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Intel D1X could get delayed

Regulators are determining whether Intel should have gotten a new air quality permit before beginning work on D1X in 2010.

Marion County wants healthier corner stores

The Marion County Health Department partnered with seven corner stores in food deserts to provide better access to healthy food.

Pending home sales drop to lowest level in 9 months

The number of U.S. pending home sales fell in September to its lowest level in nine months, due to higher mortgage rates and home prices.

Cover Oregon paper applications rise

Cover Oregon is getting almost twice as many paper applications as electronic applications.

ForkFly startup relaunching as CloudEngage

Portland startup Forkfly is starting over as CloudEngage, with $2.5 million in backing. Forkfly connected newspapers and other traditional media with online advertising.

New NFL helmet rules could hurt Newberg company

Newberg-based Hydro Graphics recovered from the recession by creating eye-catching coatings for football helmets. But in August, the NFL ruled that players may only use one helmet during the season.

Women taking control of more Oregon farms

Increasingly, women are assuming leadership of Oregon family farms.