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Oct 26, 2016

Current growth fueled by jobs

By Kathleen McLaughlin, The Bulletin

Published Oct 24, 2016 at 05:40PM / Updated Oct 24, 2016 at 05:54PM


Central Oregonians who lived through the last housing-market crash might wonder whether the region is setting up for another big collapse.

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By Bend Bulletin | Oct 21, 2016


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By Staff | Sep 26, 2016

Oregon proposes drop in workers’ comp rates

By Kathleen McLaughlinThe Bulletin Published Sep 23, 2016 at 12:01AM / Updated Sep 23, 2016 at 08:41AM   

Workers’ compensation insurance rates would drop for the fourth straight year in 2017 under a proposal by the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services.

The average rate, before insurers’ profits and other expenses, would decline by 7.2 percent, from $1.10 per $100 of payroll to $1.02 per $100, according to a department announcement... Read More

By REDI Staff | Sep 19, 2016

What about Measure 97???? Why a "NO" vote.


Mike Herrick, SVP of Product & Engineering @ Urban Airship

“I’m concerned about Measure 97 and the impact it will have on the Oregon Software Industry”.


The Eugene Register-Guard

Editorial Board

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By REDI Staff | Aug 29, 2016
In an effort to respond to the lack of industrial space, which is significantly outpaced by demand in Redmond, REDI hosted the first ever Developer Tour in late June. Read More
By REDI | May 18, 2016
REDI hosted their annual luncheon this year at the Redmond Municipal Airport. Yes, you read that correctly, at the airport. We were able to seat 253 guests inside security in the upper mezzanine area for an exciting and informative presentation that included... Read More
By REDI Staff | Jan 14, 2016
Redmond High School Receives $231,700 CTE Grant from Oregon Department of Education and Bureau of Labor and Industry (BOLI) Read More
Jan 7, 2016
A happy beer for happy people! Two local Redmond companies Straw Propeller and Juniper Brewing team up to create a limited batch of oatmeal stout. Read More
By Colby Brown | Redmond Spokesman | Dec 13, 2015

When an independent food vendor outgrows its kitchen, owners either have to invest in a larger space or scale back production.Constructing a new kitchen can be a large investment, not always feasible for small businesses. But scaling back production isn’t normally something a business owner strives for. This is where Dick Roberson is planning to enter the scene with a for-lease kitchen space, The Busy Chef commercial kitchen.

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By CBN | Nov 19, 2015
Silver Moon Brewing, a longstanding craft brewery based in Bend, recently opened on a new, 15,000-square foot brewery, just north of its current facility in Redmond. Read More