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Oregon agriculture booming, grower worries linger

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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Agriculture is the state's second largest economic sector, but farmers and processors worry about tighter food safety regulations.

 

Medford seeks 900 acres for rezoning

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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

The city may open land for housing and commercial use.

 

Former Typhoon CEO faces trial

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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Richard Lee Anderson pleaded not guilty to allegations that he stole money from the Portland Thai restaurant chain.

 

Redfin lists Concordia as top Portland neighborhood

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The online real-estate brokerage named the Northeast neighborhood the trendiest metro area.

 

Apple to build solar array in Central Oregon

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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

The California-based tech company plans to build a large solar array in Prineville.

 

Lawmakers discuss funding of CRC project again

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Oregon legislators debate financing the Columbia River Crossing bridge project without Washington.

 

1 in 4 Oregonians employed part-time

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In 2012 one-quarter of employed Oregonians worked fewer than 35 hours per week.

 
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