Mayoral race takes shape PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 13 May 2015 00:00

The race to replace Salem Mayor David Bower took shape on Tuesday, May 5 when local voters elected Troy Merry (D) and Ron Haendiges (R) to square off in the fall.

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Agan to be featured quilter at June show PDF Print E-mail

By Monika Spaulding
Special Correspondent
 

When Terri Agan took her Girl Scout Troop to a quilting class several years ago, she had no idea the love she would form for the craft herself.

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Eastern dancer earns spot on Lousiville dance team PDF Print E-mail

After a three day process that featured very little sleep and a lot of hard work, Eastern graduate Ryan Green heard the words he was waiting for.

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AWC 2015 works on class project PDF Print E-mail

The AWC Class of 2014 (Awareness Washington County) recently announced the imminent completion of its class project.     The class has completed site preparation and on Saturday, June 6 they commenced installation of 9 pieces of permanent outdoor exercise equipment at the corner of Homer and Mill Streets. In close proximity to the Walking Trail, this will be a family friendly site that is free to the public.

 

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New tutoring, mentoring program offering summer opportunities PDF Print E-mail

By Monkika Spaulding
Special Correspondent
 

C.A.S.T. (Creating Avenues for Student Transformation) is a new non-profit in Washington County focused on serving local students at the middle school level.    The organization was founded by Allison Ezzell, Kim Scifres, Jeff Day and Steve and Cassie Corp.

 

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