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Past articles by Colton:

Council considers three locations for new city hall

City Council considered three possible sites for a new city hall in Silverton. → Read More

Progress continues at Rite Aid construction site

The new store at the corner of McClaine and Westfield Streets is scheduled to debut Dec. 1 → Read More

Brewfest kicks off weekend of music, games and beer

The 11th annual Oregon Garden Brewfest runs through Sunday, touting a full weekend of live music and 136 unique beers on tap. → Read More

Bike boulevards show promise in Salem

Report identifies Maple Avenue NE and Winter Street NE as possible cycling corridors. → Read More

Haggen opening is a hit with shoppers

Keizer store is one of 20 in Oregon acquired by Bellingham-based chain → Read More

Four things to take away from Monday's council meeting

Salem looks set to expand its railroad "quiet zone" in the north of the city following a unanimous vote at the city council's meeting Monday, April 27. → Read More

New Grand Theatre sign would require tweaking city code

A 26-foot-tall electric sign outside the Grand Theatre will be considered. → Read More

Barber shop offering free whiskey, pool opens downtown

Big Derrick’s Barber Shop opened Friday, April 10, in the Reed Opera House basement. → Read More

Marion County voters to consider OSU extension levy

Voters will decide whether to support the 5 cents per $1,000 levy in the May 19 ballot → Read More

FFA convention showcases Silverton farming community

Silverton’s FFA chapter raised $35,000 from the community to host the state convention. → Read More

Ulan Moore to host art workshops on drawing, painting

Local artist Ulan Moore will host two three-hour workshops this Saturday, March 14. → Read More

Poor roads, marijuana laws top city priorities in 2015

Roads and marijuana are two legislative issues that city officials are watching closely. → Read More

Mt. Angel schools to see flurry of renovations in 2015

Mt. Angel Middle School has a new look and Kennedy High School is undergoing improvements. → Read More

Two Farm Bureau scholarship programs available in 2015

The deadline for applications is March 15. → Read More

Trio raises thousands to expand Belgian nano-brewery

Three nano-brewers in Silverton known for their eccentric beers appear to have a following → Read More

Silverton Friends Church hosts regional Bible quiz meet

About 120 junior high and high school students attended from across the Pacific Northwest → Read More

Eugene Field School to close by 2016 after 4-3 vote

School Board votes for approximately $2.5 million modular expansion to the Schlador campus → Read More

Cycling advocates hope to make Silverton bike-friendly

Silverton could gain more bike trails, bike lanes, bike shops and cyclists in coming years → Read More

City of Silverton withdraws from co-funded water study

The city of Silverton backed out of a water study on Monday, Jan. 5. → Read More

Hospital doctor creates stunning white board images

White boards have never had it so good. → Read More