April 2011
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1 A stronger surgical seal
2 Powerlist: Banks
3 Asian investors eye Oregon properties, green cards
4 Timbers debut gets the money flowing
5 Lincoln City diversifies its economy
6 Mysterious wheat crop loss puzzles researchers
7 Help wanted ads plummet
8 Oregon economic indicators as of January 2011
9 Oregon's sin taxes vs. our neighbors
10 Trucking industry copes with rising costs
11 Boeing, First & Main top April 2011's Dealwatch list
12 Unpaid taxes burn a hole in the budget
13 E-waste industry helps boost jobs
14 Shooting revs up for Oregon's best TV and film year ever
15 Elemental takes off with iPad
16 Seaport stays airborne after losing Astoria
17 Geoloqi explores place-based apps
18 Preston Pulliams leads PCC to major growth
19 Education cuts, tax measures hurt
20 A break from skepticism
 

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