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Gilchrist - Oregon Encyclopedia

Gilchrist - Oregon Encyclopedia

Mar 17, 2018 Gilchrist, in northern Klamath County, located along U.S. Highway 97 about fifty miles south of Bend, was the last industrial company town in Oregon owned entirely by a family

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Mar 06, 2017 The family moved their operations to central Oregon, where they eventually acquired over 100,000 acres of timber land in Deschutes, Lake, and Klamath counties. The Gilchrist mill was built in 1938, complete with company town housing for about 500 residents. The town and the central shopping mall were built with aesthetics in mind

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Interfor to Sell Gilchrist, Oregon Specialty Sawmill

Interfor to Sell Gilchrist, Oregon Specialty Sawmill

Sep 14, 2020 Interfor to Sell Gilchrist, Oregon Specialty Sawmill. September 14, 2020 17:00 ET ... the mill produced approximately 80 million board feet of

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The Mills - Oregon History Project

The Mills - Oregon History Project

Mar 17, 2018 The last mill to come to Central Oregon in the 1930s was run by the Gilchrist Timber Company in Gilchrist. Gilchrist operations had begun in New Hampshire, but relocated to Michigan by 1850. In the 1880s, they moved into Wisconsin, and then in 1907 opened a mill in Mississippi

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Mill town Gilchrist pines for resort

Mill town Gilchrist pines for resort

May 25, 2009 GILCHRIST -- This was the last company town in Oregon, a place where the mill employed the men and women, helped build a school for their children and decided what color their homes should be

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Gilchrist mill sold; 150 jobs could return in November

Gilchrist mill sold; 150 jobs could return in November

Oct 07, 2020 The specialty sawmill in Gilchrist sold last month to Wyoming-based, privately-owned Neiman Enterprises. Neiman said they are considering additional investment into the mill

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Interfor sells Gilchrist lumber mill to Neiman Enterprises

Interfor sells Gilchrist lumber mill to Neiman Enterprises

Sep 17, 2020 The sale of the Gilchrist mill comes as lumber prices are skyrocketing, due to the closure of mills around the country earlier this year and a lack of

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Gilchrist sawmill will lay off 130 of its 150 workers in

Gilchrist sawmill will lay off 130 of its 150 workers in

May 23, 2020 Interfor’s Gilchrist sawmill is planning to lay off 130 of its 150 workers in late June and curtail its mill due to weak economic conditions and challenges presented by the

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Fatality confirmed at Gilchrist sawmill | Local News

Fatality confirmed at Gilchrist sawmill | Local News

Jul 08, 2019 The sawmill produces high-value lumber with a focus on one-inch ponderosa pine boards, Horahan said, adding the Gilchrist mill produces 75 million board feet per

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After sitting idle, Gilchrist sawmill set to run again

After sitting idle, Gilchrist sawmill set to run again

Jan 14, 2008 The mill has been closed for several weeks due to a slow timber market. At the Interfor Pacific mill in Gilchrist, the machines that transform logs into lumber have sat idle for a month. It isn

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Neiman to acquire Interfor's Gilchrist sawmill, restart

Neiman to acquire Interfor's Gilchrist sawmill, restart

Sep 21, 2020 HULETT, Wyo. and VANCOUVER, B.C. - Neiman Enterprises Inc. announced it has entered into an agreement to purchase Interfor Corp.'s specialty sawmill located in Gilchrist, Oregon

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Gilchrist Oregon | North Klamath County

Gilchrist Oregon | North Klamath County

Gilchrist was the last lumber company town in Oregon. The town was founded in 1938 by the family-owned Gilchrist Timber Company, with Frank and Mary Gilchrist as the owners and town founders. The mill moved there from Jasper County, Mississippi, in search of lumber and lower taxes, building a dam on the Little Deschutes River to create the mill

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