As the economic impact of the Coronavirus worsens, Chemeketa has to tighten its belt to continue operations. The state has announced massive budget cuts for public educational institutions like Chemeketa. The exact size of the cuts is not yet clear—the legislature will have the opportunity
As Marion County begins shifting into Phase 1 of reopening businesses and public life, restaurants have to adapt yet again to new restrictions.
In spite of the challenges created by COVID-19’s closures, Career and Technical Education (CTE) deans and students adapted to remote learning.
Chemeketa students could only order textbooks and supplies online this Spring 2020 term because of Oregon’s stay-at-home moratorium.
Chemeketa Community College welcomed two new deans, Timor Saffary and Marie Gabbard, onboard at the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year.
Student-parents at Chemeketa are finding individual approaches to a new way of learning.
Netflix is giving its viewers the chance to take advantage of their extra time indoors by adding old, must-see classic movies.
Escape from Tarkov (EFT), a not quite released game has captured the attention of the gaming world. A realistic survival shooter is not a new concept, however EFT has gone above and beyond anything that has come before.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic that started in late-February and early-March, many found themselves shut in with too much free time on their hands. Thankfully with the release Animal Crossing: New Horizons on March 20, players found a way to keep themselves occupied.
On Monday, more protestors gathered at the capitol building in Salem. The event was noticeably different from the demonstration on Saturday night in which some protestors vandalized capitol building monuments and damaged property at Salem Center Mall. While the police watched the event closely, none