Redmond Airport to expand flight offerings | Print |  Email

A Central Oregon nonprofit, as well as local officials and businesses, are pursuing airlines.

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Nick Fish to examine Pembina's legal right to a hearing | Print |  Email

'I think at a certain point the integrity of the building is at stake,' the commissioner said after Charlie Hales abruptly pulled his support two weeks ago.

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Longshore union approves labor contract | Print |  Email

A move that ends the labor strife at West Coast ports comes too late for Portland.

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Oregon Senate bill aims to address antibiotic resistance | Print |  Email

If Senate Bill 920 passes, it would be the first in the nation regulating farmers' use of antibiotics.

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Charter agrees to buy Time Warner Cable | Print |  Email

The deal to create an Internet and cable television giant would be for $55.33 billion.

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Developer, state reach deal for unprecedented land swap | Print |  Email

The man who built the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort completes agreement for about 280 acres of public land on the southern coast.

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Bill introduced to cancel tax kicker | Print |  Email

Oregon Rep. Tobias Read (D-Beaverton) wants to use the extra money for budget reserve, education.

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Oregon senators promote new drone regulations | Print |  Email

Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley said the new rules could create jobs in Pendleton, Tillamook and Warm Springs.

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UO game wins Event of the Year at sports business event | Print |  Email

The Ducks game against Ohio State in the College Football Playoff drew more than 33 million viewers.

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Crook Co. hopes agritourism becomes the next big thing | Print |  Email

Inaugural Crooked River Open Pasture event series aims to provide a new revenue stream to the county in rural Oregon.

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What's the cost of vandalism in Oregon? | Print |  Email

The Oregon Department of Transportation says vandalism costs taxpayers $250,000 annually — in the Portland area alone.

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Business group urges compromise in Clean Fuels impasse | Print |  Email

As Republicans promise to stall a transportation package until the Clean Fuels program is amended, the Oregon Business Association is leaning on the legislature to end the standoff.

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Aerial spray bill to get legislative hearing | Print |  Email

Spraying companies gear up to defend industry-backed bill; whistleblower releases videos showing several alleged improprieties.

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Modern design defines new Portland indoor market

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An international architecture firm known for its design of the National September 11 Memorial Museum Pavilion in New York unveiled its plan this week for a modern indoor/outdoor food market at the foot of the Morrison Bridge in downtown Portland.


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