Local Business: Monday, Jan. 20, 2014

Rogue Property purchases Crane Property group

Rogue Property Management, 256 N. Pioneer St., in Ashland, has bought Crane Property Management.

Rogue Property Management provides tenants and property owners around-the-clock access to information, seven days a week.

Rob Chisholm, founder of Rogue Property Management, has accounts in Medford and Central Point. With the acquisition of Crane, which has clients in Ashland and Talent, Rogue Property Management now manages 200 units, including commercial holdings.

The firm's website is www.rentrogue.com, and its telephone number is 541-482-3451.

Allied Health Services sets career session at RCC-WC

A Rogue Community College Allied Health Services information session is scheduled from 3 to 5 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 12, at the Table Rock Campus, Room 101, 7800 Pacific Ave., White City.

Information about career options, employment opportunities, wage ranges and more will be provided. Allied Health Services programs include dental assisting, basic life support, nursing assistant, occupation therapy assistant, physical therapist assistant, clinical lab assistant, emergency services and massage therapy.

For information, contact Christine Morris at 541-245-7846 or cmorris@roguecc.edu.

Umpqua Bank is Fortune 100 Best Companies winner

Umpqua Bank has been been named to the Fortune 100 Best Companies To Work For, its eighth-straight year of receiving the honor.

Umpqua, ranked No. 71, is the highest-ranked bank and the only Oregon-based company to make the list.

Umpqua Bank was selected from among hundreds of companies that opt to participate in the selection process, which includes an employee survey and an in-depth questionnaire about programs and company practices. Methodology is based on five dimensions: credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie.

Compiled from staff reports

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