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Oregon outdoor recreation a $13B industry

Visitors spend $12.8 billion a year in Oregon, according to a new study by the Outdoor Industry Association.

Immigrant tuition bill heads to governor

The Oregon Senate voted to let young immigrants pay resident college tuition no matter how they were brought to the U.S. as children.

Tigard company gets approval for eye-dilation product

Tigard-based Paragon BioTeck secured federal approval for a chemical solution to dilate pupils.

Oregon gains reputation for great pinot noir

The Willamette Valley's reputation for pinot noir is expanding, helping drive economic development in the area.

Washington County considers food-composting

Washington County is considering piloting its own commercial food-waste collection in Tigard, Tualatin and Durham.

Portland company reworks the sewing pattern

Portland-based Colette Patterns owner Sarai Mitnick designs better sewing patterns.

Salem company makes tape for freezing conditions

Salem-based UltraTape Industries introduced a new product to use in freezing conditions.