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Salem veteran gets seat at State of the Union, says president ‘owned the floor’

Rosy Macias confesses to having little interest in politics but she recently found herself at what she described as the Super Bowl of politics – the State of Union Address.

“It was a once-in-a-lifetime event,” said Macias. “Eye opening.”

Macias attended the speech on Thursday, March 7, as the guest of U.S. Rep. Andrea Salinas, a Democrat representing Oregon’s 6th Congressional District.

The invitation to attend the joint session of Congress came after the two met at a recent roundtable held by ... Read more

South Salem High cancels after-school events following anxie

South Salem High School has canceled after-school activities Friday due to the wide circulation of vague threats online the day after a nearby shooting that killed a sophomore and wounded two teens.

Emergency dispatchers received several ... Read more

Final piece of $376 million Oregon housing package clears Le

A bill that would help small cities build at least 585 homes is headed to Gov. Tina Kotek.

House Bill 4134, spearheaded by Rep. Lucetta Elmer, R-McMinnville, is the final component of a $376 million housing package the Legislature approv ... Read more

9 Offbeat Towns to Visit in Oregon

The 33rd US state of Oregon in the Pacific Northwest is famed for its complex landscape of mountains, coasts, and forests. Plenty of travelers enjoy the charm of the Beaver State with a visit to its most populous city, Portland (the City of Roses), o ... Read more

Clark Kenneth Latham

Clark Kenneth Latham, 90, passed away on Wednesday, December 13, 2023, in Sheridan, WY at his residence.

Clark K. Latham was born on April 1, 1933, in Gebo Wyoming to Leland (Pink) and Delma Julio Latham. His twin brother Lewis died at birth.

Pink and Delma divorced, and Clark traveled with his mother from Sheridan to San Juan Island, Washington. When he was ready to start school, Clark moved to Ucross WY to live with his aunt and uncle, Rose and John Fowler. He enjoyed being out-of-doors and the freedom of living and ... Read more

Oregon is one signature away from ending unlimited campaign

More than twenty years ago, Tim Knopp thought he and Democratic colleague Mark Hass would pass campaign finance reform through the state Legislature.

The Bend Republican was the majority leader in the state House, and Hass was the Democr ... Read more

Marion County restaurant inspections: Subway, Ixtapa Stayton

ABOUT RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS

This is a snapshot of the inspections conducted by the Marion County health department.

Twice annually, licensed restaurants receive unannounced inspections that focus on food temperatures, food ... Read more

YOUR GOVERNMENT: Councilors consider taking over private amb

Salem may stop contracting with a private company to send ambulances to medical calls, instead moving the service inside the city fire department.

The Salem City Council will consider allowing the fire department to move ahead with the c ... Read more

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Mayor Pauly believes that all elected officials are servant leaders for the community they represent. As electeds, it is most important that we connect with our community, work to understand the values, goals and priorities of this special community, and reflect that in all the work that we do.