October 19, 2019
Salem-News.com Outdoor articles
Salem-News.com (Feb-22-2018 13:35)
Good Fishing Requires Knowing a Few Essential TipsSalem-News.com Outdoors
Fish on! A little prep will reap you great rewards.
(SALEM, Ore.) -
Boat fishing is growing at a rapid pace, and that’s because angling is the favorite pastime of over forty million Americans.
Salem-News.com (May-22-2012 00:13)
Otter Rock and Roll Youth Surf Contest coming June 16th!Salem-News.com
Otter Rock n Roll began 4 years ago in celebration of International Surfing Day.
(NEWPORT, OR) -
The Surfrider Foundation will host the 4th annual Otter Rock n’ Roll Youth Surf and Beach Cleanup Challenge in celebration of International Surfing Day.
Salem-News.com (May-01-2010 22:00)
Salem Carousel`s `Lady Camoolot` Adopted by Rickreall DairySalem-News.com
The ornamental Carousel landmark ‘moooved’ down to Salem sometime in 2004.
(SALEM, Ore.) -
An adoption – of sorts – took place in in Salem, Oregon Friday.
Salem-News.com (Nov-03-2009 20:32)
Can Families Avoid Playing Favorites?A Dad’s Point-of-View, by Bruce Sallan Salem-News.com
Congratulations to Bruce Sallan for his 50th Salem-News.com article!
(AGOURA, Calif.) -
Sitting in Starbuck’s the other day, waiting for my car to be serviced, I sat next to a mom who shared a “dirty little parenting secret.” Her kids, and she and her husband, have “favorites.”
Salem-News.com (Aug-11-2009 00:19)
Old McKenzie Pass Highway Now OpenSalem-News.com
The "old" McKenzie Pass Highway became a seasonal scenic highway in 1962.
(SPRINGFIELD, Ore.) -
The McKenzie Pass Highway (OR 242) is now officially open to all traffic. The highway has been closed to complete a highway repaving project that has now been completed.
Salem-News.com (May-22-2009 07:17)
River Rats Rejoice - This Weekend is the Whitewater Season Kick-Off (AUDIO)Salem-News.com
Boaters are urged to be honest with themselves and others about their skill level.
(BEND, Ore.) -
Memorial Day Weekend is the kick-off of the river recreation season in Oregon. Rivers are running high and fast, which is a lure for whitewater lovers, but it's also the time of year when river accidents peak.