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    US 97 between Pinebrook and the 3rd Street/Business 97 exit; bridge construction in the median and shoulders. (7am-4pm)
    US 20 in Sisters, Construction zone,
    Full road closure with detours Reed Mkt Rd from Fargo Lane to Daly Estates Dr./Camelot Pl.
    Lane shift at 1st and Greenwood 8am-3pm (4/10-16)
    Flaggers, utility work SW 18th & Knoll, to Forest Ridge and 17th. 7am-4pm (3/31-4/25)
    Flaggers, lane closures NE 4th and Vail Ave (South of the Post Office) 7am-4pm (3/31-4/17)
    Flaggers, Utility work, Ithaca Ave. 7am - 4pm (4/16)
    NIGHTWORK, Flaggers, S. Hwy 97 from Powers Rd to China Hat 8PM-4AM (4/15-17)
    Flaggers, utility work, 1881 Aldridge. 7am - 4pm, (4/16-17)
    Flaggers, utility work, NW Talapus just W of Skyliner Summit Loop 7am-6pm (4/16-17)
    CLOSED, Florida Ave <> Sizemore & Harriman, utility work, 7am-4pm (4/18)
     

 

 

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  • It Is An Earnings Feast

    Today is the last day of trading for the week as investors get ready to celebrate Easter.  The history of the Good Friday shutdown, the only non-federal holiday the markets are closed, is posted on the Northwest Quadrant Wealth Management Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/northwestquadrantwealth Today we get a boat load of earnings news.

    General Electric saw profits fall 16% in Q1 as they saw a slump in their transportation business that sells locomotives.  GE is currently in the process of selling their credit card business that many believe is a burden to its core business growth. (Reuters)

    IBM revenue was down 4% and profits fell 21% during the first quarter as its hardware sector continues to struggle.  The company is currently selling its low end server business to Lenovo. Their software business posted gains. (Associated Press)

    Investment bank Goldman Sachs saw profits and revenue fall last quarter but not as much as the street expected. A decline in trading revenue was the biggest drag on the companies still robust $2.26 billion profit. (Wall Street Journal)

    PepsiCo sales popped 4% last quarter and profits jumped 13% as their snack business did well.  Snack business growth in Latin America was up 5%.  But, like their competitor Coke North American soda sales fell. (Associated Press)
     

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  • Blazers Close Out Regular Season With Win Over Clippers

    (Portland, OR)  --  The Portland Trail Blazers are heading into the NBA playoffs on a five-game winning streak after holding off the Los Angeles Clippers, 110-104.  As both teams rested key players, Portland was led in scoring by Will Barton, who had a career-high 23 points.  Portland is seeded fifth in the Western Conference, and will play the Rockets in a first-round series starting Sunday in Houston.

  • Seahawks Re-sign Sidney Rice

    (Renton, WA)  --  Wide Receiver Sidney Rice will be a Seattle Seahawk for another season.  Hours after he reportedly visited with the New York Jets, Rice signed a one-year deal with the Seahawks, who released him in February in a salary-cap move.  He missed most of last season after suffering a torn ACL midway through.  Rice proclaimed earlier this week that he's recovered from the injury and is ready to return.

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