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1 The new philanthropy
2 Rail line's woes and foes
3 Take poverty personally
4 Losing a piece of history
5 Will an improved broccoli cost more?
6 Is resort building out of control?
7 Economix: Tom Potiowsky on economic clusters
8 Deal Watch: Merger makes a mapping empire
9 The Leadership Summit: One future through two plans
10 The Oregon Philanthropy Awards
11 Next: OHSU's $5,000 mouse
12 It's downhill all the way
13 Surviving the season in style
14 Bling for the business executive
15 Will Nov. 6 shape the interim session?
16 Green building fee battle
17 Ag sets record prices but costs nip income
18 September '07 employment and business filing indicators
19 September '07 real estate and construction indicators
20 September '07 transportation indicators
21 September '07 farming, natural resources and energy
 

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