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Personal Finance: Smart Saving And The Magic of Compounding

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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

As investors, we all worry about the performance of our portfolios. We worry whether our money will earn enough to help us meet our goals and if we are taking on enough (or too much) risk to grow that money over time. While these are valid concerns, they are ultimately beyond our control. Other than diversifying broadly to lower volatility and keeping investment and tax costs low to increase net gain, there is nothing we can do to determine the actual rate of return on our investments; the markets will ultimately decide this fate for us.

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College Admissions: How to Request and Get Fabulous Recommendation Letters

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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

How to request college recommendation letters in a manner that ensures the letters will prove the characteristics you want colleges to know about you, and strengthen your whole application.

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‘Painted Lady’ Limousine Raises Money For Local Charities

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

A vehicle that looks more like a prop for Portlandia is the brainchild of local humanitarian Frank Etxaniz and Lucky Limousine and Towncar Service. The “painted lady” limousine is providing a colorful avenue to raise money for local charities as well as transportation for children and families to local hospitals. 

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New Shops and Restaurants Coming to Portland Airport

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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

The Port of Portland signed 10-year leases on Wendesday for 11 new shops and restaurants coming to Portland International Airport. The shops are scheduled to arrive in early 2015. 

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Misconceptions About Stretching

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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Stretching is one of the easiest things in the world to do. In fact, if there was one non-life sustaining behavior that could be called universal among land-dwelling animals, it would be stretching.

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Courts Double the Number of Suspects Sent to State Mental Hospital

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Tuesday, September 09, 2014

The number of Oregonians charged with a crime and then sent to a mental institution has almost doubled in the last four years and it’s costing the state millions.

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Portland Is The 11th Best U.S. City For Pet Lovers

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Portland is the 11th best city for pet lovers, according to study by WalletHub that ranked the 100 largest cities in the United States based on their pet-friendliness. 

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STARDAR: The Art of Spotting Celebrities In Portland (And Other Unlikely Places)

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Tuesday, September 09, 2014

"Stardar." The mixing of two different words—stardom and radar—to create a whole new word that best exemplifies the ability to spot celebrities without actually stalking them. Stalking is not cool.

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Carla Axtman: Anti-Marijuana Event Organization ‘Reeks of Impropriety’

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Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Clatsop County District Attorney Josh Marquis is part of a series of events now under scrutiny for possible improper use of federal funds. The so-called “marijuana education” events include federal taxpayer dollars and reportedly have a distinctly anti-M91 bent.

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FIBA World Cup: Batum Needs To Do More Than Make his Threes

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Tuesday, September 09, 2014

As the FIBA World Cup has moved into the knockout rounds, Nicolas Batum's play for the French national team has remained stuck in the middle. He's contributing, but hardly setting the world on fire.

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