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"If you deal drugs, you should deal with the consequences," said Megan Buczynski.
A Montana man has pleaded guilty to three federal charges for taking millions of dollars in down payments from customers to build steel buildings and instead using the money for his personal benefit.
A group of Keizer family and friends is suspected of a string of more than a dozen burglaries since November.
The campus at Willamette University is alluring, if only because of the picturesque stream that curls through the 60-acre spread.
Kevin Ridling has a fairly simple explanation about how a former lobbyist and insurance salesman from Arkansas who also had "a lot of other jobs" along with a master's degree in public administration ended up being a gunsmith/machinist in Keizer.
Weeks after a West Salem man was found dead, his mother has come forward to say she was told her son died of a heroin overdose.
StatesmanJournal.com's Best of the Mid-Valley People's Choice Awards invites readers to nominate and vote for their favorite people, businesses and things to do in Marion and Polk counties.
A West Salem High School student placed among the top three of the Central Region Poetry Out Loud contest Saturday at the Book Bin East in Salem.
It's a sunny morning in downtown Salem. Ryan Hale and Tim Walter are at their usual spot on the corner of Chemeketa and Liberty streets.
In the grand scheme, a one-hour drive is not that bad. I've been told a 60-minute commute to work is reasonable -- though it would drive me nuts -- and have known folks to stand in line a veritable lifetime for Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
The thread is that each of those projects -- redeveloping the Boise Cascade site, redoing downtown parking and renovating the civic center -- suffered from the same flaw: too little public involvement in the front end, which created big public opposition on the back end.
Officers arrested two people Saturday on accusations that they were trespassing in a vacant South Salem home -- and police said one of them was wanted on felony warrants.
Two boys accused in the Wednesday night shooting in Keizer that left a mother dead and her husband wounded faced formal charges on Friday, but much of the drama took place outside the Marion County Circuit Court annex.
Ken Phillips, principal for Roberts and Early College high schools, will return to West Salem High School as the new principal in July, school district officials announced Friday.