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Ashton Eaton celebrates clearing the bar in the pole vault portion of the decathlon during day three of the U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene in July.

Ashton Eaton celebrates clearing the bar in the pole vault portion of the decathlon during day three of the U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene in July.

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  • We talk about some of the latest regional business news with Portland Business Journal editor Suzanne Stevens.
  • Oregon Shakespeare Festival has commissioned a series of plays that aim to do for American history what Shakespeare’s canon did for British history. Is it possible? Linfield College English professor Daniel Pollack-Pelzner and “American Revolutions” director Alison Carey discuss.
  • OPB’s Amanda Peacher fills us in on an vote to recall Grant County Commissioner Boyd Britton.
  • Usain Bolt may have dominated the men’s 100 meters, but many of the rest of the Olympic track events are dominated by athletes from the Pacific Northwest. NPR’s Tom Goldman fills us in on some highlights from Rio.
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