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.

 

Oregon's wine industry exceeds 500 wineries

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Oregon's wine industry had more than 500 wineries and produced more than 50,000 tons in 2012.

 

Trader Joe's is mystery NE Portland grocer

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Trader Joe's is the grocer that would anchor a development on Portland Development Commission-owned land in northeast Portland.

 

Portland approves $20M loan for PNCA HQ

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The Portland Development Commission approved a $20.3 million loan package for the Pacific Northwest College of Art.

 

Urban Airship refocuses business

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Portland startup Urban Airship is refocusing its business and trimming jobs to face a more competitive market.

 

Eugene residents adjust to plastic bag ban

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Six months after its implementation, Eugene residents are adjusting to the city's plastic bag ban.

 
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