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May Anniversaries: Feeling Crabby in Newport

You may find yourself in a bit of a crabby mood when you visit Newport, Oregon. And that’s a good thing.\n\nAfter all, this beautiful Oregon coast community has earned the right to call itself the “Dungeness Crab Capital of the World” by offering a wide variety of spots  — everything from public docks on Yaquina … Continue reading May Anniversaries: Feeling Crabby in Newport

April Anniversaries: 25 Years of Superior Service in Yakima

Where does the time go? It’s hard to believe a quarter century has passed since Oil Can Henry’s introduced its unique service to the wonderful people of Washington’s Yakima Valley.\n\nWhen Oil Can Henry’s opened its first Yakima service center, way back in April, 1989, George H.W. Bush was president, Batman was cleaning up at the box … Continue reading April Anniversaries: 25 Years of Superior Service in Yakima

March Anniversaries: Not-So-Secret in Gresham

Gresham leaders may have a point when they say their city is “Oregon’s Best Kept Secret”. After all, most people don’t know Gresham has 1,635 fire hydrants; 116.74 miles of bike lanes; and 7,500 street lights. And, the majority of Americans are likely unaware that the city (the fourth largest in Oregon) was named after the … Continue reading March Anniversaries: Not-So-Secret in Gresham

February Anniversaries: Making History in The Dalles

Life’s good in The Dalles, Ore.\n\nResidents of this Columbia River Gorge community — and the thousands of people who visit every year — enjoy unrivaled scenery, small-town charm, world-class recreational activities and an incredible sense of history.\n\nFor example: The area was a major Native American trading center for at least 10,000 years and later marked the … Continue reading February Anniversaries: Making History in The Dalles

January Anniversaries: Loving Life in Sunny SoCal

Fountain Valley, Calif., touts itself as, “A nice place to live, work and play.” Having served the community since 2002, we couldn’t agree more.\n\nResidents and visitors enjoy moderate temperatures, a vibrant local economy, a plethora of recreational activities (including 640-acre Mile Square Regional Park), and quick access to the scenic and relaxing Pacific Ocean beaches.\n\nOur Fountain … Continue reading January Anniversaries: Loving Life in Sunny SoCal

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