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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.
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
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Building Codes Division Structural Engineer The Department/Division: Salem, the state's capital city, is located in the center of the Willamette Valley -- one of the most fertile and agriculturally-productive regions in the world. This area, dotted with cities, farms and forests, is considered one of the most livable in the country -- offering a low cost-of-living, good schools and year-round pleasant weather.Lawmakers consider boost to service industry worker rights
Thank you for reading 10 free articles on Fredericksburg.com. You can come back at the end of your 30-day period for another 10 free articles, or you can purchase a subscription and continue to enjoy valuable local news and information.Salem student injured in possible gang stabbing
A student suffered minor injuries in a possible gang-related stabbing a few blocks from his Salem high school Thursday, police said. The stabbing victim and suspect both attend North Salem High School , Lt.Lookingglass Elementary School looks at options following a December fire
The Winston Dillard School District Board of Education held a special work session Wednesday to discuss possible outcomes for the Lookingglass Elementary School fire that destroyed the school's gymnasium on Dec. 27. Managing Director David McKay from HMK Project Management Company in Salem presented the board with three possible options to recover from the fire: rebuilding at the same site, rebuilding at another site in the district or taking a cash settlement. "I received the test results and there were no particles at all that were airborne," McKay said.Saxons conquered: Mac tops South Salem, preps for McNary, playoffs
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Dr. Alisha Moreland-Capuia speaks at an immigration rights rally in front of the Capitol on Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017, in Salem, Ore. Moreland-Capuia spoke of the contributions that immigrants have made to the United States throughout history.'It's not fair' is no excuse for putting off PERS reforms: Editorial Agenda 2017
Firefighters and other public employees packed a Monday hearing of the Senate Workforce Committee to register their opposition to attempts to cut benefits in the Public Employees Retirement System. One after another, teachers, firefighters and other public employees went to Salem last week to register a simple complaint with legislative proposals to reduce their pension benefits: All things being equal, they're right.States in US West mark 75th anniversary of internment order
Carol Suzuki, Lynn Fuchigami Longfellow, middle and June Arima Schumann on Monday, Feb. 13, 2017, display a copy of a poster in a hearing room in the Oregon State Capitol that notified Japanese-Americans they would be sent to relocation camps. The slogan #NeverAgain has been emblazoned on the poster.Oregon Bancorp Announces Special Cash Dividend
"We are pleased that our strong financial performance has enabled us to share our success with our shareholders," said Neil Grossnicklaus, President and CEO. "We continue to build on our solid 2016 results and look forward to a prosperous new year for our customers.Rural counties need a longterm solution as federal program expires
The Secure Rural Schools program, which provided funding to timber dependent communities hit hard by declining harvests, is often described as a "lifeline" to rural Oregon counties with forest lands under federal ownership. Yet the program expired in October 2015, resulting in a 90 percent revenue reduction to counties struggling to balance budgets and still provide minimum service.After Malheur, Democrat allows debate on Oregon control of federal lands
Two days after another Oregon Democrat rejected a plan to keep a state forest publicly owned, Rep. Brian Clem, a Salem Democrat, aired a plan to study the transfer of federal lands to state control. Conservation groups say it would be a step toward privatizing the lands.Wanted Salem woman escapes backseat of police cruiser, takes the wheel, crashes: police
A wanted Salem woman escaped the backseat of a police cruiser, stole the car and prompted a short pursuit Tuesday afternoon, a police spokesman said. Rebecca J. Payne, 25, is facing several charges in the incident.Taxes on old cars, coffee proposed as budget battle looms in legislature
Sen. Jeff Kruse, R-Roseburg, said Friday that last week - the second week of the 2017 legislative session - was a frustrating one for Republicans. He said Democrats from Portland are meeting weekly in secret as part of a work group discussing the state's budget.Public employees blast proposed PERS reforms
In a demonstration of the fraught political territory lawmakers enter when they scrutinize the state's public pension system, firefighters, nurses, and teachers Monday testified against two Oregon Senate bills aimed at reducing the costs of that system. The bills, both sponsored by Sen. Tim Knopp, R-Bend, are the latest round in the Legislature's seemingly perennial battle with the costs of PERS, the unfunded liability of which has been estimated to be at least $21.8 billion.Beating a dead horse with PERS: Letter to the editor
Judges from the Oregon Supreme Court, Oregon Court of Appeals and Oregon Tax Court sit at the dais as Gov. Kate Brown, top center, delivers her inaugural address Monday, Jan. 9, 2017, at the Oregon State Capitol in Salem, Ore. The letter writers who continue to call for massive changes in the Public Employees Retirement System need to recognize reality.Asbestos abatement and demolition began at Lookingglass Elementary School Thursday
A crew works on the cleanup process Friday for a fire that destroyed the gymnasium at Lookingglass Elementary School in late December. A crew works on the cleanup process Friday for a fire that destroyed the gymnasium at Lookingglass Elementary School in late December.Roy Zimmerman brings "ReZist" to Roseburg in a benefit concert on Feb. 15
Roy Zimmerman will sing humorous songs in his show "ReZist" at a benefit concert Wednesday for Health Care for All Oregon at the Umpqua Unitarian Universalist Church. Roy Zimmerman will sing humorous songs in his show "ReZist" at a benefit concert Wednesday for Health Care for All Oregon at the Umpqua Unitarian Universalist Church.
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