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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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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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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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Navigating the Fiscal Tapestry: An In-depth Look into Marion County’s 2023-24 Property Tax Roll

Written by Wyatt Jones on Oct. 16th, 2023

Navigating through the cascading figures and percentages of property values, Marion County, situated in the vibrant heart of Oregon, emerges with the unveiling of its 2023-24 Property Tax Roll. Certified by Assessor Tom Rohlfing on October 4th and subsequently distributed to property owners on October 13th, the information shrouded within these tax statem

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The President’s Pen: Salem Takes Flight

Written by Jesse Lippold Peone III on Oct. 12th, 2023

In a pivotal moment for Salem, Avelo Airlines inaugurated its first commercial flight from Salem this month, marking the city's re-emergence into the aviation sector since the early 2000s. Not merely a cost-effective and convenient option, the revival of commercial flights symbolizes a maturing community and reflects the Salem Community’s collective amb

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From the Desk of Commissioner Danielle Bethell

Written by Danielle Bethell on Sep. 20th, 2023

If you would have asked me five years ago where I’d be working today, I likely would have said “here”, at the time, I was the Executive Director of the Keizer Chamber of Commerce.  Boy, I sure loved that job.  I thought there was no other place to be for someone whose love language is ‘service to others’.  But here I am today serving…

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Salem Airport will have Commercial Flights beginning in October

Written by Luis Ramirez on Aug. 24th, 2023

Commercial flights will soon make their way back to the Salem Municipal Airport (SLE) for the first time since 2008.

Avelo Airlines will be operating out of McNary Field and will be offering nonstop service from Salem to Las Vegas and Burbank, Calif., which is located in Los Angeles County.

Beginning on October 5, Avelo will operate two non-stop flight…

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Salem Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Awards Showcases the Growing Community

Written by Luis Ramirez on Jul. 10th, 2023

Several businesses were honored at the Salem Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Awards.

One of the highlights of the event was the Salem Capitals being named the New Business of the Year after a successful foray into professional sports. 

The Capitals are a local professional basketball team in the TBL (The Basketball League) and recently wr…

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