June 2012

Saving today for tomorrow

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0612 GamePlan CyArkOregon 01CyArk Oregon preserves endangered sites.

 

Bright lights, big city

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0612 GamePlan 10SpeedCoffee 02A Hood River coffee shop hopes to break into the Los Angeles market this year, establishing itself in a place about as opposite its origin as it gets.

 

Staying afloat in rough waters

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0612 GamePlan MaritimeServicesMaritime Services Corp. in Hood River had been enjoying a record workload heading into winter 2011.

 

Paddle power

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0612 GamePlan NorgeboardAnother Bend entrepreneur is hoping to make his mark on the city, this time with “land paddle boarding,” a recreational activity that looks a bit like someone contorting his way through a Monty Python School of Funny Walks episode.

 

The nonprofit sector

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0612 ByTheNumbers OregonNonprofitsOregon’s nonprofit sector is a significant economic force.

 

Teachers' helper

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0612 Launch EdCaliberSoftware startup EdCaliber helps track students' learning.

 

Live, work, play: Charles Wilhoite

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0612 LiveWorkPlay CharlesWilhoiteCharles Wilhoite joined Willamette Management Associates in 1990 as a senior associate analyst. Today he is the firm’s managing director and the national director of its health care practice.

 
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