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NEWS July 19
Attempts to quash newsletter fly in the face of Oregon laws
A Wildwood Villa resident's attempts to distribute a newsletter in the manufactured home park are met with resistance, but the manager's response conflicts with Oregon law.
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COMMUNITY July 19
KPD Foot Pursuit supports Olympians
On Saturday, July 27, the KPD will be hosting their first ever 5K foot pursuit, a community run/walk event in pursuit of funding and awareness for the Special Olympics of Marion County.
NEWS July 19
Charter review group will grow by 2
The city council voted to expand a city charter review committee by two positions after running into controversy when a woman working to attain citizenship applied and was denied.
NEWS July 19
Change in Keizer Station plans seen as wheel-greaser
Tribal owners granted request to change allowable uses.
COMMUNITY July 19
Chainsaws fire up at story pole
Carving of the first of two story poles is underway at the Keizer Civic Center.
COMMUNITY July 19
Richardson celebrated for community stewardship
A man with decades of dedication to Keizer parks was named Volunteer of the Quarter.
NEWS July 19
Entries sought for 45th Parallel film festival
NEWS July 19
Police calls: July 8 – July 14
The weekly round-up of police activity.
COMMUNITY July 19
Countryside VBS begins Aug. 4
COMMUNITY July 19
OPVA car show in Salem July 27
OPINION July 19
We went to the moon
COMMUNITY July 19
NW BBQ fest at Willow Lake this weekend
COMMUNITY July 19
Art Assoc. art contest deadline approaching
SPORTS July 19
KLL squad makes state tourney run
The Keizer Little League Intermediate 50/70 13U team fell just short of a trip to regionals as they took second place at the state tournament July 6-9 in Portland.
OPINION July 19
Here’s your sign
OPINION July 19
Will Demos fight Trump or each other?
OPINION July 19
When do we start seeing the ‘best people’?
EVENTS July 19
Calendar for July 19, 2019
SPORTS July 18
Holiday easily outswims Cambridge in dual meet
In one of their final tuneups before the All-City meet, the Holiday Swim Club defeated Cambridge 405-186 in a dual meet on Thursday, July 11.
SPORTS July 17
Hops take two out of three from Volcanoes
Salem-Keizer is still battling for first place in the Northwest League South as the first half of the season wraps up.
NEWS July 12
Keizer’s citizenship question
City council re-examines who should, shouldn’t serve on committees
NEWS July 12
City employee hailed as hero
Brad Beverly was taking a meter reading when a call for medical assistance came in over his radio at a home nearby.
NEWS July 12
Chamber inducts new president
Jonathan Thompson is stepping into the shoes of Bob Shackleford.
NEWS July 12
Police calls: July 1 – July 8
The weekly round-up of police activity.
COMMUNITY July 12
Scoot Salem brings two-wheeled fun
An event started by local scooter enthusiasts is growing and on the move supporting local business.
COMMUNITY July 12
Reknown photographer to visit the Keizer Cultural Center
Bill Leach will visit the Keizer Cultural Center July 24.
NEWS July 12
Youth councilor ends service
Anne Farris looks back on her nine months as Keizer's youth councilor and offers suggestions on how the role could be improved.
NEWS July 11
Arrest made in vehicle fire near teens' memorial
Police have arrested a Salem man in connection with incident on June 27.
COMMUNITY July 11
Hunt for love in ‘As You Like It’
For the eighth straight summer, Keizer Homegrown Theater continues their tradition of Shakespeare in the Park with their rendition of the romantic comedy 'As You Like It'.
FIRE July 11
KFD battles brush fire
When Keizer Fire District arrived at the Wallace House Park at 8:29 a.m., firefighters found large piles of trees and limbs burning that had been washed up by flood waters over time. Access was extremely difficult due to overgrown trails and there was no way to drive brush trucks down to the fire.
SPORTS July 11
Martinez earns All-American status
Martinez got the opportunity to play in the 12-U USA Softball All-American Games at the National Softball Hall of Fame Complex in Oklahoma City, Okla., which took place June 8-10. She was one of only six players from Oregon selected to compete in the 12-U age bracket.
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