Woodburn, Oregon

What is Woodburn, Oregon known for?


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, Bjelland had moved to Minneapolis to form a band. Taylor, Steve. '''A to X of Alternative Music'''. ''Continuum International Publishing Group''. 2006. Over the following months, Bjelland convinced Barbero to play drums and formed Babes in Toyland in winter 1987. In its initial formation in 1987


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by Oregon native Kat Bjelland (lead vocals (singing) and guitar (electric guitar)), with Lori Barbero (drums (Drum kit)) and Michelle Leon (bass (Bass guitar)), who was later replaced by Maureen Herman in 1992. Courtney Love — a close friend and former bandmate of Bjelland when the two lived in Portland (Woodburn, Oregon) and San Francisco (San Francisco, California) - had a very brief stint in the band in 1987 as a bass player, before being kicked out and forming Hole (Hole (band)) in 1989. * '''April 19''': Students from various Denver high schools and middle schools walked out of class and marched to the capitol.


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. KPCN-LP is a low power (LPFM) community radio station owned and operated by Oregon's largest farmworker union, los Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN). The station was built by volunteers from Woodburn and around the country in August 2006 at the tenth Prometheus Radio Project barnraising. KPCN broadcasts music, news, and public affairs to listeners in Spanish and several indigenous Latin American languages. It transmits


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Youth Authority , MacLaren Correctional Facility, to the Oregon State Correctional Institution, Oregon Department of Corrections. Early life Darlene Kay Olson was born


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. KPCN-LP is a low power (LPFM) community radio station owned and operated by Oregon's largest farmworker union, los Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN). The station was built by volunteers from Woodburn and around the country in August 2006 at the tenth Prometheus Radio Project barnraising. KPCN broadcasts music, news, and public affairs to listeners in Spanish and several indigenous Latin American languages. It transmits


oil series

the importance of the new bicultural relationship with the increased Hispanic population in the area. Sports The Woodburn Dragstrip is a 1 4-mile National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) dragstrip that annually hosts an event on the NHRA Lucas Oil Series. west of Woodburn on Oregon Highway


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and Sports School, the Woodburn Academy of Art, Science and Technology, the Academy of International Studies at Woodburn, and the Woodburn Arts and Communications Academy. Woodburn Success High School is the district's alternative high school, serving grades 7–12.


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occasionally produces plays by Miracle Theater. La Fiesta Mexicana is the most important Hispanic event in the area. Each fiesta should include a queen; Francisca Gonzalez was the first selected to received this honor in the first fiesta in 1964. It was a one-day event that was held in downtown Woodburn. Forty-five years later, the event grew more popular and now it currently lasts close to a week. One of the main reasons this event happened was that the ranchers and merchants recognized


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* '''April 19''': Students from various Denver high schools and middle schools walked out of class and marched to the capitol.


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and Sports School, the Woodburn Academy of Art, Science and Technology, the Academy of International Studies at Woodburn, and the Woodburn Arts and Communications Academy. Woodburn Success High School is the district's alternative high school, serving grades 7–12. * '''April 19''': Students from various Denver high schools and middle schools walked out of class and marched to the capitol.

Woodburn, Oregon

'''Woodburn''' is a city in Marion County (Marion County, Oregon), Oregon, United States. Incorporated in 1889, the community had been platted in 1871 after the arrival of the railroad. The city is located in the northern end of the Willamette Valley along Interstate 5 (Interstate 5 in Oregon) between Portland (Portland, Oregon) and Salem (Salem, Oregon). Oregon routes 211 (Oregon Route 211), 214 (Oregon Route 214), 219 (Oregon Route 219), and 99E (Oregon Route 99E) also serve the city, as do Union Pacific and Willamette Valley Railway freight rail lines.

Woodburn is part of the Salem Metropolitan Statistical Area, and with a population of 24,080 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), it is the third most populous in that metropolitan area after Salem and Keizer (Keizer, Oregon). Those who identify as Hispanic or Latino make up a majority of the population in the city. The Woodburn area also has a significant population of Russian Orthodox Old Believers (Old Believers).

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