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SPORTS May. 24
Softball sends 4 to MVC all-conference first team
McNary softball had four named to the first team and two more on the second.
SPORTS May. 24
Martinez and McNary grand in first round win
Thanks to an Ali Martinez grand slam and seven runs in the first inning, the McNary Celtics cruised to a 13-3 win against Grants Pass in the first round of the 6A softball playoffs on Monday. The game was a rematch from March 15, the second game of the season for the Celtics, in which they lost 4-3. McNary will host North Medford on Wednesday.
SPORTS May. 23
7 Celtics named to MVC baseball first and second teams
The Mountain Valley Conference named it's all-conference teams for baseball. Trevor Ratliff and Cooper Cripe represent McNary on the first team, while five more Celtics made second team and two more honorable mentions.
BOOK REVIEW May. 23
Book review: "Every Cloak Rolled in Blood"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "Every Cloak Rolled in Blood" by James Lee Burke.
NEWS May. 23
Police calls May 8 - May 15
NEWS May. 23
Blood drive at St. Edward Catholic Church on May 26
Appointments available for the public
OPINION May. 22
Library campaign begins
COMMUNITY May. 22
CASA holds fundraiser
CASA of Marion County held its first in-person fundraiser on Saturday, May 14, raising more than $50,000.
OPINION May. 21
Moon Knight Review
T.J. Reid Leaves his review of Moon Knight.
COMMUNITY May. 21
2022 Percey Auction raises $20k
The 1980s was the theme of the 2022 Percey Auction, that raised money for the Keizer Network of Women’s (KNOW) Christmas Basket program. The event, held Thursday, May 12, at the Best Western Premier Keizer/Salem Hotel, raised over $20,000 for the program.
SPORTS May. 20
A fish tale with a feel good ending
COMMUNITY May. 20
We all scream for ice cream
Dennis Roeper is passing ownership of Keizer Ice Cream to Richard Vasquez.
NEWS May. 20
City leaders review budget for new fiscal year
This year's meeting required two sessions
NEWS May. 20
City still considering new turf fields
A work group has been tasked to make a recommendation to the council
NEWS May. 19
Irises slow to bloom, but Schreiner's is open
A cool and wet winter and spring delay blooming of iries
May. 19
Keizer Library book sale begins Friday May 20th
The sale will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, May 20 and Saturday, May 21, at the Keizer Civic Center.
NEWS May. 19
Voters to decide on library fee
City Council votes 5-2 for a ballot measure
NEWS May. 19
Election results are in for Marion County
Votes are still being counted, but most races have been called
NEWS May. 19
Big Toy at Keizer Rapids Park closed through June 30
Regular maintenance on the popular park feature will require seven weeks to complete.
NEWS May. 19
Sheriff's gear stolen during break-in
SWAT gear stolen from an officer's personal vehicle prompts an investigation by Marion County Sheriff Joe Kast.
NEWS May. 19
Kohler files for second city council term
City Councilor Dan Kohler announced that he will file to run for a second term in November.
SPORTS May. 18
Capitals split 2 on Cali roadtrip
The Salem Capitals went 1-1 over the weekend. On Saturday they defeated the Bakersfield Magic 81-77. Sunday, they lost to the Sea-Kings 128-90.
NEWS May. 18
Chuck Lee Memorial Scholarship for Hope recipients
Three McNary students honored
NEWS May. 18
NW Keizer gets its own neighborhood association
First meeting on Wednesday, May 18
SPORTS May. 18
Celtics celebrate at West Salem
McNary shut out West Salem on the road Tuesday. The 7-0 win brings their record to 19-5, 10-2 in league play. Ali Martinez and Ellie Martin homered in the game for the Celtics.
NEWS May. 18
Preliminary election results indicate big wins for Mannix, Thatcher
Marion County releases preliminary election results for 2022 primary
NEWS May. 17
Mayor Clark announces reelection bid
Mayor Cathy Clark announced her decision to run for reelection this November.
NEWS May. 16
Police calls May 1 - May 8
SPORTS May. 16
Oregon Sports Hall of Fame announces 2022 class
The Oregon Sports Hall of Fame will induct eight new members on July 31 at Key Bank Club at Providence Park. This year’s inductees are the 2004, 2008 and 2012 Oregon Tech men’s basketball teams, Dennis Erickson, Dave Gasser, Fred Jones, Terry Durham, Felicia Ragland, Becky Sisley and Connie Madigan.
OPINION May. 15
Doctor Strange hits the box office
T.J. Reid leaves his review of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
COMMUNITY May. 14
Keizer's volunteer library manager retires after three years
Now that she has retired, Vicki Brammeier plans to spend more time with her family, walk her dog more, catch up on quilting and go on trips with her husband, Jon.
NEWS May. 13
Mayor holds annual prayer breakfast at city hall
The catered event at city hall featured 12 guest speakers and a musical benediction.
FIRE May. 13
KFD hosts car seat clinic
Keizer Fire District hosted its first car seat clinic in two years. Volunteer technicians from seven organizations assisted in installing car seats and answering questions. KFD plans to hold monthly clinics.
NEWS May. 13
Keizer Police seize thousands in stolen golfing gear
Nearly $7,000 in stolen merchandise was recently seized by Keizer Police and returned to owners.
NEWS May. 13
Scuttlebut takes first in Chihuaha 500
Local business leaders, friends and families gathered May 6 in Keizer for the very first "Chihuaha 500"
COMMUNITY May. 13
McNary Theatre Arts set to bring the magic with PUFFS
McNary Theatre Arts' spring play, PUFFS, is a comedic retelling of the events from the Harry Potter series from the Hufflepuffs point of view. The show runs from May 18-21 with shows each night at 7 p.m.
FreeNEWS May. 12
Local candidates Husseman, Navarro release statement concerning recent vandalism
SPORTS May. 12
Mavericks League season opener rained out
The Mavericks League was set to open play tonight, but this evening's game between the Volcanoes and Mavericks has been postponed.
FreeNEWS May. 12
UPDATE: Oregon Right to Life office target of break-in, vandalism
Investigators release photos of suspect vehicle.
SPORTS May. 12
Ebner HR powers Celtics to win over South Salem
McNary softball came away with a 3-2 win powered by Heather Ebner's fifth inning two-run home run. The Celtics are now 8-0 in the MVC, ranked No. 2 in the 6A classification by OSAA and tied at the top of the conference with Bend.
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