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Salem-News.com (January 19,2017 12:30)

Educational Family Trips in the US

Reduce stress and enjoy the trip by planning activities ahead.

(SALEM, Ore.) -luxury Apt near the Pentagon CityFun family days out and breaks away with your kids are a chance to make wonderful memories, and they also provide a great educational opportunity for your offspring!

Whether you are looking for an exciting and informative day trip in the Salem area or setting your sights on a bit of cross-country culture, there are loads of options to explore.

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Salem-News.com (January 18,2017 20:35)

Severe Weather Continues Across Oregon

Freezing rain, ice, high winds and blowing snow create blizzard-like conditions in the Columbia River Gorge

(SALEM, Ore.) -oregon winter weatherInterstate 84 is closed between Troutdale and Hood River due to ice; the highway is also closed between Pendleton to Ontario as blowing snow creates blizzard-like conditions. OEM and the Oregon Department of Transportation urges motorists to stay off the roads.

As severe weather continues to rage across the state, Oregon's Office of Emergency Management activated the state Emergency Coordination Center (ECC).

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Salem-News.com (January 13,2017 11:11)

Oregon Medical Marijuana Dispensaries May Be Forced to Switch to Recreational Licenses

Consumers Hurry up and Wait as Oregon's cannabis market is shored up.

(SALEM, Ore.) -cannabis grow operationFor a few months now, Oregon has allowed medical marijuana sales and recreational marijuana sales to cohabit side by side through different sets of regulations.

However, due to new changes in legislation, marijuana dispensaries are being forced to choose between serving medical or recreational marijuana users as of January 1 of this year.

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Salem-News.com (January 12,2017 13:05)

LendingTree Launches $50,000 Small Business Grant Contest

The registration submission period closes @5pm EST on January 13, 2017.

(CHARLOTTE, N.C.) -LendingTree Small business owners face a long list of challenges, and for many, the obstacle of securing financial resources needed to grow a business claims the top spot on the list.

That's the driving force behind LendingTree's inaugural $50,000 Small Business Grant Contest, where LendingTree will present the winning small business a $50,000 grant to help fund future growth.

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Salem-News.com (January 10,2017 10:10)

Massachusetts Moving Towards More Aye than Nay for Online Gambling?

Gamblers are a small sector in the large scheme of total voters.

(SALEM, Ore.) -gamblingUS players have waited patiently for legalization and the fact that laws can be implemented state by state and not on a federal level have helped to open doors.

Technically speaking after dissecting the new law, gambling online is not illegal, what is, however, are financial institutions that allow the deposit/withdrawal transactions go through.

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Salem-News.com (January 05,2017 23:00)

Winter Storm Watch for Willamette Valley this Weekend

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for snow and freezing rain.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) -winter storm watchA Winter Storm Watch is in effect from Saturday morning through Sunday morning for the Central Willamette Valley including the Salem metro area.

The storm is expected to bring significant impacts of snow and freezing rain across much of northwest Oregon and southwest Washington, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).

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Salem-News.com (January 01,2017 00:38)

A Winter White New Year is in the Making

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory

(PORTLAND, Ore.) -Oregon snowThe Winter Weather Advisory for snow remains in effect from midnight tonight to 6 a.m. Monday for the central and southern Willamette Valley.

This includes the cities of Salem, McMinnville, Eugene, Springfield, Corvallis, Albany, Lebanon, and those in the surrounding areas.

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Salem-News.com (December 30,2016 17:02)

Nighttime Salem Warming Center To be Activated Sunday

Volunteers Needed!

(SALEM, Ore.) -Red Cross warming center The Community Action Agency will activate a Warming Center Sunday, January 1 at: 625 Marion Street NE.

The Warming Center will be activated for four consecutive nights from Sunday, January 1 through Wednesday, January 4. The center will be open each night from 8:00 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. the next morning. Warm liquids (decaf coffee, tea, and bullion) will be served on site.

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Salem-News.com (December 30,2016 13:35)

Willamette Valley Wintery Forecast

Expect a switch to all snow by mid-morning on Sunday

(PORTLAND, Ore.) -Oregon snowVery cold air will move into the region late Saturday night through next week. Rain will begin at low elevations Saturday afternoon, before changing over to snow early Sunday morning. Above 2,000 feet, this moisture will fall as all snow.

Cold air will remain in place through much of next week, but it is expected to remain dry from Monday through at least Wednesday across the region.

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