Minority-owned farms grow near Portland

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Although the humber of total farms has stayed about the same, Washington County's minority-operated farms have increased eightfold since 1974.

 

Yogi Tea stays on track

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Despite litigation and restructuring over Yogi Tea's previous management, the East West Tea Co. is doing well.

 

Oregon City proposes new budget

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Oregon City officials are considering a new budget with a potential increase in property taxes.

 

EmX moves forward

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Lane Transit District will soon begin surveying along the controversial west Eugene EmX route to prepare for construction.

 

Natural Grocers opening in Salem

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Colorado-based grocery chain Natural Grocers opens its Salem store tomorrow, adding competition to the area's organic food industry.

 

Rain hurting Oregon strawberries

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Oregon rain is causing an early harvest and wide-spread rotting for strawberry crops.

 

Portland home prices rise

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One year after hitting a housing crash low, Portland-area home prices rebounded in March.

 
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