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UO to break ground on $50 rec facility

Students approved a $50 million expansion of the Student Recreation Center, to break ground in July.

Salem may give rehab center tax break

Backers of a proposed medical rehabilitation center have asked the city for a 10-year waiver on property taxes.

Cannon Beach weighs land purchase

City officials consider buying 55 acres above tsunami zone for school, emergency shelters.

Manufacturing propels Oregon to top 3 in growth of GDP

Oregon's 2012 GDP growth was 3.95 percent, slower only than North Dakota and Texas.

Pacific Seafood has good news for workers after fire

Workers will continue to receive pay and benefits after the fire in Warrenton.

ODOT cites eminent domain for Bend land

The Oregon Department of Transportation wants Les Schwab Tire Centers to sell land needed for a $45 million overhaul of U.S. Highway 97.

Precision flyer warns about moving jobs to Mexico

An unsigned flier distributed to workers voting on unionization suggests the company will send work to Mexico.