Woodburn teachers declare impasse and prepare for strike, in wake of dozens of resignations
Teachers in the Woodburn School District are one step closer to a potential strike after months of bargaining with no new contract in sight.
Student death in Woodburn prompts leadership plan to create safer routes to school
The Woodburn High School community is mourning the loss of a student who died earlier this month after he was struck by a train on his walk to school. Woodburn’s superintendent is trying to find ways to make a popular walking route more safe.
Oregon House candidate sues Woodburn massage parlor for inappropriate sexual contact
Anthony Medina says a masseuse at the spa propositioned him in February. He is suing to shut the business down.
Return to school brings mix of feelings in one Oregon school district
Schools across the country have been back in session for more than a month now. While students and staff are eager to be back to normal, attending school in-person this fall has been anything but.
New partnership aims to connect Latino high schoolers to college life
The Liberation Scholars program uses the humanities to show underrepresented students they belong in college just as much as everyone else.
Placed on administrative leave, Woodburn schools superintendent threatens lawsuit
The Woodburn superintendent filed a tort claim notice against the school board.
Woodburn's New Mural Showcases City's Diversity And History
Muralist Hector H. Hernandez's work on the side of the Woodburn Independent newspaper building highlights the tremendous diversity and storied history of the city between Portland and Salem.
Live From Woodburn High
Oregon has the fourth lowest graduation rate in the country, but Woodburn High has exceeded the state average by double digits for two years in a row.