Marion County Fire District #1 (MCFD1) is looking for volunteers to fill multiple vacancies across its eight stations, the agency announced on Friday.
35 current and retired SKPS educators have sent out a letter of no confidence in Superintendent Andrea Castañeda
he entire Keizer City Council met on Nov. 6 to put forth a series of proclamations this month as well as discuss and vote on a series of resolutions involving the peer court, the Keizer police, the various volunteer committees as well as joining a lawsuit against large cable franchises.
The Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) is inviting community agencies in the area to apply for a portion of $2.25 million in funding to provide for those who entered the US from Ukraine as a refugee.
This year’s FAFSA application will have several changes, including it’s opening date being pushed back to December
A collection of committee meetings from October
National Take a Hike Day, a day to get outside and hit the trails, is on Friday, Nov. 17 and can be enjoyed anywhere an outdoor path can be found.
The Salem Pops Orchestra presents Hits the Greatest Generation with Gail Gage Jazz, on Sunday, Nov. 12.
A unique (and free) event, Careers over Coffee, will be held Nov. 15 at the Broadway Commons in Salem from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Nov. 1 was the first McNary Audio Production Technology (APT) Stage Show of the 2023-2024 school year, including student-made bands such as Astrea, Sight and Soul, Diabella, Postal, Pacific Islander Collective, Latino Collective, 5 FOR REALL, EDM Collective, and Deadringer.