A Climate of Faith


Corban University’s new agricultural program will teach creation science — but also how to adapt farming practices to a changing climate.

OBHealth Care

The Vet Emergency

The pandemic worsened working conditions for veterinarians, who have been pushed to the brink with increased workloads. But COVID-19 is also forcing employers to address the mental-health crisis afflicting the...

OBReal Estate

Developers See Opportunity In Downtown Portland

The city center could look much different after its recovery. 


Downtime with Tobias Read

Live, work and play with State Treasurer Tobias Read

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Biden Administration Accelerates State Climate Solutions

Environmental disasters and new federal policy spike demand for renewable energy. 


The Columbia-Umpqua Not-Quite Merger, Explained

Experts say the Columbia-Umpqua union isn’t as strange as it seems, and gives Oregon companies, and smaller Oregon banks, new opportunities.  

Restaurants and Retail

Holiday Markets Welcome Pandemic Entrepreneurs

Seasonal craft markets see an uptick in vendor applications, with many crafters saying COVID-19 prompted them to start new businesses.

Professional Services

Longstanding creative services agency rebrands as For Good & Co.

The creative services agency once known as Henry V says its new focus is on collaboration — regardless of medium


Onward Eugene and Oregon Bioscience Announce Partnership

The Eugene-based business accelerator and the bioscience association plan to turn Eugene into the state’s bioscience startup hub. 

Energy and Environment

OSHA Investigating 117 Workplace Complaints Made Due to Heat Wave

Five Oregonians died during record-shattering temperatures — though only two have been linked to heat.