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  • Construction notices

    W-bound lane of Newport >< Awbrey Rd and 9th, closed for paving. Flaggers, detours 7a-4p (9/17)
    Utility work in the alley-ways around Broadway, Congress and Louisiana. 7a-4p (9/15-19)
    Murphy Road closed from 3rd Street to Parrell; Detour to Badger Road (> 9/19)
    Reed Market Road will be reduced to one lane EASTBOUND ONLY for the duration of the Project...West Bound Lane will be detoured from 9th Street to 3rd Street  (8/31/15)



  • Good Jobs Number

    US stocks are higher building on the Dow’s record close Wednesday after the Fed decided not to change its guidance for keeping interest rates low. (CNBC)

    Last week the financial media was casting, what we thought was unwarranted, doom and gloom as the weekly jobless claims number took a small jump upward. This week we were proved right as the weekly jobless claims fell to 280,000, its lowest level since May 2007.  (Fox Business News)

    ConAgra Foods, with the Hunt’s, Swiss Miss and Hebrew National brands, reported quarterly profits down almost 17% from last year.  Despite the decline the company sees improving business fundamentals. (Business Wire)

    Two-thirds of workers recently surveyed by CareerBuilder said they don’t aspire to leadership or management positions. Only 7% said they’re aiming for senior or C-level management. Reasons for this lack of career drive is that a majority of respondents say they’re satisfied with their current job. Others say they don’t want to sacrifice their work life balance for anything more taxing. Seventeen percent say they don’t have the necessary education to move up in their careers. (The Fiscal Times)

    The US dollar has been climbing for 10 weeks, marking its longest rally in 17 years, spurred by expectations for rising interest rates next year and easing by other major central banks. A strengthening dollar is good for the consumer making imports cheaper, but could be bad for jobs as the price of our exports climb. (Wall Street Journal)

  • Mariners Shut Out By Angels, 5-0

    (Seattle, WA)  --  The Seattle Mariners are two games back in the AL Wild Card race after being shut out by the Los Angeles Angels, 5-0.  Starting pitcher James Paxton pitched six-and-two-thirds scoreless innings before giving up three runs in the seventh.  The Mariners managed only one hit on the night.  Seattle will try to even the four-game series with the Angels tonight.

  • Timbers Earn Champions League Win

    (Portland, OR)  --  The Portland Timbers are closer to advancing in the Champions League tournament after defeating CD Olimpia, 4-2, at Providence Park.  Maximiliano Urruti scored two goals in the match, and Will Johnson and Rauwshan McKenzie each tallied one goal.  The victory puts the Timbers in position to win Group Five of the Champions League.  They'll host Alpha United next Tuesday, and will play in Honduras against Olimpia on October 21st.

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