Sorte takes on new job in hometown

Sorte takes on new job in hometown

A key role for Sorte will be to work on retention and expansion for city and county businesses.“There is an opportunity to be a problem-solver here,” he said. “Pulling together the resources of the city and the community and making the community thrive.”Read more...
Mid-Valley Dining Scene Builds Momentum

Mid-Valley Dining Scene Builds Momentum

The mid-Willamette Valley’s restaurant scene continued to build momentum in 2018, thanks in part to a strong economy, and that meant even more dining options in Albany, Corvallis and other communities. Read more...
Gizmos, gadgets and great ideas at innovation expo

Gizmos, gadgets and great ideas at innovation expo

With the Willamette Innovators Network annual expo you’re never quite sure what you are going to get. So you walk into the CH2M Alumni Center … keep your eyes open … and find …Read more...
This 65-Year-Old Woman Popularized Farm Stays In America

This 65-Year-Old Woman Popularized Farm Stays In America

Most 50-year-olds in America are focused on contributing to their 401(k)s and setting themselves up for a happy retirement. And then there’s Scottie Jones. She decided to become a farmer. Before buying a sixty acre farm in Alsea, Oregon, Jones and her husband...