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Journal Articles

Where Have the Adventurers Gone? Recent Trends in Oregon Entrepreneurship

By: Henry Fields If you’ve ever struggled to spell “entrepreneur” you might know that it’s a term borrowed from French. It’s too bad that an early English-language equivalent, “adventurer,” didn’t…

Develop an entrepreneurial mindset with entrepreneurial learning experiences

What is Mindset? We all have a mindset, yet often we are not consciously aware of it or the profound effect it has on our lives. Our mindset is the…

Job Insights for the Fourth Quarter of 2018

By Refresh Leadership on October 30, 2018 in Executive Insights Although 2018 is ending on a strong note for many businesses, recruiting and retention challenges will carry over into 2019.…

A Year in The Making, Dedication of Two Major Additions @ KCC on October 2, 2018

KCC Capital Campaign Exceeds Expectation (9/12/2017) KLAMATH FALLS – Klamath Community College is thrilled to announce that generous community support has propelled the “Completing the Transformation” campaign past its fundraising…

The small towns that survive will be the ones that are open to new ideas

BY: BECKY MCCRAY In a world driven by frenetic change, which small towns are going to thrive? We know rural people play a key role in our society, so some…

The Diversity of Local Government in Oregon

by Annette Shelton-Tiderman Conversations about government employment are typically very opinionated – regardless of who is talking, the specific focus of the conversation, and where the discussion takes place! No…

The Coastal Employment Base Differs from the Rest of Lane County

by Henry Fields October 22, 2018 The coastal area of Lane County – consisting of Florence, Dunes City, Mapleton, and the surrounding unincorporated areas – doesn’t have the same employment…

Photography, The Photo Ark and Great Visual Storytelling

By: Gary Conkling Joel Satore has dedicated his life to capturing intimate, face-to-face portraits of animals that reflect the biodiversity of earth, as well as the dangers of animal extinction.…

Oregon Tech Awards Geothermal Expert Dr. John Lund with Inaugural Ambassador Award

By: Ashley Van Essen, Public Relations Representative ashley.vanessen@oit.edu Oct. 30, 18, Klamath Falls, OR. — Oregon Institute of Technology, “Oregon Tech,” began a new tradition as it awarded the first-ever…

This isn’t your grandparents’ logging

Being new to the forest sector, I have to admit that today’s logging operations are quite different than the popular-culture image of a burly, bearded man wearing a plaid shirt…

More About Oregon Spiders

Hobo, Giant House, Black Widow, and Yellow Sac Spiders Hobo (Tegenaria agrestis) & giant house spiders (T. gigantea) The most common spiders submitted for identification at the Oregon Department of…

WHAT’S SUSTAINABILITY GOT TO DO WITH IT?

LINKING SUSTAINABILITY CLAIMS TO SALES FMCG AND RETAIL HTTPS://WWW.NIELSEN.COM/US/EN.HTML “All natural,” “fair trade,” “organic”—more and more products across the store include claims of sustainability. But what do all these claims…

Lithium Vs. Lead: New Markets And Old Strongholds

Contributed Commentary By Ilyas Ayub, Inventus Power August 27, 2018 | Let’s be clear, the Lead-Acid (Pb) battery is still the mainstay of many battery applications such as starting your car,…

Trying Times for a Relentless Optimist

9/17/2018 Article A Letter from Max Williams, OCF President and CEO We are, unfortunately, living in such cynical times that even good deeds are now met with suspicion. Recent articles and…

The Ins and Outs of Southwestern Oregon’s Population

by Annette Shelton-Tiderman September 13, 2018 Westward, ho! Thus, waves and waves of immigrants have traveled across the country to Oregon – the “Golden West.” Oregon continues to be idealized…

If You’re Going to Allow ADUs, Don’t Make It So Hard to Build One.

September 11, 2018 by Daniel Herriges Granny flats, garage apartments, mother-in-law suites: call them what you like. Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are beloved in the planning profession and among affordable housing…

Who’s Driving Oregon’s Wage Growth?

Wages in Oregon have been on the rise over the past three years. From fourth quarter 2014 to fourth quarter 2017, the quarterly average wage (smoothed and adjusted for inflation)…

Entering the Danger Zone

As we wait for Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell to take the podium in Jackson Hole and impart some wisdom on the economy and hopefully provide policy guidance as well,…

In Cap-and-Trade Considerations, Oregon Policy-Makers Should Include Reductions for Federal Forest Fire Smoke Carbon Emissions

Sara Duncan 503-586-1246 Oregon Forest & Industries Council On Wednesday, August 22, hundreds of policymakers will gather in Lincoln City for the annual Oregon Coastal Caucus Economic Summit to discuss…

Iot: The Irrelevance of Thingies

People and social interaction, not technology, is the key to the future of cities Smart city afficianado’s are agog at the prospects that the Internet of Things will create vast…

TARIFF AND TURKEY TALK

by Jason Norris, CFA Executive Vice President of Research A currency crisis in Turkey and continued trade uncertainty resulted in a volatile week for equities. International stocks, specifically emerging markets,…

Press Releases

KDP Certified Public Accountants, LLP Merges with Bend-Based Accounting Firm Price Fronk & Co.

January 17, 2024

via KDP press release www.kdpllp.com Medford, Oregon (January 17, 2024) KDP Certified Public Accountants, LLP, and Price Fronk & Co., announced today…

SORIN 2024 CODING CAMPS

December 19, 2023

Coding isn’t just a skill, it’s your new SUPERPOWER! 2024 Coding Camp Lineup: Classes are open to students ages 16 – 24…

Navigating the Digital Paradox: Internet Use and Loneliness

October 13, 2023

In today’s interconnected world, the internet has become an integral part of our lives, providing unprecedented access to information and enabling communication…

Lessons learned from the pandemic about telehealth and online classrooms

October 13, 2023

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly accelerated the adoption of telehealth and online classrooms, and we’ve learned a lot from this experience. Here…

Top 10 things you can do to put on a wonderful business conference

October 13, 2023

A business conference can be a great opportunity to showcase your brand, network with other professionals, and learn new skills. However, organizing…

Dutch Bros Inc. Announces Proposed Public Offering of Class A Common Stock

September 12, 2023

Dutch Bros Inc. (NYSE: BROS; “Dutch Bros”) today announced that it has commenced an underwritten public offering of $300 million of shares…

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