Author: Lyndon Zaitz

Use cuts to create jobs

Ten years ago a presidential candidate said if elected he would cut taxes for the middle class and for the wealthy.  The middle class would benefit in two ways:  they would have more money in their pay evenlopes, and jobs would...

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Adopt-a-decoration

The Keizer Chamber of Commerce and the City of Keizer have done a good job over the years overseeing the holiday lights that adorn poles up and down River Road. Due to budget constraints this year the city had to cut money that...

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Privacy vs. safety

Flying has been a hassle for a while now, what with full planes, delays and crowded airports.  To make matters worse the Transportation SecurityAdministraiton (TSA) has made their mission personal.  Really personal. If  a flyer...

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Even during hard times

We’re thankful that we live in a community where citizens help others, even during hard times. Keizerites have always been generous to their fellow man when it comes to feeding the hungry or providing winter coats to the cold...

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The off-season

The next few months will be a good time for all vested parties to start formulating a real plan for making Keizer a sports tournament town. The idea has been kicking around for a few years.  Keizer Youth Sports Association...

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