Carol McAlice Currie, Statesman Journal

Carol McAlice Currie

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Salem, OR, United States

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Past articles by Carol:

Tigger, dog with birth-defected front paws, gets prosthetics and new lease on life

Dog supported by the Mid-Valley first and rest of the country after his story goes viral, gets chance to walk near normally. → Read More

Assistance League Salem-Keizer helps kick off open-house season

This will be the organization's 6th annual Holiday Open House. → Read More

Donate your empty soda, beer cans, save lives

Groups hope to raise enough money to offer more low-cost spay and neuter programs for dogs and cats in the Mid-Valley. → Read More

Capitol Exchange Club of Salem, Salem Exchange Club to host Veterans Matter fundraiser

Owners at the Silver Spur wanted to show their gratitude toward veterans, so they've offered to help us offer country dance lessons. → Read More

Free pet adoption from Willamette Humane Society this weekend

Calling all animal lovers, the Willamette Humane Society and Capitol Subaru are joining forces to offer the community a no-fee adoption event this Sunday, Oct. 1. → Read More

Chinese Massage and Beauty offering services since 1998

The clinic focuses on holistic Chinese energy healing, which centers on taking good care of one’s body. → Read More

South Salem grad playing benefit performance Sept. 23

The concert helps fulfill one of Caitlin Lynch's dreams to create a fund for private music lessons for needy students in the Salem-Keizer district. → Read More

Make a difference with Carlie’s Kindness Campaign

Steele, who just started her freshman year at Amity High School, said her mission is to get the community involved. → Read More

Free well testing offered in Marion County

Have you had your well tested recently? → Read More

Contest for rescue dogs will determine who leads bridge parade

The winner of the online contest will get to lead the parade at the dedication of the Peter Courtney Minto Island Bridge in early August. → Read More

Grape Lane Poultry offers less hectic eclipse viewing

The farm is opening its gates to the public Aug. 20-21 for what is being billed as optimal eclipse viewing in a peaceful environment. → Read More

Discussion will tackle spiritual community's loss of concern for relationships

He said the founders of all faiths were interested in relationships with the Creator and each other, but that religions are losing that interest today. → Read More

Plant sale blooms at Salem Art Fair & Festival

The Friends of Bush Gardens are hosting a plant sale adjacent to the Salem Art Fair & Festival this week. → Read More

Community benefits dominate Holding Court this week

A new baby also makes it into the Holding Court mix this week. → Read More

Event fetes Cynthia Richardson’s new position in Salem-Keizer School District

A two-week-old baby stole the Holding Court show this week at the Court Street Dairy Lunch restaurant. → Read More

Stolen tractor leaves local farming family in the dust

Longtime Salem resident Ann Lyman stopped by the Court Street Dairy Lunch on Tuesday with the distressing news that her favorite berry farmers had been robbed. → Read More

Jumping allowed for therapy-dog classes

Joy St. Peter had her therapy dog, Shrek, with her at Holding Court on Tuesday, and the doe-eyed dog gathered everyone's attention. → Read More

Marion County Fair is looking for volunteers

It needs volunteers in three areas: public competition helpers, STEAM activity assistants and welcome/information booth greeters. → Read More

Get your art on at the Bohemian Bash

The art festival taking place in the alley and at the Reed Opera House will blend the worlds of art, photography, writing, fashion, food and more. → Read More

Born Again Pit Bull Rescue holding dog wash fundraiser

Volunteers will be washing for $10 to $15 depending on the size of the dog. → Read More