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Grimm boosts Portland

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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Filming on the TV show Grimm has been a big economic boost for Portland.

 

Cafe Yumm! opening branch in Seattle

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Eugene's Cafe Yumm! is opening its first restaurant outside Oregon near Pike Place Market in Seattle.

 

Migrant workers staying in Oregon

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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Migrant workers are starting to stay for years in one place in Oregon, boosting their children's education.

 

Downtown Coos Bay buildings settling

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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Three buildings in downtown Coos Bay have begun to droop, coming to the attention of city engineers.

 

Bob's Red Mill to expand

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Bob's Red Mill plans to open a new Clackamas distribution center in January 2014.

 

Trend of tiny apartments could come to Portland

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A Seattle architect wants to turn a big house into a lot of tiny apartments in Northeast Portland.

 

Bend business supplies kegs

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Bend startup Gopher Kegs fills a need for local breweries by supplying kegs.

 
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