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SCHOOLS January 23
McNary among highest grad rates in district
The Celtics are blazing a trail in graduation rates within the Salem-Keizer School District and blowing past state averages.
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COMMUNITY January 25
Keizer library hosting Holocaust Days of Remembrance display
COMMUNITY January 25
Salem library moves to Broadway
OPINION January 25
Donna M. Strobel
NEWS January 24
Little League Park’s future still muddled
Task force recommends seeking long-term lease but wants city to take over if a suitable fit isn't found.
NEWS January 24
Cuffed in Keizer
Mugshots and more regarding recent arrestees.
COMMUNITY January 24
'He got caught'
Sangster named First Citizen and other honors from a night of glitz and glamour.
COMMUNITY January 24
Wildcat science night
Kennedy Elementary School hosted a Science Night Thursday, Jan. 16. Students got a hands-on chance to play with a variety of science experiments.
SPORTS January 24
Celts come away with two dual wins at Oregon Classic
At one of the biggest tournaments in the state, the McNary wrestling team made their way into the championship bracket at the Oregon Classic in Redmond on Jan.17-18, picking up dual victories against David Douglas and Cleveland
NEWS January 23
Police calls: Jan. 8 - Jan. 20
A round-up of recent police activity at the Keizer Police Department.
COMMUNITY January 23
Police scanner Tuesday, Jan. 14 - Sunday, Jan. 19
SPORTS January 22
McNary shocks West Salem in MVC thriller
The Celtics erased a 17-point second half deficit to beat West Salem 64-63 in the Mountain Valley Conference opener on Friday, Jan. 17.
SPORTS January 22
Shorthanded Celts fall to West Salem in league opener
COMMUNITY January 22
Beacons shine a light on youth sports
The purpose of the Salem-Keizer High School Sports Booster Club — otherwise known as the Salem-Keizer Beacons — is to help offset the cost of participation fees by providing athletes with scholarships to play their favorite sport.
NEWS January 21
Keizer may pursue different kind of UGB expansion
Employment land expansion would aim to lift Keizer’s abysmal job-to-household ratio.
NEWS January 20
Amid dissent, Salem development gets school tax exemption
Two board members, Jesse Lippold and Paul Kyllo, voted against the exemption. They have contended that all businesses in that area should be taxed the same.
NEWS January 20
Cuffed in Keizer
Mugshots and criminal histories of some of the suspects arrested recently in Keizer.
COMMUNITY January 20
Tuesday, Jan. 21 city council agenda
COMMUNITY January 19
KT on vacation
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COMMUNITY January 18
KT on vacation
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COMMUNITY January 18
Traffic court
OPINION January 18
The danger in fewer regulations
(Gene H. McIntyre lives in Keizer and shares his opinion frequently in the Keizertimes.)
OPINION January 18
MLK's passion for justice was not synonymous with defeating an enemy
OPINION January 18
Future not so rosy
Publisher Lyndon Ziatz shares his opinion on the grim outlook from the city council work session.
COMMUNITY January 18
A year later, St. Monica's is home to 11 families, 16 kids
St. Monica Apartments provide low-income housing for single mothers with young children. Since they open in 2018 they have provided homes for 11 families with children ranging from 1 to 8 years old.
COMMUNITY January 17
Keizer author at community library
Christel Jonge Vos will read from her books and answer questions tonight (Friday, Jan. 17) at the Keizer Community Library.
NEWS January 17
Traffic troubles: Police do what they can, 'problems’ are frequently in the eye of beholder
“The problems tend to be from about 5 percent of drivers who will keep doing the same things no matter how many tickets we give them,” said Lt. Trevor Wenning.
NEWS January 17
Charter Review Committee: How much council crime is too much?
Committee debates the inclusion of "misdemeanors" among other language in the city's founding document.
NEWS January 17
Traffic troubles: Residents see speed, enforcement as the problem
Throughout 2019, concerns over neighborhood speeds were raised throughout the city. Two presidents of neighborhood associations want their groups to be the first stop.
SPORTS January 17
Fourth quarter rally puts McNary over the edge
The Celtics erased a 10-point fourth quarter deficit to defeat Forest Grove 58-57 on Friday, Jan. 10.
NEWS January 17
Police calls: Jan. 1 - Jan. 8
The weekly round-up of police activities
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