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Breakfast time with Santa at fire hall

Families and others gathered at the Keizer Fire District’s Chemawa Road fire hall for the annual Santa Breakfast, organized by the Keizer Volunteer Firefighters Association. Attendees enjoyed pancakes, eggs, sausage as well as coffee and orange juice. Members of the association cooked breakfast, served beverages and cleared tables set up[Read More…]

Hundreds of families receive KNOW baskets

Almost 300 families in need received deliveries of food baskets and wrapped gifts from the Keizer Chamber of Commerce’s Keizer Network of Women (KNOW), on Saturday morning, Dec. 9. Dozens of cars lined up to load boxes and gifts at the Chamber’s Santa Central—LIons Club Auditorium —on Cherry Ave. NE[Read More…]

Public Funding Hearing

All are welcome to a public funding hearing being held at the Robert L Simon Council Chambers at Keizer City Hall on Dec. 18 at 7 p.m.

Public Lien Hearing

All are welcome to a public hearing held by the Keizer City Council on Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. at Keizer City Hall at 930 Chemawa Rd. NE.

Hannukah and how it is celebrated

Hannukah started at sunset Thursday, Dec. 7. The Jewish holiday ends on Friday, Dec. 15.  By MADI LIETZ Of the Keizertimes Every year Hanukkah has a different date as Jews follow a Lunar Calendar, mostly Hanukkah falls in December. However observant a Jew may be, people celebrate Hanukkah in traditional[Read More…]

Review shows most Oregonians keeping benefits

Renewal data from the OHA shows that, for those who have undergone an eligibility review, 85% of OHP users will retain their current medical plan and benefits following the end of federal funding for COVID-19. 

Council divided over service fees

With a full bench, the Keizer City Council met on Dec. 4 to vote on several resolutions for the Keizer Holiday Parade and Keizer Rapids turf fields though, one subject appeared to create tension and divide them: how to add new service fees.