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Located in the center of the Willamette Valley alongside the Willamette River, it is estimated that the Willamette Valley area has been inhabited for over 10,000 years. The Native Americans who originally inhabited Salem, the Kalapuyans called the area Chemeketa, which means "meeting or resting place. " The state of Oregon is the largest employer in the city, with Salem Hospital as the largest private employer.

Population: 154510
Local Newspapers: Statesman Journal
Local Sports Teams: Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (Single A Beaseball)
Local Colleges: Willamette University

Zip Codes associated with salem, oregon: 97301 97302 97303 97304 97305 97306
Towns/Cities near salem, oregon : Four Corners Keizer Haysville Silverton Eola Aurnsville

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PHOTOS: Solar eclipse makes its way across US

The solar eclipse as seen from an Alaska Airlines commercial jet at 40,000 feet above the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Depoe Bay, Oregon the-solar-eclipse-as-seen-from-an-alaska-airlines-commercial-jet-at-40,000-feet-above-the-pacific-ocean-off-the-coast-of-depoe-bay,-oregon Griffin O'Roak watches the rising sun with his homemade eclipse viewer at a gathering of eclipse viewers in Salem, Oregon griffin-o'roak-watches-the-rising-sun-with-his-homemade-eclipse-viewer-at-a-gathering-of-eclipse-viewers-in-salem,-oregon Ivanka Trump, first lady Melania Trump, President Donald Trump, and their son Barron Trump view the solar eclipse at the White House ivanka-trump,-first-lady-melania-trump,-president-donald-trump,-and-their-son-barron-trump-view-the-solar-eclipse-at-the-white-house Jonathan Billing, Mary Ludwig, and Emily Ludwig, watch the solar eclipse from the roof of their vehicle in ... (more)

Three years of preparation, two minutes of totality. For this eclipse scientist, it's all worth it

Jay Pasachoff, a professor of astronomy at Williams College, has seen 66 eclipses -- including 34 total eclipses. Jay Pasachoff, a professor of astronomy at Williams College, has seen 66 eclipses -- including 34 total eclipses.

videoThe moon cloaks the sun, and a nation gapes in awe

The United States basked in the glory of a total eclipse Monday, as the moon's shadow swept from the rocky beaches of Oregon to the marshes of South Carolina. Over an hour and a half, along a 100-km-wide ribbon of land, in tiny towns like Glendo, Wyoming, and metropolises like Nashville, Tennessee, on dirt roads and superhighways, in modest yards and grand national parks, coastal lowlands and high mountains, the world appeared to hush for a few minutes as the moon stood up to the sun, perfectly blocking its fierce light except for the corona, the halo of hot gas that surrounds it.

Bay Area, nation unite - briefly - to share eclipse

As the sun, moon and Earth briefly aligned on Monday, casting a dark shadow across the nation, a wide corridor of America came together to share the mystery and splendor. Those directly along the path of "totality" - from portions of Oregon to South Carolina, where the sun was completely blocked - witnessed an eerie and beautiful twilight.

Eclipse watchers: 'Really, really, really awesome'

Lee Cooper, from England, wears his protective glasses to watch the beginning of the solar eclipse from Salem, Ore., Monday, Aug. 21, 2017. Lee Cooper, from England, wears his protective glasses to watch the beginning of the solar eclipse from Salem, Ore., Monday, Aug. 21, 2017.

Historic eclipse turns day into night across the US

In this Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017 photo, people gather at the Symbiosis Gathering in Ochoco State Forest in Oregon to prepare for Monday's total solar eclipse. The temporary city built from the dust in the path of eclipse totality is home for a week to about 30,000 people.

The Latest: Zoo lets fans see animals' reactions to eclipse

Spectators line up to watch the solar eclipse at the Oregon State Fairgrounds in Salem, Oregon on August 21, 2017. Spectators line up to watch the solar eclipse at the Oregon State Fairgrounds in Salem, Oregon on August 21, 2017.

The Latest: Clear skies predicted for most of eclipse path

Forecasters say it looks like a big chunk of the nation on the path of the total eclipse will get clear viewing for the sky show. National Weather Service meteorologist Patrick Burke says about 70 percent of the area on the 70-mile path stretching from Oregon to South Carolina is likely to have clear skies when the moon moves in front of the sun.

Portland and Salem are ready for the solar eclipse

The Great American Eclipse will start just after 9 a.m. in Portland and along much of the Interstate 5 corridor Monday. And in Salem and the Willamette Valley, weather forecasts predict eclipse chasers will get some of the best seats in the state as the area experiences 100 percent totality starting just before 10:20 a.m. The Oregonian/OregonLive's Grant Butler and Mark Graves are on the ground in the state's capital city.

Solar eclipse 2017: Sorry folks but 'surya grahan' won't be visible in India

While the United States will witness the solar eclipse at 10.19 am in Salem, Oregon, it will be 10.50 pm in India While the world's excited that the United States will be witnessing a total eclipse for the first time in 99 years, India, while excited, won't get to witness the celestial occurrence. The United Kingdom may see a partial eclipse, but because India is so many time zones away, it'll be close to 11 pm when the total eclipse is observed in the United States of America.

Great American Eclipse: Everything you need to know

The Great American Eclipse is nearly upon us! Around the country, people have been getting into position for the view of a lifetime. Follow along here to catch all the action.

Solar eclipse 2017: The first place to see the darkness

Solar eclipse 2017: The first place to see the darkness Yaquina Head lighthouse gets the eclipse seconds before Newport, Ore. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2xgR5zh The Yaquina Head lighthouse is the first place to see the Total Solar Eclipse in the continental United States.

Mitsubishi has big plans for the Total Solar Eclipse, and with good reason

Here's one more way to see the upcoming total solar eclipse, because a little cross-promotion never hurt anyone. Here's one more way to see the upcoming total solar eclipse, because a little cross-promotion never hurt anyone.

Traffic still moving as solar eclipse approaches

This Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017 photo provided by the Oregon State Police shows the crowd at the Big Summit Eclipse 2017 event near Prineville, Ore. The full solar eclipse will happen Monday, Aug. 21, 2017.

Eclipse eve: Millions converge across US to see sun go dark

In this Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017 photo, people gather at the Symbiosis Gathering in Ochoco State Forest in Oregon to prepare for Monday's total solar eclipse. The temporary city built from the dust in the path of eclipse totality is home for a week to about 30,000 people.

States prepare for massive influx of eclipse visitors

Days before a rare solar eclipse crosses the United States, state governments in its path are preparing to handle hundreds of thousands of visitors. People are expected to flock to remote regions of the country for pristine views of the eclipse, activating emergency operation centers ordinarily reserved for storms, snow and forest fires.

North America to Witness Total Solar Eclipse on August 21, Informs NASA

Mumbai, August 20: All of the North America will witness a solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, on Monday, informed National Aeronautics and Space Administration . This total solar eclipse can be seen by anyone within the path of totality.

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