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1 Wood waste flour could create a new building material
2 Powerlist: Commercial real estate
3 Oregon economic indicators as of February 2010
4 PDX hits some turbulence
5 Deal Watch: Credit unions enter $5 billion merger
6 Marijuana goes mainstream in Southern Oregon
7 Why Hollywood Video failed
8 Oregon's 3-D expertise could create a promising new cluster
9 Portland couple sets up in Shanghai
10 Genentech invests $400 million in Oregon
11 Rogue Ales expands its borders
12 Libraries are flooded with visitors
13 Farmers markets draw different customers
14 Klamath drought takes toll on area farmers
15 Oregon coastal tourism is picking back up
16 Geothermal interest heats up in Oregon
17 Wind farm construction puts stress on eastern railway yard
18 Possible figure skating payoff keeps PDX on its toes
19 Umpqua Bank expands during recession
20 Bend Research reinvents itself under CEO Rod Ray
21 Oregon voters are unimpressed with the state's political leadership
22 May issue features China, 3-D, marijuana and Hollywood Video
 

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