Oregonian aims to make Dining section more appealing to budget-conscious readers

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“There has long been a feeling, inside the paper and among readers, that our coverage has been slightly more high-end and Portland-centric than the way the average newspaper reader eats,” says Oregonian A&E editor DeAnn Welker. “People are spending less money on everything now, including eating out, and we want to honor that.” || Welker to dismissed freelancer: “We are radically changing the way we cover dining and restaurants.”
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