Author: Salem Weekly

WHOSE SHOES?

Flash Fiction by R. S. Stewart The shoe shop had been empty all morning, and now that it was nearing noon, I decided to close while I ate my usual brown bag lunch packed the night before. I looked about me as no salesman would...

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CANNABIS ON THE BRINK

On May 30th the OLCC issued a news release announcing a pause in the acceptance of new marijuana license applications. Steve Marks, Executive Director of the OLCC, stated “In order to ensure that the OLCC is fulfilling its...

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GUIDE to bee friendly planting

“Pollinators,” says Matthew Shepherd of the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation in Portland, “bees in particular—touch our lives every day. From the blueberries we put in our granola or smoothies at breakfast to the...

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PROGRESS FOR THE MAYOR’S TASK FORCE

The Mayor’s Task Force on Solutions for Downtown Homelessness held their fourth meeting Wed., April 4.  This session firmly focused on possible solutions for the many challenges earlier identified as relating to the many...

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NEIGHBORHOOD CLEAN-UP

The North East Neighbors Association (NEN) is determined to do something about the increasing problem of trash and litter on Salem’s city streets.  The association is sponsoring a series of clean-up days for the NEN and Grant...

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Let it Happen

A poem by Elizabeth Keyser   Asleep before the screen I woke to see      men black and white, African and American, working to save an orphaned elephant    ivory poachers left to die.           Wrapping her tenderly in blankets,...

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