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Salem-News.com (Jun-08-2016 22:53)

Stranger Danger Alert in Southeast Portland After Several Incidents Involving School Children

If any residents in the area of these incidents have surveillance cameras, investigators are asking them to check for any possible images of the suspect(s).

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - stranger danger The Portland Police Bureau is asking the community to be aware of several reported incidents where strangers are approaching school children in Southeast Portland.

In the past five days, Youth Services Division officers have taken reports of strangers approaching school children in the areas of Creston School, Ron Russell Middle School, and, Hosford Middle School.

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Salem-News.com (May-12-2016 11:10)

FBI Says Threat from Pedophiles Online is Vast and Extensive

Child Sexual Exploitation is an increasing problem.

(WASHINGTON D.C.) - child pedophiles The case of a Tennessee man sentenced last month to 21 years in prison on child pornography charges serves as an important reminder to parents and children about the dangers of an online world where things are not always as they appear and pedophiles may be lurking around many virtual corners.

The pedophiles tricked their young victims by creating fake profiles on social networking sites, where they posed as teenagers to lure children to their websites.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-29-2016 22:09)

WSU Program Ensures Bodies for Medical Study

Students learn about the effects of aging and disease.

(SPOKANE, Wash.) - WSU Spokane The new Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University is procuring the resources it will need once it receives permission to admit students.

More than 40 local physicians have been hired to create and teach the curriculum, along with administrators and support staff. Facilities provide sufficient classroom space and a state-of-the-art anatomy lab.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-10-2016 17:38)

The Grace and Charm of Crystal Eastin Brown Remembered

Crystal Eastin Brown, Dec. 2, 1939-April 1, 2016

(SALEM, Ore.) - Crystal Eastin I was sad to hear of the passing of Crystal Eastin Brown. I was honored to have the opportunity to visit with her on one occasion, as I've been captivated by her story for many years.

During the Vietnam War, Crystal had a relationship with John Steinbeck IV, the son of the famous US author. Both journalists, they had adventures beyond compare, and Crystal gave birth to their child while living in Vietnam, a girl they named Blake. She is the only biological grandchild of author John Steinbeck.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-16-2016 20:37)

Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom Kicks off the 2016 Literacy Project

Because everyone EATS.... agriculture is important to 100% of us.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Myers Elementary Fifth graders in Salem physically tried on different career possibilities at the annual Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom Literacy Project 2016 Kick-off at Myers Elementary School this week.

The 2016 featured book Before We Eat: From Farm to Table, and the related lesson feature a myriad of careers available in the Oregon farming, forestry, fishing, and fiber industries.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-08-2016 07:36)

Int`l Women`s Day Proves Strength and Tenacity Year after Year

Women’s day is about actions against injustice, in deeds, not simply words.

(OCCUPIED PALESTINE) - intl womens day 2016 On this International Women's Day, I am in Amman attending the Lancet Palestinian Health Alliance Conference where most presentations are by brilliant women (thank you Rita Giacaman for excellent coordination/organizing).

In this conference, public health issues are discussed in the regional context and in the context of Israeli colonial occupation. I was inspired mostly by people here: good dedicated experts who present the data regardless of how they get attacked by the powerful elite who profit from war, conflict and inequality.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-16-2016 20:27)

Marion County Health Department Announces Immunization Clinic

Immunization Clinic Wednesday at 1660 Oak St. SE, Salem, Ore.

(SALEM, Ore.) - caution The clinic is expected to cause significant vehicle and pedestrian congestion in the parking lot and surrounding neighborhood.

In addition to heavy vehicle traffic patients should expect a longer than average wait time, so as an alternative the Health Department is suggesting you contact your local pharmacy as many now offer walk-in immunizations for students age 7 and over.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-28-2016 13:09)

The RPP Commemoration of the 71st Anniversary of the Liberation of the Auschwitz Nazi Death Camp by Soviet troops.

The international community has not learned the lessons from these Genocides.

(LONDON) - Salem-News.com The Rwanda People’s Party (RPP) wishes to join with the people of Israel and people from all over the world to mark the 71st anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz Death Camp.

In this camp, up to three million Jews were cruelly murdered by German Nazis. On this date, the RPP wishes to call on the world to remember all those who died at this camp and to honour the soldiers of the former Soviet Union who helped to liberate the concentration camp.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-23-2015 03:30)

George Clayton Johnson has Died (UPDATED)

EDITOR: “Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated”: George Clayton Johnson died Dec 25, 2015, not the 22nd as previously reported.

(SALEM, Ore.) - George Clayton Johnson The illuminating, exoterical, astronomical George Clayton Johnson has died. He was 86. The genius science-fiction writer behind so much of what we’ve all watched and enjoyed has passed on to his next adventure. The cause was cancer, his son, Paul B. Johnson, told the Associated Press.

George Clayton Johnson wrote the very first episode of Star Trek, The Man Trap; he wrote eight original Twilight Zone episodes for series creator Rod Serling including "Nothing in the Dark", "Kick the Can", "A Game of Pool", and "A Penny for Your Thoughts".

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Salem-News.com (Dec-09-2015 07:29)

John Trudell - Human

"He got a fast horse. Comanche warriors made sure he got their best. Hoofbeats thunder through the Time Ripple, cracking open the curtains that divide the spirit worlds, casting sparks back our way. Let's gather them up and build fires." --- Greta Montagne

(SALEM, Ore.) - John Trudell There’s a reason John Trudell is in the Counterculture Hall of Fame. Several reasons.

The great Santee Sioux poet/philosopher/warrior passed December 8, 2015 after a long bout with cancer. He was at peace, surrounded by family and friends; many had tirelessly helped care for John thru this transition. He lived a magnificent life. He was 69.

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