Saturday May 4
The Brew Site
Oregon Garden Brewfest weekend wrap up and review
Last weekend's trip to Silverton for the Oregon Garden Brewfest was fantastic: perfect weather, amazing location, bigger-than-ever festival, great Thursday night Brewer's Dinner .
Fri May 03, 2013
Whether you seek brilliant foliage, faith or culture, there's a public garden in Portland for you
Portland's location at the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette rivers and a good 100 miles south of Puget Sound gives it a leg up on the growing season.
Thu May 02, 2013
Oregon Bluegrass group jams on Sunday
The Salem chapter of the Oregon Bluegrass Association will host a bluegrass jam from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday in Seven Brides Brewery's Taproom, 990 N First St., Silverton.
Wed May 01, 2013
Plenty to do at Brewfest
The Oregon Garden's ninth annual Brewfest drew crowds this past Saturday to Silverton.
Day for recycling draws near
If dusty electric typewriters stashed in your closet are tapping away at your sanity, the owners of Larsen Flynn Insurance, Inc.
City to replace maple trees
Thanks to their expansive root systems, the maple trees in downtown Stayton soon will be kindling, and new trees will replace them as part of the city's sidewalk program.
Healthy kids and family fair set for May 18
There will be information, resources and activities, which will be provided by local organizations.
Silverton Star Party out of this world
The stars, moons, planets and the weather all aligned on April 23, giving Silverton High School astronomy teacher Megan Miller just enough time to quickly plan a Star Party for her students and other members of the community.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Bill allowing four-year driver's cards passes Oregon House
Thousands of Oregonians will be allowed to drive with four-year driver's cards, instead of regular eight-year licenses, under a bill that won final legislative approval today.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Bluegrass association uses concert to plug local scene
The fundraiser will help the chapter -- one of only two in the state -- bring more bluegrass shows to the area, member Ken Cartwright said.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
end: 13 Things to Do in Portland April 26-28
He kicks off the Stumptown Comics Festival tonight from 5-7 pm at Things from Another World on Northeast Broadway.
Oregon Garden, Belgian and German beers and much more for the week of April 26
The Belgian beat goes on, despite a bit of controversy about last week's Portland's Cheers to Belgian Beers when Logsdon --- which won Peoples Choice honors last year --- pulled out of the event because the Oregon Brewers Guild monkeyed with the rules to allow any yeast instead of one stipulated by the winner, and removed the Peoples Choice ... (more)
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Graduate comes full circle
Although Ross Bryant graduated from Silverton High School three years ago, he is still at the top of his class.
Rummage sale set for May 17-19
The final day will feature a $2 bag day. The sale is at 207 Jersey St., Silverton.
Changes continue for businesses in downtown area
As one business begins, another business ends. At least that's how it typically plays out.
His parents are Heather and Scott Shetler of Salem. Maternal grandparents are Marlan and Linda Johnson of Salem.
ODOT to fund Silverton sidewalk repairs
When the Oregon Department of Transportation offered the city money and said "use it or lose it," Silverton Public Works Director Gerald Fisher knew to get right to work for the community.
Silverton student wins art contest
Silverton High School senior Heidie Ambrose has lived an artistic life since first being inspired by art at the tender age of five.