Cover Oregon board puts director on notice

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Friday, November 15, 2013

The Cover Oregon board put director Rocky King on notice, demanding clear information on when the website will work.

 

Converse chooses Portland ad shop

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Converse named Portland advertising agency Nemo Design its North American agency of record for retail.

 

Portland goats prepare to move

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Friday, November 15, 2013

The popular herd of goats in Southeast Portland is looking for a new site that's publicly accessible.

 

Downtown Portland preps for holiday shoppers

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Friday, November 15, 2013

Downtown Portland retailers are prepared for an influx of money from holiday shoppers.

 

Oregon last for health insurance sign-ups

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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Oregon is dead last among 48 states reporting for the number of people whose health insurance applications had been processed.

 

Oregon begins shipping Christmas trees

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The first shipments of trees are on their way to Puerto Rico, Mexico, Guam and Hawaii from Holiday Tree Farm, the largest Christmas tree farm in Oregon.

 

LNG terminal opposition cools

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After years of opposition to proposed liquified natural gas terminals in Oregon, the tide is turning.

 
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