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Coal terminal request another permit delay | Print |  Email

Ambre Energy requested the Department of State Lands wait 30 days before deciding on the coal export terminal proposal in Boardman.

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Banishing oil burners reaps benefits for schools | Print |  Email
04.02.14 thumb co2schoolsBY APRIL STREETER | OB CONTRIBUTOR

Three years ago, PPS set out to begin to convert the 1930s-era boilers from diesel/bunker fuel to cleaner-burning natural gas. Oregon’s largest school district has realized impressive carbon dioxide emissions reductions, setting an example for public and private institutions.

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Intel looks beyond PCs | Print |  Email

The world's largest chipmaker established a $100 million fund in China focusing on products beyond personal computers.

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Oregon lawmakers oppose feds on growlers | Print |  Email

The ruling requires wine retailers to apply for status as wine bottling houses to fill growlers.

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Welch Allyn to lay off Beaverton workers | Print |  Email

The company will let go of 84 manufacturing workers.

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Cost of repairing Leaburg Dam rises | Print |  Email

The project will cost the Eugene Water & Electric Board $2.86 million.

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Battle flares over Astoria log exports | Print |  Email

Westerlund Log Handlers want to end its relationship with China National Buildings Materials Import & Export Co.

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Cover Oregon loses another leader | Print |  Email

Aaron Karjala, the health insurance exchange's top information technology manager, has resigned.

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Oregon food stamps, welfare numbers increased slightly | Print |  Email

The numbers of Oregonians relying on welfare and food stamps rose after long-term unemployment benefits ended in December.

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California company purchases Oregon winery | Print |  Email

Foley Family Wines acquired The Four Graces in the Dundee Hills of the Willamette Valley.

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Hardware store to occupy Hollywood Bowl site | Print |  Email

Orchard's Supply paid $7.5 million for the bowling alley.

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Greenbrier Cos. lobbies to build safer oil train tank cars | Print |  Email

The Lake Oswego manufacturer says it's ready to build new cars and retrofit old ones as fast as it can.

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Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad defies order to stop work | Print |  Email

The state ordered the company to stop rebuilding sections of the railroad because it lacks a permit to put material into the Salmonberry River.

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