Day: February 4, 2011

Four who have impact

Last Saturday night Keizer put aside talk about chickens, cell phones and big buildings and turned its attention to honoring what makes Keizer work—its people. Each year the Keizer Chamber of Commerce holds a banquet and bestows...

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Give chickens a chance, group pleads

By JASON COX Of the Keizertimes The plight of urban chickens in Keizer got a little brighter Monday night, as the Keizer City Council opted to further study the issue. At a Monday, Jan. 31 work session councilors signaled...

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Celts take sixth in Reser tourney

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes Good news, and great results all around, make it difficult to pick a starting point when talking about the past week on the McNary wrestling program. The Celts started out with a 64-12 win in...

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City is no place for chickens

By ERIN F. LEE I was disappointed to read that the Keizer City Council will consider allowing chickens in residential neighborhoods. I know first-hand that this is not a good idea. Two years ago, my neighbors had illegal...

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