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SPECIAL SECTION November 21
2019 Holiday Gift & Event Guide
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COMMUNITY December 8
Drop off Santa letters at civic center
Deadline is Dec. 12 to get a letter back postmarked from the North Pole.
COMMUNITY December 8
Chemeketa tops in online business mgmt. degrees
Chemeketa lands No. 1 spot in return-on-investment ranking.
COMMUNITY December 7
Turkey dashing
Photos from the Keizer Chamber of Commerce's annual Turkey Dash.
COMMUNITY December 7
KT on Vaction
Steve and Jacki Wolf took their Keizertimes to London on a trip to celebrate their 35th anniversary. The Tower Bridge is in the background.
COMMUNITY December 7
Councilors serve up Thanksgiving dinner
Monthly dinner draws nearly 500 the day before Thanksgiving
COMMUNITY December 6
Santa choppers into stadium
The Bearded One flies into Volcanoes Stadium and is greeted by hundreds of kids eager to share their Christmas wishes.
NEWS December 6
Rent discussion ends in whimper
A number of issues tie the city's hands, but councilors opt to continue conversations.
NEWS December 6
Council nixes plans to upsize accessory dwelling units
Council keeps size restrictions on accessory dwelling units despite planning commission recommendation to allow larger units.
NEWS December 6
Keizer police plan push to prevent theft of presents
KPD plans a variety of ways to deter package theft in Keizer, but they need residents' help in reaching their goal.
NEWS December 6
Flipping the switch
Keizer Chamber lights up Keizer Christmas tree with some help from two lucky kids.
NEWS December 6
Pipe bursts sparking downpour inside MHS
Water temporarily floods a stairwell, but clean-up was mercifully simple.
NEWS December 6
‘Double-Double’ traffic will snake through stadium lot
With final hurdles clear at the city level, In-N-Out can now open whenever it chooses.
COMMUNITY December 6
Toy Swap at Faith Lutheran Saturday
Recycle and upcycle old toys at event hosted by Faith Lutheran Church.
SPORTS December 6
NOW PLAYING: ‘Christmas show for grown-ups'
Traditionally, Keizer Homegrown Theater has family-friendly productions fill up the majority of their season. However, Linda Baker, who is the founder of the theater and director of the show, decided to go in a different direction for the final program of the year.
NEWS December 6
Cuffed in Keizer: Nov. 18 - Nov. 30
Mugshots and more about some of the recent arrests in Keizer.
COMMUNITY December 6
Former KAA director featured in Tualatin
Sharon George Diebal lands a featured spot at the Tualatin library.
NEWS December 6
Police calls: Nov. 25 - Dec. 2
The weekly round-up of police activity in Keizer.
SPORTS December 6
Volcanoes set to take part in Latin outreach program in 2020
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.
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