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Chemeketa Officers Teach Young Children About 911

Chemeketa Officers Teach Young Children About 911 By Matthew Skog Photos by Brad Bakke In an emergency, we all know to call 911.  But we all had to learn that number somewhere. Children enrolled in Chemeketa’s Early Child Development Center received a lesson about dialing

Chemeketa’s two top administrators are finalists for other jobs

Chemeketa’s two top  administrators are  finalists for other jobs By Brad Bakke An air of change is in the halls of Chemeketa. Cheryl Roberts, Chemeketa’s president, and Patrick Lanning, the college’s vice president, are both finalists for the top jobs of community colleges in Washington

ASC opprotunities

                  ASC offers students an opportunity to lead By Amanda McTiernan The Associated Students of Chemeketa function as the college’s student government. The non-profit student-led organization represents the interest of students as well as facilitating communication between

Paul Evans

Paul Evans runs for House Seat 20 By Bailey Garfield Paul Evans, a Chemeketa communications instructor, is running for a seat in the Oregon House of Representatives. Evans, a Democrat and decorated military veteran who teaches speech classes, announced his candidacy on Jan. 16 for

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President Cheryl Roberts’ Welcome

One of the reasons we attend college is to make something new of ourselves. For some of us it might be an extreme makeover, for others it might be a tune up. Whether it is acquiring new knowledge or new job skills, at Chemeketa you

Chemeketa Remembers the Fallen

By Ramon Camacho The gray skies and chilly, rainy, typical Oregon spring weather appeared to hold off as Chemeketa students, staff, and veterans assembled to celebrate the Veterans’ Club Memorial Day celebration in the Quad next to Bldg. 9 on May 30. Among those present

Chemeketa navigates a gift to Garmin

By Brad Bakke On May 29, Chemeketa officials visited Garmin AT in Salem to offer a thank-you gift. During the past year, Garmin has donated nearly $400,000 in electrical equipment and computer components to the college’s electronics department. Garmin AT is the expanded aviation division