CRC spent $175M

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Columbia River Crossing managers spent more than $175 million in public funds.

 

Oregon approves small business health insurance rates

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The Oregon Insurance Division approved rate requests for insurers that provide coverage to small businesses.

 

Brewfest plans to use real glasses

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The Oregon Brewers Festival plans to use actual glasses for the first time.

 

Legacy Health gives nutrition vouchers

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Legacy Health is giving patients vouchers to spend at a pop-up local and organic food store.

 

Nike app helps designers use sustainable materials

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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.

 
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