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Salem-News.com (Nov-02-2012 17:10)

Preliminary Information: Fatal Traffic Crash - Highway 214 North of Silverton

Names have not yet been released.

(SILVERTON, OR) - Fatal crash near Silverton, Oregon 11-2-2012 State Police troopers are investigating Friday afternoon's fatal traffic crash at the intersection of Highway 214 and Downs Road NE between Silverton and Mt. Angel.

Preliminary information indicates the crash occurred at approximately 2:30 p.m. involving two vehicles resulted in the death of one person and injuries to a second person.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-03-2012 18:10)

Deputies Firie Less than Lethal `Bean Bag Rounds` at Woman After Dangerous Chase

Marion County Sheriff's deputies also used 'Taser' in arrest of woman who had to be stopped twice..

(SALEM) - Stephanie Omnik, 33 of Salem It was quite a scene in Salem today when a woman failed to stop for police and instead fled from the city of Silverton, into north Salem.

Authorities first heard about the driver after a 911 caller reported a 1996 white Ford Econoline van driving recklessly on Silverton Road NE near Howell Prairie Road. This was at about 10:45 a.m., according to a press release issued today.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-08-2012 21:12)

Officials Render Explosive Device Near Scotts Mills Safe

Many roads were blocked as crews took care of the suspicious device.

(SILVERTON, OR) - Roadway shows blast from detonation of explosive device. Traffic patterns have been restored in east Marion County after local fire and police agencies responded to an explosive device that was located on a roadside.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-21-2012 22:50)

Study Shows Extent to Which Congressional GOP Tax Plan, Compared to President`s Plan, Favors Wealthy Oregonians

By the end of 2012, tax cuts enacted during the Bush Administration are set to expire.

(SILVERTON, OR) - Rich get richer With several federal tax provisions set to expire by year's end, congressional Republicans are pushing a plan that would extend all tax cuts for the wealthiest 1 percent of Oregonians.

It would result in an average tax cut of $51,550 in 2013, according to a new report released by the Washington, D.C.-based Citizens for Tax Justice (CTJ).

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Salem-News.com (Apr-18-2012 17:07)

Ethiopian Siblings Heading for a Home with a Local Family

Family is now in the process of adopting two more children.

(SILVERTON, OR) - The Stutzman family Adam and Amber Stutzman have six adorable children. Amber is a nurse and Adam is a Lab Technician for ODOT and a volunteer Fireman and policeman for City of Silverton.

You’d think they would be overwhelmed with their jobs plus six kids.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-04-2012 00:09)

Woodburn Man Dies From Fall at Silver Falls State Park

Preliminary investigation indicates Daniel Bonham slipped while hiking and fell about 100 feet to where he was found.

(SALEM) - Death investigation 56-year old Daniel Frank Bonham of Woodburn, died Friday night after apparently slipping and falling to his death while hiking in Silver Falls State Park.

Oregon State Police (OSP), with the assistance of Marion County Sheriffs Office and the medical examiner, are continuing the investigation. Mr. Bonham's body was recovered Saturday morning.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-16-2012 17:03)

Deputies & Dogs Search for Missing Silverton Man

An additional search & rescue group is being organized for tomorrow if he isn’t located before dark.

(SALEM) - Michael Dalton Marion County deputies are using tracking dogs and 4-wheel drive Jeeps in an effort to locate a Silverton man who has been missing since yesterday afternoon.

On Wednesday evening, a hiker spotted a 1992 Toyota Camry sedan stuck in the mud on Crooked Finger Road, about 12 miles east of Scotts Mills. He called 911 and deputies were dispatched to check out the car.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-27-2012 12:13)

Families Living Paycheck-to-Paycheck Need to Know the EITC Will Be There

If anyone needs certainty to plan for the future, it is those families who live paycheck-to-paycheck.

(SILVERTON, Ore.) - Poverty, Oregon Last-minute decisions often do not yield good public policy. Congress has demonstrated this repeatedly. Consider last summer's raise-the-debt-ceiling circus.

Or more recently, the midnight-hour deal to extend the payroll tax cut only for a couple of months.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-28-2011 13:22)

Over 100,000 Oregonians Get Pay Raise on New Year`s Day

Still, Oregon is set to retain the second highest minimum wage among all states, trailing only Washington.

(SALEM) - Oregon State capitol More than 100,000 low-paid Oregon workers will get a raise starting in the new year, when a 30-cent increase to the state's minimum wage takes effect.

The increase from $8.50 to $8.80 starting on January 1 will mean an extra $624 a year for a family with one full-time minimum wage worker, according to the Oregon Center for Public Policy.

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Salem-News.com (May-24-2011 23:09)

Will Lawmakers Prioritize Oregon`s Middle Class?

It boggles the mind that the legislature would prioritize giving tax cuts to profitable corporations.

(SILVERTON, Ore.) - Oregon capitol What someone spends money on says a lot about what's important to them.

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