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Notes of ashtray or campfire in your pinot? Vineyards say smoky weather from this year’s wildfires could leave lasting mark on wines.
Worker rights advocates say unpredictable schedules, and dreaded "clopenings," take a toll on employees.
Cyclists in Oregon will soon pay a tax for their new wheels — the first bike tax in the nation.
The tight labor market is making it harder to hire without raising pay significantly.
Farmers are renting out their fields to eager eclipse watchers.
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One company tried to book the entire hotel four years out.
Oregon is the first state to pass such a law.
The program in southern Oregon uses volunteer work and clean eating to get parents clean.
Oregonians head to the polls amidst the state's glowing financial health. How'd it get here?