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Salem-News.com (March 15, 2018 03:22)

Oregon Schools Join Thousands in Walkout Against Gun Violence

A new gun culture is on the horizon

(SALEM, Ore.) - walkout The walkout lasted for exactly 17 minutes -- a minute for each life lost in the tragedy at Parkland. The clock was set and hundreds of students stood in quiet contemplation as it counted down. The last minute was an observed moment of silence.

Students were well spoken and clearly had done their homework researching the walkout and what it meant.


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Salem-News.com (February 25, 2018 15:20)

Oregon Archives Exhibit Black in Oregon, 1840-1870

This first-of-its-kind exhibit focusing on African-American families who were part of Oregon’s pioneer heritage.

(SALEM, Ore.) - oregon black history When each of us give the Pledge of Allegiance, we place our hand over our heart and promise, “liberty and justice for all.” As your Secretary of State, I have accepted the challenge to promote liberty and justice for all Oregonians.

To obtain liberty and justice for all Oregonians requires a recognition and clear understanding of the history of Oregon minority populations, who have suffered repression, discrimination, and persecution throughout Oregon’s history.


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Salem-News.com (January 10, 2018 03:00)

Oregon Man Imprisoned in El Salvador en Route to Colombia

Clay Pierce is a disabled patient jailed in hellish conditions for months.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Clay Pierce Oregonian Clay Pierce is imprisoned in the Mariona prison in El Salvador for possession of personal use medical cannabis, just $43 worth of Oregon-licensed homegrown medicine. Pierce is an Oregon medical marijuana cardholder.

This story is an important notice to all Oregonians: when traveling from one legal cannabis location to another, you must be aware of the laws in all connecting flight locations.


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Salem-News.com (November 27, 2017 13:22)

Israeli Official says Few Jews Fight for America

"They never send their children to fight for their country" ~Israel Deputy Foreign Minister Hotovely

(LONDON) - Tzipi Hotovely Israel's deputy foreign minister Tzipi Hotovely attacked U.S. Jewry in an interview with i24 News on Wednesday.

Hotovely referred to American Jews as “people that never send their children to fight for their country, most of the Jews don’t have children serving as soldiers, going to the Marines, going to Afghanistan, or to Iraq. Most of them are having quite convenient lives...”


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Salem-News.com (November 21, 2017 20:19)

Hanford Nuclear Cleanup Board Meeting in The Dalles

The production of plutonium at Hanford ended in 1989

(SALEM, Ore.) - atomic bomb test For the last 25 years, Hanford has been the site of the world’s largest environmental cleanup program, the result of wastes created during the production of plutonium for America’s nuclear weapons program. Cleanup will continue for at least the next several decades.

The Oregon Hanford Cleanup Board will meet November 27-28 at the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, 5000 Discovery Drive, in The Dalles.


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Salem-News.com (November 02, 2017 16:43)

Connecticut Group Staged Car Accidents for Insurance Money

Insurance paid out $10,000 to $30,000 per crash in about 50 crashes.

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - fraud Everyone in the car survived, but this seemingly typical crash was no accident.

Despite their impairment, the driver and passengers had purposely planned the crash to collect the insurance money. It was one of many crashes that a group of Connecticut residents were connected to over several years—contributing to higher car insurance premiums for all drivers and wasting public resources like ambulance responses.


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Salem-News.com (October 30, 2017 14:57)

Early Morning Fire Guts Lebanon Mini Mart

There was no damage to the owners' home close by.

(LEBANON, Ore.) - Lebanon mini mart fire An undetected fire tore through the C & R Mini Mart Monday morning destroying the small convenience store outside of Lebanon near Waterloo.

Firefighters received the call for flames coming from the rear of the market at 31054 Santiam Highway just before 5:00 a.m. and arrived to find the small market fully engulfed in flames.


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Salem-News.com (October 11, 2017 23:55)

Protesters Line up to Greet Betsy DeVos at McMinnville High School

The most controversial education secretary in recent history visits rural Oregon high school.

(McMINNVILLE, Ore.) - young protester A crowd of over one hundred people gathered on the streets next to McMinnville High School today, to give Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos a hearty Oregon reception. There were protesters and supporters, though her supporters were outnumbered by the score.

Well known as a billionaire philanthropist, DeVos’ “out of touch” policies directly threaten federal funding for public schools, according to teachers we spoke with.


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Salem-News.com (October 04, 2017 16:40)

VPN Viewers Find Solutions to Netflix Limitations

Consumers bypass Netflix restrictions with the help of certain VPNs.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Netflix In 2016, Netflix, the popular online video streaming platform banned IP addresses associated with the VPN networks, from accessing its services.

Although this step had implications on a large number of Netflix users everywhere, the ones that used ExpressVPN continued to enjoy the Netflix services.

The biggest issue with Netflix is that its services are country-specific, implying that if you stay in the UK, and want to watch the Netflix programs available in the US, you can’t do it unless you use services like virtual private networks.


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Salem-News.com (September 20, 2017 13:40)

Canada`s First Lottery

Canada's lottery history is part of the fabric of the country

(SALEM, Ore.) - Vintage Canada Lottery commercial There was a lottery in Quebec from 1969, offering a prize of $125,000, and the very first draw was held in 1970. However, the first government sponsored lottery took place on the 15th of April 1974, and its creation was entirely due to the financial woes being caused by the impending Olympics.

CBC Television screened the highly anticipated first draw in April ’74, while people were throwing ‘lottery parties’ at home to celebrate the event. Nine ladies from Quebec shared the million dollar top prize,.


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