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Demand is apparent for new jobs in some industries like leisure and hospitality, health care, and professional and business services in Oregon's immediate future. But for the manufacturing sec…

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WALLOWA — Long-time Councilman Joe Town submitted his letter of resignation to the Wallowa City Council at its meeting Tuesday, Nov. 16, citing health reasons.

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ENTERPRISE — The construction business is making progress in Wallowa County, despite difficulties in various aspects of it, contractors say.

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ENTERPRISE — Every day, cattle rancher Todd Nash has filled a 1,000-gallon tank with water from his home and hauled it to one of his herds grazing on land he rents nearby.

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WASHINGTON — Wages jumped in the three months ending in September by the most on records dating back 20 years, a stark illustration of the growing ability of workers to demand higher pay from …

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BAKER CITY — Dana Ring is the new general manager of the Baker Food Co-op, a natural foods grocery and mercantile at 2008 Broadway St.

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ENTERPRISE — When Umpqua Bank in Enterprise merges with Columbia Bank next year, it won’t be just a corporate merger; an Enterprise native will be at the helm.

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SALEM — Oregon’s jobless rate continued falling last month, dipping to 4.7%, according to new state data out Tuesday, Oct. 19.

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Throughout Oregon's economy, more than 15% of sales and 20% of jobs are tied in some way to agriculture, food and fiber, according to a new analysis conducted by Oregon State University in par…

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WALLOWA — Want to call someone in Wallowa to get a baby delivered? Try dialing the old Home Independent Telephone Co. building downtown.

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SALEM — Oregon has extended the deadline for the public to comment on a plan to reduce the state’s greenhouse gas emissions to slow the impacts of climate change.

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WALLOWA —A local couple has taken over the former Main Street Grill and revamped and reopened the place dubbing it The Brick Restaurant.