The new executive director of Oregon’s largest agricultural advocacy and lobbying group wants to grow membership and shrink regulations.
As legislators return to the Oregon Capitol, city leaders are pushing for bills that would help Salem balance its budget and get regular payments from the state for the extra fire and medical costs incurred from being the state capital.
Monday, Jan. 16 is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and Salem plans to celebrate his life with volunteer events, guest lectures and a car march.
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Mitchell Daniel Kuenzi, 23, was declared dead at the scene of the crash near Northeast Downs Road Wednesday morning, according to the Oregon State Police.
The budget committee met Wednesday evening to discuss the next five years of funding firefighters, city streets and more. “We literally have wrung this system and organization dry,” said City Manager Keith Stahley.
The lawsuit filed Tuesday alleges state officials knew Gerardo Trujillo-Torres, now 18, had assaulted others and was involved in a gang when they paroled him. He is now charged with killing one person and seriously injuring another in a Salem shooting.
Up to $1 billion in federal funding for broadband could be coming to the state.
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“Camp Turmoil” is the story of three brothers whose plans for a fun summer camp on the site of an abandoned theme park go awry. Author Hudson Siemens, a Four Corners Elementary School student, self-published the book through Amazon.