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Justin Much

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Salem, OR, United States

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Past articles by Justin:

Turner awards state employee for floodplain efforts

Turner presents "Customer Service Award" to highlight government worker who exemplifies customer service. → Read More

NBC awards 10k grant to Regis theater

Regis St. Mary Catholic School is one of 50 schools nationwide to receive a $10,000 grant for theater through NBC's RISE America. → Read More

Threatening note investigated at Mill City school

Mill City student's note contains threat to "shoot up the school." → Read More

Donation boosts Robert Frost school supplies

TCC donates school supplies to 10 Robert Frost Elementary School teachers. → Read More

Turner, Stayton students advance to regional robotics competition

Ratchet Robotics from the Aumsville-Stayton area earns a regional competition berth. → Read More

Stayton physician recognized by Salem Health

Boughn for 40 years of service as a primary care physician in Stayton. → Read More

Railway needs business support to restore line between Silverton and Stayton

More industry, increased carloads and a surcharge would have to converge before railroad shipping services become available again south of Silverton. → Read More

Marion County proposes Oregon Garden debt forgiveness

Roughly $6 million in economic development funding would be converted to a grant. → Read More

Canyon Conversations: Stayton slates first-Saturday farmer's market

Downtown Stayton's Marketplace at the Grove will host a farmer's market on the first Saturday of each month. → Read More

Vandalism forces Silverton church community to vacate

Vandalism at Silverton's Seventh-day Adventist Church has rendered the building unusable for the foreseeable future. → Read More

'Smart meters' coming to Santiam region homes

Pacific Power is installing new smart meters throughout the Santiam region. → Read More

Canyon Conversations: Photos prompt detective work

Santiam Historical Society delves into snapshots from the turn of the century. → Read More

Commissioners kickoff community tours in Mt. Angel

Marion County Commissioners to kick off countywide community tours in Mt. Angel → Read More

Stayton Elementary School students raise $7K, teacher gets mohawk

Stayton Elementary School students raised more than $7K through "Jump Rope for Heart," sending their PE teacher to the barber chair in the process. → Read More

Aumsville mechanic keeps tip-top public safety rigs

Aumsville Fire mechanic receives Outstanding Special District Program award. → Read More

Stayton, Pacific Power dispute power pole costs

Moving 10 power poles, and paying for it, are at the center of a roughly $250,000 debate. → Read More

'Kindness Rocks' in Sublimity

Sublimity students take place in a "kindness rocks" project, where students leave inspiring messages around town. → Read More

Speed radar signs coming to Turner

Turner will soon be seeing new traffic radar signs that will remind motorists of their speed. → Read More

Free seminars focus on farm-worker safety

Free farm-worker safety seminars to take place in Woodburn, Salem. → Read More

Silverton High Junior Dance Camp slated for Feb. 13-15

The camp will culminate with a halftime performance during the Friday, Feb. 16, Silverton basketball game. → Read More