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1 UO researchers build device to kill off parasitic infections
2 Tim Boyle charts the future as Columbia Sportswear turns 75
3 Oregon startups turn to patents
4 Hood River's craft beer boom
5 Tillamook Cheese Factory's transition
6 Lapchi revolutionizes the rug business
7 Herbal remedy company grows
8 Portland ceramic company Mudshark Studios touts Oregon-made
9 Oregon farm turns to tea
10 Hillsboro retailer serves young female athletes
11 Banks increase lending to dentists
12 Oregon air travel by the numbers
13 FMYI President Justin Yuen balances life, work, and play
14 Portland startup offers online branding solution for small companies
15 Readers' priorities for state and federal leaders
16 From the Editor: Indulging in quackery
17 Portland natural foods company grows
 

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