Using a $1 million grant from the state, the project would provide emergency power to connected buildings in southeast Salem during an outage.
Heatwave sparks dozens of worker complaints; 14 suspected deaths
The state medical examiner released no details about the fatalities in Multnomah, Clackamas, Marion and Umatilla counties.
First significant rain in eight months forecasted for Salem this weekend
People cool off in the Willamette River at Wallace Marine Park on Saturday, June 26. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter) Salem residents this weekend can expect the first significant rainfall since January in a year that’s so far recorded hotter temperatures and less precipitation than normal. The city is expected to have[Read More…]
Oregonians are pessimistic about solving climate change, survey finds
People sat in Oregon State Capitol State Park while the cherry trees were blooming on March 17, 2020. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter) Oregonians are pessimistic about solving the worsening homelessness crisis and climate change, according to a recent statewide survey by the Oregon Values and Beliefs Center. Nearly three out of[Read More…]