PORTLAND— The Oregon Health Authority reported Thursday two more people died of COVID-19, raising the state’s death toll from 19 to 21.
POLK COUNTY — The Oregon Department of Justice is cautioning Oregonians about “fraudsters lurking in the shadows” attempting to scam people during the coronavirus pandemic.
POLK COUNTY - On Tuesday, the Oregon Health Authority reported 84 new cases in Oregon. Eighteen people have died, all of them 60 or older.
POLK COUNTY - Effective Tuesday, the Salem Area Mass Transit District is suspending its local and regional service until further notice in response to COVID-19.
PORTLAND — The Oregon Health Authority reported three more COVID-19-related deaths in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 16 on March 30.
POLK COUNTY - The Oregon Schools Activities Association sent out a press release today regarding further information on the status of the spri…
PORTLAND — Oregon Gov. Kate Brown on Monday banned on-site consumption of food and drink at restaurants and bars, a 180-degree turn from indic…
SALEM – Gov. Kate Brown will not order the closure or curfews of bars and restaurants to slow the spread of coronavirus.
DALLAS — Mezcal Sports Bar, next door to Ixtapa in Dallas, opened on Aug. 30, 2019, just in time for football season to begin.
INDEPENDENCE — Work crews have started cleaning up the structure on the corner of Monmouth and Second streets.
- Monmouth Dutch Bros. employee tests positive for COVID-19
- WOU student tests positive for COVID-19
- Officers to help with prescriptions
- Eagle sells IO to Scott Olson
- Dallas, Falls City declare emergencies
- Community responds to mask-making call
- Starting Thursday, Salem Health will distribute kits to make masks for nurses and other care providers
- Polk County Health investigating COVID-19 case
- Harper Lee McDonald
- Cherriots temporarily suspends service in response to COVID-19
- OHA reports 2 new COVID-19 deaths, 90 new cases
- OSAA adheres to Gov. Brown's school closure orders
- ODJ Warns Oregonians of Potential COVID-19 Scams
- COVID-19 plan on staying healthy
- Dallas to adopt housing needs analysis on second try
- Everett hired as CHS football coach
- DSD submits Student Investment Account application
- Dallas Schools may face fiscal challenge in 2020-21