Researchers investigate what attacked thousands of acres of wheat in Eastern Oregon last fall—and whether it could happen again.
Total help-wanted ads placed in The Oregonian during 2010 represent only 7% of the total placed five years ago in 2006.
Oregon’s taxes on products deemed “sinful,” such as alcohol, cigarettes and perhaps gasoline given its pollution, vary widely compared to neighboring states.
A new gas tax and soaring crude prices are prompting Oregon truckers to innovate to protect their bottom lines while passing on as much cost as they can to consumers.
It’s tax time again, unless you happen to be one of the thousands of Oregonians who don’t pay taxes.
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