October 2008

Oregon's craft beer industry grows up

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What is it with Oregon and its beer? Is it the climate? The water? The hops? A parochial form of beer-based patriotism?

 

 

Q&A: Jack Joyce, co-founder and CEO, Rogue Ales

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Q&A: Gary Fish, founder and CEO, Deschutes Brewery

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Q&A: Kurt and Rob Widmer, founders, Widmer Brothers Brewery

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Q&A: Irene Firmat, co-founder and CEO, Full Sail

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Funds for toxic cleanup uncertain

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BrownfieldThis summer a national group proclaimed a victory of sorts in Portland’s perpetual struggle to clean up contaminated industrial land along the Willamette River.

 

 

Urban-rural wage gap is steady

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CoinsThe often-cited widening gap between urban and rural wages actually has remained unchanged over the past decade, while both urban and rural wages are slipping compared to their counterparts nationwide.

 

 
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