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Oregon public records survey shows mixed bag for government…

Oregon public records survey shows mixed bag for government…

Portland Tribune - News
Nearly three dozen agencies ignored requests in the survey, which found a wide variety in how government bodies follow public records law.
Woodburn man critically injured in crash

Woodburn man critically injured in crash

Woodburn Independent - News
Motorcycle crash on Matheny Road Friday leaves a Woodburn man in critical condition
Advocates see tough fight ahead for Oregon gun law changes

Advocates see tough fight ahead for Oregon gun law changes

Woodburn Independent - News
Weekend shootings in Texas and Ohio offer a grim backdrop to a political battle that includes civic groups, lobbyists and legislators.
Oregon public unions want top court to block PERS changes

Oregon public unions want top court to block PERS changes

Woodburn Independent - News
Lawsuit challenges changes that tweak savings plan and cap salary number used to determine retirement benefits.
WestRock renews plans to sell defunct mill

WestRock renews plans to sell defunct mill

Woodburn Independent - News
Previously on the market, WestRock officials now say they want to sell the facility to a developer who will embrace the city's mixed use plan
Mount Angel Street Fair

Mount Angel Street Fair

Woodburn Independent - News
Community members are invited to meet Dora the Explorer, take part in Aug. 16 festivities in downtown Mount Angel
Calendar

Calendar

Woodburn Independent - News
Woodburn Art Center, Woodburn Public Library and Mount Angel Public Library holding weekly activities
Fire calls

Fire calls

Woodburn Independent - News
Emergency calls tot he Aurora Fire District for the dates of July 29 to August 4
Police Logs

Police Logs

Woodburn Independent - News
Police reports for the Woodburn and Hubbard police departments for the dates of July 24 to Aug. 4
Free Saturday bus rides this September

Free Saturday bus rides this September

Woodburn Independent - News
Cherriots announced that it will be offering the free rides on September Saturdays to celebrate expanded services
Bat tests positive for rabies in Marion County

Bat tests positive for rabies in Marion County

Woodburn Independent - News
Out-of-state visitor had physical contact with bat near Breitenbush on Aug. 3
North Marion High School registration begins soon

North Marion High School registration begins soon

Woodburn Independent - News
Students will be able to register at North Marion Middle School commons on Aug. 26-28
Mount Angel Cleanup Day set for Aug. 24

Mount Angel Cleanup Day set for Aug. 24

Woodburn Independent - News
Annual event offers residents an opportunity to dispose of large scale refuse
OSU offers symposium for Holocaust education

OSU offers symposium for Holocaust education

Woodburn Independent - News
Holocaust and other acts of mass violence will be required teaching under new Oregon law
July ekes out jobs, unemployment rate at 43-year low

July ekes out jobs, unemployment rate at 43-year low

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon only gained about 2,000 jobs between December and March, which state officials said was weaker than estimated.
Going great guns for AG

Going great guns for AG

Woodburn Independent - News
Folks from Molalla, Canby and all over the area descend on the NWREC open house Wednesday
'I think El Paso was a culmination of hateful rhetoric'

'I think El Paso was a culmination of hateful rhetoric'

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's Latinx leaders worry that Texas and Ohio shootings could be prelude to more attacks on Hispanics.
Oregon public unions want top court to block PERS changes

Oregon public unions want top court to block PERS changes

Portland Tribune - News
Lawsuit challenges changes that tweak savings plan and cap salary number used to determine retirement benefits.
Woodburn man arrested for sex abuse, rape

Woodburn man arrested for sex abuse, rape

Woodburn Independent - News
Olivio Cardona-Sales was charged with four counts of abuse of juvenile runaway
Salem man arrested in Woodburn carjacking

Salem man arrested in Woodburn carjacking

Woodburn Independent - News
Rene Ybarra, 37, has been charged in nine different cases since Sept. 21, 2018
Boquist's federal lawsuit blasts Courtney for discipline…

