March 2009

Graphic: Oregon farm potato sales by county

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Graphic: TriMet moves more than 100 million riders

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Graphic: Government jobs grow in 2008

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Next: the earthquake-proof wine rack

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WineRack.jpgWhen the ground begins to shift and the floor turns to rubber, experts say the safest place is in a doorway or under a table.
 

Powerlist: General contractors

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Ranked by annual billings

 
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