was finalized on...

Change in ownership for Town & Country

Pete Sekermestrovich has sold Town & Country Realty, a Corvallis-based business that just celebrated its 65th anniversary, to two of his brokers, Catherine Fisher and Lisa Marie Warren.

Financial details of the sale, which was finalized on...

Gearhart’s year in review

Changes in city government and new short-term rental rules were at the fore in Gearhart in 2017. The rules now limit rental of Gearhart homes for less than 30 days, and restricts their transfer to inheritance only. The closing of the city’s only...

Hermiston History: 25 years ago you could have bought a 4-bedroom house with in-ground pool for $85,000

December 1991

• Boardman City Council members chose to ignore City Manager Gene Allen’s letter of resignation when hearing it. Instead giving him a unanimous vote of confidence and directing him to continue as overseer of city operations. Allen...

City Hall budget boost likely

Eugene city officials are poised next year to give the proposed City Hall project a cash boost of $8.7 million.

The contribution, if ultimately approved by the City Council, would increase the authorized budget for the project by 46 percent, to...

‘Beach Hunters’ comes to Gearhart

GEARHART — “Beach Hunters” showcases a Portland couple’s hunt in and around Gearhart for the perfect beach home.

Rinda Shea, a broker with Windermere Stellar in Gearhart, said HGTV reached out to her colleague Lynn Brigham, a principal broker...

Business in Brief (Dec. 26)

CoffeeWorks wins awards

Corvallis CoffeeWorks won three medals at the second annual North American Compak Golden Bean Competition, which was held in October.

Owner and roaster Rio Prince won a silver for his milk-based coffee and two...

Business in Brief (Dec. 26)

CoffeeWorks wins awards

Corvallis CoffeeWorks won three medals at the second annual North American Compak Golden Bean Competition, which was held in October.

Owner and roaster Rio Prince won a silver for his milk-based coffee and two...

Developer sues over bridge project

A Portland real estate developer who paid for a major expansion of a city bridge over Delta Highway in Eugene in 2014 is suing the city of Eugene for more than $900,000, claiming the city reneged on its promise to waive some city fees for the...

EWEB restores power to most homes

The Eugene Water & Electric Board has restored power to much of its customer base following last week’s devastating ice storm, but about 250 homes remained in the dark Thursday afternoon, the utility said.

EWEB is urging customers still without...

Monthly home sales decline

Lane County home sales chugged along in the slow lane in November.

But for the first 11 months of 2016, many measures of the housing market were strong, according to the Portland-based Regional Multiple Listing Service.

Lane County’s 376...

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