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Pizzeria forced to find a new name

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
For nearly a decade, Ken Morris had been operating the Humble Pie Pizzaria in Lincoln City. But then about a year ago, he received a letter from an Arizona attorney telling him he could no longer use that name for his business.
The notice was sent by a legal firm representing the Humble Pie pizza company in Arizona.

Financial Freedom: Outlook for 2017

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
Every day, clients ask me what they should expect in 2017. Should I be nervous, excited, scared, worried or hopeful? I respond with yes, all those things.
The potential changes from a new administration could make planning for 2017 confusing. Therefore, investors still need to be watchful. Rising interest rates, a new political landscape and potential foreign surprises

Main Street project grants now available

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
The State Historic Preservation Office is offering grants for up to $100,000 in matching funds for downtown revitalization efforts in communities participating in the Oregon Main Street Network. The Oregon Main Street Revitalization Grant funds may be used to acquire, rehabilitate and construct buildings on properties in designated downtown areas statewide.
Funded projects must facilitate community revitalization that will

Training for nonprofit boards

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
The 13th annual Statewide Nonprofit Board Training, hosted by the Center for Nonprofit Stewardship, will be held on Jan. 21 at Oregon State University's LaSells Stewart Center in Corvallis.
This year's conference is titled "Essential Tools-NW Nonprofit Leaders Winter Program." Board members of nonprofit organizations, and their staff and advisors, are invited to participate in the daylong Saturday event.

The evolution of a business

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
When Nathan and Cicely Bernard opened the Yachats Farmstore several years ago, they had a pretty good idea about the direction they wanted to take their business. But as they continued developing their new enterprise, located at 348 Highway 101 in Yachats, they were also tuned in to what people in the area wanted, and as a result, a few

Roby's to host event on Jan. 17

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
Roby's Furniture & Appliance, located at 6255 SW Highway 101 in Lincoln City, will host the Lincoln City Chamber of Commerce monthly Business After Hours event on Tuesday, Jan. 17, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
The Business After Hours provides networking opportunities for those who wish to attend functions after business hours.

New safety rules in effect for construction contractors

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
In 2017, employers who do construction work in Oregon are facing two major changes to rules they must follow to protect their workers from falling and injuring themselves.
The changes are as follows:
• Starting Jan. 1, the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division's (Oregon OSHA) 10-foot trigger height, the minimum height at which workers must be protected

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