Nike app helps designers use sustainable materials

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Friday, July 05, 2013

Nike came out with a new app that helps designers source environmentally responsible materials.

 

Gas prices fall

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The national average for gas prices has fallen for 21 days straight.

 

Craft breweries turn to cans

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More and more craft beers are being packaged in cans.

 

Oregon chefs hunt for free-range meat

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Top Oregon chefs tried their hand at hunting at Nicky USA's organic game-bird and rabbit-raising farm outside of Aurora.

 

'Grand bargain' fails

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Wednesday, July 03, 2013

The "grand bargain" of tax increases and PERS cuts failed in the Oregon Senate.

 

Oregon moves ahead with college funding plan

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Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Oregon's legislature is moving ahead with a plan to let students attend college with no money down.

 

Firefighters battle blazes in Eastern Oregon

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Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Firefighters are fighting a 0% contained wildfire in Eastern Oregon near Lake Owhyee that they hope to contain by July 6.

 
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