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NEWS November 13
New, familiar faces join city advisory groups
Recent appointments to city committees and task forces announced.
SCHOOLS November 12
Share ideas for increasing student success in SPKS
School district wants ideas for reaching targeted population with $35 million in Student Success Act funding.
Community November 11
Deals for Veterans
Here's a list of deals from local businesses to say thank you to our veterans
OBIT November 11
Louise Irene Boucher
October 29, 1933 – October 21, 2019
OBIT November 11
Alice Abshire Jeffers
September 21, 1931 – October 19, 2019
NEWS November 11
Poetry in spotlight at Chemeketa
Chemeketa hosting the final Poetry in Performance 2019 event Nov. 17.
NEWS November 10
Cuffed in Keizer Oct. 25 -Nov. 2
Mugshots and prior records of some of those arrested in Keizer last week.
NEWS November 9
Bethell gets early endorsement for county commissioner bid
Keizer Chamber executive director, school board rep will run for county seat.
NEWS November 9
Second Keizer woman joins race for Congress
OBITUARY November 8
Dr. Vernon Casterline April 13, 1917 - Oct. 16, 2019
Keizer resident Dr. Vernon Dale Casterline passed away on Oct. 16 at age 102.
NEWS November 8
City will add new employee to cover community center
Part-time staffing has created additional hurdles, but sustained revenues at the civic center and the tourism taxes will cover the new expense.
NEWS November 8
Cause of McNary Oaks home fire still unknown
Property owner had to move quickly to restore water and electric after the blaze.
NEWS November 8
GoFundMe started for boy in bike accident
Kai-Orn Ellertson is still in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle on River Road North.
NEWS November 8
What to expect when you are expecting In-N-Out
Anything, everything, maybe even nothing
NEWS November 8
Police calls: Oct. 28 - Oct. 30
A partial round-up of police activity from the past week.
COMMUNITY November 8
Capitol exhibit is memorial to Holocaust survivors, liberators
Displays of WWII military memorabilia are on display alongside testimonies from Holocaust survivors and liberators.
SPORTS November 7
Howard wins prestigous military award
Minor League Baseball (MiLB) announced that Jerry Howard of the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes is the recipient of the fourth annual Charles K. Murphy Patriot Award. Howard will receive the award at the Baseball Winter Meetings Banquet on Sunday, Dec. 8, at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront.
SPORTS November 7
Claggett Creek falls short in championship game
The Panthers fell to Parrish by a score of 28-16 in the Salem-Keizer Middle School Championship on Wednesday, Oct. 30.
SCHOOLS November 7
Whiteaker greenlit for summer construction
Whiteaker Middle School will receive a new gym floor, a general classroom transformed into a science lab and other improvements next summer.
SPORTS November 6
Celts set to take on Sherwood
McNary will face off against the Bowmen on Friday night at 7 p.m.
SPORTS November 6
Back-2-Back: McNary claims second straight league title
It is the first time since 1998 that McNary has repeated as league champions.
NEWS November 3
City charter review kicks off Nov. 5
Committee will look at removal of anti-LGBTQ+ language and updates for the first time in years.
NEWS November 2
Cuffed in Keizer
Mugshots form arrests in Keizer the week of Oct. 21.
NEWS November 1
Alleged burglar bitten by K9 while fleeing
Two arrested after alleged theft of firearms from Keizer residence.
NEWS November 1
Witnesses sought in hit-and-run near Keizer Station
Blind woman was struck by vehicle near shopping center on Oct. 25
NEWS November 1
Inside the response to an alleged threat at MHS.
A minute-by-minute account of KPD response to a potential threat at McNary High School.
November 1
MCFD1 eyes new levy
District wants to add staff to meet rising demand
OPINION November 1
Reckoning with our inaction
Moments of Lucidity: an occasional column by the managing editor of the Keizertimes.
COMMUNITY November 1
Hometown News: Airman Antonio Garibay
McNary grad graduates from basic training.
COMMUNITY November 1
Celtics serve dinner at St. Ed’s
High school's culinary classes prepped 120 pounds of meatloaf, 30 gallons of gravy.
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