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Salem-News.com (Aug-09-2014 17:40)

Small Oregon Town in Shock After Standoff Leaves Two Dead

The suspect on multiple occasions threatened to take his own life, and yelled at police to shoot him neighbors told Salem-News.com.

(MOUNT ANGEL, Ore. ) - Mt Angel Standoff A standoff in the small Oregon town of Mount Angel ended in tragedy Saturday when a man took the life of his ex-girlfriend's mother, and then his own.

Salem-News.com was on-scene early Saturday morning where the stand-off between Daniel Cuanas and police from Mt. Angel, Silverton, Woodburn, and Marion County began around 2:34 a.m.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-09-2014 07:35)

UPDATE #2 Hostage Situation in Mt. Angel

As of 5:00 p.m. the incident appears to be over. Video now in from the scene in Mt. Angel.

(MT. ANGEL, Ore. ) - BREAKING NEWS Several Willamette Valley police agencies have been working throughout the night, trying to resolve a hostage situation in Mt. Angel, Oregon.

Mt. Angel police tell Salem-News.com that officers were called to the home at 775 St. Mary's Avenue in Mt. Angel at 2:34 a.m. Saturday morning, and called Woodburn Police and the Marion County Sheriff's Office for assistance.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-20-2014 21:47)

Historic Oregon Restaurant Destroyed by Fire

Mt. Angel Fire says the restaurant was a total loss, and the cause of the fire remains under investigation. Historic Oregon

(MT. ANGEL, Ore. ) - Markum Inn Fire An early morning fire has destroyed a Willamette Valley landmark restaurant east of Mt. Angel.

Firefighters from Mt Angel, Silverton, Woodburn, Molalla, Monitor and Canby were called to a commercial structure fire at the Markum Inn off Highway 213 between Molalla and Silverton just after 4:30 a.m. Sunday.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-19-2010 16:42)

Icy Road Conditions Factor in Friday Morning Minor Injury Crashes North of Colton

(SALEM, Ore.) - Rolled F250 Two Friday morning traffic crashes on Highway 211 north of Colton are a reminder that winter weather conditions can unexpectedly make driving dangerous. Oregon State Police (OSP) and ODOT continue to urge drivers to be prepared and drive cautiously.

According to OSP Senior Trooper Jason Lindland, on November 19, 2010 at approximately 8:00 a.m. a 2010 Ford F250 pickup driven by Fidel Montes Hernandez, age 23, from Mt. Angel, was traveling eastbound on Highway 211 near milepost 25 rounding a curve when he lost control on black ice. The pickup rolled and came to rest on its side.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-29-2010 17:22)

Siletz Tribe Funds to Aid Local Emergency Food Agencies

(SALEM, Ore.) - Salem-News.com Five nonprofit partners that provide food and shelter to needy people in Marion County will benefit from a $4,831 grant for equipment from Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund. Marion-Polk Food Share will accept the grant in a distribution ceremony on Nov. 5 at Chinook Winds Hotel in Lincoln City.

As the regional food bank, MPFS provides capacity building support as well as food supplies to its 87 member charities throughout Marion and Polk counties. The grant request made by MPFS on behalf of its network partners will benefit two Salem shelters, Salem Outreach Shelter/YWCA, Stepping Out Ministries; one in Mt. Angel, St. Joseph Shelter; three Forever Homes (one in Keizer and two in Salem) operated by Catholic Community Services; and Sacred Heart Food Bank in Gervais.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-24-2010 18:33)

Award Winning Original Roots Bluegrass Band to Appear at Mt. Angel Performing Arts Center

(MT. ANGEL, Ore.) -  Dennis Nelson, Tom Tower, Kathy Boyd and Tim Crosby Doran Productions and the Mt. Angel Performing Arts Center will host an evening of family friendly, outstandingly entertaining original roots bluegrass with the award-winning group Kathy Boyd & Phoenix Rising.

Celebrating their 5th year together, 2010 has been a banner season for the band, with the release of their 3rd CD - a gospel recording called "Walk Humbly", 47 performances, a partnership with Brian Farrish Radio Promotions, and the recent win of the $10,000 prize in the 2010 International City Love Music Contest with a song about band leader Kathy Boyd's home town of Clatskanie, Oregon

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