November 14, 2018
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Salem-News.com (Nov-02-2018 17:03)
ODOT Closes Old McKenzie Pass HighwaySalem-News.com Travel
Predicted snow causes this Seasonal Closure
(BEND, Ore.) -
With snow in the Oregon Cascades predicted over the next week, maintenance managers with the Oregon Department of Transportation have made the decision to close the Old McKenzie Pass Highway (OR 242), for the winter/snow season effective Monday, November 5 at dawn.
Salem-News.com (Sep-27-2018 15:12)
White Bird Clinic is Expanding Dental & Medical ServicesSalem-News.com Business
In response to continuously increasing community need, White Bird Clinic is purchasing a new building.
(EUGENE, Ore.) -
White Bird Clinic will purchase the building at 1415 Pearl St. and redevelop it into a dental clinic to serve burgeoning community need.
Salem-News.com (Sep-23-2018 10:12)
Portland Water Bureau`s Landmark $500 Million Bull Run Filtration Project is UnderwaySalem-News.com Business
Brown and Caldwell to Manage Portland’s Historic Switch to Filtered Water Supply
(WALNUT CREEK, Calif.) -
Triggered by traces of Cryptosporidium found in the water supply and revocation of PWB’s treatment variance by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), the project involves the design and construction of a complete new water treatment system.
Salem-News.com (Aug-01-2018 00:58)
Global Warming is Real and Could Become IrreversibleRalph E. Stone, Salem-News.com
Earth is noticeably hotter, the weather stormier and more extreme.
(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) -
Empirical evidence shows that global warming is real and is largely caused by man. This is not a theory; it is a fact. If someone tells you that this is not true, then they are lying or stupid or stand to make lots of money by ignoring it. By denying global warming, you have an excuse to do little or nothing about it.
Salem-News.com (Jul-31-2018 12:55)
Star Party Aug 4 at Silver Falls State ParkSalem-News.com
View the starry skies from one of the darkest places in the Willamette Valley
(SILVER FALLS, Ore.) -
Moons, planets and other celestial wonders will be on display during the Silver Falls State Park Star Party 9 p.m. to midnight Aug. 4.
Salem-News.com (Jul-19-2018 17:23)
Campfires and Open Flames Prohibited in Oregon State ParksSalem-News.com
The fire ban is expected to last at least one week.
(SALEM, Ore.) -
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) is prohibiting all campfires and open flames in all state park properties effective 10 a.m. today. The ban is in response to Gov. Brown’s declaration of a fire emergency.
Salem-News.com (Jul-10-2018 21:30)
Lincoln City Passes Resolution Against Offshore DrillingSalem-News.com
City Council approves resolution, joining growing local opposition to federal drilling proposal
(LINCOLN CITY, Ore..) -
Last night, the Lincoln City Council joined a growing movement of Oregon leaders taking a stand against a federal offshore drilling proposal that would open the Pacific coast to new oil and gas leasing for the first time since 1984.
Salem-News.com (Jun-12-2018 16:57)
Oregon State Capitol State Park Fountain to Remain OffSalem-News.com
Kids will have to do without the fountain fun for now.
(SALEM, Ore.) -
The Wall of Water fountain bordering Court Street across from the main capitol entrance will remain off due to the ongoing drinking water advisory set by city and state officials.
Salem-News.com (Jun-12-2018 15:00)
Final Defendant Sentenced for Armed Takeover of Malheur National Wildlife RefugeSalem-News.com
The Bundys and several dozen armed followers seized the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Oregon and prevented federal officials from performing their duties by force, threats, and intimidation.
(PORTLAND, Ore.) -
The 41-day armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge began in January 2016.
Salem-News.com (Jun-12-2018 11:22)
Salem Drinking Water Advisory Continues for Two WeeksSalem-News.com
Though water is "safe for most", drinking water filling stations are open.
(SALEM, Ore.) -
Test results received this morning from water samples taken on Saturday, June 9, indicate the presence of cyanotoxins in the water distribution system is below EPA advisory levels for vulnerable populations.