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Child-porn sex-abuse case nets 50-year sentence for Salem man; wife's sentence next
Anyone who read the horrific details of how Michael Serapis Freeman sexually abused a young relative for years and photographed it for others to view would demand that he be put "in prison for life.
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Salem man sentenced to 50 years in child porn case
A Salem man has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for producing pornography of two girls.
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Lynn: Checking up on the family who had to move, the mechanic and Bible bee champ
The last of the demolition debris from the house on River Road S has been hauled away for recycling.
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Call Board: Dec. 8
Pride of Portland Chorus: Special guest nights with free vocal lessons offered weekly Wednesdays, Jan. 8-29, by the all-women a cappella barbershop chorus; www.prideofportland.org .
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Oregon is especially hard hit by food stamp cuts
Does anyone remember that old song, 'What a Difference a Day Makes?' Yes, a day can make a lot of... Fans outraged that a sequel to a beloved holiday film is in the works are no longer out in the cold.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Readers recommend ... the best TV shows before 1983
For last week's Twilight Zone giveaway, Pop Candy readers were required to answer a simple question: "What's your favorite TV show before 1983?" Below are a few of my favorite responses that highlight some For last week's Twilight Zone giveaway , Pop Candy readers were required to answer a simple question: "What's your favorite TV show before ... (more)
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Salem Police investigating reported assault in West Salem
Salem Police are investigating an assault on the 1600 block of Sixth Street NW in West Salem.
Garmin plans expansion for Salem location
Despite an illness keeping Gov. John Kitzhaber away from the Salem Garmin AT, Inc. facility; a representative was there to hand over a check for nearly $500,000.
Zero fatalities along I-5 in Oregon, Washington over holiday weekend
Two people died in crashes on Oregon roads over the Thanksgiving weekend, the same number as last year, according to information released by state police Monday.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
BBQ connoisseur grills up business with Keizer shop
Chuck Ries may know all there is to know about Traeger grills. He has been working at the Traeger Wood Pellet Grills headquarters in Wilsonville for about three years.
Wineries display their best for annual Thanksgiving weekend tours
Spiced wine, hearty soup and holiday music. These were a few of the wine compliments offered by Mid-Willamette Valley wineries Saturday for the annual Thanksgiving weekend wine tours.
Marion County Fire District raises $12,700 with 'Fill the Boot'
On Nov. 29 firefighters participated in another Fill the Boot event in front of the Roth's IGA in northeast Salem.
Miss gardening? Here's a chance on Dec. 7 in Salem
Work out your green thumbs during the off-season on Dec. 7 at a tree-planting in Salem sponsored by Friends of Trees.
Photos & Store pets are popular with customers
The Book Bin in downtown Salem has a new member on staff, and her name is Rose Weasley.
Salem man who couldn't confront accuser gets new hearing
A federal appeals court panel has ruled that an Oregon man who didn't have the chance to confront the witness whose testimony was used against him should get a hearing on the issue.
Students spread holiday cheer
Keizer youth are performing all over the area in holiday concerts. Here are some important dates and times to remember: The annual lighting of the Salem Capitol's Christmas tree will be featuring McNary High School's Highlanders Classic Choir singing carols to kick off the holiday season, 6 p.m. at the Salem Capitol Building.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
How does your legislator celebrate Thanksgiving?
Thanksgiving is about family and tradition, and every family has its own. We asked Salem-area legislators how they like to celebrate Thanksgiving with their own families.
'Thanksgivukkah,' a once-in-a-lifetime convergence
At some Thanksgiving tables in the Willamette Valley, families will gather around the table tonight to light menurkeys -- a nine point candelabra in the shape of a turkey.
Another shot at brood trout
If the past week's stocking of 1,300 keeper-size rainbow trout and another 100 foot-longs at Walter Wirth Lake in Salem was the dessert, this is the cherry on the top.
Contractor heads to Philippines to help
In 2010, general contractor Raymond Arana bid farewell to his family and his construction business, hopped on a plane and flew to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, arriving three weeks after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated the Caribbean nation.