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Rudy Crew angered by low aspirations

Oregon's chief education officer Rudy Crew says many of the state's school boards and superintendents are aiming too low on their first yearly "achievement compacts."

Oregon wineries expect good vintage

Despite recent triple digit temperatures, Oregon wineries expect a good vintage this year.

Port plans $4.7M payment to cover losses

The Port of Portland plans a $4.7 million repayment to the operator of its container terminal to cover losses from longshore labor problems.

Cascade Locks mayor supports Nestlé plant

Cascade Locks Mayor Lance Masters announced his support for a proposed $50 million Nestlé bottling plant in the town.

Columbia Sportswear partners with China-based company

Columbia Sportswear is forming a joint venture with Swire Resources to expand sales in China.

Washington County restaurant joins farm-to-fork trend

Rock Creek Corner says it is the first restaurant in Washington County to grow its own produce.

Oregon firms struggle to fill jobs

Despite high unemployment, Oregon businesses are struggling to fill jobs that require specialized skills and advanced education.