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Gov. Kate Brown got a shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in early March to demonstrate that it was safe.

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Democrats have agreed to give up an advantage in redrawing the state’s political districts for the next 10 years, in exchange for a commitment from Republicans to stop blocking bills in the Oregon Legislature with delay tactics. Oregon Public Broadcasting reports the surprise deal was reached…

Local pop artist, Ashley Wyatt is a 25-year-old singer-songwriter from Wilsonville, Oregon, pushing through the pandemic to make her dreams a reality!. Wyatt released her second, four-song EP in early April of 2021 called “Turn the Page”, now, she’s gearing up to release a music video for one of those songs, “Part of Me”.

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Salem: Friday, April 16: Sunny in the day; while Clear during night;Saturday, April 17: Sunny in the day; while Clear during night;Sunday, April 18: Sunny in the day; while Clear during night;Monday, April 19: Mostly Sunny in the day; while Partly Cloudy during night;

The Bethel School Board has selected Kraig Sproles to be the district’s new superintendent. The district announced the board’s decision to hire Sproles as Bethel’s eighth superintendent Thursday morning. He is currently the assistant superintendent of Salem-Keizer Public Schools and in his 24th year in public education. Sproles accepted the…

Proponents of the bill say it will bring Oregon in line with a landmark court ruling limiting how local governments can regulate camping by homeless people. But critics, which include officials in Marion County and the city of Salem, say it will have unintended consequences.

SALEM — The Oregon Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) has provided $45,000 in wildfire assistance to ranchers and Rangeland Fire Protection Associations (RFPAs) impacted by the severe and tragic wildfires from the

Oregon Senate passage in March of Senate Bill 554 — under which firearms would be banned in the Capitol and other state buildings and local governments, school districts and universities

Tragedy befell Corvallis and Oregon State University on Monday, April 5, with the unexpected death of a 20 year old OSU student on the south side of campus. The University Police Department has confirmed that the student’s passing was not a case of foul play and that there is no active investigation related to it. […]

SALEM, Ore. – The adage April showers bring May flowers is being tested this spring. And while the unseasonably dry weather is pulling Oregonians outside, it’s also spurring firefighters into action. 2021 has already produced nearly three times the average number of fires to date; many of which resulting from escaped backyard debris burn piles. […]