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PORTLAND — Jobless claims are soaring in Oregon as the state nears the end of its first week under Gov. Kate Brown’s stay-at-home order due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Oregon Department o…

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SALEM — EO Media Group, the parent company of the East Oregonian and 12 other newspapers across Oregon, announced on Wednesday that it is reducing its workforce by 47 employees, according to a…

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NEW YORK (AP) — Shares opened sharply higher in Asia on Wednesday after the Dow Jones Industrial Average surged to its best day since 1933 with Congress and the White House nearing a deal on i…

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Malaysia's medical glove factories, which make most of the world's critical hand protection, are operating at half capacity just when they're most needed, The Associated Press has learned.

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Oregon grocery clerks at Safeway and Albertsons will receive a $2 an hour raise during the coronavirus outbreak, according to the United Food and Commercial Workers.

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WASHINGTON — Hiring in the United States jumped in February as employers added 273,000 jobs, evidence that the economy was in strong shape before the coronavirus began to sweep through the nation.

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Customers enter and exit Grocery Outlet in Hermiston on Thursday. The parking lot was full and aisles crowded by noon on the location’s first day open. According to a news release, the new sto…

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ENTERPRISE — Genuine Wallowa County, an online gift shop showcasing handmade items from Wallowa County and Nez Perce artisans, will celebrate its first anniversary on March 18. The business, o…

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WALLA WALLA, Wash. — The Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial Veterans Affairs Medical Center has a number of job openings for medical support assistants and advanced medical support assistants.

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BOARDMAN — The seventh annual Agriculture, Energy, Processing, Technology and Health Care Job Fair returns to the SAGE Center.

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PENDLETON — Greg Galloway, area manager with Stearns Lending LLC, was recently recognized as a top producer and received the company’s Stearns President’s Club award for 2019.

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The Redmond Airport has garnered a $3.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to build a snow equipment building.

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SALEM — The Oregon Secretary of State’s Small Business Advocacy Team released its annual report, which provides insight on questions businesses raise and the challenges they face relating to g…

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UMATILLA COUNTY — The Umatilla County Assessment & Taxation Office reminds everyone doing business in the county that the deadline for returning personal property and real property tax ret…

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HERMISTON — The wind was gusting as twin sisters Shalena Myers and Jolene Pooley cut the ribbon on their new business on Thursday afternoon, but it didn’t dampen their excitement.

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SALEM — Oregon’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.7% in December 2019, the lowest on record dating back to 1976, according to the Oregon Employment Department.

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PENDLETON — Pendleton Sanitary Service announced that Barhyte Specialty Foods was selected as its 2019 Commercial Recycler of the Year during an award presentation at Barhyte’s Pendleton headq…

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PENDLETON — The IRS has confirmed Jan. 27 as the first day the tax agency will accept and begin processing 2019 tax returns.

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SALEM — The 19th annual Mid-Oregon Construction Safety Summit, a two-day conference in Central Oregon that will focus on the safety and health of workers in residential, commercial and industr…