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CLARIFICATION

In the story, Personnel policy authority unchanged, it was printed that City Attorney Shannon Johnson would retire on Feb. 28. The story omitted the complete date: February 28, 2024.

Chief stresses prevention

John Teague, who will retire as Keizer’s police chief Sept. 30, is known for focusing on crime prevention and strict adherence to procedure.

Teague started his police career along with eight others at the Keizer Police Department in 1989. He stayed with the department until April 2009, when he became the police chief of Dallas. He returned as the Keizer chief in April 2009 and has been here since.

SKPS Board discuss SROs on campus

With talk about bringing SROs back to campus growing, SKPS introduced the Safe and Welcoming School Committee to examine what is needed for both physical and psychological safety of students.

Martinez takes first, Lady Celts 8th at Lady Dragon

Ali Martinez brought home another tournament win as the McNary Lady Celtics had a top-10 finish at the Lady Dragon Invitational on Saturday at Dallas High School. 

McNary finished eighth in the 51-school tournament, the largest girls tournament in the state.