James Daniel Wolfe, better known as J.D. to those around Chemeketa, passed away on Dec. 19, 2019, leaving behind a legacy his co-workers will not soon forget.
The Chemeketa Community College board of education voted in favor of a tuition increase for the fifth year in a row Wednesday night.
“I thought I would choose beginnings [as a topic] because it seemed appropriate since I just started here at Chemeketa,” said Howard.
For the end of the 2019 fall term, Kerry Burtis, director of Chemeketa’s music program, led the concert choir in a stirring holiday recital with a political focus.
Jessica Howard, Chemeketa’s newly selected president, celebrated her three-month anniversary at the college by discussing her long term goals with the Courier.
In honor of national Count Your Buttons Day on Oct. 21, Chemeketa Press instructional editor Stephanie Lenox read a small collection of poems for Soapbox Poetry.
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.
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,
“I’m absolutely thrilled to be here,” said Howard, “I’m very excited to meet the community and get to work.”
“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.”