November 2010
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1 PSU prof develops law enforcement headsets
2 Powerlist: Health plan providers face reform challenges
3 Players angle for Portland casino
4 Portland is unprepared for a big earthquake
5 Ready or not, health reform is coming
6 Housing starts stall
7 Oregon economic indicators as of August 2010
8 Startup turns methanol and water into hydrogen
9 Port of Bandon reclaims seafood plant
10 Workers' comp costs fall over time
11 Richard Singer's vision for NW 23rd
12 Nike helps nonprofits from Oregon to Sudan
13 Counties, timber company exchange property
14 SAM Medical expands in Wilsonville
15 Geothermal investments heat up
16 David Evans gets NOAA contract
17 Injury ends football career, but leads to innovation
18 Oregon draws from California, exports to Washington
19 Projects spark energy in Eugene
20 Noble Coffee prospers in Ashland
21 Readers share recovery ideas
22 Getting down to work
 

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