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SPECIAL SECTION November 21
2019 Holiday Gift & Event Guide
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SPORTS December 5
Celts look to build on last season’s success
Although they weren’t able to send an athlete to state, both of McNary’s boys and girls swim teams finished with a 5-2 record in dual meets last season. And with the majority of kids coming back on each squad, head coach Casey Lewin believes that this could be a a big year for the Celtics program.
SPORTS December 5
Rios establishes himself as a top recruit
McNary linebacker Dyami Rios has taken unofficial visits to four Pac-12 schools so far this fall.
FIRE November 30
KFD welcomes new assistant to station
Last month, Keizer Fire District (KFD) introduced the newest member of its team, LUCAS; a chest compression system to assist in calls involving CPR.
COMMUNITY November 30
Dramatic changes proposed at KLL Park
Members of the Keizer Little League Park Long Term Planning Task Force met Thursday, Nov. 21, for the final time, and the potential changes discussed included moving all non-tournament Keizer Little League and McNary Youth Baseball (MYB) games to weeknights while reserving weekends for tournaments organized by for-profit groups.
COMMUNITY November 30
City council to hold hearing on rent burdens
Residents can show up at the meeting, at 7 p.m. at the Keizer Civic Center, and sign up to talk about how rent burdens have affected them and what solutions might be pursued.
COMMUNITY November 29
Growth benchmarks could come to fruition
At the planning Commission meeting Wednesday, Nov 13, Community Development Director Nate Brown unveiled what the benchmarks will be.
SPORTS November 29
Luscomb earns first-team status for Celts
SPORTS November 29
McNary girls basketball preview: Celtics set to reload for 2019-20 season
The Celtics will have a challenging non-league schedule for the second straight season, but head coach Elizabeth Doran has lofty goals for this team once they get into their conference slate.
COMMUNITY November 29
Dramatic changes proposed at KLL Park
Members of the Keizer Little League Park Long Term Planning Task Force met Thursday, Nov. 21, for the final time, and the potential changes discussed included moving all non-tournament Keizer Little League and McNary Youth Baseball (MYB) games to weeknights while reserving weekends for tournaments organized by for-profit groups.
SPORTS November 29
McNary student headed to Junior World Cup
Last month, Titus was notified by the Junior Roller Derby Association (JRDA) that she has been selected to compete for Team USA at the Junior Roller Derby World Cup in Saskatchewan, Canada.
COLUMN November 28
Holiday shopping, meet small business
The day after Black Friday is Small Business Saturday. Some may consider it a frivolous event, but that is not true for the many small brick and mortar retailers, not just in Keizer but across the nation.
COLUMN November 28
Arboretum honors one man
A long-time Rotarian, Wilbur Bluhm is the city’s unofficial tree expert and historian. Several years ago he personally trod the streets of Keizer doing an inventory of all the city’s trees—all 241 species.
COLUMN November 27
Greg Frank, 1957-2019
Frank, a former chief of the Keizer Fire District and a community leader, sadly passed away on Nov. 5 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. He may have departed this mortal coil but his legacy will outlive him.
OBITUARY November 27
Dale Arnold Niccolson
October 6, 1931 – November 18, 2019
OBITUARY November 27
Julia Hilda Shrout
July 4, 1924 – November 19, 2019 Celebration of life on Dec. 7
OBITUARY November 27
Nelson ‘Mac’ McLoud
March 16, 1922 – November 14, 2019 Celebration of life on Nov. 30.
SPORTS November 26
Volcanoes out? Up to MLB
If the MLB's new proposal comes to fruition, the Volcanoes would lose their affiliation with the San Francisco Giants and be forced to play as an independent organization — that is, if they continue to maintain operations.
NEWS November 25
Bonaventure sets Stuff the Bus Toy Drive in Dec.
Toy drive accompanies the effort at Keizer Station retirement community.
NEWS November 24
Getting to know our neighbors
Reporter Lauren Murphy has been visiting Keizer’s retirement communities with the purpose of getting to know some of our seniors, the lives they’ve lived and what they are up to now.
COMMUNITY November 23
KNOW gift tags now hanging around town
Annual effort strives to reach 250 local families in need.
NEWS November 23
Former fire chief passes
Greg Frank was a fire chief, Keizer First Citizen, past president of the Rotary Club of Keizer and local businessman.
OBITUARY November 22
LaDonna L. Savedra (Bach)
May 6, 1944 - Nov. 1, 2019 Celebration of Life on November 30.
NEWS November 22
Warren blows past pack in Keizer campaign giving
President Donald Trump lead in local giving during the first half of the year, but Democratic donors are opening their wallets as field narrows.
COMMUNITY November 22
KT on vacation
Brock Wyer and Ivy Parker in Great Lakes Ill.
NEWS November 22
In-N-Out traffic plans begin to crystallize
Conversations with city bring potential traffic plans into focus. Stacking on Keizer Station Boulevard, in Volcanoes Stadium are both possibilities.
SPORTS November 22
Barker and Walling take home top honors
The McNary football squad had 15 players receive all-league recognition.
NEWS November 22
4 major tournaments headed to KLL park
Cherry City Baseball Club and West Coast Premier (WCP) will bring four two-day tournaments to Keizer Little League Park with the hopes of attracting a variety of teams throughout the Pacific Northwest
NEWS November 22
City’s ADU standards take spotlight again at planning commission
Planning Commission brings city regs into alignment with statewide changes, sets new square footage cap.
NEWS November 21
K9 tracks fleeing suspect to riverbank
Lynnwood, Wash., man led cops on a two-mile chase Nov. 13.
NEWS November 21
Services for MHS junior planned
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