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Hispanic Real Estate Organization Makes Its Way to Western Oregon

Written by Luis Ramirez on Nov. 12th, 2023

The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals officially made its debut in Oregon this month after jumping through some hoops to become a full-fledged chapter.

The organization is a national one, but several Real Estate members in the community wanted to spearhead a chapter in Oregon to focus on real issues and information that goes on in…

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Salem Eats: The Creative Twist of Salem’s Pasta Boss

Written by Wyatt Jones on Nov. 8th, 2023

Pasta Boss is redefining Italian cuisine in Salem by empowering diners to take control of their culinary destiny. The brainchild of food aficionados Jared and Kevin, Pasta Boss reinvents the traditional dining experience with its 'Be the Boss of Your Pasta' concept. Nestled on Broadway Street, this fresh face in the local food landscape introduces a dash

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From the Desk Of Vanessa Nordyke

Written by  Vanessa Nordyke on Nov. 8th, 2023

Salem City Councilor Vanessa Nordyke is a mental health advocate, dogmom, and the Executive Director of CASA of Marion County.

Born and raised on Croisan Creek Road, I serve the community that raised me. I’ve worked on projects for at-risk youth, military veterans, domestic violence survivors, persons struggling with mental illness and substance abuse, …

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Salem Business Legacy: Brian Moore’s Journey of Values-Driven Leadership in Business and Community

Written by Ángela Andrada on Nov. 8th, 2023

Brian Gregory Moore, CEO and owner of Neighborly Ventures, Inc., combines legal acumen with a community-first ethos in his role as a pillar of the Salem community. His professional trajectory has seen him evolve from a real estate and land use attorney to a director of real estate development, culminating in his current position as CEO.

Moore's commitment…

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Salem Rising Star: Jason Conrad – A Portrait of Leadership Beyond the Court

Written by Christian F. Hanson on Nov. 8th, 2023

In the high-stakes world of professional sports, it's rare to find a leader who has traversed the realms of athlete, artist, and altruist with equal fervor. Meet Jason Conrad, the owner of a professional basketball team in Salem, whose journey from the canvas to the court has been anything but conventional.

Conrad's odyssey began at California State Unive…

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Musical Chairs In CD 5: Round and round she goes- where she stops, nobody knows

Written by Rick Metsger on Nov. 6th, 2023

When it comes to musical chairs, political candidates are masters of the game. Only one can claim the prize, the others are just left circling the drain. Oregon Congressional District number five has attracted four notable entrants, a Republican incumbent and three Democrats jockeying for position in a race with national implications for party control in

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Stettler Supply Company Marks 75th Anniversary

Written by Zev Glass on Nov. 5th, 2023

Stettler Supply Company, a mainstay in the agricultural community of Oregon's Willamette Valley, commemorates its 75th year of operation in 2023. Established in 1948, the company has been an integral provider of irrigation systems and services, from inception and construction to maintenance and repair.

Over the years, Stettler Supply has become a pillar i…

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Salem Events: November

Written by Alex Ferry on Nov. 4th, 2023

DATETIMEEVENTLOCATIONRESOURCEAdmission1-Nov5:30PM - 7:30PMSalem Real Estate Investor's GroupXicha Brewing - North Salem 2195 Hyacinth St NE #162, Salem, OR 97301alex@ferryinsurance.usFree2-Nov7:00AM - 8:30AMPublic Policy MeetingSalem Area Chamber of Commerce
1110 Commercial St NE, Salem, OR 97301https://salemchamber.org/Free3-Nov8:30AM - 10AMGreeters: Life Changes by YouTBDhttps://salemchamber.org/Free3-Nov12PM - 1PMChemeketa SBDC: Meet Your Small Business Development CenterOnlineEvents/Workshops (oregonsbdc.org)Free…

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Publisher Perspectives: Should Business Leaders in Salem Step into Politics?

Written by Jonathan Castro Monroy on Oct. 16th, 2023

In Salem's commercial heart, a pressing conversation intensifies: Should our city's business visionaries navigate the intricate maze of politics? Particularly now, as both our city of Salem and the broader state stand influenced by a progressive majority. While these leaders bring forth passionate ideals, there's a palpable sentiment suggesting that the g

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