Business notes for March 1
Dollar Zone owner David Dykes passes savings on to customers
It’s not all about the money at Dollar Zone 1, 2, 3, where nothing costs more than $3.
When owners Jaysen and Sylvia Ridout opened their doors to the Keeaumoku Hawaiian Grill, located at 268 S. Main St., Independence, on Dec. 3, they expected a chance to settle in.
New owners of Courtyard Coffeehouse keep old favorites
Doug and Renee Pierce, of Dallas, got married in June and wanted to find a way to spend more time together.
Would Falls City residents support paying to keep the Wagner Community Library open?
From vintage dresses for that special occasion to feather pillows, dishware, furniture or crafted soaps, Same as it Never Was on Main Street in Independence has something for everyone — and at reasonable prices.
Motor Vu Drive-In faces an uncertain future
Jeff Mexico has made running movie theaters an unlikely career. Mexico, who owns the Motor Vu Drive-In and Fox Theater in Dallas, opened his first theater in Stayton in 2002.
The Dallas Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center’s new chief executive officer is a hometown boy.
The city of Dallas is joining the conversation about how to accommodate the throngs of people expected to sweep into the area for the Aug. 21, 2017, solar eclipse.
After hearing objections from local businesses, the Dallas City Council decided to pause progress on its business registration proposal to refine it.
MaMere’s celebrates 125 years, new ownership, partnerships
Emily McNulty has fond memories of working at a bed and breakfast on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska, where she grew up.
Harvest indicators point to return to traditional pinots for 2016
Following two hot growing seasons, local winemakers are seeing more of what made Oregon pinot noirs famous coming out for the vineyards.
Layer by layer, Bodie Bemrose is stripping off the new and restoring the old at the Taylor’s building at the corner of Monmouth and Main streets.
The remodel and reopening of the Blue Garden on Main Street in downtown Dallas is on hold — for the moment.
Company in talks with city of Jefferson for services
Monmouth-Independence Networks may start providing services to the city of Jefferson, said Don Patten, general manager of Minet.