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Jun 20 2022 thru Jun 26 2022

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FreeNEWS Jun. 24
Brown, state and U.S. lawmakers in Oregon widely condemn U.S. Supreme Court decision
A nonprofit announced it was awarding $1 million to the Northwest Abortion Access Fund to help low-income people access abortions, including those from out of state
FreeNEWS Jun. 24
HEALTH POLITICS AROUND THE U.S.: Leaders react, mobilize in states in wake of Supreme Court decision
Read a sampling of reports from around the U.S. chronicling the reaction to the landmark abortion decision.
FreeNEWS Jun. 24
Dobbs decision rocks nation, ripples spread in Oregon
COMMUNITY Jun. 24
A new generation taking KSLM Radio forward
KSLM Radio is a daily conservative radio station located in Salem that focuses on politics, religion, family and lifestyle segments.
NEWS Jun. 23
Right of way ordinance under review
Keizer City Council begins review of a possible ordinance governing right of way for utilities
NEWS Jun. 23
Herrera surprised by award at council meeting
NEWS Jun. 23
One-time assistance payments begin distribution soon
The Oregon Department of Revenue announced they will begin sending the $600 one-time assistance payments to more than 230,000 Oregon households later this week.
SPORTS Jun. 23
Celts light it up at Beacon Awards
McNary came home with three athlete of the year awards at the Beacon Awards on Saturday. Tyler Copeland was named Football Athlete of the Year, Lacey Vasas Softball Player of the Year and Colby Sullivan Male Golf Athlete of the Year. Vic Backlund was also honored at the event with the Beacon Award for McNary High School.
COMMUNITY Jun. 23
Bunny and Vincent set for world premiere at Keizer Homegrown this weekend
The 45th Parallel Playwrights (45PP) will host the world premiere of Jenifer Kay Hood’s play, Bunny and Vincent, opening Friday, June 24, at 7 p.m., at Keizer Homegrown Theatre at the Keizer Cultural Center. The story follows the lifetime of poet Edna St.Vincent Millay and the tragic ending that is often unheard of. Performances continue on Saturday, June 25 and Sunday, June 26.
NEWS Jun. 23
City Council approves new committee volunteers
SPORTS Jun. 23
Close losses plague McNary's season
Celtics baseball struggled in close games during the 2022 season, losing six one-run games and 12 by three or fewer runs. The Celtics were 5-12 in games decided by three or fewer runs.
NEWS Jun. 23
KPD welcomes two new police officers
NEWS Jun. 23
Who will replace Swenson as nominee?
Marion County Democrats must find a new nominee for the State Senate race in November while rumors circulate about why the Woodburn mayor decided to leave the race
SPORTS Jun. 22
Marquand's 2-run single seals Camps' win
The Campesinos defeated the Senators 4-2 on Monday. The game was rescheduled from the May 13 rainout that would have opened the season for both teams.
SPORTS Jun. 22
Mavs win season opener...six weeks later
The Mavericks defeated the Volcanoes 7-3 on Monday in a rescheduled meeting from Opening Day on May 12.
SPORTS Jun. 22
2020 McNary grad signs to play at Simpson U
Ethan Patterson, a 2020 graduate of McNary, accepted a scholarship to play baseball at Simpson University in Redding, Ca. Patterson played two seasons at Dakota College at Bottineau
SPORTS Jun. 22
Mavericks League week 6: Sens streak snapped, Vols erupt and the rain remains
Week six of the Mavericks League saw the Senators six-game win streak snapped, a 20-run output from the Volcanoes and a little more rain.
NEWS Jun. 21
Eric Swenson declines party's nomination for state senate, recommends Theresa Alonso Leon
Eric Swenson told Oregon Capital Chronicle that he declined the Democratic nomination for the general election because he wanted to continue as Woodburn's mayor.
BOOK REVIEW Jun. 20
Book review: "Black Panther"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "Black Panther" by Don McGregor, Rich Buckler, Billy Graham, Stan Lee, and Jack Kirby.

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