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Woodburn boys, girls basketball comes up short against Philomath

Woodburn boys, girls basketball comes up short against Philomath

January 15, 2022 Woodburn Independent - Sports Tanner Russ
The Woodburn girls fell to the Warriors 50-29; the boys lost a gritty game 60-49.
Kennedy wrestlers picked up wins at Dayton Invitational

Kennedy wrestlers picked up wins at Dayton Invitational

January 14, 2022 Woodburn Independent - Sports Tanner Russ
Alex Geschwill earned third place in the 120-pound division, going 3-1 with a pair of pinfall victories.

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Opinion

My view: Oregon, counties should settle timber issues collectively

My view: Oregon, counties should settle timber issues collectively

December 28, 2021 Woodburn Independent - Opinion Lew Frederick
Litigation sets up winners and losers; negotiations can benefit all sides of this issue.
Herman: State should invest in caregiving workforce

Herman: State should invest in caregiving workforce

December 27, 2021 Woodburn Independent - Opinion Miki Herman
Miki Herman of Northeast Portland is the interim chief executive officer at Portland's Albertina Kerr Centers.

Features

An unusual educator with a mountain of experience

An unusual educator with a mountain of experience

January 06, 2022 Woodburn Independent - Features Jillian Daley
There is nothing 'typical' about North Marion High School teacher Michael Stewart.
Visit to a middle school classroom

Visit to a middle school classroom

December 18, 2021 Woodburn Independent - Features Jillian Daley
'I really didn't know the meaning of school, and now I do,' robotics student says.
  • Mariachi at the Schnitzer

    Mariachi at the Schnitzer

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn High School band had a memorable trip to Portland on Wednesday, Dec. 15.
  • Visit to an intermediate school class

    Visit to an intermediate school class

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Cause and effect lessons in an intermediate school class setting at North Marion
  • Building a school feature

    Building a school feature

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn High School woodshop class built some sturdy picnic tables this past semester that will be used at the school
  • Back in-person, students access lessons in new ways

    Back in-person, students access lessons in new ways

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    In one North Marion High School classroom, dynamic lessons include some singing and math Jeopardy!
  • Clogging with confidence

    Clogging with confidence

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Area dance students express delight in clogging while also helping out a community service
  • Longtime community leader

    Longtime community leader

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    One of the newest NMSD board members has also served on city councils in Wilsonville and Aurora
  • 'I'd give it a 10'

    'I'd give it a 10'

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Supportive classroom environments have been veritable assets this fall with students returning after a long hiatus
  • Advocate for equity

    Advocate for equity

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Bill Graupp is among this year's 'new' North Marion School District board members
  • Centenarian plus six

    Centenarian plus six

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Lucile Chapelle of Woodburn celebrated her 106th birthday at Cascade Park Retirement Village
  • New faces on the board

    New faces on the board

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Veteran of the U.S. Air Force is among several new North Marion School District board members
  • NMSD celebrates its principals

    NMSD celebrates its principals

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    North Marion School District took October's designation as National Principals Month to heart
  • WHS to stage Noel Coward's 'Blithe Spirit'

    WHS to stage Noel Coward's 'Blithe Spirit'

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn High School Theatre thrilled to re-open auditorium doors for the first time pre-pandemic days
  • Published!

    Published!

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    A half-dozen Woodburn High School Students are among those to be published in this year's Writers in the Schools Literary Arts Anthology
  • Running free again

    Running free again

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Beloved annual fun run returns to North Marion School District after last year's hiatus.
  • Pumpkin and petting delights

    Pumpkin and petting delights

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    After a hiatus year, the Gervais FFA welcomed hosting its annual pumpkin patch on Friday, Oct. 15
  • Hubbard bistro grand opening slated

    Hubbard bistro grand opening slated

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Downtown Hubbard establishment inspired by a family business operated in Woodburn in the 80's called La Petite Deli
  • Celebrating Hispanic Heritage

    Celebrating Hispanic Heritage

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Rain couldn't dampen the spirit of Woodburn's cultural celebration Saturday
  • Olivia Quinn Casey

    Olivia Quinn Casey

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    A Woodburn couple, Jerry and Diane Henderson, became the proud grandparents
  • Connecting community with resources

    Connecting community with resources

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    The fifth year of Woodburn's Community Connection Day had two firsts: a Kids Fest addition and a Legion Park hosting.
  • Making a milestone

    Making a milestone

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Jerry and Diane Henderson of Woodburn reach their golden anniversary on Sept. 11, 2021.
  • A night out on the town

    A night out on the town

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    City of Aurora hosted a casual community celebration Saturday with meals, music and merriment.
  • Fiesta spins a colorful city block party

    Fiesta spins a colorful city block party

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn's annual Fiesta Mexicana marked first weekend in August as region eases out of pandemic doldrums.
  • Fleshing out the Metropolis

    Fleshing out the Metropolis

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Several new eateries and more expected have Woodburn's Metropolis hopping; open house slated for new diner, bistro bar.
  • Llamas loved at luau

    Llamas loved at luau

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Silver Creek Senior Living Community hosts its sixth annual Llama Luau with therapy animals from Mtn. Peaks Therapy

Wheels

Nokian launches new line of all-weather, all-terrain tires for pickups and SUVs

Nokian launches new line of all-weather, all-terrain tires for pickups and SUVs

January 17, 2022 Jeff Zurschmeide
The Outpost AT and APT lines are suitable for driving in restricted Oregon winter conditions.
All-new 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross: Small SUV, big success

All-new 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross: Small SUV, big success

January 15, 2022 Jeff Zurschmeide
Think of the company's newest crossover as a quality entry-level SUV with available all-wheel-drive.

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