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May 30 2022 thru Jun 5 2022

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OPINION Jun. 4
Bobs Burgers does not disappoint
T.J. Reid leaves his review of Bob’s Burgers The Movie.
SPORTS Jun. 3
3 Whiteaker athletes break track records
Jocelyn Schnurbusch, Derek Olivo and Sole Bartlemay all broke Whiteaker track and field records during the 2022 season across the sixth, seventh and eighth grades.
NEWS Jun. 3
Husseman reflects on election results
Robert Husseman, 33, lost his bid to be Keizer's representative at the state legislature in May, but he's not ruling anything out for the future.
NEWS Jun. 3
No Pride Fair? No problem, says library
Salem Public Library is offering a three-part "Summer of Pride" reading and discussion series beginning in June.
Obituary Jun. 2
Alan C. Bennett
A Celebration of Life is planned for 2pm on June 18, 2022 at the Willamette Heritage Center
COMMUNITY Jun. 2
Wheelchairs welcome at nursery grand opening
Terra Gardens Nursery & Bark is having a grand opening on Saturday, June 4 for their new greenhouse that is attached to the garden center.
SCHOOLS Jun. 2
Gubser Elementary gets a special visitor
The students at Gubser Elementary had the chance to meet Caesar the No Drama Llama on Tuesday, May 31.
SPORTS Jun. 1
Capitals cruise in final week of regular season
The Salem Capitals defeated the San Diego Sharks in the final game of the regular season on Sunday. The Capitals finished their inaugural season 17-7, third place in the West.
SPORTS Jun. 1
Softball season ends semis sweet for Celtics
The McNary Celtics lost to Tigard 6-3 on Tuesday in the semifinals of the 6A softball playoffs. Tigard scored four runs with two out in the third inning.
SPORTS May. 31
Vasas and Celtics shutdown Sheldon
Lacey Vasas and McNary shut out the Sheldon Irish in the quarterfinals of the 6A softball playoffs. The 2-0 win sends the No. 4 Celtics to the semifinals against No. 1 Tigard on Tuesday, May 31.

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