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Tuesday March 29, 2016    05:27 PM
Story Oscar-winner and TV star Patty Duke passed away at the age of 69. She was known for many achievements. Here are 5 things you might not have known about the actress. Patty Duke, the teen who won an Oscar for The Miracle Worker and later played "identical cousins" in her own TV sitcom, has died. She was 69. The news was confirmed Tuesday by one of her representatives, Mitchell Stubbs. "Anna ...

Wednesday March 29, 2017    04:55 PM
Story The Marion County Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) is proud to collaborate with the Oregon National Guard and other community partners to present a free 5K fun run and 1 mile walk on Sunday, April 3, 2016, to commemorate Sexual Assault Awareness Month and bring this important issue to the forefront. The event takes place at Salem's Riverfront Park. Check in and registration is from 7:45 am -- 8 ...

Saturday March 25, 2017    10:46 AM
Story Search giant Google started construction this week on its latest Oregon data center in The Dalles. The new $600 million facility will be the company’s fourth data center in The Dalles. This project brings the company’s total investment in The Dalles to $1.8 billion since 2005. Last summer, the city of The Dalles and Wasco County approved a 15-year tax abatement deal with the company. Under t ...

Friday March 18, 2016    10:20 AM
Story Even though the occupation of the would-be militiamen who took over a wildlife refuge in Oregon ended a month ago with a whimper instead of a martyr-producing bang, that doesn’t mean that the right-wing fringe isn’t still trying to turn this into the next Waco, to be lovingly obsessed over to stoke their victim complex. Now new video out shows this issue is not going away anytime soon. Robert " ...

Wednesday March 9, 2016    09:17 AM
Story More than one-fourth of Oregon wineries reported poor financial performance in a recent survey, which may actually be related to their success in growing sales and production, experts say. Oregon wineries expect sales to surge in 2016 but that doesn’t mean all of them anticipate a healthy bottom line. Despite healthy demand for their wine, more than one-fourth of Oregon wine producers repo ...

Tuesday July 3, 2018    01:13 PM
Story In the U.S., child abuse is a crime. In Russia, it is routine. Up to 60 percent of children in orphanages suffer abuse from their caregivers, and it is a rare occasion when someone serves prison time for crimes against children. __ Moscow Times. Victims of child sexual abuse are often lured by the fake promise of being published in mainstream fashion magazines. Some victims believe that prostit ...

Friday May 5, 2017    03:14 PM
Story It is our hope that you read these suicide notes, especially if you have an intention of writing one yourself. We hope these last notes from the depressed will change your mind ...

"Dear Mom, I love you with all my heart. I just wasn’t meant for this world! I hope I can find a place of peace and happiness, a place I am child enough to live, yet man enough to survive. I love y ...


Friday March 4, 2016    11:18 AM
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As educational video games intended for children go, MECC’s The Oregon Trail is already bleak in its depiction of life in 19th century pioneer life in America. After all, this was the software that made a pop culture byword out of "You have died of dysentery." But even The Oregon T ...


Monday July 2, 2018    02:20 PM
Story A family was out enjoying the snow in California’s Tahoe National Forest when suddenly, the unthinkable happened. Ten-year-old Samantha White had plunged into a giant 10-foot snow hole – and when her dad tried to help, she only fell in further. To make matters worse, they were told help from 911 wouldn’t arrive for at least an hour, said her dad William White. "Sammy’s screaming, ‘don’t l ...

Wednesday March 2, 2016    02:13 PM
Story How will Facebook incorporate its new Reactions into its news feed algorithm? (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer) As someone who’s spent the past eight years working as a social media consultant, I’m a bit worried about Facebook’s new Reactions emoji–not from a business standpoint, but as a member of the human race. For me, the most troubling aspect of the new emoji options is that since 2006, Facebook ...


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