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Yearly Archives: 2019

Fire at Salem Health ignites heavy emergency response

By Kaitlyn Wimmer At 6:40 a.m. on Thursday Aug. 8, fire alarms sounded inside Salem Health as a three-alarm fire started in an elevator shaft in the south side of Building B, according to Deputy Chief of Operations of Salem Fire, Brett Loomis and President

Chemeketa splits department

For the upcoming Fall term, Chemeketa plans to split the Math and Science department, a choice coming in the wake of a budget crisis which has caused the school to lay-off multiple employees.

Spider-Man: Far From Home – a web of grief

Coming into Spider-man: Far From Home fresh from the heavy weight of Endgame will feel like a punch in the face. Tonally, both movies are exceptionally different. Within the first minute, Spider-man: Far From Home establishes itself as an entirely different movie. It’s only fitting,

A requiem for a life worth living

On April 1, a teenage girl stood out on Marion Bridge. As hours passed and traffic backed up, Salem Police spoke with the young girl until she stepped back to safety. Although this story has a happy ending, the Salem-Keizer School District has been plagued

A groundbreaking addition to Chemeketa

“Agriculture is crucial to Oregon’s economy,” said President Julie Huckestein. “We want to create a hub for ag industry and community partners. We want to be able to inspire collaboration and innovation.”

Cascadia: a flag and a following

Bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the West and the Continental Divide to the East, stretching from Alaska’s Prince William Sound into the Klamath River in California, is the bioregion called Cascadia.