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Customers can safely swipe their cards at URM stores now that a cyber attack on the payment processing system has been blocked.
National surveys, however, indicate this year’s holiday spending could be down slightly on average as holiday shoppers show unease with the economy.
If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’ve probably already made a holiday purchase or three.
DAYTON — After six years of planning and months of construction, the Port of Columbia’s Blue Mountain Station is almost ready to open its doors.
BENTON CITY, WASH. — A Canadian company has scooped up about a fifth of the land available for sale in a prime wine grape growing area on Red Mountain near Benton City.
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — Some Oregon liquor store owners and craft distilleries aren’t enthusiastic about a proposal to allow large grocery stores to sell hard liquor.
Talk about catching fire.
The trend has drawn criticism from some shoppers and labor advocates who say it injects too much consumerism into a holiday meant for family and deprives workers of a day off.
Another Thanksgiving tradition is elbowing its way in to join the turkey carving, post-meal nap and football-game watch party: the hunt for a “door-buster” deal.
The former assistant manager of Baker Boyer Bank’s Eastgate branch will now oversee the Plaza Way branch.
Pak N Ship is delivering a celebration this week.
A Broken Chair Cellars is participating in its first Fall Release this weekend.