July 28, 2015
Browse All News Articles on Salem-News Page 1| Next Page
Salem-News.com (Jul-28-2015 19:56:00)
International Parental Kidnapping Case Leads to South Pacific IslandSalem-News.com
The father pled guilty in March 2015 and was sentenced last week.
(WASHINGTON, DC) -
When 9-year-old Billy Hanson didn’t return to Pennsylvania after spending the summer with his father in Seattle, the boy’s mother called her local police department, setting in motion an international kidnapping investigation that led FBI agents halfway around the world to a tiny island in the South Pacific.
Salem-News.com (Jul-28-2015 16:44:00)
Backyard Chicken Ordinance Considered by Marion County CommissionersSalem-News.com
Six hens (no roosters) would be allowed on property inside urban growth boundaries.
(SALEM, Ore.) -
The Marion County Board of Commissioners will hold the first reading of an ordinance allowing backyard chickens, within urban growth boundary areas, at its regularly scheduled Board Session on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The meeting begins at 9 a.m.
Salem-News.com (Jul-27-2015 23:05:00)
Oregon: 37th Annual Jim Wright Memorial Stearman Fly-InSalem-News.com
Bi-planes Galore! Oregon Aviation Historical Society brings vintage aircraft to Cottage Grove
(COTTAGE GROVE, Ore.) -
The public is invited free of charge to view the aircraft, talk to the pilots, and tour the History Center. Saturday is the best day to come out and see these vintage beauties.
Salem-News.com (Jul-27-2015 22:31:00)
Cannabis Creative Conference in Oregon Brings Businesses Together for Budding OpportunitiesSalem-News.com Cannabis De-Classified
National trade show will help businesses, entrepreneurs and professionals profit in the growing, legal marijuana industry
(PORTLAND, Ore.) -
The United States economy is experiencing a revolution through the legalization of cannabis, both for medicinal and recreational use.
Salem-News.com (Jul-24-2015 22:42:00)
President Obama (Please) Support African Civil Society in Visit to Sub-Saharan AfricaWilliam Nicholas Gomes, Human Rights Ambassador
A plea to the President to affirm solidarity for African pro-democracy and human rights activists
Dear Mr. President:
Salem-News.com (Jul-24-2015 15:35:00)
FBI Launches Campaign Against Economic EspionageSalem-News.com
As part of a nationwide campaign to raise awareness of the growing economic espionage threat, the FBI has released a short video, "The Company Man: Protecting America’s Secrets", based on an actual case.
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) -
Industries in the United States spend more on research and development than any other country in the world. The amount of effort and resources put into developing a unique product or process that can provide an edge in the business world is not unsubstantial.
Salem-News.com (Jul-24-2015 15:02:00)
Bat Found in Marion County Tests Positive for RabiesSalem-News.com
Be suspicious of bats that approach people. See VIDEO below.
(SALEM, Ore.) -
Marion County health officials are reporting that a bat found inside a home tested positive for rabies on Tuesday, July 20, 2015. The test was conducted by the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory.
Salem-News.com (Jul-22-2015 14:25:00)
Nuclear Agreement with Iran is Good for the U.S.Ralph E. Stone Salem-News.com
What was really at stake in these negotiations was international trade and U.S. prestige.
(SAN FRANCISCO) -
On July 14th, the U.S., China, France, Germany, Great Britain, and Russia reached an agreement with Iran to "to limit Tehran’s nuclear ability in return for lifting international oil and financial sanctions."
Salem-News.com (Jul-22-2015 13:30:00)
Thailand Must End Harassment of Researchers and Human Rights DefendersWilliam Nicholas Gomes, Human Rights Ambassador
Human rights defender reaches out to the Prime Minister of Thailand for help in correcting wrongdoings.
I am writing to express our deep concern regarding the ongoing judicial and other harassment of human rights defenders, including journalists and researchers who report on human trafficking, or otherwise bring to light violations of labour and migrants' rights, and the lack of accountability for labour rights violations in Thailand.
Salem-News.com (Jul-21-2015 21:56:00)
Merkley Statement on Failed Transportation VoteSalem-News.com
Oregon's Senator explains why the "NO" vote was necessary.
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) -
Oregon’s Senator Jeff Merkley released the following statement after he and a bipartisan majority of Senators voted against an attempt to bring a 1,000 page transportation bill to the floor less than an hour after it had been released:
Use PayPal to