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1 Inventor builds manure fork out of obsession
2 Powerlist: MBA programs
3 Powerlist: Colleges and universities
4 Oregon economic indicators as of October 2009
5 Oregon's unemployment not the worst
6 Deal Watch: Ochoco to build wood pellet facility
7 Portland Harbor sinks under Superfund stigma
8 Ambition sparks Oregon Iron Works VP
9 Portland food carts push through recession
10 Bot detector targets cheaters
11 Eugene real-estate company grabs new markets
12 New publishing platform helps comic book artists
13 Sykes layoffs anticipated
14 Roseburg gets an incubator
15 Portland works toward efficient lighting
16 Helping farmers maximize crops
17 Cruise ship business flounders in Astoria
18 Unmanned plane business soars
19 Tillamook CEO reveals strategy for future
20 Reader input: Readers support tax reform, sales tax
21 The year in review
 

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