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August '08 transportation indicators

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August '08 real estate and construction indicators

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August '08 farming, natural resources and energy indicators

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Lien times hit construction

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SeymourCourtThe steep hillside overlooking the Willamette River is a Portland residential community without residents.

 

 

Looking for a pony payday

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It’s two minutes before post time for the first horse race of the season at Portland Meadows and the odds to win seem more favorable than betting on Wall Street.

 

 

Tight times benefit grocery stores

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The economic slowdown hasn’t kept grocery-store carts from rolling.

 

 
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