Washington, Oregon governors support scaled-down CRC

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The governors of Oregon and Washington expressed support for a scaled-down, $650 million cheaper Columbia River Crossing.

 

Oregon settles with target of probe for $1M

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Thursday, August 08, 2013

The state of Oregon is paying $1 million to a former Department of Energy official whose career was affected by a botched investigation.

 

Hillsboro company hauls oil equipment past protesters

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Hillsboro-based Omega Morgan is hauling oil equipment to Canada's controversial oil fields past protesters.

 

Next wave of gentrification hits East Portland

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Gentrification is spreading to East Portland neighborhoods between 82nd Avenue and Interstate 205.

 

Food-makers settle in East Multnomah County

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Food processors are increasingly locating in the area between east Portland and Gresham.

 

Coos Bay Kmart closing permanently

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The Coos Bay Kmart is closing permanently Nov. 8 after 40 years in business.

 

Coburg seeking old Monaco site tenant

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One of Lane County's biggest economic development projects is getting a public hearing in Coburg next week.

 
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