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Klamath dam removal uncertain

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Articles - November 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

1111_KlamathDamWhen the Klamath Restoration Agreements were signed in February 2010, the documents were hailed as a historic solution to decades of conflicts over water rights and environmental management in the Klamath Basin. Almost two years later, many stakeholders are still waiting to move forward with projects connected to the agreements, which include both the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement and the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement. At issue is whether legislators will authorize the agreements and allocate the $500 million for implementation.

 

If the glove fits

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Articles - November 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

1111_IfTheGloveFitsIt’s pink, sleek, and form-fitting, the inside lined with a layer of rayon for extra comfort. It costs 30% more than similar products, but research says women will pay it for added comfort. And part of the sales of the $2.99 product will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation for breast cancer research.

 

Costs in Oregon higher than average

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Articles - November 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

1111_CostsInOregon_DataburstOregonians face a harder challenge than most Americans in making ends meet.

 

Ethanol project fuels optimism

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Articles - November 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

1111_EthanolProjectSeventy jobs may not seem like a lot. But to tiny Clatskanie (population: 1,710) in Columbia County, it’s 70 more people spending money locally who weren’t spending it before.

 

Hood River outpaces the state

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Articles - November 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

1111_HoodRiver_01At a time when the economies of many Oregon cities and towns are fragile and shrinking, Hood River is enjoying slow and steady growth.

 

Outside the box

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Articles - November 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

1111_OutsideTheBox_02It takes a village to raise a business. That’s the attitude adopted by GO Box, a startup that aims to reduce waste generated by disposable food cart containers. The company, which launched this past summer, relies on a volunteer network of local shops and restaurants to help distribute its reusable food cart containers.

 

Boutique social media firms carve a market niche

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Articles - November 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

1111_BoutiqueSocialMedia_01The wall-sized whiteboard inside Portland’s DoJo Agency is dotted with what have become the most important words in Portland’s ever-dynamic media ecosystem: Facebook. Twitter. LinkedIn. Maybe you’ve heard of them.

 
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