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Capi Lynn

Statesman Journal

Salem, OR, United States

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Past articles by Capi:

Cooke Stationery to close Downtown Salem location after 88 years

The office supply store will discontinue deliveries at the end of March and its last day of business will be April 28. → Read More

Longtime car dealership in Salem closes on Commercial Street

Withnell Dodge/Ram, a family-owned business, had been a fixture of the community since 1980 → Read More

These 15 outstanding educators are 2023 Crystal Apple award winners

Annual awards honor outstanding educators in public and private schools in Salem, Keizer → Read More

Meet Rocky, a Keizer pit bull that rescued a child from drowning at the Oregon Coast

The shy and lovable rescue dog does not like water. But he didn't hesitate to rescue the toddler from the surf. → Read More

Friends of Willie Richardson gather to see hat exhibit, share memories

Willie Richardson, a longtime advocate for racial equity, died Jan. 25. She was 74. → Read More

PHOTOS: A peek inside Willie Richardson's 'Hattitude' exhibit

The exhibit features nearly 100 hats belonging to Willie Richardson, who died Jan. 25, 2023. → Read More

Finding a place to live, even with a housing voucher, is a complex process

Across the country, rents and home prices have skyrocketed while the housing supply has plummeted. → Read More

Salem's long-time voice for racial equality Willie Richardson dies

Richardson was the first Black person elected to the Salem-Keizer school board in 1987 → Read More

Crystal Apple nominees represent more than 50 schools and programs across Salem and Keizer

Nominees will be recognized at an awards gala Feb. 10 at the Salem Convention Center → Read More

Crystal Apple educator nominations in, event tickets on sale

Nearly 90 educators have been nominated for a coveted Crystal Apple and will be honored at an awards gala Feb. 10 at the Salem Convention Center. → Read More

It's a girl! Meet Salem's first baby born in 2023

The newborn 'has a set of lungs that will be very useful in a big family' → Read More

Easterseals 'saves' local veterans experiencing housing crisis or homelessness

Veteran homelessness is declining nationwide but not in Marion and Polk counties → Read More

Antique photo printer stirs conversation at South Salem Senior Center

A nearly 100-year-old printing device was donated to the senior center in August. → Read More

Oregon is done with Daylight Saving Time

Debate over daylight saving time happens in March and November every year in Oregon. → Read More

Public library, psilocybin measures on ballot for Keizer residents in the 2022 election

Keizer residents will have an opportunity to decide whether to fund a public library and to vote on a city-wide ban on psilocybin-related businesses. → Read More

YMCA announces opening date for new facility near downtown Salem

The $30.5 million, 51,000-square-foot building at 685 Court St. NE replaces a nearly century-old facility at the same site that was shuttered in 2019. → Read More

Feel that? 4.4 earthquake near Lacomb

A 4.4 earthquake was reported in Lacomb, about 25 miles southwest of Salem, at about 6 a.m. Friday. → Read More

Check out this local nonprofit car and motorcycle museum

The Northwest Vintage Car & Motorcycle Museum has expanded at Powerland Heritage Park in Brooks → Read More

Crowd of 500 attends ribbon-cutting ceremony for new YMCA in downtown Salem

The Withnell Family YMCA is a $30.5 million, 51,000-square-foot building that replaces a nearly century-old facility. → Read More

Santiam Canyon area residents rush to prepare ahead of storm, power shutoffs

People in cities like Lyons, Detroit and Gates are preparing for power shutoffs and a wind storm to hit on Friday. → Read More