Pot committee reaches impasse that threatens its existence

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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Failure to reach resolution on a medical marijuana issue means the committee could be dissolved.

 

Southern Oregon officials tout growth in tourism industry

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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

 Rogue Valley area cities say the area has become a hot spot for monied travelers from Northern California, Portland and Seattle.

 

Groups react to Obama's Portland visit

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Monday, May 11, 2015

Wine industry supports TPP; Obama hopes speech will sway reluctant allies in Congress.

 

Convention Center hotel foes offered land plot to drop suit

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Metro tried to placate foes by trading a plot of land, worth $2.5 million, for a pledge to drop lawsuits.

 

Stumptown Coffee owner aims to sell

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The private equity firm that bought the brand in 2011 is considering selling the brand.

 

Portland tops list of best beer cities

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Thrillist ranks Portland ahead of San Diego, Denver and Seattle.

 

Mt. Bachelor closes early

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May 10 marks earliest closure date for the ski resort in nearly 40 years.

 
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