Boquist's federal lawsuit blasts Courtney for discipline…

Woodburn Independent - News
GOP state senator who raised his voice during walkout sues Senate president, accusing him of rampant misuse of power.
Dissent by Democrats, not AWOL Republicans, squashed…

Dissent by Democrats, not AWOL Republicans, squashed…

Woodburn Independent - News
Sen. Laurie Monnes Anderson pulled away from her party before a vote on keystone environmental policy after Boeing expressed concern about the bill's…
PERS board votes to continue assumed rate of return on…

PERS board votes to continue assumed rate of return on…

Woodburn Independent - News
Rate is left unchanged for the first time in six years on a 3-2 vote; may moderate the likely increases in contribution rates that member government…
Conservative Rep. Nearman takes Freedom Foundation job

Conservative Rep. Nearman takes Freedom Foundation job

Portland Tribune - News
Olympia group focuses on labor issues, and former lawmaker is expected to fit right in ideologically.
Report links Oregon's female prisoners to high levels of…

Report links Oregon's female prisoners to high levels of…

Portland Tribune - News
Researchers surveyed inmates at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility and found the abuse they endured played a role in their arrest.
French Prairie Lions host school supply drive for NMSD

French Prairie Lions host school supply drive for NMSD

Woodburn Independent - News
Grade-specific supply lists for 2019-20 school year are available on school Facebook pages
AARP driving classes at Woodburn Estates

AARP driving classes at Woodburn Estates

Woodburn Independent - News
Classes will be held Aug. 19 and Aug. 20. $15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members.
Aurora Colony Days turns 30

Aurora Colony Days turns 30

Woodburn Independent - News
The annual celebration will be held Aug. 9-10, featuring music, food, vendors, a parade and more
Mount Angel mayor resigns

Mount Angel mayor resigns

Woodburn Independent - News
Mount Angel Mayor Andrew Otte moves outside the city limits, prompting his resignation from the post.
Local students earn Oregon Farm Bureau scholarships

Local students earn Oregon Farm Bureau scholarships

Woodburn Independent - News
OFB Memorial Scholarship program awarded $20,000 for the 2019-20 academic year

Mount Angel Towers remains in the family

Woodburn Independent - News
Mount Angel Towers remains in the family
Community gathers to celebrate the retirement of managing partner Irene Fenton after 43 years

Urban/rural divide puts lawmakers at loggerheads

Portland Tribune - News
Urban/rural divide puts lawmakers at loggerheads
Experts say it might not be that bad: cities and small towns take different political approaches to meeting their needs.

Gov. Brown warms up veto pen for several bills

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Brown warms up veto pen for several bills
On Sunday, Gov. Kate Brown announced her veto considerations, including money for dam retrofits, wetland deregulation and funds for urban growth…

Alternative school serves as a model

Woodburn Independent - News
Alternative school serves as a model
Woodburn School District's Success Alternative High School received a shout out from Energy Trust of Oregon, applauding the buidling's energy…

Heesacker joins WFD

Woodburn Independent - News
Heesacker joins WFD
Woodburn's new division chief brings 32 years of fire-fighting experience to the job

Cherriots to boost service Sept. 3

Woodburn Independent - News
Cherriots to boost service Sept. 3
Expanded bus services mean more options for riders from Woodburn, Gervais, Brooks and Mount Angel

Fiesta Mexicana roots go deep

Woodburn Independent - News
Fiesta Mexicana roots go deep
The event's court coronation kicked off a weekend of festivities at Woodburn's Legion Park

Like those end-of-the-budget perks? Oregon auditors…

Portland Tribune - News
Like those end-of-the-budget perks? Oregon auditors…
Secretary of state's office says state should encourage agencies to save money, not spend it all when two-year budget cycle ends.

Brown lowers flags to honor shooting victims

Portland Tribune - News
Brown lowers flags to honor shooting victims
'We must take a hard look at why hatred like this exists, and do all we can to make sure it has no place in our country.'

First employee lays groundwork for Student Success…

Portland Tribune - News
First employee lays groundwork for Student Success…
Education department and other agencies begin cranking up a $1 billion funding plan to transform schools and aid students.

