Essential Health closing clinics

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Essential Health Clinic, which provided free medical care to uninsured patients, is closing its Hillsboro and Tigard clinics.

 

Oregon's largest counties growing

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Oregon's most populous counties are growing, and rural areas continue to see residents leave.

 

Oregon wildlife center buys Wayne Newton's animals

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A Nevada bankruptcy court approved the sale of Wayne Newton's 280 exotic animals to an Oregon wildlife center for $27,300.

 

Court foreclosures up in Oregon

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Court foreclosures rose 67% from January to February in Oregon.

 

Boardman plant produces first biofuels

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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

ZeaChem's Boardman plant produced its first biofuel from locally sourced biomass materials.

 

Bill would increase cigarette tax by $1 in Oregon

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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Oregon is considering raising cigarette taxes by $1 a pack.

 

Kitzhaber signs CRC bill

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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Gov. John Kitzhaber signed a bill authorizing $450 million in bonds to pay for Oregon's share of the Columbia River Crossing.

 
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