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Located in the center of the Willamette Valley alongside the Willamette River, it is estimated that the Willamette Valley area has been inhabited for over 10,000 years. The Native Americans who originally inhabited Salem, the Kalapuyans called the area Chemeketa, which means "meeting or resting place. " The state of Oregon is the largest employer in the city, with Salem Hospital as the largest private employer.

Population: 154510
Local Newspapers: Statesman Journal
Local Sports Teams: Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (Single A Beaseball)
Local Colleges: Willamette University

Zip Codes associated with salem, oregon: 97301 97302 97303 97304 97305 97306
Towns/Cities near salem, oregon : Four Corners Keizer Haysville Silverton Eola Aurnsville

Salem News
new 'Full Measure': Pulse - Salem, Oregon

Salem, Oregon may be the legislative pulse of the state, but at McMenamin's Pub, where homemade beer has been served from these taps for 27 years, bartender Betl Granados says there's an unspoken rule. Granados: "We try not to get into outer space - you start dealing with quantum physics or getting very deep into black holes and things that we feel we aren't talking clearly and it's mostly opinion at that point.

Elder Statesman: Farming by this book fraught with hazards

EDITOR'S NOTE: The columns of Bill Duncan, a long-time journalist, have returned to The News-Review. Duncan, who died in November 2011, wrote a weekly column for The News-Review and The Capital Press of Salem from 1981 to 2011.

Family treasure found hidden in renovated building's walls

No blueprint could have prepared Clint Lamkey for what he found in the SAIF Corp. building under renovation in Salem. He was working on the layout of the second floor, measuring and marking where the walls will go, when he looked up at the otherwise bare concrete wall and saw the foot-high initials M.L. written with glue that was used to hang sheetrock.

Exploring Oregon's Heritage: Asian and Pacific Islander Day at the Capitol

To honor the rich diversity and contributions made, the Oregon State Capitol will be hosting Exploring Oregon's Heritage: Asian and Pacific Islander Day at the Capitol on Saturday, May 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This event celebrates the culture, traditions, heritage and history of Asian Pacific Americans. The program includes performances from local cultural organizations, dance troupes and musical groups.

Slater retires from KFD after 22 years

After working 43 of the last 44 Keizer Fire District breakfasts, Dale Slater won't be there on Mother's Day this year, greeting guests at the door. Slater, a volunteer at KFD since December of 1994, retired last month to spend time with his new grandchild, born March 30 in New York.

a oeMillennials Relief Acta moves forward in Oregon legislature

Salem, Ore- A bipartisan bill to rewrite Oregon's tax code to provide student debt relief is moving forward in the Oregon legislature. It passed unanimously in the Senate Education Committee.

School Briefs: Apply to Girls State, Boys State

Estacada American Legion Carl Douglas Post will sponsor students interested in attending Law Enforcement Career Camp. The camp, a collaboration between the American Legion, Department of Oregon and the Oregon State Police, shows students ages 15-17 the various aspects of law enforcement.

Get hopping

Egg hunts , pancake feeds, bounce houses and carnival games are all planned at this free event beginning at 10 a.m. Bauman's Farm his hosting a hunt where kids can collect 12 eggs and fill them with prizes they pick themselves, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 12989 Howell Prairie Road in Gervais. $5 per person.

Governor Kate Brown 'deeply concerned' about tuition hikes, urges state board to scrutinize

In this Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017, file photo, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown speaks to media representatives in Salem, Ore. Brown said April 11, 2017, she is "deeply concerned" about tuition increases proposed at several public universities.

Portland Metro Tuesday Traffic: Oregon 99W closed 5 miles north of Rickreall

The Oregon Department of Transportation has closed Oregon 99W at milepost 52.8 for emergency repairs to a failed culvert. The road will be closed through April 16th.

Oregon set to shield marijuana user data from US officials

Turning up the pressure on Gov. Robert Bentley, Alabama lawmakers have opened impeachment hearings over allegations he abused his powers to cover up an extramarital affair with a top aide. Video shows three security officials dragging a passenger from a United Airlines flight at a Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.

Keizer's first doctor turns 100

"I had a second cousin who lived to 100 and two aunts who lived a little longer," Casterline said. "I thought maybe I would, but it wasn't something I was shooting for.

Driver arrested after returning to scene of hit-and-run crash, police say

A driver was arrested late Saturday after he struck a pedestrian in Salem, drove away and then returned to the scene of the crash, police say. Jeremy D. Inman, 32, of Salem is accused of failure to perform the duties of a driver after Salem police say he hit 36-year-old Michael E. Spane of Salem about 8:50 p.m. near Kuebler Boulevard and Commercial Street Southeast and left.

Elder Statesman: Catalog contents can be puzzling

EDITOR'S NOTE: The columns of Bill Duncan, a long-time journalist, have returned to The News-Review. Duncan, who died in November 2011, wrote a weekly column for The News-Review and The Capital Press of Salem from 1981 to 2011.

Oregon voters may decide to toss constitutional ban on duels

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In the race to find money, two bills to curb health care costs merit debate: Editorial

Rep. Julie Parrish, R-West Linn, talks on the floor of the Oregon House during the 2015 legislative session. Containing bloated health care costs holds promise, however, and would be doable, if executed to ensure that the quality of health care service remains high.

Residents call for diversity resolution

When Cyndi Swaney moved to Keizer from California, she ended up renting a room in a home with a group of other adults. When she arrived to move in, the property manager rushed out to meet her in concern.

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