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  • 4 married couples who work together
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    Thanks! Who wrote the above comment? Couldn't decipher the photo or a name..mystery friend!

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  • 4 married couples who work together
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    Hey Dave a Aleta! So great to see you (and Annika) above the fold. Congrats on your tremendous accomplishments over all these years. You are a bright shining example of turning your passion into a successful business. Wishing you continued success!

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  • Eugene condo project delayed by contractor closure
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    They are a public nuisance as neighbors. They don't need any more properties.

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  • The city as startup
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    What a well written article!

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  • The city as startup
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    Glad Nike employees know so much about startups :)

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  • Tackling the CEO-worker pay gap
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    Please, it is not the average employee wage that is important, it is the median employee wage. In the skewed distribution of earnings, using the median for analysis is critically important. Do not let the corporations obscure the results by using the average.

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  • Q & A with Chuck Eggert
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    SO with all of this abundance why are the brown bag programs handing out rotten and old and stall food and the food banks are empty or hand out foods bad for you to eat like old white rice and hard beans..whats going on here ?

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  • Gold-n-Soft margarine celebrates 40 years
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    The new Golden n Soft is nasty!!! It has a nasty flavor and is oily!! They chenged the container too and the name Greggs is not on it. Please return to the normal!!

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  • The barber is back
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    so wheres is The Flat Top Barbershop located?

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  • Springfield plans major Gateway Mall renovation
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    What about the gym and pool that closed? Will it be opening??

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  • Low-wage jobs costs state $1.7B, study says; insurance costs outpacing income
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    I always find it perplexing that low wage jobs are to blame for the costs incurred by taxpayers in the form of government assistance programs. It would be much worse for the taxpayers if those low wage workers were not employed at all. People take low wage jobs because they are a better alternative than the jobs they have provided for themselves, and all jobs are more than just a paycheck. They are opportunities for learning, growing, developing work ...

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  • Hales will send street fee proposals to voters, in first-ever 'advisory vote'
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    What if everyone refuses to pay the fee. Then what. Just need everyone to get together and say NO.We are not going to pay it. . Lower the government spending. Might have money to fix things.

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  • Tillamook Cheese Factory's transition
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    Your cheese is tasting different and I've eaten your cheese for 40 years or as long as you have been there. It isn't the same. It is tasteless,it is a different color, the sharp I bought as a gift for me at Xmas was not the same sharp I have had. It breaks my heart. Are you using GMO'S now in your process? It is not good cheese now. Im very hurt and disappointed. What's going on. Everyone in my family has noticed it. Thank you for listening.

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  • Bevy of topics explored at Oregon Leadership Summit
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    Clicked to read this from the Southern Oregon Region, and found there is no content specifically about Southern Oregon. Clicked on several other articles posted under Southern Oregon region and found the same there. I can read all the front page news on the front page. I was hoping to see what regional news was making it into your magazine. I check fairly often, hoping to see more Southern Oregon News, but I'm still just hoping.

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  • Environmental injustice: Oregon has little to brag about
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    Funny how the NO2 pollution map resembles Verizon's 4G LTE nationwide coverage map... http://vzwmap.verizonwireless.com/dotcom/coveragelocator/default.aspx?requestfrom=webagent

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  • Walmart coming to Warrenton
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    If you can't live on Walmart's wage and benefit package, don't apply for work there. If you don't agree with their business practices, don't shop there.

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  • Businessmen once again invest in custom suits
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    I think everyone should look for good quality not for cheap fabric. Cheap and good both don't really go together when choosing a best tailor. Tailor in Bangkok

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  • Justice for All
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    A Legal model similar to medical coverage handling the high cost of hospitals, surgeries, doctor bill's etc. has existed for over 40 years and has been refined to be state of the art with one touch access to attorneys for emergency situations or within several rings for normal requests for legal advice. For less than a dollar a day, families can be protected and empowered, less than $3 a day a business with 50 or less employees can be empowered ...

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  • Tip pool ruling cuts restaurant costs
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    The comments made by #11 & #20 are exactly the way it is. Professional servers provide so much more than what most people relize. Comments from #12 & #14 have no clue of how it works. #14 you have restaurants in 43 other states. Well guess what if you want to be part of Oregon, you have to play by Oregon rules. It sounds like really you could afford more than two servers if you weren't so worried about cutting into your corporate profits. #12 you ...

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  • Tip pool ruling cuts restaurant costs
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    Really? Why are we surprised by the ruling? It came from a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge. Just another way of pressing the liberal agenda known as "wealth distribution". I tip at least 20%, usually more, when I receive quality service because I know what it's like dealing with the public. I also believe the servers should voluntarily put in some of their tips to share with the other staff (i.e. cooks, dishwashers, etc.) because they are ...

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  • Tip pool ruling cuts restaurant costs
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    he a verage tip is 15 to 20 percent- the government can't take tips for what they don't know they can only take an estimate from your credit card receipts and a basic cash flow... again I will repeat myself -servers in Oregon make minimum wage really really close to the same wage to the standard cook thanks but cooks are not eligible for tips so you're 10% of tips over the night plus your minimum wage does not equal the wage of a cook in Oregon ...

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  • Moda Health President Dr. William Johnson balances life, work, play
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    This guy's actions are out of this world. Even worse, MODA CEO's response -- whaaaa?? If this is o.k. with MODA's CEO, then there's bigger problems here. Johnson should not be at MODA in 2015. He's not fit to lead. Period.

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  • Moda Health President Dr. William Johnson balances life, work, play
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    Oooh. Deets please. What do you know? What has the article missed? Why do you defend this cheater? Or are you Mr/Dr Johnson? Hmmmm?

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  • Behind the curtain: What students should know about accreditation and rankings
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    Great breakdown of accreditation and rankings that is really clear and consumer focused.

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  • Walmart coming to Warrenton
    Guest
    No downside...you must have missed the last 10 years. say goodbye to all your family owned businesses. They won't be able to compete.

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  • Tip pool ruling cuts restaurant costs
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    Everyone does not tip ! And to be required to tip out the cook 10% of my food sales when I might not have gotten a 10% tip from that table. I will already be taxed by the government on what they think I made. In some cases it feels Luke I am working for the cooks !

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  • Tip pool ruling cuts restaurant costs
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    oI have read all of these comments and now I will give one of my own. I am a cook In Oregon and I have also been a manager for 25 years in the restaurant business in Idaho. I have read and reread the minimum wage laws in Oregon and I'm telling you as far as the wage goes that's a good thing but the tipping protocol sucks!! it doesn't suck for the server though does it Hmmmm so here it is in a nutshell the server makes minimum wage plus tips cooks ...

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  • Pendleton Woolen Mills' new CEO spins company into the future
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    Received a Pendleton robe as a gift. Few weeks ago...made in china. Had several quality and sizing issues. Ended up disposing of product to Goodwill. Tried to post review but Pendleton will not allow review to be posted if it indicates their product is made in China. Clearly, they're trying to obscure the fact...shows "imported" on website. Used to love their products.

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