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Patrick Lanning, Vice President of Chemeketa Community College, President of Yamhill Campus.

Sexual abuse claim leads to vice president’s paid leave

By Courier News Service An allegation of sexual abuse by a Chemeketa employee forced the college to put Patrick Lanning, the college’s vice president and chief academic officer, on paid administrative leave. A tort claim notice must be filed before a public entity can be

Storm softball team splits double-header

By Morgan Swaim – Photo by Ally McVey The Storm fell behind early in the first of two softball games against SW Oregon on April 26. But after all the adversity the players have handled this year, they knew that they were strong enough to

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Word of the Week 30 April 2014

Capricious Adjective Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior. Not logical or reasonable. Likely to change, or reacting to a sudden desire or new idea. “I packed for Oregon’s capricious weather: sunscreen, slicker, umbrella, parka, wetsuit, shorts, jeans, sandals, and a sweater.”

Eye of the Storm 30 April 2014

  Shary Sheldon Hometown: Portland Age: 57 Time at Chemeketa: Fourth year Last Book Read: Game of Thrones Words to live by: “Always make lists and goals, keep your mind busy, and have hobbies.” Profile: Shary is an accountant who takes classes at Chemeketa to

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What’s Happening 30 April 2013

What’s Happening Wednesday, April 30 Art Gallery – Rick Bartow, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Bldg. 3 Portland State University Expo – Dan Hayes, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Bldg. 2-179 Junto’s Club 1:30 to 3:00 p.m., Bldg. 2-232 Board Game Club Meeting, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., Bldg.

On The Spot 30 April 2014

If the Presidents leaves, do you think it will affect Chemeketa’s future? By Natalie Lieurance Jesus Montejano First-year general studies student “I didn’t know she might leave. I don’t think it will affect Chemeketa’s future.” Veronica Micek Fourth-year graphic design and visual communications student “I’m

President Roberts is offered Shoreline job and accepts position

By Matthew Skog – Photo by Brad Bakke A change in leadership is coming to Chemeketa. Late Monday night, Shoreline Community College’s Board of Trustees unanimously voted to offer Cheryl Roberts, Chemeketa’s current president, its top job. Roberts announced her decision to accept the Shoreline

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Got Crime 30 April 2014

April 4 Harassment At 10:28 a.m., a threat of harassment was leveled against an individual on the Salem campus. When an officer was dispatched, the suspect was already gone. The suspect appeared to be mentally unstable. April 4 Vehicle Theft A black 1993 Honda Accord