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PORTLAND — Oregon Gov. Kate Brown on Monday banned on-site consumption of food and drink at restaurants and bars, a 180-degree turn from indications she gave earlier in the day that she would not order closures or curfews.

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DALLAS — Mezcal Sports Bar, next door to Ixtapa in Dallas, opened on Aug. 30, 2019, just in time for football season to begin.

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INDEPENDENCE — Work crews have started cleaning up the structure on the corner of Monmouth and Second streets.

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DALLAS — Mint Valley Paper, the company proposing to build a $300 million paper production plant near Godsey and Monmouth Cutoff roads in Dallas, is now in the process of securing financing.

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INDEPENDENCE — it’s been about nine years since the last franchise agreement between the city of Independence and Brandt’s Sanitary Service was agreed upon.

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DALLAS — The recently completed facade improvement at Corby’s Public House, 962 Main St., in Dallas won Oregon Main Street’s 2019 “Best Facade Improvement” award.

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MONMOUTH — The buildings at Ash Creek Station, the development at the S-Curves, are starting to take shape.

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DALLAS — John Hancock and his firm, Ozone LLC, want to keep Opportunity Zones straightforward for investors and property owners in Polk, Marion and Yamhill counties.

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DALLAS — Heidi Kessel, the long-time owner of Heidi’s Barbershop on Main Street in Dallas, didn’t go to work for the money, but for her friends.

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DALLAS — Lyle Thomas likes his eggs “burned and turned,” and at Washington Street Steakhouse & Pub, that’s how he gets them.

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DALLAS – Mid-Valley Ford in Dallas, formerly known as Joe Hayward Ford, will be closing its doors this month.

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MONMOUTH — From his classic Looney Tunes characters to his lesser-known fine art, animation director Chuck Jones’ work is on display in Monmouth.

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POLK COUNTY — Polk County’s Family & Community Outreach department, in partnership with the Nyman Foundation, recently awarded seven mini-grants to local efforts.

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DALLAS — If you are looking to plant something in your garden that will catch the eye of guests and neighbors, you don’t have to search online for unique flora.

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DALLAS – Rick Hilker, the owner of Dallas City Barbershop, has a simple recipe for keeping his doors open.