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“Good Morning, Mr. Mandela” by Zelda la Grange

“Good Morning, Mr. Mandela” by Zelda la Grange

“Good Morning, Mr. Mandela” by Zelda la Grange c.2014, Viking $28.95 / $33.00 Canada 368 pages BOOK REVIEW by TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER You are entitled to change your mind. You don’t have to apologize or admit you were wrong. Just act on your new convictions and, sooner or later, someone will notice your different opinions, improved […]

Dana Rae Clark

Dana Rae Clark

September 17, 1950 – July 30, 2014

Gary Lee Cannoy

Gary Lee Cannoy

June 21, 1939 – July 19, 2014

Where is the GOP’s better deal?

Where is the GOP’s better deal?

By LAWRENCE KUDLOW Businesses created more than 200,000 new jobs for the sixth straight month. Second-quarter gross domestic product rebounded by 4 percent from the winter-weather doldrums. And the Manufacturing ISM Report exceeded all expectations, with big gains in new orders and employment. So on the surface, the economy is looking better. And as a […]

Thoughts on 2016 presidential run

Thoughts on 2016 presidential run

Our national legislators are not dealing with the many matters that cry out for attention and redress now, including the nation’s failing infrastructure and worn-out highways, jobs and the economy, the minimum wage, immigration controls, our foreign policy, public education, climate change, and, among others, corporate welfare and corporate tax evasion. President Obama has not yet completed one-half […]

Rough and tumble future Celts tackle camp

Rough and tumble future Celts tackle camp

About 50 area students turned out for McNary High School’s football kids camp last week.

More Cherriots changes planned, still no weekend service

More Cherriots changes planned, still no weekend service

Salem-Keizer Transit is Moving Forward on a system redesign based on the results of a comprehensive service analysis. Moving Forward is based on the concept of a “ridership/coverage trade-off.” Increased frequency on busy routes equals higher ridership, as more people are able to use transit without lengthy waits. The Moving Forward project has several phases. […]

Back-to-school supplies needed

Back-to-school supplies needed

The sixth annual Salem-Keizer Education Foundation School Supply Drive kicks off Friday, Aug. 1. The drive meets a critical need in local schools by restocking the year-round resource created to provide a permanent, sustainable School Supply Depot supporting the entire Salem-Keizer community. The drive extends through the end of August with barrels at more than […]

KPD helping with National Night Out Aug. 5

KPD helping with National Night Out Aug. 5

In partnership with the National Association of Town Watch, the Keizer Police Department will be co-sponsoring the 31st annual National Night Out event citywide on Tuesday, Aug. 5 from 6 to 9 p.m. More than 34 million people in more than 15,000 communities throughout the country will join forces to promote police-community partnerships, crime, drug […]

Steam-up powers on

Steam-up powers on

On Aug. 2 and 3, Brooks’ Antique Powerland will continue its annual Great Oregon Steam-up. Parades and exhibits will feature vintage tractors, cars, trucks, military transportation. emergency vehicles and engines in a display of automotive power since the Industrial Age. Parades are slated both days at 1:30 p.m. Cost is $12 for a day pass, […]

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