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The story of Camp Adair

Learn the fascinating history of Camp Adair straight from John Baker, camp expert and author of “Camp Adair: The Story of a World War II Cantonment,” on Wednesday, Aug. 17, at the Newport 60+ Activity Center. Baker has been a high school and college teacher, dean and vice-president,...
NEWPORT, OR
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Feds allocate more than $20 million to 11 Oregon airports for renovations

The Federal Aviation Administration has allocated more than $20 million for repairs at 11 rural airports in Oregon and to help attract new flights from Salem to California, Nevada and Arizona. Most of the money – $17.5 million – will go toward reconstructing runways at the Corvallis Municipal Airport, the Eastern Oregon Regional Airport in […] The post Feds allocate more than $20 million to 11 Oregon airports for renovations appeared first on Oregon Capital Chronicle.
KLAMATH FALLS, OR

Polk County Restaurant Inspections: Tater's Cafe, Ugo's Pizza Parlor, Odd Moe's Pizza

This is a snapshot of the inspections conducted by the Polk County health department. Twice annually, licensed restaurants receive unannounced inspections that focus on food temperatures, food preparation practices, worker hygiene, dish-washing and sanitizing, and equipment and facility cleanliness. Violations: Restaurant scores are based on a 100-point scale. Priority violations...
POLK COUNTY, OR
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Hot times at the Jamboree

Searing temperatures and humidity aside, this year’s Oregon Jamboree drew huge crowds to hear headliners Miranda Lambert, Trace Adkins and Old Dominion, and experienced relatively few problems, according to organizers. “I don’t think we’ve ever had three days in a row that were that hot and muggy,” Festival Director...
LEBANON, OR
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Last woman convicted during Salem witch trials exonerated

(CNN) - It took more than 300 years, but the last woman convicted during the Salem witch trials has been exonerated. The name of Elizabeth Johnson Jr. is now cleared, thanks to the effort of an area teacher and her eighth-grade civics class. Johnson was accused of witchcraft in 1692,...
SALEM, OR
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Sweet Home police logs, July 25-31, 2022

12:02 a.m. – Dustin Kyle Westling, 35, was cited and released for theft by deception, 4900 block of Larch Court. 2:25 a.m. – Jeffrey Michael Clark, 52, was arrested on a Sweet Home Municipal Court warrant for failure to comply on an original charge of failure to appear on a second-degree charge, Eugene Police Department.
SWEET HOME, OR
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Groundbreaking kicks off work on memory facility in Sweet Home

A July 27 groundbreaking ceremony launched the beginning of what will become a 48-bed memory-care facility at the Wiley Creek Senior Living campus. The 29,165-foot, single-story facility, scheduled for completion in October 2023, will serve seniors with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Salem-based Mosaic Management Inc. took over Wiley Creek...
SWEET HOME, OR
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Photos: Couch racing delights at Davenport Days in Silverton

Hundreds of spectators settled in along East Main Street in downtown Silverton on Sunday for a race unlike any you’ve probably seen: cruising by couch. Teams took to the street with a modified three-wheel racer featuring a steering column and seat — be it bucket or sofa, a.k.a davenport — fashioned to a steel frame with a push bar behind it all, run on pure people power. Participants race head-to-head down the block-long course, completing the run in roughly 15 seconds.
SILVERTON, OR
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School lunch program changes coming for 2022-23

With the 2022-23 school year approaching, Superintendent of Schools Susan Halliday wants to remind parents about changes with the school lunch program. The federal aid that had allowed students to eat free school meals during the past few years will no longer be available. Halliday said that in light of the change, the Philomath School District is encouraging families to complete the application process to receive free or reduced-price meals.
CORVALLIS, OR
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