Hop Fest winners announced

Woodburn Independent - News
Hop Fest winners announced
Hubbard event planners are looking for volunteers and sponsors for next year's festival

Crash causes truck to burst into flames

Woodburn Independent - News
Crash causes truck to burst into flames
A crash on Wilsonville-Hubbard Highway injures two and closes the highway in both directions

A modern twist

Woodburn Independent - News
A modern twist
Nineteenth century-style farmhouse restaurant sources from local businesses and individuals.

Judge orders DEQ to do more to shield salmon streams

Woodburn Independent - News
Judge orders DEQ to do more to shield salmon streams
Lawsuit says logging hurt water quality by eliminating shade, increasing temperature; timber industry disagrees

Boquist's federal lawsuit blasts Courtney for…

Portland Tribune - News
Boquist's federal lawsuit blasts Courtney for…
GOP state senator who raised his voice during walkout sues Senate president, accusing him of rampant misuse of power.

Dissent by Democrats, not AWOL Republicans,…

Portland Tribune - News
Dissent by Democrats, not AWOL Republicans,…
Sen. Laurie Monnes Anderson pulled away from her party before a vote on keystone environmental policy after Boeing expressed concern about the bill's…

Police logs

Woodburn Independent - News
Police logs
Weekly police reports for the Woodburn, Hubbard and Mount Angel police departments

Smoking ban considered

Woodburn Independent - News
Smoking ban considered
At the behest of its city council, City of Woodburn is preparing an ordinance proposal to prohibit smoking in city parks

All set for 'Mud, Sweat & BBQ'

Woodburn Independent - News
All set for 'Mud, Sweat & BBQ'
Woodburn Rotary combines two events and invites all comers to Wooden Shoe Tulip Farms to take part in the fun

Fiesta Mexicana is here!

Woodburn Independent - News
Fiesta Mexicana is here!
Woodburn's biggest cultural festival celebrates its 56th year Friday through Sunday

A snapshot of speeding vehicles

Woodburn Independent - News
A snapshot of speeding vehicles
Woodburn Police are proposing the use of cameras at the 99E - 214 highways intersection to enforce speeding laws

A glimpse at history's machinery

Woodburn Independent - News
A glimpse at history's machinery
The 49th Annual Great Oregon Steam-Up features machinery from the 1800s and early 1900s.

Woodburn Estates to host Sunday concert

Woodburn Independent - News
Woodburn Estates to host Sunday concert
Billy & the Rockets will perform free show as part of Woodburn Estates Dance and Social Club's Summer Concert Series

Calendar

Woodburn Independent - News
Calendar
This weekend features Donald City-Wide Garage Sale, PEO golf tournament and Woodburn Fiesta Mexicana

Raquel Moore-Green sworn in as Oregon's newest…

Portland Tribune - News
Raquel Moore-Green sworn in as Oregon's newest…
Salem consultant was picked unanimously for the vacancy on Tuesday left by appointment of Sen. Denyc Boles.

Oregon chooses 15 companies to provide low-income…

Woodburn Independent - News
Oregon chooses 15 companies to provide low-income…
Contractors to serve 1 million Oregonians play big role in reforms, state says oversight improved.

ODOT's summer to-do list is hot hot hot

Portland Tribune - News
ODOT's summer to-do list is hot hot hot
Oregon's transportation agency has 92 statewide projects on its agenda this summer, from cleaning culverts to installing guardrails.

Gathering for safer neighborhoods, safer communities

Woodburn Independent - News
Gathering for safer neighborhoods, safer communities
Police welcome neighborhoods to register and assemble block parties for the Tuesday, Aug. 6, National Night Out

Police logs

Woodburn Independent - News
Police logs
Reports from the Mount Angel Police Department for the week of June 30 to July 8

Agricultural showcase headed to Aurora

Woodburn Independent - News
Agricultural showcase headed to Aurora
North Willamette Research and Extension Center to host free event Wednesday, July 31

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