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Located in the center of the Willamette Valley alongside the Willamette River, it is estimated that the Willamette Valley area has been inhabited for over 10,000 years. The Native Americans who originally inhabited Salem, the Kalapuyans called the area Chemeketa, which means "meeting or resting place. " The state of Oregon is the largest employer in the city, with Salem Hospital as the largest private employer.

Population: 154510
Local Newspapers: Statesman Journal
Local Sports Teams: Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (Single A Beaseball)
Local Colleges: Willamette University

Zip Codes associated with salem, oregon: 97301 97302 97303 97304 97305 97306
Towns/Cities near salem, oregon : Four Corners Keizer Haysville Silverton Eola Aurnsville

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Oregon Sikh temple welcomes imprisoned migrants

Asylum-seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border were detained for months in a federal prison in Oregon because of overcrowded immigration facilities. Now, they're free on bond and are being helped by a Sikh temple in Salem, Oregon.

Salem man dies after being ejected from pickup truck

A Salem man died Thursday night after losing control of his 2004 Nissan Titan near Dallas, the Polk County Sheriff's Office said. Candelario Navarro, Jr., 37, was driving north on Maxfield Creek Road near Storey Road when he left the roadway as he navigated a curve.

Study: Paramedics undertreat complaints of pain from black, Asian patients

A look at how paramedics treat people for pain-related emergencies shows that complaints of pain from black, Asian and Latino people are sometimes ignored SALEM, Ore. - Black, Hispanic and Asian patients in Oregon receive worse medical care from emergency responders than white patients, according to a new study that has the endorsement of state health officials.

Richardson's treatment for brain cancer raises concerns

In this Nov. 8, 2016, file photo, then Oregon Republican Secretary of State candidate Dennis Richardson greets supporters at the Salem Convention Center in Salem, Ore. How severely brain cancer is affecting Oregon Secretary of State Richardson remains unclear, as a curtailment of his public schedule and delegation of some duties to a deputy raise questions about his future in the state's second-highest office.

5. Salem, OR

Like Thornton, CO, in 2015, Salem's binge drinking, obesity, and smoking rates were very close to the national average.

Editorial endorsement: Christine Drazan for House District 39

The Oregonian/OregonLive Editorial Board offers endorsements each election cycle to provide valuable information to voters about candidates we believe will best move Oregon forward. Our opinions for these endorsements in next month's general election are based on hourlong interviews we've had with the candidates and campaigns.

New Salem development to include Costco store

Salem planning officials are reviewing the site plan for the proposed Kuebler Gateway Shopping Center on approximately 20 acres wedged between Kuebler Boulevard and Boone Road. Enter your user name and password in the fields above to gain access to the subscriber content on this site.

Elder Statesman: Stealing a man's toothbrush?

EDITOR'S NOTE: The columns of Bill Duncan are being reprinted in The News-Review. Duncan, who died in November 2011, wrote a weekly column for The News-Review and The Capital Press of Salem from 1981 to 2011.

Good beer, clean environment all part of annual Umpqua Brew Fest in Roseburg Saturday

Lookingglass Brewery beer tenders Mike Poole, left, and Bubba Carter pour tasting samples during the Umpqua Brewfest at the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Saturday. David Arbizu serves a tasting sample to Linnea Gruber of Salem during the Umpqua Brewfest at the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Saturday.

Inside the Vote: What candidates & measures will actually do

When analyzing the measures included on the November ballots, we tried to look behind the veil to see Recent actions by the city council have included approving a new sign code; partnering with other city governments to form a plan to address homelessness; enacting fees to pay for additional police and parks services; approving expenditures citywide; and addressing resident concerns . Councilors and the mayor are volunteers and not paid positions.

The capitol grounds in Olympia also had significant storm damage from the Oct. 12, 1962 storm.

The spire on Campbell Hall on the campus of the Oregon College of Education topples in Lincoln City, Ore., during the Columbus Day storm, in October 1962. Today, the campus is known as Western Oregon University in Monmouth.

Teens not picky when it comes to consuming pot

In this Sept. 27, 2016 file photo, different strains of marijuana are displayed in West Salem Cannabis, a marijuana shop in Salem, Ore.

Oregon county group misused funds, mismanaged budget

The Association of Oregon Counties misappropriated as much as $900,000 meant for county road programs to cover mounting losses in its general operations, an investigative audit has found. Under state law, the money the association misused over five years should have been spent on road programs, the accounting firm Moss Adams said in an August report.

Oregon vineyards face losses amid concerns about smoke taint

In this Feb. 23, 2004, file photo, winemaker David Lett savors the bouquet from a glass of Pinot Noir at his Eyrie Vinyards home in Dundee, Ore. Some Oregon lawmakers and winery owners are scrambling to help a dozen vineyards owners who face having 2,000 tons of grapes wither on the vine, unsold, after a California winemaker abruptly cancelled contracts to buy them, claiming they were tainted from some from the summer's wildfires.

Gun taken from Salem 10-year-old who brought it to school

The Marion County Sheriff's Office said deputies seized this unloaded gun that was brought to Four Corners Elementary School in Salem on Wednesday by a 10-year-old student. ( An unloaded handgun was seized by police from a 10-year-old Salem elementary school student who brought the firearm in a backpack to school Wednesday, authorities say.

Cordie's mother appears on misdemeanor charges

Rusty Rae / News-Register##Attorney Walter Todd stands with his client, Jennifer Weathers, center, as a woman from the pretrial release office explains Weathers' release agreement following her appearance in court Wednesday afternoon. Jennifer Weathers was arraigned on one count each of driving under the influence of intoxicants and recklessly endangering another person Wednesday afternoon in Yamhill County Circuit Court, in connection with the death of her daughter The 50-year-old Weathers, who resides in Portland, according to court records, appeared before Judge John Collins with her attorney, Walter Todd of Salem.

Report shows reform decreased racial disparities in druga

A disparity in the rate of drug possession convictions in the state between blacks and whites has declined dramatically as a result of an anti-racial profiling law that took effect more than a year ago, according to a report released this month by the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission. The 2018 law reduced from felonies to misdemeanors crimes for possessing "personal use" amounts of six drugs.

Oregon adoptee's DNA test leads to discovery of sister

Justin Kragt of Salem, Oregon and Renee Alanko of Marin County, California were adopted as children from South Korea and never knew their birth family. After a 23andMe DNA test, they discovered they were full-biological siblings.

Oregon GOP gubernatorial candidate lays out education plan

In this May 21, 2018, file photo, Oregon Republican Rep. Knute Buehler speaks in the House chamber during a special legislative session in Salem, Ore. The Republican candidate seeking to become governor of Oregon has challenged Democratic Gov. Kate Brown to fire the state's education director as he laid out his plan to improve education, which lags behind some other states in several respects.

Tumwater runs past McNary

McNary's defense had no answer for Tumwater's wing-T as the T-Birds rushed for more than 500 yards to throttle the Celtics 57-13 on Friday, Sept. 21. Tumwater scored on runs of 90, 58 and 92 yards in the first half to take a commanding 43-6 lead.

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