April 2009
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1 Boom times for bang bang
2 Finding the right social engagement
3 Baker proposes $17 million multi-university center
4 Going green
5 Forecast: foggy with slippery conditions
6 It’s a small world
7 Post a job, prepare for the flood
8 Economist John Mitchell addresses retirement woes
9 Deal Watch: Two water contracts keep Northwest Pipe on course
10 Ebb tide in the Central Coast’s economy
11 Airport traffic loses altitude
12 January '09 employment and business indicators
13 Readers weigh in on the federal stimulus
14 Next: a better hearing test
15 OSU develops filberts resistant to blight
16 Laika's next level
17 High prices, bad economy create gold rush for pawnshops
18 Esco sees bright spot in gold as global slowdown hits
19 New smoking ban dampens sales
20 Give us your tired, your poor, your huddled heels
21 Working in Oregon through history
22 Hedging bets on nursery growth
23 Portland list-o-phrenia
24 Graphic: Minority population growth 2000-2008
25 Hoping for a playoff payoff
26 Graphic: U.S and Oregon electricity generation
27 Growers predict abundant labor
28 Focus turns to green building efficiencies
29 Graphic: Composition of state and local business taxes
30 Retaliation claims rise along with pink slips
31 January '09 transportation indicators
32 January '09 real estate and construction indicators
33 January '09 farming, natural resources and energy
34 The vast underground economy grows in Oregon - and globally
35 The numbers game
36 Heavy equipment dealers in Oregon
37 The good book
 

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