Father-son team launch Burlingame Bikes

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The Southwest Portland retail and repair shop targets European bikes and accessories.

 

Plans for Klamath Falls biomass plant collapse

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Stakeholders were concerned about environmental effects and the possibility that the company would lose federal funding.

 

Dallas firm acquires Lloyd Center

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The buyer, Cypress Equities Real Estate Investment Management, owns retail, residential and mixed-use properties in 20 states.

 

Hillsboro businesses may gain reprieve from weather protection requirements

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Downtown Hillsboro merchants may soon have the choice to remove large, obstructive awnings from their storefronts.

 

PERS uncertainties lead to retirement rush

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Public sector retirements are up 54 percent this year as Oregon legislature seeks pension reform.

 

Home health industry faces big cuts

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Oregon's rural home health providers don’t make as much as they should from serving Medicare patients, and the state’s providers overall are slated for a big hit next year.

 

Klamath water shut-off begins for some ranchers

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Some ranchers in the drought-stricken upper Klamath Basin will have to shut off their irrigation to satisfy the needs of the Klamath Tribes.

 
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