Suburu relocating distribution facility to Gresham

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Car company expects to fill 30 to 50 positions at facility in Portland suburb.

 

Oregon's sixth-largest private company sells

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Knowledge Universe has been acquired by Swiss company, Partners Group.

 

Portland mayor gears up for re-election battle with developers' money

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Charlie Hales' latest contributions report shows donations from area builders.

 

Agencies scramble to help fish amid drought

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Warm water, low levels, lead to high death rates for trout and salmon in the West.

 

Naturopathic doctors, patients sue Health Net for discrimination

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Wednesday, July 08, 2015

A class-action suit has been filed in federal court alleging the insurer is improperly denying coverage.

 

NW states represent highest spike in home prices

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Oregon, Washington rank in the top-five for fastest-increasing home prices.

 

Oregon aims to provide free community college

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If bill is signed into law, Oregon will become second state in country to cover community college costs.

 
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