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Mar 5, 2015 | via The Columbian
With the deep freeze that has inundated the eastern half of the United States contributing to the drop, prices for logs and lumber processed on the West Coast have dipped over the last couple of months. "There was a quick uptick in the market in late 2014, and that had a lot of people in the industry anticipating a good start to the new year," said Shawn Church, editor of Random Lengths, a Eugene-based publication that tracks the log and lumber businesses. Comment?
Wednesday May 20 | via OregonLive.com
Gov. Kate Brown on Tuesday brought some national attention to Oregon's housing crisis and one of her remedies for easing it - an ambitious request to borrow $100 million and build thousands of affordable units. Brown folded the plan in the preface she wrote for this year's version of the the the National Low Income Housing Coalition 's Out of Reach report, a state-by-state examination of the growing gap between wages and housing prices for low- and middle-income Americans. Comment?
Monday May 4 | via The Oregonian
There's a kitchen, bathroom, space for a washer and dryer, and two bedrooms in the loft area of the 196-square-foot house on wheels. It's about an eighth of the size of the Sherwood house she's renting now. Comment?
Apr 24, 2015 | via Washington Times
An Oregon commission proposed Friday levying a $135,000 fine against Aaron and Melissa Klein for refusing to provide a wedding cake for a same-sex marriage ceremony based on their Christian beliefs. Aaron and Melissa Klein , who are struggling to make ends meet after closing Sweet Cakes by Melissa in September 2013, received the 110-page proposed order Friday from the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries, which ruled against the couple in February. Comment?
Apr 15, 2015 | via The Oregonian
Oregon and 42 other states, along with the federal government, have reached a settlement a mortgage company they say helped would-be mortgage loan officers cheat on licensing exams. New Day Financial of Maryland, which conducted business as NewDay USA , will pay a $5.28 million penalty to be split between the states, and its CEO will be removed. Comment?
Apr 14, 2015 | via The Oregonian
Houses lingered on the market for less time in March -- about 75 days, on average -- than in February, RMLS reported. People seeking to buy a house in Portland faced longer odds in March than at any time since September 2005, the Regional Multiple Listing Service reported this week. Comment?
56 min ago | via Silicon Alley Insider
Chinese stocks suffered their worst one-day drop in months overnight, weekly jobless claims rose more than expected, and US stocks fell for the second time this week. Economic data was light ahead of the big revision of Q1 Gross Domestic Product tomorrow. Comment?
1 hr ago | via KSL-TV
Investigators recovered multiple guns as well as a fake training gun from the empty model home where police said a Georgia sheriff shot and critically wounded a woman, according to law enforcement documents. Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill faces a misdemeanor charge of reckless conduct in the May 3 shooting, which critically wounded real estate agent Gwenevere McCord, 43, Gwinnett County police have said. Comment?
11 min ago | via TheStreet.com
Declining home-loan volumes and non-virtual customer traffic has forced the bank to begin laying off mortgage workers and tellers, according to the Journal 's sources. The cuts are part of the company's previously announced plan to reduce $4.8 billion in expenses from its consumer and investment banking businesses. Comment?
11 min ago | via TheStreet.com
NEW YORK -- It's been seven years since Lehman Brothers collapsed in a $700 billion bankruptcy and became the poster child of the financial crisis. The CNBC 'Fast Money Halftime' trading panel weighed in on comments that its former CEO Dick Fuld made at micro cap conference as well as the consolidation in the chip industry following Avago Technologies' . Comment?
15 min ago | via Xinhuanet
U.S. stocks pared part of early losses to end mildly lower on Thursday, as Wall Street pondered over impacts of renewed worries about Greece debt crisis . The Dow Jones Industrial Average dipped 36.87 points, or 0.20 percent, to 18,126.12. Comment?
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