Opportunity initiative would create college fund for Oregon students | Print |  Email

Measure 86, also known as the Oregon Opportunity Initiative, would require the Legislature to create a fund dedicated to providing financial aid to Oregon students who are attending college or enrolling in technical training programs.

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Rick Steves starts tour for pot measure | Print |  Email

The European travel guru will speak about the legalization of marijuana as proposed in Measure 91.

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10 Barrel opening in the Pearl delayed | Print |  Email

The Bend-based brewery experienced construction permitting delays that pushed the project back by months.

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Most Oregon high school students unready for college | Print |  Email

Only 46% of Oregon public high school students who took the SAT scored at the level officials say indicates a student is prepared for college.

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Lithia Motors builds $16M project in Salem | Print |  Email

The dealership is constructing a 10-acre site along Salem Parkway to house its Honda, BMW and Volkswagen stores.

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Consumer Cellular plans national rollout at Target | Print |  Email

The Tigard-based cell phone company will stock its phones at more than 1,800 Target stores across the country.

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Nike, Pendleton unveil latest footwear collaboration | Print |  Email

Nike and Pendleton Woolen Mills introduced a new "Oregon-centric" line.

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U.S. Bank donates $1M to PCS | Print |  Email

Portland Center Stage received a philanthropic gift from the Minnesota-based bank.

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eBay strives for recognition in Portland | Print |  Email

The company says it's struggling to attract attention in Rose City's tech community.

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Laika re-signs with Focus Features | Print |  Email

The Hillsboro animation studio agreed to a distribution deal with Focus Features for its next three films.

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Opal Labs raises $8M | Print |  Email

The Portland-based startup landed the funds during its first-ever venture round.

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Oregon drone operators eager for FAA approval | Print |  Email

The Federal Aviation Administration must craft a drone policy by September 2015.

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Beaverton manufacturer opens doors to students | Print |  Email

Vernier Software & Technology brought high school students on a behind-the-scenes tour of the facility.

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