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Cover Oregon hiring 400 to process paper applications

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Cover Oregon will hire 400 temporary workers to process paper applications while its website is being fixed.

 

Evergreen Airlines closing down

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Evergreen International Airlines will be closing effective Nov. 29.

 

Economy adds 204,000 jobs in October

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The U.S. economy added 204,000 jobs in October, higher than expected.

 

Portland City Club criticizes property tax

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The City Club of Portland released a report calling on Oregonians to repeal three ballot measures that it says turned the state's property tax into a "Frankentax."

 

Food distributor closing Gresham warehouse

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Arizona-based Systems Services of America is closing its Gresham warehouse in February and will lay off its 78 employees.

 

Keen introduces first clothing line

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Portland-based Keen footwear launched a clothing line last week.

 

Ochoco Arms wins VC funding

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Prineville-based Ochoco Arms CEO Sam Lambert designed a multi-laser shotgun sighting system, winning the $10,000 prize at the Bend Venture Conference.

 
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