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Port of Portland export terminal to expand | Print |  Email

Canpotex Limited, which operates the facility at Terminal 5, plans to invest $140 million to improve its efficiency.

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Old Town Chinatown building to get $20M revamp | Print |  Email

The 117-year-old Whidden & Lewis Building renovation is scheduled to begin next year.

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Eugene wants public comment about taxing marijuana | Print |  Email

The city will hold a public hearing to ask residents if it should impose a municipal tax on recreational marijuana.

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Portland may allow 'Airbnb-style' rentals in apartments, condos | Print |  Email

Residents—whether they rent or own the unit—could apply for a permit to rent out a bedroom in their home for less than 30 days.

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Innovation: a critique | Print |  Email
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A Design Week panel discussion raises questions about how innovative we really are.

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Nike fulfills pact with Oregon | Print |  Email

The sportswear company has created more than 2,000 jobs in the state in the past two years.

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Vigor Industrial to meet with North Portland neighbors | Print |  Email

The shipbuilder will discuss the ways the company plans to reduce emissions and odors from their 64-acre Swan Island facility.

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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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