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Minuteman Press
29970 SW Town Center Loop W, Suite F • Wilsonville, OR 97070
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  • Graphics specialist brings new VP on board

    Wilsonville-based Mentor Graphics Corporation announced in a press release that Glenn Perry has been named as vice president of the Embedded Systems Division at the company.

  • Submissions invited for landmark tech contest

    Mentor Graphics Corporation, headquartered in Wilsonville, Oregon, has announced its call-for-entries for the 25th annual competition.

  • Wilsonville gives warm welcome to hot tub company

    Oregon Hot Tub, a Portland-based hot tub dealer, announced recently that a new showroom is opening in Wilsonville, on SW Gwen Drive.

  • Wilsonville company shoots TV pilot in Arch Cape area

    The picturesque coasts of the Pacific Northwest have been attracting Hollywood for many years now, most famously in the 1980s with The Goonies, so residents around Arch Cape have probably not been surprised to see Wilsonvilles Roads End Films showing up to begin filming the short film Runestone.

  • Wilsonville prepares for annual arts festival

    Wilsonville is ready for summer, as the 15th annual Wilsonville Festival of the Arts will take place May 31st and June 1st at the Town Center Park, and will be advertised using flyer and poster printing.

  • Wilsonville kids to learn how to be the boss

    An upcoming workshop in Wilsonville will provide children with all the information they need to be able to handle certain situations should they arise.

  • Library helps out by tackling tax

    This year, the Wilsonville Public Library has organized an event to assist people in completing their tax forms and getting them into the Internal Revenue Service on or before the tax deadline. This is a great opportunity for people who are confused by what is required to complete the forms.

  • Trio of performers to offer free concert

    The upcoming Retta Christie Trio Concert will feature the outstanding sounds of the vocalist and is being presented as part of the Library Stacks program, which promotes local musicians by offering a variety of musical genres and a good time for all ages. It is just the sort of event for which poster printing is often used to garner greater attention.

  • Fifties-set performance to hit Owego stage

    On show tomorrow, Till There Was You is the story about two Broadway and radio stars, Annie and Frank OConnor, who find themselves up to their eyeballs in the new concept of live television. This fast-paced show and colorful cast is likely to have the audience roaring in their seats with the comedic situations on stage. Poster printing and flyer printing might have been used to advertise this show to people who live in the region, and no doubt the venue with be bedecked with posters as well.

  • Shakespeare classic given school makeover

    The William Shakespeare comedy A Midsummer Nights Dream is being presented by the students at Wilsonville High School and provides people with a chance to come out and support the high schools arts program while viewing one of the bards most well-known plays. Poster and flyer printing have probably been methods used to tell people in the community and its surrounding area about the play.