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Civility in council chambers

Some members of the community say that citizens experience rudeness from city councilors and Salem’s Mayor Anna Peterson in Salem City Council meetings.  The mayor and other council members disagree.  All say that respect for others is a goal worth […]

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Skyline Trail brings people to nature

“I love the adventure of trails,” says Salem’s Mark Wigg.  “You never know what’s around the bend.” Wigg is the primary creator and steward of Skyline Trail and Croisen Meadow Loop trails, which run their lengths in the forestland to […]

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Salem’s Favorite Pastime

The first organized baseball match in Salem was held in 1867, between the Pacific Club’s “town nine” and a group of young men from Willamette University known as the “college nine.”  The teams played on a field just east of […]

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KMUZ Program Feature -Max Marbles ZYDECO INSPIRES A MUSICAL GUMBO

Don’t look for a lot of “highfalutin” tunes on Max Marbles’ “Zydeco ‘n Blues” show on KMUZ radio (Tuesdays, 8-10 p.m., or streaming live at www.kmuz.org).  He prefers tunes that originate from the “front porch.” Max launched “Zydeco ‘n Blues” […]

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Salem city staff rcommends Howard Hall demolition

On July 7, Glenn W. Gross, Community Development Director for the City of Salem, issued city staff’s recommendation on the matter of Howard Hall, the historic building designed by architect John V. Bennes in 1923.  Howard Hall was a dormitory […]

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Civility in council chambers

Some members of the community say that citizens experience

what

Skyline Trail brings people to nature

“I love the adventure of trails,” says Salem’s Mark

old-salem

Salem’s Favorite Pastime

The first organized baseball match in Salem was held

maxMarbles2

KMUZ Program Feature -Max Marbles ZYDECO INSPIRES A MUSICAL GUMBO

Don’t look for a lot of “highfalutin” tunes on

coversm

Salem city staff rcommends Howard Hall demolition

On July 7, Glenn W. Gross, Community Development Director

Opinion

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Four recipes for instant strangeness

It’s summer. Living is easy. Who wants to work

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Has Salem Health lost its way?

While many have been focused on saving Oregon’s historic

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Let’s shop in Salem Catalog of Dreams

Dreams are free. And fun. So let’s bust out of

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A VERY PERSONAL ENDORSEMENT

I want Paul Evans to be my Representative in

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My freaking genius idea

It’s time to invite The Daily Show to Salem.

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