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.
Student-parents at Chemeketa are finding individual approaches to a new way of learning.
The COVID-19 epidemic has managed to affect everyone in one way or another, but as the government issues everyone to stay at home, we rely on essential workers to keep the economy running.
The swift change COVID-19 ushered in has been difficult to manage for many Chemeketa students, both in school and in their daily lives.
For a second time, protestors rallied at the Oregon state capitol building to protest the state’s Stay Home Save Lives initiative. Among those present were Oregon nurses and healthcare workers. Many simply showed up to more broadly protest against Oregon Governor Kate Brown. Others used
Even after the coronavirus officially canceled the spring season on March 17, David Abderhalden, the assistant athletic director, is not worried about sports. Coaches are encouraged to send their athletes workouts they can do from home, but “that movement has less to do with preparing
On Friday afternoon, hundreds of individuals, most staying in their cars, united in protest of Governor Kate Brown’s stay-home order. Individuals came from as far as Grants Pass to join the rally, which created traffic congestion downtown. “These shutdowns by the governors are illegal and
All classes at Chemeketa will be online for at least the first two weeks of spring term.