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By Emily Kirk | May 12, 2015
Wild Ride Brewing in Redmond celebrated its first year in business over the weekend. Read More
By REDI Staff | May 7, 2015

Redmond, Oregon based Straw Propeller Gourmet Foods will present arguments in favor of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade agreement at Nike’s Trade Summit on May 8th.  President Obama, Senator Ron Wyden and Phil Knight, Nike CEO requested the presence of Straw Propeller’s CEO, Patricia Bartelson to attend the summit and speak to the press about the benefits of free trade.

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By REDI Staff | May 5, 2015
Straw Propeller recently entered into a partnership with Redmond High School’s Manufacturing Technology department to offer paid internships for qualified students. Read More
By CBN | Apr 16, 2015
In its 64th Year of Business, Eberhard’s Dairy of Redmond, Oregon Has Expanded its Ice Cream Line-Up with Two New Flavors Read More
By Ted Shorack | The Bulletin | Mar 26, 2015
Population grows the fastest among Oregon counties for the second year in a row Read More
By Stephanie Hamway | The Bulletin | Mar 18, 2015

Garrett Loveall wanted a project that combined his passion for entrepreneurship with his two decades of sewing experience. And so, July Nine was born in 2012.

Three years later, that project has become his business. He designs, manufactures and ships his tote bags to places like Japan and South Korea from a garage attached to his Redmond home.

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By Beau Eastes | The Bulletin | Feb 18, 2015
City Council aims to spur development east of US HWY 97 Read More
By Joseph Ditzler | The Bulletin | Feb 5, 2015
Bend bullet maker to build new plant near Redmond Airport Read More
Feb 4, 2015
60 acre site will serve as an expansion of current operations in Bend Read More
By Katherine Wood | Cascade Business News | Jan 20, 2015

Oregon may be synonymous with wet winters, tall trees, and covered wagons, but lately the state has taken on another meaning. For many, Oregon is now synonymous with home. In fact, more Americans are now calling Oregon home than ever before. In 2014, Oregon was the most moved-to U.S. state, according to the annual National Movers Study conducted by United Van Lines. Inbound residents made up 66 percent of moves to and from the state (a 5 percent increase from 2013, in which Oregon also held the top spot).

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