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Burger King fries employees
The Burger King in question is the one at 3615 River Road North. A letter dated July 16 - obtained by the Keizertimes - was sent from Ronald Haverkost, enforcement manager out of the Salem field office for the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division .
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Westward Ho - Oregon Trail
Oregon's Capitol Building in Salem has fine unique statues and friezes decorating its exterior.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Redheaded Robinson family from Salem just about cutest thing going at Missoula's Celtic Festival
Margaret Robinson poses with her sister Meredith after their brother, Grant, 10, won the "best freckles contest" at the Celtic Festival in Missoula.The family from Salem is visiting western Montana with their mom, Monica Holland, in tow.
Medford Mail Tribune
The Oregon Garden: Serene refuge
This popular attraction near Silverton is a showpiece of Pacific Northwest flora and history, plus a great place to mellow out A small waterfall, flowering plants, lily pads and colorful shrubs making for a serene scene beside one of the walkways in the Oregon Garden.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Accused cop killer hears from officer's family at psych hearing
Chris Kilcullen's widow Kristie held up photos of her late husband, hoping to show the human side of her slain husband.
Roger Allen Kerr
The loss of a truly great man was felt by many when Roger Allen Kerr passed away of lung cancer on Monday, July 21st at 6pm in Salem, Oregon.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Missoula man sentenced for construction fraud
Oliver, 41, pleaded guilty in February to wire fraud, money laundering and structuring, which is intentionally making cash transactions in amounts less than the $10,000 level at which a federal report must be filed.
Frank Lloyd Wright's Gordon House: Works of art in a work of art
People who appreciate inviting, glass-framed living rooms, subtle red concrete floors and custom fretwork see Frank Lloyd Wright's Gordon House as a piece of art.
Numerous resignations draw attention of S-K School Board
A number of resignations and retirements at Keizer schools and the district at large sparked concern from members of the Salem-Keizer School Board and audience members at the board meeting Tuesday, July 15. Board Member Nancy MacMorris-Adix expressed concern at the numbers of resignations.
Oregon to vote on pot legalization in Nov.
Oregon voters will get to decide this November whether they want to legalize recreational marijuana for people 21 or older.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Police working on identifying remains of man found in Salem woods
SALEM, Ore. Salem police believe they have identified a body found in the woods on Sunday.
The Courier Mailer
Vic Atiyeh collection at Pacific, Dilley Elementary picnic, class of 2014 post-grad plans:...
An exhibition of papers, photographs and other artifacts belonging to former Oregon Governor Victor G. Atiyeh was on display at the Pacific University Library in October.
Medford Mail Tribune
Medical pot shop operator will fight closure
Mike Welch, owner of the long-standing Puff's Smoke Shop tobacco supplies and marijuana glass pipe business on Ashland Street, had been operating a dispensary called Siskiyou Medical Supply inside his shop since late last year.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Family spokesman: Ex-Oregon Gov. Vic Atiyeh dies
In this May 11, 2006, file photo, attending dignitaries including Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski, left, former Gov. Vic Atiyeh, center, and 2002 Miss America Katie Harmon sit, as the names of officers killed in the line of duty are read during the Oregon Law Enforcement Memorial ceremony at the new public-safety academy grounds in Salem, Ore.
Preparing Woodworkers for a Brighter Future
Woodworking as a craft is one of mankind's oldest uses of technology, and each generation has passed along knowledge about how to, when to and why to.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Mount Hood beckons summer visitors with guided tours, bike events, 50th reunion
U.S. Forest Service interpreters are on hand this summer to lead tours of Timberline Lodge, hikes into the Mount Hood National Forest and other programs designed to educate and entertain visitors.
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Should taxpayer dollars fund coal/oil train projects?
SALEM, Ore. - Should taxpayer money be used to improve infrastructure that would allow more coal and crude oil trains to run through Oregon? Dozens of people signed up to give their opinions about that to the Oregon Transportation Commission Thursday afternoon.
Salem shooting defendants sentenced to life in prison
Frank Romero and Pedro Suarez were each sentenced to life in prison Friday afternoon in Marion County Circuit Court for their involvement in the 2013 shooting death of Judge Vance Day presided over the hearing in a courtroom filled with relatives and friends of the victim and the defendants.