Day: April 5, 2012

They made a library

It started as a children’s reading library in the old city hall.  The Reading Connection moved into the Keizer Heritage Center when it opened in the late 1990s.  Now the Keizer Community Library is enjoying its life in its...

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To the Editor: Freedom for many is an empty word. It is meaningless, since they lack understanding of its definition. However, it is not for others. They understand its definition: the quality or state of being free as the...

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Community communications

By CATHY CLARK Lyndon Zaitz’s editorial last week (Keizertimes, March 30) talked about expanding how we can connect with our local government. I appreciate the chance to share some of the things we have been doing as a city...

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Supreme Court politics

By SUSAN ESTRICH As was clear in last week’s arguments on the constitutionality of the health care reform law, today’s Supreme Court is as political as any institution in Washington. It was not always so. I don’t mean that this...

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