BUSINESS

Census-takers needed

The US Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of people for temporary jobs across the country, including citizens in Marion County, for both supervisory and clerical positions working to build the 2020 Census. The temporary positions will begin this summer and run through August. Pay ranges from $14 to $17.50 per[Read More…]

A new Hope

Lorissa Addabo cuts a ribbon celebrating the expansion of Hope Orthopedics of Oregon in Keizer Tuesday, May 14. The newly-renovated office will allow physicians to work in tandem with therapeutic services on the site at 5325 Shoreview Lane. Since 2006, Hope Orthopedics has grown from one clinic and a handful of[Read More…]

In-N-Out plans June groundbreaking

A Keizer Station In-N-Out location may begin construction as soon as June. A message from Jim Lockington, a new store development manager with the fan-favorite burger chain, to city officials confirms that the chain is moving ahead with its plans. Lockington said that the chain’s escrow on the property will[Read More…]

Keizer Quick Lane expands

Skyline’s Keizer Ford is expanding their Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center by adding two car racks. The expansion will add more workable space for employees.  The company has continued to have a growing customer base, and the added space will help to maintain service quality.  Jennifer Bernard, a service[Read More…]

What is that purple truck?

Oishi Express is serving up Japanese-American fusion cuisine at a food truck on Chemawa Road N.  Oishi Express is a food truck at 392 Chemawa Road N that serves Japanese-American style food.  The truck arrived in Keizer in February and began serving their large-portion food combos which can include beef,[Read More…]

Keizer Pho hosts Night Off

After a long day, the thought of cooking dinner and cleaning up the kitchen can be daunting. The Keizer Chamber of Commerce is hoping to restore some peace of mind to home chefs. A new initiative aims to support both home cooks and local restaurants. The chamber calls it Cook’s Night Off. By[Read More…]

Willamette Lutheran honored For Earthwise moves

On March 6, Willamette Lutheran Retirement Community was presented the Earthwise Large Business of the Year award by Salem Environmental Education (part of Marion County Environmental Services) at a special sustainability luncheon held at Mission Mill. Accepting the award was Kay Hayes, director of marketing; Sam McDonald, groundskeeper/supervisor, Matt Meisenberg,[Read More…]