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New Construction Gives A Bright Future For Salem Culture

Development of local culture enriches the whole community.

(SALEM, Ore.) - vineyards Salem has seen leaps and bounds in terms of its cultural landmarks over the past year. This has most recently been seen in the opening of The Reed, which the Statesman Journal highlights as a fantastic conversion of a historic building into something that can truly bring the local community together.

Both new and old are being targeted in this wave of renovation that is seeing new developments boost Salem’s cultural stamp.

Read Full Article (Nov-24-2020 20:24:00)

4 Local Marketing Tips for Small Businesses

Growing companies must connect with their customers!

(SALEM, Ore.) - Location matters in business. Despite the rise of the Internet and the numerous tech advancements that have allowed for the development of e-commerce, small businesses still need to have a good relationship with customers in their communities.

Indeed, local support can be key to the growth of a new company. As such, businesses should take steps to engage with local customers and to build a loyal customer base in their geographic area.

Read Full Article (Nov-24-2020 18:53:00)

Family of Antonio Williams, Killed by NYPD in 2019, Files Lawsuit

Six officers reportedly drew their guns and opened fire, killing both Antonio Williams and Officer Brian Mulkeen in a reckless hail of 15 bullets.

(NEW YORK, NY) - Antonio Williams v. NYPD Today, the family of Antonio Williams announced a lawsuit against the City of New York and NYPD. Announced in a virtual press conference, the lawsuit aims to seek justice and redress for Williams’ unjust killing and wrongful death.

Also, the family released previously unseen footage from the night of Williams’ death. The footage supports the family’s statements that the NYPD unnecessarily escalated the interaction and recklessly killed Williams and a fellow officer.

Read Full Article (Nov-24-2020 16:58:00)

As Medicine Advances, Recovery Times Decrease

Surgical patients now experience less pain and shorter recovery times

(SALEM, Ore.) - medical procedure As researchers discover new ways to treat patients, these new surgeries, treatments, and procedures become centered on patient comfort and care. This, in turn, leads to decreased recovery times.

So, let’s take a look at a few different procedures and how their recovery times have gone down in recent years.

Read Full Article (Nov-19-2020 17:01:00)

Trump`s Bleak Environmental Legacy

"Sometimes people don't want to hear the truth because they don't want their illusions destroyed." - Friedrich Nietzsche

(LAGUNA BEACH, Calif.) - Oregon pond The Trumpsters weren’t surreptitious, they loudly signaled, telegraphed their true intentions during the 2016 election runup: They were both eager and willing to sell our heritage outright, not just mortgage but potentially bankrupt the present and future of our natural resources.

Profit to them being more important than our native habitats, their first move was to significantly cut funding to federal protection agencies, gut out or in plain sight roll back our unique air, land and water quality oversight regulations.

Read Full Article (Nov-19-2020 15:35:00)

Why You Should Plant Your Own Marijuana At Home

It's high time to call over whomever is judging you for consuming marijuana and set some things straight.

(SALEM, Ore.) - cannabis marijuana The 21st century is the era in which we are getting rid of prejudices and embracing the new and different. We are now living in a time where rules are to be broken and voices to be heard. We now say so long! to rigid, outdated ways of thinking and welcome the vanguard of human thoughts.

This is specifically true with marijuana. The world today isn't the world that used to look down on cannabis and cannabis users, it has evolved into one where marijuana growers are looked up to as masters and professionals in the field.

Read Full Article (Nov-18-2020 18:15:00)

Oregon Reports 10 More Deaths Due to COVID-19 and 1,099 New Cases

Oregon sets pandemic records as 2-week "Stay at Home" order goes into affect.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - COVID-19 The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients across Oregon rose to 406 today, marking a new record for the pandemic. The largest increase was in the Portland metropolitan area, and in the Willamette Valley, and in Jackson and Josephine counties.

There are 94 COVID-19 patients in Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds, two fewer than yesterday.

Read Full Article (Nov-13-2020 12:07:00)

How Often Can You File Bankruptcy?

When you get a bankruptcy discharge, creditors cannot make any move to collect their debt.

(SALEM, Ore.) - bankruptcy You may be facing financial hardship and are wondering what relief options are available to you. You may have become unemployed and bankruptcy is now looking like a legitimate option.

Whatever you are facing, the purpose of this article is to explore the bankruptcy option in Oregon for those who have already filed a bankruptcy in the past.

Read Full Article (Nov-13-2020 00:14:00)

Coping Without Losing Hope in a Spiraling Crisis

There are lessons to learn from indigenous/native people.

(OCCUPIED PALESTINE) - Palestine Institute for Biodiversity and Sustainability It is almost a year since the start of this global pandemic with over 50 million who were infected and over one million died from. Everyone of us can count personal loss, economic and human.

Countries like India, Brazil, and the US were especially hit hard because of their corrupt leadership. But every country and region in the world suffered. Here in Palestine as an example, the viral infection rates are still on the rise especially in Gaza.

Read Full Article (Nov-12-2020 23:34:00)

Stormy Weather Makes Dangerous Conditions on Oregon Coast

Coast Guard urges caution for forecast weather conditions and "King Tides"

(ASTORIA, Ore.) - The Coast Guard would like to make the public aware of dangerous conditions expected to occur offshore and along the coastal Pacific Northwest this weekend, starting as early as Friday.

The National Weather Service has issued storm warnings, high wind advisories and hazardous seas warnings for much of the Washington and Oregon coasts, lasting as late as Saturday evening.

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