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Suspend the Kicker

Posted on Jun 24, 2015 in Opinion | 1 comment

There is a reason that Oregon is the only state in the nation that rebates surplus tax collections to citizens. It’s a bad idea. The...

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SALEM CITY MANAGER SEARCH -Salem Weekly Editorial

Posted on Jun 10, 2015 in Opinion | 0 comments

The City of Salem is beginning a search for a new city manager to replace the retiring Linda Norris.  Linda has, by most accounts, enjoyed...

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A Double Standard When It Comes to Student Injuries? -Salem Weekly Editorial

Posted on Jun 2, 2015 in Opinion | 0 comments

At press time, a South Salem High School science teacher is still on administrative leave for alleged misconduct after several students in...

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The State of the City -Salem Weekly Editorial

Posted on Jun 2, 2015 in Opinion | 0 comments

Mayor Anna Peterson’s State of the City address provided an upbeat overview of Salem’s condition.  The Mayor is right that Salem’s...

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2nd Amendment misunderstood by gun advocates

Posted on Jun 2, 2015 in Opinion | 3 comments

by Richard Reid The article in the last issue about the efforts being made to recall certain legislators because of their position on...

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A Wake Up Call -Salem Weekly Editorial

Posted on May 14, 2015 in Opinion | 3 comments

The recent earthquake in Nepal that has devastated the capital city of Kathmandu and killed over 7,000 should be a wake-up call to our...

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Gratitude is the Attitude that Changes Everything

Posted on May 14, 2015 in Opinion | 0 comments

by Leslie Curry What are you grateful for? What things in your life bring you joy?  Where can you find (or do more of) what brings you joy...

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Why Bother? -Salem Weekly Editorial

Posted on May 11, 2015 in Opinion | 0 comments

When you receive your ballot for the May 19th District Election and look at it, you may wonder if it will be worth 49¢ to send it in. It...

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Time to take back this town

Posted on Apr 30, 2015 in Opinion | 1 comment

Readers, I’ve enjoyed writing this column for the past two years. But Salem Weekly is moving in a new direction, so this will be my last...

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