Woodburn, Oregon

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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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(band) Hole in 1989. Formation and early years (1987-1991) Babes in Toyland formed in 1987, after frontwoman Kat Bjelland met drummer Lori Barbero at a friend's barbecue. Originally from Woodburn, Oregon and a former resident of San Francisco


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, Oregon Salem . 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). ref name "

; Cooley immigrated to Oregon in 1845, and Bonney established his land claim in 1849. Ducharme's land was sold off in 1862 in a foreclosure sale, with Mt. Angel (Mt. Angel, Oregon) farmer George Settlemier purchase the on the cheap. Settlemier had traveled west over the Oregon Trail in 1849 and first settled in California before moving north to Oregon in 1850. Corning, Howard M. (1989) ''Dictionary

in Woodburn (Woodburn, Oregon). After its intersection with OR 99E, a short segment (about 2 miles) of Oregon Route 214 connects OR 211 with Interstate 5 (Interstate 5 (Oregon)). Childhood Bjelland was born in Salem, Oregon and grew up in nearby Woodburn (Woodburn, Oregon). Her mother was Lynne Irene Higginbotham; her father was Lyle Bjelland. Bjelland's parents divorced when she was young, and she referred to her stepmother in later years as "abusive" ref name


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College (now Point Loma Nazarene University) in southern California, where she also worked as a lifeguard.


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Formation and early years (1987-1991) Babes in Toyland formed in 1987, after frontwoman Kat Bjelland met drummer Lori


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0D10F2CADB4B24C0 date April 16, 1996 work The Oregonian She returned to Oregon and earned her degree in education from Oregon State University in 1961, where she was on the basketball, field hockey, and rowing (rowing (sport)) teams. Following her graduation, she taught reading, music, and high school physical education for eight years at schools in Woodburn (Woodburn, Oregon), Gervais (Gervais, Oregon), and Portland (Portland, Oregon). '''WinCo Foods''' is an employee-owned (employee-owned corporation) supermarket business headquartered in Boise, Idaho. WinCo previously operated stores as Waremart Food Centers and Cub Foods before a decision by employees to change the name to WinCo Foods occurred in 1999. As of 2012, WinCo operates 82 stores in six Western states and employees over 13,000 people. The company also owns four distribution centers in Woodburn, Oregon, Myrtle Creek, Oregon, Modesto, California and Boise, Idaho. '''Oregon Route 211''' is a state highway which runs through part of the northeastern portion of Oregon's (Oregon) Willamette Valley. Its northeastern terminus is its intersection with U.S. Route 26 (U.S. Route 26 (Oregon)) in Sandy (Sandy, Oregon), a small town on the outskirts of the Portland (Portland, Oregon) metro area. It runs south and west, through farmland and forest, to its southwestern terminus with OR 99E (Oregon Route 99E) in Woodburn (Woodburn, Oregon). After its intersection with OR 99E, a short segment (about 2 miles) of Oregon Route 214 connects OR 211 with Interstate 5 (Interstate 5 (Oregon)). Childhood Bjelland was born in Salem, Oregon and grew up in nearby Woodburn (Woodburn, Oregon). Her mother was Lynne Irene Higginbotham; her father was Lyle Bjelland. Bjelland's parents divorced when she was young, and she referred to her stepmother in later years as "abusive" Apriam, Lisa Rose. ''Not Bad for a Girl'' Documentary (1995). and having a great effect on her life. In the documentary, ''Not Bad for a Girl'' (1995), Bjelland revealed this: * '''April 19''': Students from various Denver high schools and middle schools walked out of class and marched to the capitol.


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;prc" 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). History


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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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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.

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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