Tom Adams and Doug Schwindt from KVAL News have learned Country Coach plans to re-open in 2011 as a service facility for RVs with a goal of making coaches again.
The company will need to hire 15 to 20 people at first. If the manufacturer can resume...
Empty fields plus state money equals thousands of new jobs. Junction City officials are banking on this math to revive an economy previously tied to the RV industry. They also want to install new sewer pipes through some yards -- without hooking those houses up.
Chevy dealer shares sales numbers as evidence the worst of the bad news is over for General Motors and a rebound is around the corner as the company goes through bankruptcy and gets some help from Uncle Sam.
If you could convert grass stubble into energy, you could pretty much end field burning -- and create new jobs in Lane County. Is that too good to be true? Not if county officials move ahead on plans for a bio-energy plant.
A Junction City man died Saturday evening after crashing his motorcycle about 7 p.m. on Alvadore Road, southwest of Junction City. Authorities say the 63-year-old man lost control of the bike around a curve.
A Lane County Sheriff's deputy says a woman is lucky to be alive after she was struck by a freight train in Junction City Saturday night. The woman was in critical condition at last check with a deep laceration to her head.