In the final game of the regular season, the MdNary boys basketball team defeated the South Salem Saxons by a score of 67-52, for an overall record of 14-10, leading them to the 6A basketball state championships on Saturday, Feb. 27, against the Skyhawks at Beaverton’s Southridge High School. Tip[Read More…]
There aren’t many things worse than unintentionally sliding on the ice.
You know it’s going to happen before it does, and that makes it worse. You slip, recombobulate, whirl your arms and adjust, them boom, down you go anyhow. Slipping on ice is not fun, never mind driving on it – unless, of course your ride doesn’t glide on gasoline. Unless, as in the new book “Four Thousand Paws” by Lee Morgan, it runs on salmon and dog chow.
By LYNDON ZAITZ of the Keizertimes Photos by Steve Schnurbusdch for the Keizertimes In the second to last game of the season both McNary basketball teams fell to the Titans at West Salem on Tuesday, Feb. 20. The boys lost 53-72, though Steve Adams had 15 points and six rebounds.[Read More…]
The Gervais City Council fired Police Chief Mark Chase during a special meeting held on Tuesday, Feb. 20.
The Mountain West conference, composed of southwestern states from New Mexico to California, celebrated its 25th season by unveiling its all-time best team, with former McNary swim star Amber Boucher being chosen.
Several dozen cancer survivors, their families and supporters of Kickin’ Cancer, gathered for a dinner on Saturday, Feb. 10, to celebrate those who have passed on and those who survived their journey.
First Oregon was too small. Then, she outgrew America. Now, Kelly Walther has gone global and has renamed her Keizer-based business Grant Services Global.
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After eight years of service, City Councilor Laura Reid has announced she will not seek a third-term on the Keizer City Council as Francisco Saldivar announced his candidacy for the position
Eight McNary Celtic boy wrestlers have qualified for the OSAA state championships in Portland starting Thursday, Feb. 22, at Veterans Memorial Stadium. Derek Jones was the Central Valley Conference champion in the 113 pound weight class at the district finals held at McNary. Joining Jones at the state tournament are[Read More…]