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Intel, Washington County Tax Deal Receives Unanimous Approval

Washington County Commissioners and members of the Hillsboro City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve a $100 billion tax agreement for Intel Corp.

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Oregon Lens 2014 Filmmaker Profile: Boaz Frankel

Boaz Frankel, co-host and co-creator of The Pedal Powered Talk Show, conducts interviews from a desk attached to the front of a Metrofiets cargo bike.

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Marine Turned Novelist Brings Brutal, Everyday Work Of War Into Focus

Michael Pitre, author of Fives and Twenty-Fives, served two tours in Iraq. He says, "It was not glamorous and it's not SEAL Team 6; it's just work, and I wanted to tell a story about that."

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Arts & Life

Oregon Lens 2014 Filmmaker Profile: Lauren Paterson

Lauren Paterson, a multimedia journalism student, has two documentaries in this year’s Oregon Lens series: The Stewardess and 21st Century Monk. We talk with Paterson about her films, her inspiration and her future in filmmaking.

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Colorado's Pot Brownies Now Come With Instructions

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Nickel Creek: Tiny Desk Concert

Bronx Baker Turns Dominican Cakes Into A Sweet American Dream

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Environment

Washington Decision To Kill Wolves Stirs Controversy

The Washington department of Fish and Wildlife says its approval of killing several members of a wolf pack near Spokane came after non-lethal efforts were exhausted.

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Biologist: Trapping, Collaring Wolf OR-7 Could Take A While

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Oregon's Famous Wolf To Be Recollared

Northwest Researchers Work To Boost Geothermal Power

Biologists Discover Landlocked Chinook Salmon In Oregon

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