April 2007
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1 Portland fashion industry gets sophisticated
2 The road still traveled
3 We need drug-free workplaces
4 Stop discriminating against marijuana
5 First Person: Commentary from Jim Rudd, CEO of Ferguson Wellman Capital Management
6 Readers more optimisitic about economy
7 In Character: Profile of singer Storm Large
8 Destination resorts want looser regulations, land use groups cry foul
9 Big Deals: Metals fired up by acquisitions, innovations and demand
10 VIP: Rosemary Baker-Monaghan of Liberty Restoration in Astoria
11 Mergers and acquisitions again dominate the BIG DEAL$ of 2006
12 STATEWIDE
13 BAKER CITY
14 CULVER
15 PORTLAND
16 BEAVERTON
17 TUALATIN
18 GRAND RONDE
19 Tips for an effective power breakfast
20 HR: Restraint can help avoid retaliation claims
21 Blueberry market booms
22 Newport issues new bumper sticker
23 Pendleton’s plaid gets hip and goes global
24 Roseburg couple markets healing Himalayan salt
25 More than a passing grade for Oregon ag
26 The new Solar Silicon Forest
27 Nike creates new basketball look
28 Umpqua Bank CEO co-authors new book
29 ELKTON
30 JACKSONVILLE
31 MEDFORD
32 REEDSPORT
33 LINCOLN CITY
34 Airport traffic gains altitude
35 Curry County loses leisure, retail jobs
36 January '07 employment and business filing indicators
37 January '07 transportation indicators
38 January '07 real estate and construction indicators
39 IPOs were bigger in ’06, but not in Oregon
 

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