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Innovative tech companies want cities to allow change | Print |  Email

Tech companies pushing into Portland want the city to change their rules to enable new businesses and technologies.

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Doctors: highest paid positions in state agencies | Print |  Email

Oregon invests in doctors—they receive the highest salaries in the Department of Corrections, Oregon Health Authority, Oregon State Police and Oregon Medical Board.

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DEQ issues $7,800 penalty to Columbia Forest Products | Print |  Email

The company exceeded visual emission limits at its plywood mill.

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Scalable local news: The sniff test | Print |  Email
GoLocalBY MARK BLAINE | OB BLOGGER

Local news is valuable, but for nearly two decades, digital publishers have struggled to scale a sustainable local news product. Portland is about to be the testing ground for one of the next round of innovators as GoLocalPDX gears up to launch another local news website.

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Offshore Coos Bay wind farm proposal to receive $47M from feds | Print |  Email

Principle Power, Inc. will receive funding over the next four years from the U.S. Department of Energy.

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Jet Midwest wants to buy 'substantially all' Evergreen International assets | Print |  Email

The Kansas City-based company seeks to purchase all the assets, including aircraft and leases, for $4.28 million.

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Portland small business group endorses Deborah Kafoury | Print |  Email

The Small Business Political Action Committee aims to serve “as the conduit between the small business community and local and state government.”

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Largest Oregon credit union opens 3 new branches | Print |  Email

OnPoint Community Credit Union will open three new Portland branches this summer.

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West Linn to open small business resource center | Print |  Email

The "home base" for local small businesses will be located inside the West Linn Library.

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Sewer building prompts investigation | Print |  Email

The Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment Plant Support Facility cost taxpayers $8 million more than budgeted.

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Portland ready to pull plug on Siltronic district | Print |  Email

Mayor Charlie Hales is ready to kill the $200 million urban renewal plan of the Willamette industrial district.

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Google Fiber says no to Vancouver | Print |  Email

The Washington city will not be considered for the hyper-speed fiber network.

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SoloPower Systems misses monthly loan payments | Print |  Email

The North Portland solar power plant owes $238,000 for missing monthly payments.

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