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1 Oregon economic indicators as of September 2009
2 Next: Nostril filters
3 Powerlist: Law firms
4 Middle ground for wheat price
5 Deal Watch: Oregon’s M&A ice thaws a bit
6 Now hiring
7 Evenstad’s Island
8 The rise of Comic Town
9 Lights out at the Hotel Condon
10 Winter’s back, but spring is in the mail
11 Portrait of the unemployed
12 The view from Japan’s consulate
13 A holly, jolly forecast
14 Fresh hope for the mint industry
15 Big contract in a little town
16 Red tape for green projects
17 Solarize Portland catches fire
18 A downtown anchor
19 Graphic: Transportation equipment jobs
20 JumpTown gets off the ground
21 A new model
22 The right stuff
23 Reader input: Stimulus results
24 Counterpoint
25 Good news for a change
 

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