The Sprague High School Class of 1982 got a tour of the building as part of a weekend reunion. A renovation and expansion of the school is wrapping up this fall.
A special exhibit from the state archives, on display at the Oregon State Fair, showcases promotional photos featuring iconic Oregon scenery from the state Highway Department’s tourism promotion efforts almost a century ago.
For years, local firefighters and paramedics have taught CPR in middle schools. Now, that training will be accessible in eight other languages.
The Boys and Girls Club’s annual fundraiser in Salem returns starting Friday, with over 100 local beers on tap at the convention center.
Elderberry Wisdom Farm, a three-year-old Salem nonprofit, works to train Native Americans in agriculture, horticulture and ecology while preserving cultural traditions.
Catch the dancers, art and activities that filled Englewood Park on Saturday.
The Thursday afternoon celebration features art and architecture tours, cotton candy, games, dance and story performances and of course, a 70s costume party.
Salem kids and teens on Sunday can learn tips for riding bikes and keeping them in good condition at the Salem Police Department’s Bicycle Rodeo. The event is for ages 5-18 and covers basic and advanced skills, road safety, and bicycle maintenance. “Participants should bring their bike and helmet, but[Read More…]
After a successful spring season, the club received a $20,000 grant for more adaptive equipment and an assistant who will help run the second season.
Nearly 46 years ago, Nancy Lewis made a few batches of monster cookies for the bike ride she and her husband Larry started in Salem. On August 28, the Monster Cookie Metric Century will return – and there will be cookies. The Salem Bicycle Club offers the race which includes[Read More…]